Romeo and juliet act 5 final

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  • 1. Act V“. . . heaven finds means to kill your joys with love” (5.3.293).
  • 2. Act VBoth Romeo & Juliet are: •Impulsive - quick to act •Stubborn •Insistent on having things their own way
  • 3. Act V•Theme in tragedy: Those who act in haste (impulsively) bring about their own destruction.
  • 4. Act V, scene 1Romeo dreams hehas died and Julietrevives him withher sweet kisses. (foreshadows his death)
  • 5. • Mantua on Wednesday morning.• Romeo has not received a letter from Friar Lawrence.• Balthasar, Romeo’s servant, brings the news of Juliet’s death to Romeo.• Romeo wants to leave immediately for Verona. – Balthasar doesn’t know Romeo: I dreamt my lady came and found me dead-- about the letter Strange dream, that gives a dead man leave to think!-- And breathed such life with kisses in my lips, That I revived, and was an emperor.
  • 6. • Balthasar tries to convince Romeo to wait for more news. • Romeo is IMPULSIVE – plans to go to Verona, – kill himself because he thinks Juliet is dead and – lie forever in the Capulet’s tomb with Juliet. • Romeo believes fate has been trying to keep him apart from Juliet. • Therefore, he wants to “defy the stars” or goRomeo: Well, Juliet, I will lie with thee to-night. against fate by being with her, even if they can only be together in death.
  • 7. • Romeo wants fast acting poison before leaving Mantua. – The poison is illegal in Mantua. – Anyone who sells it can be executed. – Romeo hopes the poor and desperate apothecary he saw earlier will sell him this illegal poison. – Romeo tries to buy the poison but – the apothecary doesn’t want to break the law
  • 8. • In a conversation with the apothecary: – Romeo points out that the apothecary is already starving to death, so what is there to be afraid of. – Apothecary needs the money so he sells the poison to Romeo. – Romeo pays the apothecary 40 gold coins.Apothecary: My poverty, but • This is a lot ofnot my will, consents. money.
  • 9.  Romeo says that the “gold” is a poison that kills men’s souls.  Money is worse than the poison.  Romeo assures the apothecary that he will not be in troubleRomeo – equates the poison to a cordial, a healing Apothecary medicine which restores life. – He sees his death as something joyous not evil.
  • 10. Act 5, Scene 2Friar Laurence: Unhappy fortune! • Verona • Friar John did not deliver the letter to Romeo –he was quarantined in a house due to the plague.
  • 11. • Friar Lawrence realizes that – Juliet will wake in 3 hours, so – he must go and free Juliet from the Capulet tomb. – He sends Friar John to retrieve a crowbar to open the tomb.• Friar Lawrence plans to send another letter to Romeo telling him: – that Juliet is alive, – hiding in Friar’s room, and Friar Laurence: Poor living – Romeo must come and corse, closed in a dead mans get her. tomb!
  • 12. Act 5, Scene 3 • Verona graveyard • Paris and a servant go to the graveyard. – Paris wants to put flowers at Juliet’s tomb. – Wants to be alone with Juliet. – The servant signalsParis: Sweet flower, with flowers thy bridal bed I that someone isstrew,-- coming.O woe! thy canopy is dust and stones;--. . .Nightly shall be to strew thy grave and weep. – Paris hides and waits to see who comes.
  • 13. • Romeo and Balthasar Romeo to Balthasar: By heaven, I will tear arrive next at the Capulet thee joint by joint tomb. And strew this hungry churchyard with thy limbs: The time and my intents are savage-wild. . . – Balthasar is threatened by Romeo to forget everything he sees and – to not interrupt him. – Romeo gives him a suicide letter to give to his father the next day.• Romeo tells Balthasar that – he is going to open the tomb to retrieve a very important ring. – Romeo warns Balthasar to leave or he will kill him.
  • 14. • Balthasar – he hides and watches. • Paris sees Romeo enter the graveyard and open the Capulet tomb. – Paris thinks thatParis to Romeo: This is that banishd haughty Romeo is there toMontague,That murderd my loves cousin, with which grief, desecrate the tomb.It is supposed, the fair creature died;And here is come to do some villanous shame – Paris tries to stopTo the dead bodies: I will apprehend him. Romeo.
  • 15. • Romeo tells Paris – he wants to be alone with Juliet and that he is a “madman”. – he wants to kill himself. – Paris should leave the graveyard and live.• Paris refuses and fights Romeo.• Paris’s servant – sees them fighting and Romeo to Paris: Put not another sin upon my – goes to find the head, By urging me to fury: O, be gone! guards. By heaven, I love thee better than myself; For I come hither armd against myself: Stay not, be gone; live, and hereafter say, A madmans mercy bade thee run away.
  • 16. • Romeo kills Paris. – Paris wants to be laid next to Juliet in the tomb. • Romeo – notices Juliet still has color in her lips and cheeks – drinks the poison and dies.Romeo: O true apothecary! (He drinks.) • Friar Lawrence arrivesThy drugs are quick. Thus with a kiss Idie. too late.
  • 17. • Friar Lawrence enters the tomb. Juliet to Friar Laurence: – He finds Romeo and Paris O comfortable friar! where is my lord? dead. I do remember well where I should be, And there I am. Where is my Romeo?• Juliet wakes up.• Friar Lawrence tries to convince Juliet to leave the tomb because the guards are coming.• Juliet can hide in a convent.• She refuses to leave the tomb and Romeo.• Friar Lawrence leaves and hides (coward?)
  • 18. • Juliet stays with Romeo – She finds the vial of poison. – She tries to drink from the empty vial. – She kisses Romeo hoping that some poison remains on his lips. – Neither action kills her.Juliet: Yea, noise? then Ill be brief. O happydagger! • Juliet hears the guards.Snatching ROMEOs daggerThis is thy sheath; – She grabs Romeo’sStabs herself dagger andthere rust, and let me die.Falls on ROMEOs body, and dies – stabs herself. – She dies.
  • 19. At last the “star-crossed lovers”are united for eternity in death.
  • 20. • The Guards arrive and find three dead bodies.• They find the Prince and the families.• The other guards find Balthasar and Friar Lawrence.
  • 21. • Juliet’s parents and the Prince arrive.• Lady Montague has died of grief because Romeo was banished from Verona.• Friar Lawrence – knows what happened. – He also says he is both guilty and innocent for the deaths. – Friar Laurence tells the entire story of Romeo and Juliet’s love and deaths (lesson)
  • 22. • Balthasar (Romeo’s servant) – fills in the holes in Friar Laurence’s story. – He gives Romeo’s letter to the Prince.• The letter confirms everything that Friar Laurence said.
  • 23. • Prince Escalus – tells both families that they are responsible for the deaths. – Their hate caused this. • The Prince also blames himself becauseParis: See, what a scourge is laid upon yourhate, – He should haveThat heaven finds means to kill your joys with enforced the lawlove.And I for winking at your discords too andHave lost a brace of kinsmen: all are punishd. – stopped the feud.
  • 24. • Lord Capulet and Lord Montague – see what damage they have caused.• They families end their long-standing feud.• Lord Montague will build a pure gold statue of Juliet so that all may know of her love and Prince: A glooming peace this morning with it loyalty. brings; The sun, for sorrow, will not show his head:• Lord Capulet pledges Go hence, to have more talk of these sad things; to build a statue of Some shall be pardond, and some punished: For never was a story of more woe Romeo. Than this of Juliet and her Romeo.
  • 25. The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet