Quotes

“So thrive my soul” said by Romeo
[Theme of love] Shows how Romeo is a romantic dreamer and will fight to death for love as the ‘soul’ isn’t often associated with afterlife
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“My bounty is as boundless as the sea, my love as deep” said by Juliet
[Theme of love] The simile is showing Juliet’s love and loyalty to Romeo
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“Bigger women grow by men” said by the nurse to Juliet
[Theme of love] The nurse Shows her motherly figure to Juliet as she warns that she could become pregnant when with a man
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“Gentle Romeo we must have you dance” said by Mercutio
[Theme of love] Despite him knowing the dangers of the ball to Romeo he believes that love isn’t more important
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“You kiss by the book” said by Juliet to Romeo
[Theme of love] This metaphor shows she is falling in love with Romeo
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“My only love sprung from my only hate” said by Juliet about Romeo
[Theme of love] This juxtaposition of the conflicting families and their love brings out the true lobe between the two young lovers
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“Lay me with Juliet” said by Paris
[theme of love] Despite the impression we get from Paris that he just wants to grow his family business he shows his loyalty to Juliet right till death
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“O I am fortunes fool” said by Romeo
[Theme of fate] Romeo realises that now he has killed tybalt there’s no way of a public’s marriage with Juliet
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“A pair of star crossed lovers” said in the prologue
[Theme of fate] Gives the impression that it was written in the stars for it to happen this way
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“These violent delights have violent ends” said by Friar about Romeo And Juliet
[Theme of fate] Despite having warnings throughout the play, fate still kills Romeo And Juliet
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“Well we were born to die” said by capulet
[Theme of death] Highlights that in this society
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“A plague a’ both your houses” said by Mercutio to Tybalt and Romeo
[Theme of death] It gives the idea that death will come to those who deserve it
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“Fetch me my rapier” said by tybalt
[theme of death] Tybalt is not scared of death or even the thought of killing someone else
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“My only love sprung from my only hate” said by Juliet
[Theme of family] She understands she’s can’t marry a montage. The repetition of ‘only’ could highlight she can ‘only’ choose one of the two
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“Proud I can never be of what I hate” said by Juliet to his father
[Theme of family] Shows Juliet’s disobedience and independence To challenge her father in a patriarchal society
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“O happy dagger let me die” said by Juliet
[Theme of death] The oxymoron symbolises her love for Romeo, she wants to be with him no matter what the outcome is
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“What’s in a name?” Said by Juliet
[Theme of family] Juliet considers the outcome of her marriage to Romeo, it could imply that the younger generations of the two families have nothing to hate each other about but have been brought up to hate
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“I hate the word, as I hate hell, all montagues” said by Tybalt
[Theme of family] The repetition of hate depicts Tybalts main trait of conflict which is always directed towards the opposition family
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“Verona brags of him” said by capulet
[Theme of honour] Highlights that capulet recognises the good traits of Romeo- he is honourable And respectable
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“Proud I can never be of what I hate”said by Juliet to her father
[theme of honour] Highlights that Juliet doesnt Caren about her famalies honour, shoes her independence
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“Fetch me My rapier” said by Tybalt
[Theme of honour] Tybalt earns his honour through conflicts
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“I am so vexed” said by nurse
[Theme of conflict] Nurses motherly figure shows when protecting Juliet
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“Vile dishonourable submission” said by Mercutio
[Theme of conflict] Does not like to back down from a fight
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“Romeo away, Be gone!” Said by benvlio
[Theme of conflict] Benvolios inner love is displayed as throughout the play he tries to stop conflict
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“Talk of peace, I hate the word!” Said by Tybalt
[theme of conflict] Tybalt is once again showing his aggression
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“My fingers itch” Said by capulet to his daughter
[theme of conflict] Highlights that capulet can get violent when he doesn’t get his own way
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“Fetch me my rapier” Said by Tybalt
[Theme of conflict] Tyablt is quick to act without thought whenever violence is involved
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“Give me my long sword, ho!” Said by capulet
[theme of conflict] Shows capulets aggression and that he does not act in a fatherly way
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[Theme of love] The simile is showing Juliet’s love and loyalty to Romeo

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“My bounty is as boundless as the sea, my love as deep” said by Juliet

Card 3

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[Theme of love] The nurse Shows her motherly figure to Juliet as she warns that she could become pregnant when with a man

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Card 4

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[Theme of love] Despite him knowing the dangers of the ball to Romeo he believes that love isn’t more important

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Card 5

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[Theme of love] This metaphor shows she is falling in love with Romeo

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