- Why does Juliet use so many oxymorons?
- What are 3 oxymorons Juliet uses to describe Romeo?
- Why does Rosaline refuse Romeo?
- What is the nicest thing Tybalt can say about Romeo?
- What are Tybalt’s last words?
- Is Mercutio in love with Romeo?
- Who banishes Romeo?
- How old was Romeo?
- Who did Romeo kill?
- Why was Romeo banned?
- Did Juliet fake her death?
- How old is Juliet?
- Why did Juliet not marry Paris?
Why does Juliet use so many oxymorons?
These oxymorons serve to illustrate Juliet’s inner conflict. She is madly in love with Romeo, but she is angry and shocked that he killed someone whom she cares about. She has no notion of the context of the fight, either (that Romeo killed Tybalt to avenge Mercutio), so confusion also plays a part in her reaction.
What are 3 oxymorons Juliet uses to describe Romeo?
Write down three of the oxymorons Juliet uses to describe Romeo (and explain why she uses this literary technique to describe her young husband.) She says he is a “beautiful tyrant,” a ” end angelical,” and a “dove-feathered raven.” (She’s conflicted between family love and romantic love.)
Why does Rosaline refuse Romeo?
Psychoanalytic critics see signs of repressed childhood trauma in Romeo’s love for Rosaline. She is of a rival house and is sworn to chastity. Thus he is in an impossible situation, one which will continue his trauma if he remains in it. Although he acknowledges its ridiculous nature, he refuses to stop loving her.
What is the nicest thing Tybalt can say about Romeo?
Tybalt: Romeo, The nicest thing I can say to you is this: you are a villain. 1. (Act III, scene i, lines 94, 95) Mercutio A plague o’ both your houses!
What are Tybalt’s last words?
Tybalt’s last words are to Romeo: “Thou, wretched boy, that didst consort him [Mercutio] here, / Shalt with him hence” (3.1. 130-131).
Is Mercutio in love with Romeo?
Mercutio’s speech, while building tension for Romeo’s first meeting with Juliet at the Capulet ball, indicates that although Mercutio is Romeo’s friend, he can never be his confidant. As the play progresses, Mercutio remains unaware of Romeo’s love and subsequent marriage to Juliet.
Who banishes Romeo?
Another fight breaks out in Verona and Tybalt kills Romeo’s friend Mercutio. Romeo had tried to prevent the fight but, after Mercutio’s death, he kills Tybalt. The Prince banishes Romeo from Verona because of what he has done. Juliet is distraught by the news of Tybalt’s death and Romeo being banished.
How old was Romeo?
Romeo’s age is never given, but since he carries a sword, it can be assumed that he is not younger than Juliet’s thirteen years. It is much more likely that, given his immature responses to problematic events in the play, that he is probably about sixteen or seventeen years old.
Who did Romeo kill?
Why was Romeo banned?
Short Answer: Romeo is banished from Verona because he participates in an altercation involving his family’s feud with the Capulets and ends up killing Juliet’s cousin, Tybalt.
Did Juliet fake her death?
In a desperate attempt to be reunited with Romeo, Juliet follows the Friar’s plot and fakes her own death. The message fails to reach Romeo, and believing Juliet dead, he takes his life in her tomb. Juliet wakes to find Romeo’s corpse beside her and kills herself. The grieving family agree to end their feud.
How old is Juliet?
thirteen years old
Why did Juliet not marry Paris?
The Friar explains to Romeo that he must leave Verona and never come back. Lord Capulet is sad that Juliet never married Paris because he thinks that it would have made her happy.