March 3, 2015
Verona Italy- Walking through the valley a young man named as Sampson and another young man named as Abram happen to run into each other. Take note that both of the families despise each other (Capulets and Montagues). Sampson was being rude and bit his thumb up (flipping off) and was saying rude remarks to Abram. The rudeness made a fight break out. There were four dead and many others injured.
Verona Italy- As Romeo arrives to Juliets party, that was for her so she could find a husband that witch he is not invited to, he spots Rosana the girl he thinks he is in love with. He then spots Juliet and automatically falls in love with her and forgets about Rosana. Romeo get noticed by a cousin of Juliet named Tybalt and Tybalt was going to confront romeo but Juliets father reminded him that the prince said that whoever starts a fight ever again will be executed. Romeo and Juliet ended up running into each other, and Romeo ended up seducing her and they kissed.
Editorial: Juliets Action
Death Of Juliet Pt 1
Lady Capulet-Juliets mother
Juliet- In love with Romeo
Nurse- Takes care of Juliet
Tybalt- Juliets cousin
Lady Montague- Romeos mother
Romeo-in love with Juliet
Balthasar-Romeos personal servant
Died Monday at 2:34 p.m. Death due to a stab wound. Killed by Romeo Montague, Tybalt is survived by his Mother, Father, Cousin, and brother. Funeral will be held Friday at 4:00 p.m.
Died Monday at 2:20 p.m. Death due to a stab wound. Killed by Tybalt Capulet. Mercutio is survived by his mother, father, brother, and 2 sisters. Funeral will be held Saturday at 3:30 p.m.
Die Wednesday at 6;00 p.m. Killed herself with a sword. Juliet is survived by her mother, father and nurse. Funeral will be held on Thursday at 1:00 pm.
Died Wednesday at 5;45 pm. Death due to poising himself. Romeo is survived by his mother, father, uncle, and cousin. Funeral will be held Monday at 5:30 pm.
Died Wednesday at 4:30 pm. He is survived by his cousin, the prince. Funeral will be held on Friday at 4:00 pm.
Summary of the play
Advice Column- counting to ten
Against-For; in preparation got
An, and- If
But- only; except
Hence-away; from here
Withal-in addition; notwithstanding