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    • Romeo and JulietAct 3 Summary Notesby Erin Salona
    • Act 3, Scene 1
      Mercutio and Benvolio are walking around Verona.
      Benvolio warns that the Capulets are around and looking to start a fight.
      Mercutio easily starts arguments with anyone. Benvolio is the peace maker.
    • Act 3, Scene 1
      Tybalt shows up.
      Tybalt has been looking to fight with Romeo.
      Tybalt starts an argument with Mercutio.
      Tybalt accuses Mercutio of associating with Romeo, a Montague.
      Benvolio tries to stop the argument between Mercutio and Tybalt.
      Tybalt
    • Act 3, Scene 1
      Romeo arrives in a happy mood.
      No one else knows that he’s just married Juliet.
      Tybalt starts arguing with him.
      Romeo does not want to fight Tybalt because he married Juliet.
      Mercutio doesn’t know about Romeo’s reason for not wanting to fight.
      Mercutio stands in for Romeo in the fight which leads to fateful problems.
      Tybalt: Romeo, the hate I bear thee can affordNo better term than this,--thou art a villain.
      Romeo & Tybalt
      Romeo to Tybalt: I do protest, I never injured thee,But love thee better than thou canst devise,Till thou shalt know the reason of my love:And so, good Capulet,--which name I tenderAs dearly as my own,--be satisfied.
    • Act 3, Scene 1
      The First Fight
      1. The hotheaded Mercutio draws his sword and challenges Tybalt, “the King of Cats”
      2. Tybalt draws his sword and the fight begins.
      3. Romeo tries to stop the fight by stepping between Tybalt and Mercutio.
      4. Tybalt reaches under Romeo’s arm and stabs Mercutio.
      Mercutio
    • Act 3, Scene 1
      5. Tybalt and his men run away.
      6. While Mercutio is dying he curses both families:
      “I am hurt.A plague o' both your houses! I am sped.”
      Mercutio to Romeo: Why the devil came you between us?
      I was hurt under your arm.
      Mercutio
    • Act 3, Scene 1
      Romeo blames himself for Mercutio’s death.
      1. He believes loving Juliet has made him a coward.
      2. He should have fought Tybalt.
      3. Romeo vows to kill Tybalt– a rash decision, his tragic flaw.
      Romeo &
      slain Mercutio
    • Act 3, Scene 1
      The Second Fight
      1. Tybalt returns.
      2. Romeo challenges Tybalt
      3. They fight.
      4. Romeo kills Tybalt.
      5. Romeo is stunned: “O, I am fortune's fool!” (“I am the victim of fate!”)
      Dying Tybalt
    • Fate
      Fate = Destiny
      An inevitable outcome based on “the stars” or set circumstances
      Pre-determination
      Fortune
      Events or life which has already been decided
      Romeo and Juliet are “ill-fated” from the beginning as “star-crossed lovers”
      Are the events in Act 3 and even earlier in the play a result of FATE or ACTIONS?
      Do Romeo and Juliet have control over their lives, or has FATE already decided their outcome?
    • Act 3, Scene 1
      6. After Romeo kills Tybalt, Benvolio tells Romeo to go or the Prince will kill him.
      7. Romeo flees the scene and goes to Friar Laurence.
      Benvolio: Romeo, away, be gone!The citizens are up, and Tybalt slain.Stand not amazed: the prince will doom thee death,If thou art taken: hence, be gone, away!
      Tybalt
    • Act 3, Scene 1
      The Aftermath
      1. The Prince arrives and demands to know who started this.
      2. Benvolio tells the Prince exactly what happened.
    • Act 3, Scene 1
      3. Lady Capulet:
      Believes that Romeo killed Tybalt
      She calls Benvolio a liar since he is a Montague and doesn’t believe Tybalt killed Mercutio.
      She demands Romeo’s death since he killed Tybalt.
      Furious
      Lady Capulet
    • Act 3, Scene 1
      4. Lord Montague
      says Romeo is not at fault
      Romeo only did what the law would have done in killing Tybalt.
      5. The Prince
      doesn’t have Romeo killed
      he banishes Romeo from Verona
      if Romeo returns, he will be executed.
      Lord & Lady Montague
    • Act 3, Scene 2
      Juliet
      is unaware that Mercutio and Tybalt are dead.
      She waits impatiently for her wedding night.
      Soliloquy full of foreshadowing
      Juliet: Give me my Romeo; and, when he shall die,Take him and cut him out in little stars,And he will make the face of heaven so fineThat all the world will be in love with night
    • Act 3, Scene 2
      Nurse
      Returns with the rope ladder
      She is very upset because she is a loyal Capulet servant.
      She tells Juliet what happened.
      She confuses Juliet.
      Juliet thinks that
      Romeo is dead
      Or both Romeo and Tybalt are dead
      Juliet to Nurse: What storm is this that blows so contrary?Is Romeo slaughter'd, and is Tybalt dead?My dear-loved cousin, and my dearer lord?Then, dreadful trumpet, sound the general doom!For who is living, if those two are gone?
    • Act 3, Scene 2
      Nurse
      tells Juliet that Tybalt is dead
      Romeo killed him.
      Nurse curses Romeo and all men.
      She wrongly thinks Juliet is upset over Tybalt, not Romeo’s banishment
      Nurse to Juliet: Hie to your chamber: I'll find RomeoTo comfort you: I wot well where he is.Hark ye, your Romeo will be here at night:I'll to him; he is hid at Laurence' cell.
    • Act 3, Scene 2
      Juliet
      is inconsolable because Romeo is banished.
