Romeo's Quotes

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  • Romeo's Quotes
    • "Out of her favour where I am in love"
      • Unrequited love - Romeo is "in love" with Rosalind but she doesn't love him.
    • "Here's much to do with hate, but much more with love".
      • He says that they are intertwined and they are all linked up. He iis very emotionally driven. Depressed and conflicted.
    • "What lady's that which donth enrich the hand"
      • He says that she is making Paris' hand better.
    • "Did my heart love till now? Forswear it sight! For I never saw true beauty till this night."
      • Romeo suddenly forgets about Rosaline and, even though they are seeing eachother for the first time, he says that he is in love.
    • "Some consequence yet hanging in the stars
      • Romeo blames everytging on fate. He will never take responsibility for his actions.
    • "By some vile forfeit of untimely death."
      • He foresees his own death. Forshadowing is a technique used.
    • "Sin from my lips? O tresspass sweerly urg'd! Give me my sin.
      • They are sinning against God and they know that they shouldn't be having contact without parental consent. They are like Adam and Eve when they ate the forbidden fruit.
    • "Is she a Capulet? O dear account! my life is my foe's debt.
      • He says that he owes his life to Juliet who is his enemy even though they only just met.
    • "It is the east, and Juliet is the sun.
      • "He uses light and dark imagery and compares Juliet to extreme light  which is dangerous. He elevates her above him.
    • "It is my lady, O it is my love"
      • He takes ownership over her and calls her his love
    • "As is a winged messenger of heaven"
      • He says that she is sent from heaven. He is breaking so many boundaries that they are doomed to fail.
    • "Neither, fair maid, if either thee dislike."
      • He submits to her and says "if you like". She has power over hime - aberratin from the heirachy.
    • "I have night's cloack to hide me from their eyes,"
      • He uses light and dark imagery and associates himself with darness.
  • "What lady's that which donth enrich the hand"
    • He says that she is making Paris' hand better.
  • "It is the east, and Juliet is the sun.
    • "He uses light and dark imagery and compares Juliet to extreme light  which is dangerous. He elevates her above him.
  • "It is my lady, O it is my love"
    • He takes ownership over her and calls her his love
  • In Act 2 Scene 4 the challenge and duel are juxtaposed with the tenderness and romance of Romeo and Juliet's wedding.
    • When Romeo refuses to fight Tybalt in Act 3 Scene 1 becuase he is married to Juliet it is an example of dramatic irony because the audience knows about the wedding but all Tybalt hears is that Romeo will "love thee better than thou canst devise,"
    • When Romeo kills Tybalt he again blames what happened on fate and doesn't take any responsibility for it himself "O, I am fortune's fool."
      • For exile hath more terror in is look,Much more than death. Here Romeo is using hyperbole and also goes back to tje theme of he and Juliet applying verything to death.
        • Heaven is where Juliet lives. He takes Juliet and puts her in the position of  God therefore ensuring that he and Juliet's relationship is God- forsaken.

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