Questions And Answers Of Shakespeare's Romeo And Juliet
2. Juliet refuses to honor her parent’s wish that she marries Paris. Even the Nurse pleads with her to concede, but she refuses her as well. How does this hint at the tragedy to come for Romeo and Juliet? Answer in at least one(1) paragraph. Use at least one(1) quote from the play to support your answer.
Juliet has no one close she can talk to any more because the two main people she trusts enough are unavailable for her to talk to, the nurse wants her to marry Paris and Romeo is banned from the city. No one is there to help them out or give advise so they fail and die. She is only a young girl and should not be in this situation, she is young and naive who insists on talking from the heart “swear not by the moon”. …show more content…
Describe the language used by Shakespeare when Romeo and Juliet speak to each other. How do their words reflect the depth of their love to the reader. You may need to look closely at the footnote translations to help you understand the meaning of certain words and phrases. Give one example from their first meeting, and another from a later interaction. Answer in at least two(2) paragraphs. Use at least two(2) quotes from the play to support your answer.
They speak beautifully and poetic, as I stated earlier they want to speak from only the heart. Everything they say seems to have some sort of meaning, not like nowadays you say something just to say but they just speak love, they are meaningful and full of depth. When they first met thye fell instantly in love, love at first sight, it was as if Romeo forgot every other girl in the world and only say Juliet, before they met Romeo was sad and depressed after getting dumped, she was sort of his backup/ wake up call. O, she doth teach the torches to burn