      She says Romeo’s banishment is worse than death.
      Juliet wants to die a virgin since Romeo cannot be with her.
      Nurse
      goes to find Romeo and bring him to Juliet.
      she will give Romeo a ring from Juliet
      Juliet: Come, cords, come, nurse; I'll to my
      wedding-bed;And death, not Romeo, take my maidenhead!
    • Act 3, Scene 3
      Romeo hides in Friar Laurence’s room.
      Friar Laurence tells Romeo he is banished.
      Romeo didn’t know his punishment because he ran away after killing Tybalt.
      Romeo says that banishment is worse than death.
      Friar Laurence scolds Romeo for thinking banishment is death;
      but he can’t get Romeo to listen.
      Romeo: Is death mis-term'd: calling death
      banishment,Thou cutt'st my head off with a golden axe,And smilest upon the stroke that murders me.
      Depressed Romeo
    • Act 3, Scene 3
      Romeo continues to sob and roll around on the floor
      Nurse arrives, tells Romeo “to be a man” (get a grip), and stop crying.
      Romeo doesn’t listen and threatens to kill himselfwith a dagger he finds on the floor
      Nurse: Stand up, stand up; stand, and you be a man:For Juliet's sake, for her sake, rise and stand;
      Nurse & “womanish Romeo”
    • Act 3, Scene 3
      Friar Laurence comes up with a plan:
      After the Capulets are asleep, Romeo will go to Juliet’s room for their wedding night.
      Romeo is to leave before dawn and to go Mantua and
      Romeo is to wait in Mantua until he hears from Friar Laurence via letter.
      Friar Laurence
    • Act 3, Scene 3
      • Friar Laurence will publish Romeo & Juliet’s marriage at the “right time”
      • Friar believes the Montagues and Capulets will reconcile due to the marriage
      Friar feels the Prince will be overjoyed at the reconciliation between families
      Friar thinks Romeo will be pardoned by the prince.
      Then, the prince will allow Romeo to live in Verona.
      And everyone will live happily ever after.
      Friar Laurence & Nurse
    • Act 3, Scene 4
      Scene 4 occurs while Romeo is upstairs with Juliet at the Capulet’s.
      Paris comes over to see how Juliet is doing
      Juliet’s parents believe that she is grieving for Tybalt’s death.
      To cheer Juliet up, her parents decide that she’ll marry Paris in 3 days (Thursday)
      Lord Capulet first decided on Wednesday but realized it would not look like the family was grieving over Tybalt if they only waited 2 days.
    • Act 3, Scene 5
      Scene 5 occurs at dawn/ early morning in Juliet’s bedroom
      Juliet tries to convince Romeo that is still night so that he won’t leave.
      Romeo says he’ll stay and let her family kill him. One night with Juliet is all he needs.
      Eventually Romeo leaves for Mantua.
      Romeo: More light and light; more dark and dark our woes!
      Juliet & her Romeo
    • Act 3, Scene 5
      Juliet imagines that she sees Romeo lying dead in a tomb FORESHADOWING
      Juliet (to Romeo):O God, I have an ill-divining soul!Methinks I see thee, now thou art below,As one dead in the bottom of a tomb:Either my eyesight fails, or thou look'st pale.
    • Act 3, Scene 5
      Lady Capulet goes to see Juliet
      She thinks that Juliet is still crying over Tybalt’s death.
      Juliet is really sobbing over Romeo’s banishment.
      Lady Capulet tells Juliet that they will send someone to Mantua to poison Romeo.
      Juliet tells her mother that she will never be happy with Romeo until she sees him. . .dead is her heart.
      Her mother does not catch on to this pun on the word “dead”.
      Sad Juliet
    • Act 3, Scene 5
      Marriage to Paris
      Lady Capulet tells Juliet that she gets to marry Paris on Thursday morning!
      Juliet refuses to marry Paris.
      She tells her mother it is because Paris never courted her & the marriage is too quick.
      She says she would rather marry her enemy Romeo! DRAMATIC IRONY
      Juliet’s begs her mother to not force her to
      marry Paris
    • Act 3, Scene 5
      Lord Capulet orders her to marry Paris or he’ll disown her.
      His honor is more important than his daughter’s happiness.
      “Hang thee, young baggage! disobedient wretch!I tell thee what: get thee to church o' Thursday,Or never after look me in the face:”-- Lord Capulet
      Controlling Lord Capulet
      and Juliet
    • Act 3, Scene 5
      After Juliet’s parents leave her room:
      Juliet panics because she is already married.
      Nurse tells her that Romeo is as good as dead since he has been banished.
      Nurse thinks that she should marry Paris.
      The Nurse’s comment about Romeo and Paris severs her relationship with Juliet.
      Nurse: I think it best you married with the county.O, he's a lovely gentleman!Romeo's a dishclout to him:
    • Act 3, Scene 5
      Juliet
      realizes that the Nurse won’t help her.
      She pretends to go along with the plan to marry Paris.
      After the Nurse leaves, she speaks ill of her: “a most wicked fiend”.
      She leaves to go to confession at Friar Laurence’s.
      Juliet: I'll to the friar, to know his remedy:If all else fail, myself have power to die.
      Juliet & Nurse
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      Act.” Jefferson High School: Livonia, Michigan.
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      “Romeo and Juliet.” Google Images. Google. 2010. Web. 18
      May 2010.
      Shakespeare, William. Romeo and Juliet. The Complete
      Works of William Shakespeare. Michigan Institute
      of Technology. 2010. Web. 18 May 2010.