Theme of love quotes in Romeo and Juliet QuizSearch

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  • Created on: 13-09-18 19:02
This quote shows Romeo revers Juliet above himself by using religious imagery, and going against patriarchal norms
"This holy shrine... my lips, two blushing pilgrims"- Act 1 Scene 5
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In this quote Juliet teasingly puns at something whilst still continuing on with the extended religious metaphor
"And palm to palm is holy palmer's kiss"- Act 1 Scene 5
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In this quote Juliet says that Romeo lacks originality, however she is still smitten
"You kiss by th'book"- Act 1 Scene 5
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Romeo here argues against Juliet's previous 'punny' quote, resulting in her letting him kiss her
"O, the, dear Saint, let lips do what hands do. They pray..." Act 1 Scene
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This quote makes us question if Romeo really loved Rosaline or not. He presents love in a negative manner
"Under love's heavy burden do I sink" Act 1 Scene 4
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Here Romeo describes love violently, this juxtaposes against his romanticised character
"Is love a tender thing? It is too rough, too rude, too boist'rous and it pricks like thorn"
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In this quote Juliet teasingly puns at something whilst still continuing on with the extended religious metaphor

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"And palm to palm is holy palmer's kiss"- Act 1 Scene 5

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In this quote Juliet says that Romeo lacks originality, however she is still smitten

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Romeo here argues against Juliet's previous 'punny' quote, resulting in her letting him kiss her

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This quote makes us question if Romeo really loved Rosaline or not. He presents love in a negative manner

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