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    • Story by: William Shakespeare Slideshow by: Irene Tsui, Jessica Yarnes, and Sarah Rhodes
      • Shakespeare’s plays consist of 5 acts.
      • Romeo’s cousin
      • A Montague
      • Family members include:
        • Lord Capulet
        • Lady Capulet
        • Juliet
        • Tybalt
        • Nurse
        • Peter
        • Sampson
        • Gregory
      • They hate the Montagues!
      • The cunning of Diana, the Roman goddess of chastity, the moon, and hunting, who was not interested in men.
      • Quote: “She’ll not be hit with Cupid’s arrow. She hath Dian’s wit, And, in strong proof of chastity well armed, From love’s weak childish bow she lives uncharmed.”
      • Young girls
      • Quote: “ At my poor house to behold this night Earth-treading stars that make dark heaven light.
      • The priest who marries Romeo and Juliet
      • Supplies Juliet with the potion
      • Scolded Romeo for being so fickle in love
      • When Juliet found out Romeo is banished
      • When Juliet found out she had to married Paris
      • Juliet’s parents when they found out Juliet doesn’t want to married Paris
      • Between Montagues and the Capulets
      • Capulets towards their daughter when they found out she doesn’t want to marry Paris
      • Romeo towards Tybalt after Tybalt killed Mercutio
      • Romeo is intrigued with Rosaline at first, then Juliet
      • A Capulet
      • Fell in love with Romeo
      • Forced to marry Paris
      • Died at the end
      • All started with a kiss at the feast
      • Quote: “you kiss by th’ book”
      • Quote: “Let lips do what hands do!”
      • Juliet’s father
      • Selected Paris for Juliet
      • Makes all of the decisions for the Capulets
      • Family members include
        • Lord Montague
        • Lady Montague
        • Romeo
        • Benvolio
        • Balthasar
        • Abram
      • They hate the Capulet family
      • Took care of Juliet since she was born
      • Was the messenger for Romeo and Juliet
      • Part of Capulet’s family
      • Capulet’s orchard
      • Where Romeo and Juliet meets
      • Where Juliet confirms Romeo’s love
      • Want to marry Juliet
      • Juliet doesn’t like him
      • Prince’s relative
      • Romeo was on a quest to win Rosaline’s heart at first
      • Paris was on a quest to marry Juliet
      • Romeo liked her at first
      • Doesn’t want to be married
      • Romeo compared her with Diana, the goddess of chastity, moon, and hunting.
      • Juliet committed fake suicide to get out of the marriage
      • Romeo committed suicide when he found out Juliet is “dead”
      • Juliet committed suicide when she found out Romeo is dead
      • Killed Mercutio
      • Romeo killed him after
      • Juliet’s cousin
      • In “Romeo and Juliet,” the sides of the story are unbalanced.
      • Two examples are:
        • Families at war
        • Juliet loves Romeo, but is being forced to marry Paris
      • Where the Capulets and the Montagues lives
      • Where the story started
      • Waif: Homeless person; stray animal or thing
      • Romeo, being banished, may be homeless/stray
      • Literal definition: fear or hatred of foreigners
      • Metaphorically speaking, the fear or hatred of the Mantagues and Capulets towards each other as “foreign” figures.
      • Young love symbolizes Romeo and Juliet’s love in their youth.
      • High point of anything, in this case, climax of a story
      • In “Romeo and Juliet,” the zenith, or climax, was when Romeo was banished and Juliet was being forced to accept Paris’ marriage offer.