1) What images of light and fire does Juliet inspire Romeo?
Light, sun Romeo compares Juliet to the sun
2) After exchanging vows of love scene 2, Juliet says, “I have no joy of this contract to-night.” What do you think she means by this?
She think this is happening way to fast
3) What philosophical observations does Friar Lawrence make in Act 2 Scene 3
The friar tells Romeo to slow down and offers a philosophical observation “They stumble that run fast” meaning that Romeo should not rush into this or he will stumble or fall
4) Describe how Romeo and his friends treat the nurse. Would they treat all woman of Verona in the same fashion? Explain.
Mercutio teases the Nurse hinting that she is a harlot or a prostitute, making her very mad. I think Mercutio would make these comments since he is a person who jokes around and will try to get a laugh out of anything.
5) Describe the interview between the nurse and Romeo in Act 2 Scene 4.
The Nurse claims to be too tired, sore, and out of breath
6) Why do you think Shakespeare left the wedding out of the play?
Because it is far less important than the reasons, why they got married and we know when and where the wedding takes place
7) Do you approve of the nurses and friars actions in helping with the secret wedding? Explain why or why not
Yes because if those two got married and a while later they were to reveal it to the two family’s it could end there feud like Friar Lawrence said
1) A metaphor is a direct comparison of unlike things. Find some examples of metaphors in scene 2. What emotions and attitudes do they use to help the young lovers express?
Romeo uses metaphors to refer to how beautiful Juliet looks to him and how he what has to be with her.
2) Imagery refers to language that appeals to the five senses (sight, hearing, touch, taste and smell) and adds emotion and power to the writing. To see how imagery is embedded into the play. Find and list the images of light, dark and fire in scene 2. What is there dramatic purpose?
Romeo begins the scene by using light and dark imagery to compare Juliet’s beauty to the sun. He also compares her eyes to the twinkle in a star.
3) Shakespeare allows his characters to reveal their innermost thoughts and feelings to the audience through speeches called soliloquies by Romeo, Juliet, and Friar Lawrence in act two, What purpose do they serve?
They tell the audience what the character is feeling at that certain moment to get more depth into the story
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