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Romeo and Juliet Act I scene i and ii. I.i 1.What does Sampson mean when he says, “A dog of the house of Montague moves me.” ? 2.Lines 1-11: What does.

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1 Romeo and Juliet Act I scene i and ii

2 I.i 1.What does Sampson mean when he says, “A dog of the house of Montague moves me.” ? 2.Lines 1-11: What does the servants dialogue show about the attitudes in the two households? 3.Who takes out their weapon first? (line) 4.What does Sampson mean when he says, “Let us take the law of our sides; let them begin.”? 5.Who says this and comment: “I do but keep the peace.”? 6.If the Capulets and the Montagues quarrel again what will be the punishment? 7.What are the differences between Lady Capulet and Lady Montague in regards to their husbands? 8.How does Benvolio describe Tybolt? (line) 9.Where is Romeo during this time? (line) 10.How does Romeo feel? (line) 11.Why does Rosaline reject Romeo? (line) 12.What does Benvolio tell Romeo to do about his lost love? (line) If it says (Line) please cite the source in MLA. Typed Due tomorrow.

3 I. ii 1.What does Paris want? 2.Why doesn’t Capulet want his daughter to marry right away? When does Capulet think it will be a good time for Juliet to get married? 3.How old is Juliet? 4.What is Paris’s response to Capulet’s thought of delaying the marriage? 5.What are the conditions that need to be met before Capulet lets Paris marry Juliet? 6.Line Comment 7.What is the comic relief in this scene? 8.Line Comment 9.Line 89 Comment 10.Line Comment 11.How does fortune play a role in this scene?


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