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Romeo and Juliet Scrapbook

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Morgan Reed

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Romeo Montague
Romeo and Juliet
Mercutio
Romeo's friend, the young Petrarchan lover. Mercutio mocks Romeo's vision of love and the poetic devices he uses to express his emotions.
Juliet Capulet
Juliet's first meeting with Romeo propels her to full- force towards adulthood. Though profoundly in love with him, Juliet is able to see and criticize Romeo's rash decisions and his tendency to romanticize things. Eventually Juliet cuts herself loose from her prior social mornings- her nurse, her parents, and her social postion in Verona- in order to try to reunite with Romeo. She wakes in the tomb to find Romeo dead.
By: Morgan Reed
Romeo and Juliet Scrap book

Tybalt Capulet
Benvolio Montague
Friar Lawerence
Nurse
Capulet
Lady Capulet
Montague
Lady Montague
At the beginning of the play Romeo had his mind set on Rosaline. In Act I, end of scene five Romeo noticed Juliet at the Capulet ball. Romeo can not take his eyes off Juliet. Love forces him into enemies garden, risking his life just to get a glimpse of Juliet. Anger compels him to kill his wife's cousin in a reckless dual to avenge the death of his friend. Romeo is then banished. Despire compels him commit suicide upon hearing of Juliet's death.
Romeo and Juliet get married, by Frair Lawerence in his cell. Romeo and Juliet keep their marrage a secret so that their parents do not find out, because Capulet and Lady Capulet want Juliet to marry Paris and only Paris.
Juliet's first cousin, and Romeo's rival. At the Capulets' ball, Tybalt is the first to recognize Romeo through his disguise, and would kill him if not forbidden by his uncle, Lord Capulet. His lust for revenge unsated, Tybalt sends a challenge letter to Romeo for a duel to the death.
Montague's nephew, Romeo's cousin. Benvolio is a peacemaker, and atempting to prevent violence.
He is kind hearted cleric who helps Romeo and Juliet throughout the play. He performs the marriage and give generally good advice, especially in regard to the need of moderation. though Friar Lawrence’s plans all seem well conceived and well intentioned, they serve as the main mechanisms through which the fated tragedy of the play occurs.
She is the personal servent, guardian of Juliet Capulet and has been since Juliet was born. She had a daughter named Susan who died in infancy, and then became a wetnurse to Juliet.
Paris
A kinsmen of the prince, and the suitor of Juliet most preferred by Capulet. Once Capulet has promised he can marry Juliet, he behaves very presumptuous toward her, acting if they already married.
Friar John
Charged by Friar Lawerence with taking the new of Juliet's false death to Romeo in Mantua. Friar John is held up in a quarantined house, and the message never reaches Romeo.
The patriarch of the Capulet family, father of Juliet, husband of Lady Capulet, and enemy for unexplained reasons, of Montague. He truly loves his daughter, though he is not well acquanited with Juliet's thoughts or feelings, and seems to think that what is a "good" match with Paris.
Juliet's mother, Capulet's wife. A women who herself married young, she is eager to see her daughter marry Paris. She is an ineffectual mother, relying on the Nurse for moral and pragmatic support.
Romeo's father, the patriarch of the Montauge clan and bitter enemy of Capulet. At the beginning of the play, he is chiefly concered about Romeo's melancholy.
Romeo's mother, Montague's wife. She dies of grief after Romeo is exiled from Verona.
I picked this picture because Romeo has his eyes set on one thing.. He has a stern and kind of mean look on his face like he is staring at an enemy.
I picked this picture because, Romeo and Juliet are at the Capulet ball and Juliet is just staring into Romeo's eyes.
I choose this picture because it show Romeo and Juliet in the Church when Friar Lawerence married them.
I choose this picture because it shows Mercutio's face and how his face really shows his emotion in some scenes in the movie and play.
I picked this picture because it shows Tybalt looking at the Montagues ride away after they had fought. He has a look like he is disappointed.
I picked this picture because Benvolio is looking at someone like he doesn't want them to start and violence, or do anything they are not espouse to do.
I picked this picture because Friar Lawerence looks like he is looking at Romeo and Juliet when he married them.. He also kind of has a " I hope this plan works" kind of look.
I picked this picture because Friar John looks like he is in what he delivers messages/ letters in. Also he has a face like he listens to where he needs to go and when he needs to get it there.
I picked this picture because it shows the nurse talking to Romeo on the beach. She has a mean type of look on her face because she wants to let Romeo that she is being very serious.

I picked this picture of Paris because he is looking at Romeo talking to Juliet at the Capulet Ball.
This picture decribes how Capulet's face was when Juliet was not taking his orders in the movie.
This picture describes Lady Capulet when Juliet is laying on the ground crying and she is standing next to the door getting ready to go after Capulet.
This picture describes how Montague looks when someone tells him what is going on with the Capulets.
This picture shows that Lady Montague has dis respect towards her son and his friend.
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