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Romeo and Juliet Exam Review
Name That Character
Balthasar Tells Romeo Juliet is dead Falls asleep outside the Capulet vault
Benvolio Is the peacemaker in the play Advises Romeo to get over Rosaline by looking at other girls
Lord Capulet Tells Tybalt not to mess with Romeo because he’s a good kid Tells Paris he must win Juliet’s heart Threatens to disown Juliet Moves Juliet’s wedding to Paris to Wednesday
Lady Capulet Isn’t very close to Juliet Asks Juliet how she feels about getting married Casts Juliet aside, telling her to do whatever she wants
Paris Is Juliet’s “arranged” husband- to-be Gets killed outside the Capulet vault
I Know My Characters
Prince Escalus Warns the family if anyone fights again, the punishment will be death Exiles Romeo Is punished for the the feud also by losing two relatives
Friar Laurence Agrees to marry Romeo and Juliet to hopefully end the feud Runs out of the tomb leaving Juliet alone
Juliet Is closer to the Nurse than her mother Has doubts about drinking Friar’s potion
Lady Montague Dies from grief over her son’s exile
Mercutio Likes to joke around Believes that dreams mean nothing Curses the houses of Montague and Capulet
Hodgepodge (It Could Be Anything)
Nurse Tells Juliet to marry Paris for her first marriage is “dead” She finds Juliet dead
Verona, Italy Late 1300’s The main setting of Romeo and Juliet
Rosaline Romeo’s love at the beginning of the play
Lord Montague Romeo’s father
Tybalt Is saucy and fiery Challenges Romeo to a duel Kills Mercutio
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Romeo Falls in and out of love quickly Comes between Mercutio and Tybalt as they fight Kills Tybalt
Apothecary Sells Romeo poison
Friar John Is unable to deliver the letter to Romeo because he was locked up because they thought he was infected
Mantua Where Romeo stays during his exile
Turning Point/Climax in the Play Romeo kills Tybalt
Exciting Force Romeo reads the party invitation for the illiterate servant
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