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    Romeo & Juliet Act one, Scene one Questions 1. Who is fighting at the beginning of the first scene? * The servants of both houses (Montagues and Capulets) 2. Benvolio and Montague describe the way Romeo has been acting. What do they have to say about him? * Romeo has been depressed...
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  • Romeo and Juliet Act's Summarised
    Madison Cantrell 3rd Hr Pre-Ap English 1B Romeo and Juliet Scene 1 Act 1, Scene 1: Sampson and Gregory, the servants for the house of Capulet, are walking through the streets of Verona. They both are venting to each other about how they despise the house of Monague, they both wish to have a brawl...
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  • Romeo and Juliet
    Act I Scene i 1. The Capulet servants Sampson and Gregory start a fight with Balthazar and Abraham. Benvolio tried to break up the feud until Tybalt attacks him. 2. Prince Escalus breaks up the feud by threatening everyone with death. 3. Benvolio realizes that Romeo’s problem is that he is love...
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    Romeo and Juliet Summaries Act 1 Scene 1 There’s a fight in thr streets of Verona between the Capulets and the Montague servants Benvolio (Montague) peacemaker Tybalt (Capulet) strong temper instigates the fight Princes Escalus law and order whoever starts another fight in streets of Verona will...
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  • Act 1 Scene1 Romeo and Juliet
    Shakespeare Romeo and Juliet; Act 1 and Act 2 Analysis Act 1 Scene 1 • The setting of the play is in Verona Italy. • The Capulet’s are people that like to start fights and say harsh things to the Montague’s; Example: Sampson: “I won’t eat dirt. If a Montague insults me. I will spit on...
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     - Paul Choi Act 2, Scene 1 STALKERFAN.COM Oh, Juliet. You are so beauty, so that prince of Montague’s falling love with ya. SLAG.COM You’re such a little kid Julie. Don’t trust boys. You gotta know that he dropped a girl once. Act 2, Scene 2 STALKERFAN.COM Romeo, how did you change ur love...
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  • romeo juleit
    In Act 1 Scene 5, Shakespeare presents the relationship between Romeo and Juliet as sacred. This is evident from Romeo's words to Juliet, " If I profane with my unworthiest hand/ This holy shrine, the gentle sin is this". Romeo is comparing Juliet's hand to a holy place which is unworthy to be visited...
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  • Shakespeare Quotes
    Romeo & Juliet - Act Three Notes Scene one Central Developments: 1. This is a pivotal scene in the play. From this point forward the action accelerates toward the catastrophe surrounding the tragedy of Romeo & Juliet’s death. 2. The scene opens with the fateful meeting in the street...
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  • O.C.D
    Juliet is first introduced to us in Act 1 Scene 3, where we learn a lot about Juliet’s character. We know she is a polite, obedient, courteous and pure girl. We can see this in the line where she says: “Madam, I am here. What is your will?” (Act 1 Scene 3 L78). This shows that Juliet is a well-mannered...
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  • Love and Death in Romeo and Juliet
    from the beginning in the play of Romeo and Juliet we are made to think that the play will be based on the tragedy of two ill-fated characters. This is expressed in the Prologue, Act One, "Two households, both alike in dignity, in fair Verona where we lay our scene, from ancient grudge break to new mutiny...
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  • Reno and Juliet
    1 Romeo and Juliet 2 William Shakespeare between 1591 and 1596 3 England 4Romeo- Romeo is the most famous Montague there is. At first he loves Rosaline, but later falls in love with Juliet. Romeo is very fickle when it comes to love and falls quickly in and out of it. Juliet- Juliet is a Capulet...
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  • Romeo and Juliet
    ------------------------------------------------- Act 2, prologue–scene 1 Summary: Act 2, prologue The Chorus delivers another short sonnet describing the new love between Romeo and Juliet: the hatred between the lovers’ families makes it difficult for them to find the time or place to meet and...
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    Ashley Barnes Professor Mitchell Romeo & Juliet Analysis 7 November 2013 What we completed in class: Prologue.  In the Prologue, the chorus briefly describes the entire plot.  "From forth the fatal loins of these two foes/A pair of star crossed lovers take their life" (lines 5-6) this is an...
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    Act 2 Scene 2 is a very famous and touching Scene in Shakespeare’s play ‘Romeo and Juliet’. It shows the romance, affection and danger of Romeo and Juliet’s relationship love which makes the play moving. Romeo and Juliet’s thoughts are shown widely in this scene and, as an audience, we start to see how...
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    GCSE coursework Examine the dramatic effectiveness and significance to the play of Act 2 scene 2 and Act 3 scene 1 of Romeo and Juliet Romeo and Juliet is a tragedy play written early in the career of play writer William Shakespeare, the play is about two young star-crossed lovers whose deaths at...
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    Romeo and Juliet Act 1, Prologue The play begins in Verona, where two families begin an argument, the house of montague and the house of capulet. Act 1, Scene 1  On a street in Verona, , two servants of Capulet, Sampson and Gregory; begin a fight with two servants of Montague, Abram and Balthasar...
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  • Romeo & Juliet Questions All Scenes
    Romeo & Juliet - Act 1 - 5 questions Act 1, Scene 1 Q1. Some background information on Verona; Their are two households, Capulet And Montague, "Both alike in dignity." But their past is of different events, and ancient grudge had caused these two family's to clash, causing havoc and destruction...
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  • explore how shakespeare shows conflict in romeo and juliet act 1 scene 1 act 3 scene 1
    GCSE Globe Education Shakespeare: Romeo and Juliet by Georghia Ellinas and Michael Jones Year 7: Romeo meets Juliet Year 8: What’s in a name? Year 9: Father or Lover? GCSE: The presentation of conflict in Romeo and Juliet Sample units of work using Globe...
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  • Romeo & Juliet Study Notes
    STUDY QUESTIONS FOR ROMEO AND JULIET The following questions should be used to guide you in your reading of the play and to insure that you recognize important parts of the play. As you read independently, try to answer the questions as best you can and plan to come to class seeking the answers you...
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