Romeo and Juliet
By: Renee Moreman
"Out of her favor where I am in love."(I.i.173) Romeo was talking about how this girl didn't love him and he was depressed because of it.
"Can I go forward when my heart is here?"(II.i.15) Romeo has already fallen in love with Juliet within one night of "being in love" with another girl.
"There is no world without Verona walls"(III.iii.18) Romeo was just given news that he was banished from Verona and he was freaking out about not being with Juliet and not knowing a world outside of Verona.
"Well, think of marriage now." (I.iii.75) Juliet's mother was talking to her about marriage and told her that she needs to go ahead and starting thinking of who she would like to marry.
"This night you shall behold him at our feast." (I.iii.86) Juliet's mother told Juliet that she must talk to Paris and fall in love with him.
"But fettle your fine joints ’gainst Thursday next
To go with Paris to Saint Peter’s Church,
Or I will drag thee on a hurdle thither." (III.v.158-160) Juliet's father is yelling at her to marry Paris and that she will be a disgrace if she does not.
"giving Juliet the vial
Hold, get you gone. Be strong and prosperous
In this resolve. I’ll send a friar with speed To Mantua with my letters to thy lord."(IV.i.124-126) Friar helped Juliet come up with a plan to bring Romeo back.
"I tell thee what: get thee to church o’ Thursday, Or never after look me in the face."(III.v.167-168) Juliet's father threatens that if she does not marry Paris that she is not to come home.
"Tybalt, here slain, whom Romeo’s hand did slay-"(III.i.160) Benvolio states that Romeo has killed Tybalt.
Juliet's mother who first brought up marrying Paris.
Romeo's best friend. He is killed by Tybalt.
Romeo's mother who after Romeo dies, soon dies after.
"From ancient grudge break to new mutiny," (I.i.3) The beginning of the play explains how the family has a had past of feuds and it is still continuing to go on.
"And the continuance of their parents’ rage," (I.i.10) The continuance of the feud goes down through the generations of Capulets and Montagues.
"O brother Montague, give me thy hand." (V.iii. 306) The Capulet and Montague feud finally ended due to the death of their daughter and son.