english romeo and juliet

Main things prologue shows about play and quotations to show this.
'both alike in dignity' Montagues and capulets have same social standing. 'ancient grudge break to new mutiny' argument back. 'Doth with their death bury their parents strife' death ended fued.'star-crossed lovers' 'death -marked love'
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Quote to show Capulets being offended by Montagues
'Do you bite your thumb at me sir?' 'I do bite my thumb sir'
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Quote to show Montagues are fearful of capulets?
'Is the law of our side if I say 'Ay'?' 'No'
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Quote to show Benvolio to be a 'peacemaker'?
'Put your swords up. you know not what you do.' 'I do but keep the peace'
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Benvolios first line?
'Part, fools!/ Put up your swords. You know not what you do'
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Quote to show Lord Capulet wanting to get involved with fight, and Lady Caplet telling him not to.
'Give me my long sword, ho!' 'a crutch! Why you call for a sword?'
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Quote to show hatred for the Lords of the families.
'Old Montague is come/ And flourishes his blade is spite of me.' 'Thou villain Capulet!' 'Thou shalt not stir one foot to seek a foe.'
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Quote to show lack of communication between younger and elder generation?
'Where is Romeo?'
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Quote to show Benvolio trying to make Romeo forget about Rosiline
'Examine other beauties.' 'Forget to think of her'
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Quote to show Capulet telling Paris too early marriage is bad.
'too soon marred are those so early made'
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Quote to show all of Capulets children apart from Juliet died?
'Earth hath swallowed up all my hopes but she' 'say' and 'stay' ends this scene in a rhyming couplet.
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Quote to show lady capulet doesnt feel comfortable talking to her daughter and that she believes she is ready to be wed?
'Nurse give leave a while. we must talk in secret./ Nurse, come back again.' 'pretty age'
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Quote to show Juliet doesnt want to get married
'it is an honour that I dream not of'
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Quote to show Mercutio trying to encourage Romeo to forget about LOVE
'***** love for *****ing and you beat love down'
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Quote to show Romeo talkign about love beign all pathetic
'Is love a tender thing? It is too rough,/too boisterous, and it pricks like a thorn'
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Quotes from Queen mab speech
'that dreamers often lie.' 'moonshines' magical. ''when maidens lie on their backs'
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Quote to show Romeo proving mercutio's point about love, and shutting him up.
'Peace, pease Mercutio, peace!/ Thou talkest of nothing.
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Quote to show Romeo thinks something bad is going to happen and that he isn't in control of his own fate?
'Some consequence, yet hanging in the stars, Shall bitterly begin his fearful date.' 'He that hath the steerage of my course/ Direct my sail1'
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Quote when Romeo first meets Juliet
'bright' 'For i ne're saw a true beauty till this night.'
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Quote to show Tybalt angry when he sees romeo at party
'by the stock and honour of my kin, To strike him dead I hold it not a sin'
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quote to show Capulet telling tybalt not to fight Romeo in his house
'Here in my house do him disparagement'
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Juliets quote when she first meets Romeo
'Good pilgrim/. . .for saints have hands that pilgrims' hands do touch'
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Quote to show that juliet really loves romeo
'My grave is like to be my wedding bed!' I'll die unmarried if i cant marry him 'Or, if thou wilt not, be but sworn my love, ' And i'll no longer be a capulet' 'That which we call a rose/. . .would smell just as sweet.'
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Quotes Romeo uses to describe juliet?
'fairest stars in all the heaven' 'brightness' 'stars' heaven' 'silver-sweet' 'bright angel'
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Quote to show Juliet to be mature?
'Dst thou love me? 'inconsistant moon'
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Quote to show Friar annoyed with Romeo
'Not truely in their hearts, but in their eyes'
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Frairs justification of marriage?
'For this alliance may so happy prove/ to turn your households rancour to pure love
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Bawdy line from Mercutio
'for the bawdy hand of the dial is now upon the ***** of noon.
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Quote to show nurse approves of Romeo, physically
'his face be better than any man's, yet his leg excels all men's'
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Quote to show sex orientated Juliet after tybalts death
'bating in my cheeks''cut him out in little stars/ and he will make the face of heaven so fine' 'i am sold, not yet enjoyed.' 'can heaven be so envious'
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Words used by Juliet to describe romeo badly and when she gets annoyed at nurse
'serpent' 'flowering face' 'tyrant' 'fiend' 'blistered be thy toung'
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Quote from Friar to show romeos lucky
'thou pouts upon thy fortune and thy love'
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Quoute to show bad side of Capulte
'she will be ruled in all repects by me' 'we scarce thought us blest/that god lent us but this one child. . .we have a curse in having her'
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Quote to show Capulets being offended by Montagues

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'Do you bite your thumb at me sir?' 'I do bite my thumb sir'

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Quote to show Montagues are fearful of capulets?

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Quote to show Benvolio to be a 'peacemaker'?

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Benvolios first line?

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