“Alive in triumph, and Mercutio slain?Away to heaven respective lenity,And fire-eye’d fury be my conduct now!” OVERWHELMING – initially, Romeo is unwilling to fight Tybalt, but out of the overwhelming friendship he had with Mercutio, he rage at his death overcomes his sanity showing how strong their friendship is
“No, coz, I rather weep” EMPATHY – Benvolio shows a very deep concern for Romeo, and unlike the masculinity that is held so dear to men, his feelings o care for Romeo come out in an emotional display of compassion
“I’ll pay that doctrine, or else die in dept,” VALUED OVER LIFE ITSELF – Benvolio here says if he can’t help his friend Romeo, he is willing to put his life on the line as is his respect for his friend
“O calm dishonourable, vile submission!Alla stoccata carries it away. Tybalt, you ratcatcher, will you walk?” MISGUIDED FEELINGS – shows Mercutio has deep feelings of friendship and is disappointed when Romeo is not masculine enough to fight – this idea of friendship and duty is misguided and this pride leads to his death

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