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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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