Flashcards in Juliet Deck (31):
In Act 1 scene 3, give two quotes that show Juliets response to the idea of marriage?
"It is an honor that I dream not of"
"I'll look to like, if looking liking move, but no more more deep will i endart my eye"
In Act 1 Scene 5, what does Juliet say to disregard Romeo's attempts at linking religion with love and what does this tell us about Juliet?
"Lips that they must use in prayer'
- tells us Juliet is non-impulsive/thinks things through
In Act 1 Scene 5, Juliet says "You kiss by...
In Act 1 Scene 5, what does Juliet say after finding out that Romeo is a montague?
"My only love sprung from my only hate"
In act 2, Scene 2, what does Juliet tell Romeo to deny? (give the quote)
"Deny thy father and refuse thy name and ill no longer be a capulet"
Give a quote from Act 2 scene 2, indicating that Juliet knows that the only problem with their love is their names
"Tis but thy name that is my enemy"
Give 2 quotes from Act 2 Scene 2 that show that Juliet is cautious about Romeo being seen talking to her and vice versa
"If they do see thee, they will murder thee"
"By whose direction found'st thou out this place"
Give a quote from Act 2 Scene 2 from Juliet, saying that she wont be quickly won over by Romeo
"If thou thinkst I am too quickly won....Ill say thee nay"
In Act 2 Scene 2, Juliet tells Romeo to "swear not by...
...the moon, the inconstant moon"
In act 2 Scene 2, How does Juliet view her encounter with Romeo? (give a quote)
Her encounter with Romeo is "too rash, to unadvised, too sudden, too like the lightening" to her
Give a quote from Act 2 Scene 2 that perhaps suggests that Juliet is quite impulsive
"My bounty is as boundless as the sea, my love as deep"
Give a quote from Act 2 Scene 2 that foreshadows Juliet following Romeo to his grave
"Follow thee my lord throughout the world"
Give 3 quotes from Juliet in Act 2 Scene 5 that show her impatience
"I would thou hadst my bones and I thy news"
Give a quote from Act 2 Scene 5, that foreshadows Juliet faking her death
"many feign as they were dead"
- translation: many of them (old people like the nurse) pretend to be dead
Give a quote from Act 2 Scene 6 that shows Juliets attitude to her love for Romeo
"My true love is grown to such excess"
Give a quote from Act 3 Scene 2 that suggests that their marriage had not yet been consummated
"I have bought the mansion of a love but not possessed it"
Give a quote from Act 3 Scene 2, that presents Juliet is an immature lover, and that links the night with their love
'Come night, come Romeo, come thou day in night'
What does Juliet say, in Act 3 Scene 2, right after hearing that Romeo killed Tybalt
"Serpent heart, hid with a flowering face'
Give an oxymoron, Juliet uses in Act 3 Scene 2, to describe Romeo after hearing that he killed Tybalt
"beautiful tyrant, fiend angelical"
Give a quote from Act 3 Scene 2, that shows that Juliet has reverted back to her non-impulsive side
'Shall i speak ill of him that is my husband'
Give a quote, from Act 3 Scene 2, that shows that Juliet associates banishment with death
'banished, There is no end...in that word's death'
Give 2 quotes, from Act 3 Scene 5, where Juliet contradicts herself when talking about whether Romeo should stay/go
First she says 'wilt thou be gone? It is not yet near day' but soon after, she says 'begone, away'
- this shows that Juliet is rational again
Give a quote, in Act 3 Scene 5, where Juliet foreshadows Romeo dead in a tomb
"I see thee...as one dead in the bottom of a tomb'
Give a quote, from Act 3 Scene 5, where Juliet uses dramatic irony and why is this dramatic irony?
'i never shall be satisfied...till i behold him dead'
- This is dramatic irony as the audience know that Juliet loves Romeo but Lady Capulet doesnt
What does Juliet call the nurse, in Act 3 Scene 5, after the nurse betrays her for her parents wishes
'most wicked fiend'
Give a quote, from Act 4 Scene 1, that shows Juliets determination to die if she has to marry Paris
'I long to die, if what thou speakst speak not of remedy'
Give a quote, from Act 4 Scene 1, that shows what Juliet would rather do, than marry Paris and what does this show
'chain me with roaring bears'
- this shows her hatred towards the thought of marrying Paris
In Act 4 Scene 1, what does Juliet say to the friar that shows her impulsiveness?
'Give me, Give me! Oh tell me not of fear'
Give a quote, from Act 4 Scene 2, where Juliet 'learns' to be obedient to her Parents, after returning from the Friar
'I have learnt me to repent the sin of disobedient opposition'
In Act 4 Scene 3, what does Juliet say that foreshadows her not seeing Lady Capulet and the nurse again (while shes alive)
'Farewell. God knows when we shall meet again'