literary term examples from Romeo and Juliet

Drama example when Capulet kicks Juliet out of the family banishes her
Tragedy example and they both killed themselves
Prologue example example is the opening scene the preview of what is to come
Sonnet example Juliet spoke on the balcony about the night she met Romeo -she thought she was alone
Prose example When Mercutio is harassing the nurse he speaks directly-he always speaks directly instead worrying about the social standards.
Chorus example they read the prologue and introduce the houses and how they are divided
Anachronism example after they met and then they walked away in private and flirted with each. They kissed back then woman and men were never alone.
Verbal irony example Mercutio’s final words;”…. If you ask for me tomorrow, you shall find me a grave man. … “
Dramatic irony example the whole idea of Juliet taking the sleeping pill and Romeo not getting the letter
Monologue example Capulet explains why she should get married who? and when?
Soliloquy example Juliet speaks after she discovers Romeo is dead before she takes the dagger that will take her life
Foil example Paris to Romeo Paris is supposed to marry Juliet out of family obligation where Romeo loves her just because who she is regardless of her name
Oxymoron example , particularly in Romeo and Juliet. For example, at the end of the famous balcony scene, when Romeo is leaving, Juliet says “parting is such sweet / sorrow” How is sorrow sweet?
Aside example when Romeo is listening to Juliet say her monologue at the balcony he wonders if he should interrupt her, his speech is heard from the audience.
Pun example Romeo–“Not I, believe me. You have dancing shoes / With nimble soles; I have a soul of lead…” (Act 1 scene 4)The pun is on the word “soles” of shoes doubling for Romeo’s “soul of lead”.
Comic Relief example I conjure thee by Rosaline’s bright eyes,By her high forehead and her scarlet lip,By her fine foot, straight leg, and quivering thigh,And the demesnes that there adjacent lie.(II.1.17-21) Romeo describes Juliet as “bright angel” and “dear saint.” Mercutio’s teasing is ironic because he is unaware that Romeo has fallen in love with Juliet and mistakenly invokes images of Rosaline to call him:Shakespeare uses Mercutio’s cynical attitude to distinguish Romeo and Juliet’s love as innocent, spiritual, and intense.
Static character example Nurse….Since Nurse’s beliefs and attitude remains the same throughout the play, we can call her a static character.
Dynamic character example Benvolio he is again trying to ensure peace by attempting to get Mercutio off the street. Hence we see Benvolio change from making stupid decisions to making wiser ones.
Iambic Pentameter But, soft! what light through yonder window breaks? It is the east, and Juliet is the sun. (William Shakespeare, Romeo and Juliet)
Couplet example prologue: The which if you with patient ears attend, What here shall miss, our toil shall strive to mend.