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  • TYBALT
    • HONOUR
      • He is extremely concerned about protecting his family honour.
        • Boy, you shall not excuse the injuries you have caused me.
      • Has a very 'macho-male' attitude.
      • By the stock and honour of my kin, to strike him dead I hold it not a sin.
    • CONFLICT
      • He uses antagonising language to provoke and challenge people
        • 'Thou art a villain.'
          • Villan was a cruel insult during the Elizabethan era, the audience would have understood Tybalt as the evil character based on the use of language
        • Uses emasculating language to belittle his opponents
          • referring to his enemies as 'boy.'
      • Is an antagonistic character who often resorts to violence.
        • 'turn and draw'
          • speaks in imperatives to command his authority
            • Has a very 'macho-male' attitude.
    • FUED
      • Peace? I hate the word. As I hate hell, all Montagues, and thee.
      • He keeps the feud alive by vowing to seek revenge on Romeo
        • This intrusion, now seeming sweet, shall convert to the bitterest gall.
        • Romeo, the love I bear thee bears no better term than this; thou art a villain.
      • HONOUR
        • He is extremely concerned about protecting his family honour.
          • Boy, you shall not excuse the injuries you have caused me.
        • By the stock and honour of my kin, to strike him dead I hold it not a sin.
      • CONFLICT
        • He uses antagonising language to provoke and challenge people
          • 'Thou art a villain.'
            • Villan was a cruel insult during the Elizabethan era, the audience would have understood Tybalt as the evil character based on the use of language
          • Uses emasculating language to belittle his opponents
            • referring to his enemies as 'boy.'
        • Is an antagonistic character who often resorts to violence.
          • 'turn and draw'
            • speaks in imperatives to command his authority

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