Romeo and Juliet, act 1 scene 5

at what point in the book does this take place? when romeo and juliet first talk, meet, and kiss
“this holy shrine” what literary device metaphor; referring to juliet
What is this poem an extended metaphor for? Romeo- pilgramJuliet-saint (holy shrine)
Romeo is dressed as what and what does that represent? dresses as a pilgrim which represents the religious journey he is going to make to juliet.
What does this poem use? religious terminology
“My lips, two blushing pilgrim, ready stand” what literary device? metaphor
“O, then, dear saint, let lips do what hands do; they pray, grant thou, lest faith turn to despair” what is romeo asking to do? prays=please allow me to kiss you
“Then move not, while my prayer’s effect i take. “thus from my lips, by yours, my sin is purged.” what does this represent? them kissing
“sin from thy lips? O trespass sweetly urged! Give me my sin again” what does this represent? Juliet said since he kissed her now the sin is on her so they must kiss again.
“You kiss by the book” what does this mean he is a good kisser.