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Romeo And Juliet Intro Info
Romeo And Juliet Intro Info
Romeo And Juliet Intro Info
Romeo And Juliet Intro Info
Romeo And Juliet Intro Info
Romeo And Juliet Intro Info
Romeo And Juliet Intro Info
Romeo And Juliet Intro Info
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Romeo And Juliet Intro Info

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  • 1.  
  • 2. ROMEO AND JULIET SETTING: Verona, Italy 1300’s (14 th century)
  • 3. ROMEO AND JULIET CHARACTERS: Sampson – Capulet servant Gregory – Capulet servant Abram – Montague servant Balthasar – Montague servant
  • 4. CHARACTERS Juliet Capulet - Protagonist Tybalt – Juliet’s cousin Lady Capulet – Juliet’s mother Capulet – Juliet’s father
  • 5. CHARACTERS Romeo Montague – Protagonist Lady Montague – Romeo’s mother Montague – Romeo’s father
  • 6. CHARACTERS Prince Escalus – Prince of Verona Paris – Count who loves Juliet/ relative of the prince Rosaline – Girl that Romeo is in love with at the beginning (is a Capulet)
  • 7. CHARACTERS Nurse – Juliet’s nurse and confidante Friar Laurence – Romeo’s confidante
  • 8. CHARACTERS Benvolio – Romeo’s cousin Mercutio – Romeo’s friend / relative of Prince
  • 9.
    • RENAISSANCE WORDS:
    • art -- are
    • ay – yes
    • coz – cousin
    • doth – does
    • God-den – good evening
    • God gi’ go-den – God give you a
    • good evening
    • marry – by the Virgin Mary (swear)
    • nay – no
  • 10.
    • soft – wait a minute
    • thee – you
    • thine – you
    • thou art – you are
    • ‘ tis – it is
    • wherefore – why
    • whither – where
    • wilt – will

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