Romeo and Juliet: Act 3 Scenes ii-v

What is Juliet impatient for? Her wedding night.
In Act II, Romeo compared Juliet to stars. How does Juliet now use this comparison? Juliet says when Romeo does, the Stars will forma. Constellation of his face.
What misunderstanding occurs between Juliet and the nurse? The nurse stumbles over her words, making Juliet think Romeo is dead.
How does the nurse express her reaction to Tybalt’s death? She is very over dramatic and acts like Tybalt was her best friend.
What does Juliet conclude about Romeo when she fist learned that he killed Tybalt? That Romeo is handsome but evil inside.
What information about the incident does Juliet not know? Tybalt killed Mercutio.
What wish does the nurse utter? That shame should go to Romeo.
What sudden realization does Juliet have about how the situation could have been far worse? If Romeo hadn’t killed Tybalt, then Tybalt would’ve killed Romeo.
What event does Juliet say would be preferable to Romeo’s exile? That everyone she loves would die.
Where are Juliet’s parents? Grieving over Tybalt.
What does the nurse promise to do? Go find find Romeo.
How does Romeo feel about the Prince’s punishment? How does Friar Lawrence feel about the Prince’s punishment? Romeo: would rather be deadFriar: thinks Romeo got off lucky
State the speaker and significance of the following quote, “Tis torture, and not mercy. Heaven is here, Where Juliet lives; and every cat and dog And little mouse, every unworthy thing, Live here in heaven and may look on her.” Speaker: RomeoSignificance: Romeo thinks if he can’t be with Juliet, he may as well be dead; he is jealous of everyone/everything that gets to be around Juliet.
Why, according to Romeo, is every cat, dog, mouse, and fly luckier than he is? They all get to be in Verona with Juliet.
Why won’t Romeo listen to Friar Lawrence? The Friar is not young and in love.
Why does Friar Lawrence scold Romeo? He wants Romeo to man up and stop acting like a baby.
What three gifts does Friar Lawrence accuse Romeo of misusing? Shape, wit, and love.
For what three reasons does Friar Lawrence say Romeo should be happy? 1. Juliet is alive2. Romeo is alive3. Tybalt is dead
What is Friar Lawrence’s plan for Romeo? To let time pass and then come back to beg for forgiveness.
How does Friar Lawrence plan to get messages to Romeo? Through Romeo’s servant.
What plans do Juliet’s parents make for her? To marry Paris in three days (on Thursday).
How are the lark and nightingale used in this scene? The lark is outside (morning), but Juliet tries to say it is a nightingale (nighttime) to get Romeo to stay.
State the speaker and significance of the following quote, “O God, I have an ill-divining soul! Methinks I see thee, now thou art so low As one dead in the bottom of a tomb.” Speaker: JulietSignificance: Romeo looks a dead corpse after climbing down her window (foreshadowing).
Why does Juliet offer to prepare a poison for Romeo? So that they will never be apart.
How does Lady Capulet interpret Juliet’s statements about Romeo? As grief for Tybalt.
Why, according to Lady Capulet, has Capulet arranged the marriage so suddenly? Juliet is still “grieving over Tybalt”.
State the speaker and significance of the following quote, “Now, by Saint Peter’s Church, and Peter too, He shall not make me there a joyful bride!” Speaker: Juliet Significance: Juliet doesn’t want to marry Paris
What reason does Juliet give for putting off the marriage? Paris has not wooed her yet.
How does Capulet react to Juliet’s refusal to marry Paris? Capulet is furious with Juliet.
What choice does Capulet give Juliet? To either marry Paris or be disowned.
What does Juliet beg off her mother? To wait more before getting married.
What advice does the Nurse give Juliet? What is her reasoning? Quote necessary. The nurse advises Juliet to marry Paris instead of Romeo. This is because Romeo is banished and Paris is a “lovely gentlemen”?
What does Juliet really intend to do? She is going to confess at Friar Lawrence’s cell.
State the speaker and significance of the following quote, “Faith, here it is. Romeo is banished, and all the world to nothing That he dares ne’er come back to challenge you;” Speaker: nurseSignificance: The nurse is advising Juliet to marry Paris.
State the speaker and significance”Ancient damnation! O most wicked fiend! Is it more sin wish me thus forsworn Or to dispraise my lord with that same tongue Which she hath prais’d him with above compare So many thousand times? Go counselor, Thou and my bosom henceforth shall be twain. I’ll to the friar to know his remedy; If all else fail, myself have power to die.” Speaker: JulietSignificance: Juliet is mad at the nurse for saying she should marry Paris, she instead plans to confess at Friar Lawrence’s cell.

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