Romeo and Juliet Character quotes

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Romeo - Love, Conflict
"O brawling love, O loving hate"
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Romeo - Fate
"O, I am fortune's fool!"
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Romeo - Conflict
"Fire eyed fury be my conduct now"
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Romeo - Fate
"He hath the steerage of my course"
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Romeo - Love, Light imagery
"She doth teach the torches to burn bright"
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Romeo - Love, Light imagery, conflict
"Arise, fair sun, and kill the envious moon"
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Romeo - Love
"I still will stay with thee, and never...depart again"
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Romeo - Reputation, irony
"Verona brags of him, to be a virtuous and well-governed youth"
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Juliet - Love, Conflict
"My only love, sprung from my only hate"
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Juliet - Love, Conflict, Fate
"Wherefore art thou Romeo?"
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Juliet - Age, Love, Conflict
"too rash, too unadvised...too like the lightning"
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Juliet/Romeo - Fate, Love, Conflict, Fate
"The fearful passage of their death-mark'd love"
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Juliet - Love
"I will do it without fear or doubt, to live an unstained life with my sweet love"
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Juliet/Conflict - Marriage, Age
"still a stranger to the world"
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Juliet/Capulet - Fate, Marriage, Conflict
"too soon marred are those so early made"
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Juliet - Fate, Death, Love
"my grave is like to be my wedding bed"
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Juliet - Innocence, Cunningness
Repented her "disobedient opposition", "self-willed harlotry"
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The Nurse - Motherly love
"go girl, seek happy nights to happy days"
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The Nurse - Death, Motherly love
"O woeful, woeful, woeful day!...most woeful day"
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The Nurse - Sex
"Lovers can see to do their amorous rights"
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The Nurse - Desertion, Conflict,
"I think it best you marry the county...Romeo's a dishclout to him"
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The Nurse - Love, Conflict, Fate
"The only son of your great enemy"
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Lady C -Marriage, Desertion
"I have done with thee"
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Lady C - Marriage
"Sudden day of Joy" "Joyful bride"
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Lady C - Marriage, Wealth
Thinks of Paris as a "precious book" that J will be the "cover" that this "unbound lover" lacks
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Lady C - Mother, orders
"Nurse, where's my daughter? Call her forth to me"
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Friar - Love
"Young men's love then lies, not in their in hearts but in their eyes"
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Friar - Love, Romeo
Calls Romeo's love for Rosaline "doting" instead of "loving"
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Friar- Contrasting imagery
"day/night", "vile/good", "mother and womb/grave and tomb"
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Friar - Marriage, Love, Irony
"For this alliance may so happy prove"
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Friar - Fate, Love, Conflict
"These violent delights have violent ends"
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Friar - Love, Conflict
"Wisely and slow, they stumble that run fast"
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Friar - Love, Death, Conflict
"A greater power that we can contradict ...our intents"
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Paris - Love
"Little talked of love"
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Paris - Patriarchal Society, Marriage
"Thy face is mine and thou hast slandered it"
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Paris - Love, Marriage, Patriarchal Society
"Happily met, my lady and my wife"
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Paris/Lady C - Love, Marriage
"The valiant Paris seeks you for his love"
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Paris - Love, Self - centred
"And doth it give me such a sight as this ?"
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Paris - Society, Marriage
"My father Capulet...I am nothing slow to slack his haste"
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Capulet/Juliet - Patriarchal Society
"Hang thee...baggage...dishonourable wretch!"
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Capulet/Paris - Marriage
"We have not had time to make our daughter"
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Capulet/Juliet - Patriarchal society, disobedience
"I will give you to my friend"
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Capulet/Juliet - Patriarchal society, Irony
"She the hopeful lady of my earth"
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Capulet - Death, Marriage, Fate, Irony
"death is my son in law" "we were born to die"
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Capulet - Patriarchal society, orders
"Go you to her", "Bid her", "Prepare her"
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Mercutio/Romeo - Friendship, Love
"Now art thou sociable, now art thou Romeo!"
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Mercutio - Joker
"hide her face, for her fan's her fairer face"
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Mercutio - Sex, Love
"...through lovers brains, and then they dream of love"
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Mercutio - Love, Conflict, Fate
"if love be rough with you, be rough with love"
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Mercutio - Conflict
"make it a word and a blow"
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Mercutio - Conflict, Death
"You will find me a grave man"
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Mercutio - Conflict, Fate, Irony, Love
"A plague O' both your houses!"
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Mercutio - Conflict
"Dishonourable, vile submission!...Tybalt, you rat catcher, will you walk?"
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"O, I am fortune's fool!"


Romeo - Fate

Card 3


"Fire eyed fury be my conduct now"


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Card 4


"He hath the steerage of my course"


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Card 5


"She doth teach the torches to burn bright"


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