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What did the leading character want? 2. What stood in his way? (People - environment- personality, etc,) 3. What was the high point of tension or the crisis? (This is where the leading character must make a crucial decision that will effect the outcome of the play.) Character analysis 1. How are the characters revealed? 2. What is the driving force of each leading character? 3. If a character changes, are the causes convincing and true to life? Setting Critical standards useful for drama, novel, motion pictures: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. What is the chief emphasis (ideas, character, atmosphere)? What was the purpose? (entertainment, informative, persuasive)? Is it realistic or romantic? Does it show life as it really is or distort life? Does it present any problem of human relationship? Does it glamorize life and present an artificial happy ending?
Types of Drama: 1. Tragedy , 2. Comedy 3. Historical Allusion Aside Comic Relief Climax Dramatic Irony Foreshadow Irony Metaphor
What does Escalus say he will do to anyone who fights in the future? 3. Paris 6. Montague 9. Prince Escalus Recalling the Facts Act I 1. what does the chorus say will happen to the two lovers? 2. how has Romeo been acting recently? 5. what does Romeo fear? 14. In scene 3 we learn that Juliet is how old? 10. what does Capulet tell Paris he will have to do in order to marry Juliet? 7.Personification Simile Soliloquy Monologue Tragic Flaw Character Identification Briefly tell who each character is and what significance they have to the story. Nurse 5. In scene 2. Tybalt 2. Romeo 4. Juliet 7. What remedy does Benvolio suggest for Romeo's problem? 6. Capulet 11. At the end of scene 4. Benvolio 10. Mercutio 3. How does Juliet react to Romeo in their first meeting? . FriarLawrence 8. Who is Queen Mab? 12. How does Romeo react when he first sees Juliet? To what does he compare her? 15. According to Benvolio and Mercutio. 1. In the Prologue. What makes Romeo decide to go to the party? 8. How do Romeo and friends plan to hide their identity at the Capulet's party? 11. How does Benvolio say the fighting began? 4.
What fears does Friar Laurence express in scene 6? 13. In scene IV. Why does Juliet want Romeo to have some other name? 4. What punishment does Escalus give Romeo? 6. When talking to her parents in this act. why is Juliet so angry with the nurse? 13. What concerns does Friar Laurence have about Romeo and Juliet's relationship? 7. what does Juliet ask the nurse to do? 7. what does Capulet tell Paris? 10. What message does Romeo give the nurse to tell Juliet? 11. Act IV 1. What does Mercutio do? 3. What is Friar Laurence’s plan for Romeo? 9. Why does Friar Laurence agree to help the two? 8. explain how some of Juliet’s lines are filled with double meanings? 14. Describe the change in Juliet’s behavior toward her parents. What does the nurse tell Juliet she should do? 12. How does Romeo contribute to Mercutio’s death? 4. What is Capulet’s reaction when he learns that Juliet refuses to marry Paris? 11. What does Juliet say she will do if she cannot find a way to avoid marrying Paris? 4. What is Romeo’s reaction when Friar Laurence tells him that Escalus has banished him? 8.16. What is an example of dramatic irony from Act II? 14. What is the outcome of the fight between Romeo and Tybalt? 5. At the end of scene ii. What does Juliet ask of Friar Laurence? 3. What is an example of foreshadowing from Act II? Act III 1. Why has Tybalt sent a letter to Romeo's house? 9. Why is Juliet annoyed at the beginning of scene 5? 12. Who do Mercutio and Benvolio think Romeo is with? 3. When Juliet discovers Romeo at her balcony. What does Romeo compare Juliet to in scene 1? 2. What warning does the nurse give Romeo? 10. How does Paris think Juliet feels about him? 2. At the end of scene v. what does she fear? 6. Why has Tybalt come looking for Romeo? 2. How does Juliet respond to Paris’ compliments in this act? . How does Tybalt react to the news that Romeo is at the party? How does Capulet react? Act II 1.
Why is Romeo feeling cheerful at the beginning of scene I? 2. How do you think Paris feels about Juliet? 8. By family. Who tells the story of the events to the Prince? 14. What activities occur in the Capulet household at the start of scene ii? 10.”? 15. What effect might Capulet’s change of plans have on the Friar’s arrangements? 11. What does Friar Laurence say will happen when Juliet drinks the potion? 6./ Beauty too rich for use. How do Capulet. . the nurse. After hearing the news. what happens between the Capulets and the Montagues? 16. list the people who have died in the play? Important Quotes Act I 1. ii. In this final act. What causes Lady Montague’s death? 13. his wife. what will happen now to all the preparations that were made for the wedding? Act V 1. What does Friar Laurence say Romeo and Juliet will do after Juliet awakens? 8. How does Juliet kill herself? 12. “All are punished. What does Friar Laurence tell the family? 13. How is Friar John prevented from going to Mantua to deliver Friar Laurence’s letter? 6. What does the speed with which Romeo makes his decision tell you about his character? 5. v. What is Romeo’s real reason for sending Balthasar away from the tomb? 9. What does Friar Laurence find when he enters the tomb? 11. O she doth teach the torches to burn bright! / It seems she hangs upon the cheek of night / As a rich jewel in an Ethiop's ear-. and Paris react when they find Juliet? 12. Quote: What's in a name? That which we call a rose / By any other name would smell as sweet. 43-44). ii. Romeo! Wherefore art thou Romeo? / Deny thy father and refuse thy name (II. 33-34).5. 6-9) 2. for Earth too dear! (I. What does the Prince mean when he says. where does Romeo plan to go? 4. Why does Paris think Romeo has come to the tomb? 10. From forth the fatal loins of these two foes / A pair of star-crossed lovers take their life / Whose misadventured piteous overthrows / Doth with their death bury their parents' strife (Prologue. What news does Balthasar bring Romeo? 3. (II. how are Romeo’s actions guided more by emotion than reason? 17. How will Romeo learn of Friar Laurence’s plan? 7. At the conclusion of the play. Why does Paris go to the Capulet tomb? 7. According to Lord Capulet. In scene ii what does Juliet tell her father? 9. 43-46) Act II Quote: O Romeo.
TP-CASTT You will be given a Shakespearean Sonnet. iii. iii. ii. Cite the play to prove your points. Plot Diagram Complete one for the play. Explain how he made this flaw evident and two ways it contributed to his downfall. and every cat and dog / And little mouse. 102-3) Quote: For never was a story of more woe / Than this of Juliet and her Romeo (V. Heaven is here. What was Romeo’s tragic flaw. every unworthy thing. 29-34) Act IV Quote: I have a faint cold fear thrills through my veins / That almost freezes up the heat of life. (IV. i. v. (III. good night! Parting is such sweet sorrow / That I shall say good night till it be morrow (II. Act III Quote: A plague a both your houses. 99) Quote: Beautiful tyrant! Fiend angelical! / Dove feathered raven! Wolvish-ravening lamb! / Despised substance of divinest show! / A damned saint. Identify a theme of this play. 38) Act V Quote: Ah. / Where Juliet lives. 309-10). .Quote: Good night. and not mercy. iii. / Live here in heaven and may look on her. ii. Why art thou yet so fair? Shall I believe / That unsubstantial Death is amorous? (V. Use quotes and explain how they support the chosen trait. dear Juliet. Quote: 'Tis torture. an honorable villain! (III. 15-16) Quote: Death is my son-in-law. (III. / But Romeo may not. 4-Sqaure List 4 traits of Romeo or Juliet. 184-5). iii. Explain the contributing factors to development of this theme with textual support. 73-79). Death is my heir (IV.