Romeo:

Character Connection

Act 2, Scene 2

Romeo and Juliet are speaking to each other about one's love until Romeo makes a suggestion "The exchange of thy love's faithful vow for mine." This reveals the event of which Romeo and Juliet tell their vows to one another and get married, This reveals a unique connection between the two lovers as true love.
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Act 3, Scene 1

As Romeo is talking to Benvolio about what is bothering him, he notices there was a fight and says, " This day's black fate on mo days doth depend; This but begins the woe others must end." This reveals the events where Romeo challenges Tybalt to a duel and avenges Mercutio, This connects Romeo to Tybalt and Mercutio because Romeo wishes to fight Tybalt and kill him for killing Mercutio.
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Act 5, Scene 3

While Romeo goes to kill himself for his true love, Paris challenges Romeo to a duel because he thinks he can bring Romeo in to custody, but Romeo declines the challenge and says " good gentle youth, tempt not a desperate man. Fly hence and leave me." This reveals event of where Romeo fights Paris and kills another relative of the Prince, this connects Romeo to Paris because Romeo ended his life
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Theme: Act 5, Scene 3

People should always think before they act. As Romeo stares at Juliet's body his characteristics of a person who is alive buts dismisses the the thought of that and says "O true apothecary! thy drugs are quick. thus with a kiss I die." This proves that Romeo did not think before he acts, as Juliet is not died and if Romeo had thought for a second he would have realized this.
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Josh Cannon


Urbina


English


December 11,2014