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Test Act 2-3 Vocabulary Quotes Literary terms in packet (3.2) –Oxymoron, allusion, metaphor, simile, puns, personification Soliloquy: definition and example 3 blessings Subtext: what is it? Identify it. Irony: dramatic and situational
“A Plague on both your houses” Mercutio “Oh, I am fortune’s fool.”- Romeo “Immediately we do exile him hence”- Prince
exposition Commentary; the act of describing;opening moments of music or narrative
conjure To call upon a supernatural force or being
Art thou a man? Take it like a man: standing up.- Friar about Romeo
A pack of blessings lie upon thy back 1.Juliet is alive 2. Tyblat is dead who would have killed you 3. You are banished not killed.
Examples of haste is act 3? 1. Romeo and Juliet’s decision to marry 2.Romeo’s decision to kill Tybalt -code of honor/revenge 3. Capulet’s decision to marry Juliet to Paris 4. The haste with which Romeo and Juliet decide to kill themselves after Romeo’s banishment
Subtext: the meaning beneath the line I pray you tell my lord and father, madam, / I will not marry yet; and when I do, I swear/It shall be Romeo whom you know I hate, / Rather than Paris. Mom Hears: I will not marry. And when I do I would rather marry Romeo, my enemy, than Paris.
Juliet Means: I can’t marry Paris because I am already married to Romeo, whom you think I hate.
Juliet: Indeed, I never shall be satisfied With Romeo till I behold him-dead- Is my poor heart, so for a kinsman vexed. Subtext: She won’t be happy until she can hold Romeo in her arms again. Mom: She thinks Juliet wants to see Romeo dead.
Juliet: I will not marry yet, and when I do I swear It shall be Romeo, whom you know I hate, Juliet Means: I will not marry Paris, because I am already married to Romeo whom you think I hate Mom Hears: She would rather marry an enemy like Romeo than marry Paris or any other man.
Dad’s Reaction? P.169-171 “An you be not (married) hang,beg,starve, die in the streets, For, by my soul, I’ll ne’er acknowledge thee,”
Parent/Child How has Juliet changed in this scene? Is she powerless? Is she acting childish? Or is she acting independently?
Who has betrayed her? Nurse: I think it best you married with the county. O, he’s a lovely gentelman! Romeo’s a dishclout to him.