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1Romeo and Juliet Act III-V Test Review Test Date: Thursday, April 8
2Literary Terms“Immoderately she weeps for Tybalt’s death, and therefore I have little talked of love, for Venus smiles not in a house of tears.”ALLUSIONAs the household prepares for Juliet’s wedding, she prepares for her “death”.DRAMATIC IRONYRomeo says, “Thus with a kiss I die.”CLIMAXThe deaths of Mercutio and Tybalt.TURNING POINTThe Nurse changes in her beliefs/ideas about Juliet’s marriage to Romeo (type of character)DYNAMIC
3Literary TermsJuliet delivers a long speech about her marriage while she waits alone on their wedding night.SOLILOQUYMercutio says, “Ask for me tomorrow and you shall find me a grave man.”PUNLord Capulet says, “Death lies on her like an untimely frost…”PERSONIFICATION/ SimileRomeo says, “Thus with a kiss I die.”CLIMAXCapulet’s tomb, Balthasar tells the audience that he suspects Romeo’s intentions.ASIDE
4Literary TermsJuliet is angry when she first learns that Romeo has killed Tybalt, saying “Fiend angelical …dove feathered rave …honorable villain.”OXYMORONS Lord Capulet describes Juliet as a “tempest-tossed boat.” Her tears are compared to the salt water of the sea, her body to a boat, etc.CONCEITAt the end of the play, Romeo and Juliet still love each other. Their love, despite causing death, has dissolved the hatred between the two families. A universal idea such as this one (that love conquers all) is called a…THEME“I pray the, good Mercutio, let’s retire. The day is hot, the Capels are abroad, and if we met, we shall not ‘scape a brawl.”FORESHADOWING
5Who Said It?“A plague o’both your houses! They have made worm’s meat of me”MERCUTIO“Stand up, stand up, stand, an you be a man. For Juliet’s sake, rise and stand.”NURSE“There art thou happy. Tybalt would kill thee?FRIAR“More light and light. More dark and dark our woes.”ROMEO“I think it best you married with the county.”
6Who Said It?“I’ll to the friar to know his remedy. If all else fail, my self have power to die.”JULIET“My heart is wondrous light since this same wayward girl is so reclaimed.”LORD CAPULET“My poverty, but not my will, consents.”APOTHECARY“I do not want to hear all your begging and pleading. I intend to take you into custody as the criminal you are.”PARIS“Here’s to my love. O true apothecary! Thy drugs are quick! Thus with a kiss I die.”ROMEO
7Who Said It?“Drunk all and left no friendly drop to help me after?... Thy lips are warm… Oh happy dagger!”JULIET“For never was a story of more woe than this of Juliet and her Romeo.”PRINCE“Why the devil came you between us! I was hurt under your arm."MERCUTIO“Death lies on her like an untimely frost upon the sweetest flower of all the field.”LORD CAPULET“I will be brief, for my short date of breath is not so long as is a tedious tale.”FRIAR
8What Happened?What does Friar Laurence suggest to Juliet that she do to avoid marrying Paris?She needs to drink a sleeping potion.What does she tell the nurse to tell her mother when she leaves for Friar Laurence’s cell?She is going to confession (shrift)Why does Lord Capulet decide that Juliet is ready to marry Paris right away instead of waiting for two more years?Her grief for Tybalt’s death is overwhelming.What causes Romeo to kill Tybalt, his new wife’s cousin?To get even for Mercutio’s deathWhat is the Prince’s sentence for this?Romeo is banished from Verona.How does Romeo react to this sentence?He is grief stricken.
9What Happened?How does Friar Laurence plan for Romeo to hear of Juliet’s staged death?He writes a letter to Romeo, and it is to be delivered by Friar JohnWhere does Romeo go to hide after killing Tybalt?Friar Laurence’s cell is where Romeo goes to hide.What are the steps Juliet must take to complete Friar Laurence’s plan which will keep her from marrying Paris?must be alone in roomgo to bed and drink potionlapse into comasleep for 42 hoursbe buried/laid out in family tombawake to a waiting Romeogo to Mantua with Romeo
10What Happened?What happens to the letter from Friar Laurence to Romeo?It is not delivered because Friar John was quarantined because of the plague.What news does Balthasar bring to Romeo?Juliet is deadWhere does Romeo go once he is banished from Verona?Romeo goes to Mantua.Describe Lord Capulet’s reaction when she says she will not marry Paris.He is angry. He says he will disown her if she will not marry Paris.
11What Happened?Once Juliet tells her father she has changed her mind about the marriage, what action does her father take regarding the marriage?He moves the wedding up one day (Wednesday)When Juliet awakens in the tomb, what does Friar Laurence suggest that she do?Friar Laurence suggests she go to a nunnery or conventOf what significance is the apothecary in Mantua?He sells Romeo the poison.What does Friar Laurence decide to do when he realizes that his letter was not delivered to Romeo in Mantua?He goes to rescue Juliet from the Capulet’s tombWhy do Romeo and Paris fight at the Capulet tomb?Paris blames Romeo for the deaths of Tybalt and Juliet
12What Happened?What is the result of the fight between Romeo and Paris?Paris is killedHow does Romeo die?Romeo drinks poisonHow does Juliet die?Juliet stabs herself with a daggerWho attempts to explain to the Prince the cause of Romeo and Juliet’s deaths?Friar LaurenceWhy does the Prince feel that he should share in the blame for their deaths?He should have been more firm when handling the situation/dealing with the feud.
13What Happened? What do each of the families erect as a memorial? A (gold) statue of the other’s childWhat are the last two lines of the play?“For never was a story of more woe than this of Juliet and her Romeo.” Couplet by Prince