Romeo and Juliet Act 2 Notes - Wappingers Central School ...
Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare Act 2 Scenes 1 & 2 By Erin Salona Act 2, Prologue Summarizes Act 1 Addresses the speed in which Romeo and Juliet have fallen in love Makes fun at the way in which Romeo abandoned Rosaline quickly for Juliet Now old desire doth in his death-bed lie, And young affection gapes to be his heir; That fair for which love groan'd for and would die, With tender Juliet match'd, is now not fair.
Act 2, Scene 1 Romeos friends, Mercutio Mercutio calls out to and Benvolio, go looking for Romeo. They think that Romeo is still in love with Rosaline. Benvolio and Mercutio do not know that Romeo is headed to the Capulet orchard. They do not know Romeo is now in love with Juliet Romeo in search of him by teasing him about Rosalines seductive beauty. Romeo hides.
Benvolio asks that he leave Romeo alone. After much joking around, Mercutio and Benvolio give ght eyes, bribed. 's e n li a s o up and go home to R e e by : I conjure th p,
Mercutio er scarlet li h d n a d a h e h re quivering thig d n By her high fo a g le t h
ot, straig adjacent lie, By her fine fo re e th t a th s esne s! And the dem u appear to u o th s s e n e k
li That in thy Act 2, Scene 1 Romeo symbolically separates from his friends in this scene when he jumps over the Capulet wall. He cannot let his friends know he is in love with Juliet. For Mercutio, love is a physical conquest. Mercutio is Romeos foil in that Romeo views love romantically & spiritually. Act 2, Scenes 1 & 2 Romeo describes Juliet
in terms of light images. Juliet is the sun, a torch, bright angel Juliet = light & truth Rosaline = darkness & moon Romeo has moved beyond darkness to light Act 2, Scene 2 The Famous Balcony Scene Romeo climbs over the Capulets garden wall and hides in the garden below Juliets window. He cant decide to speak or listen Romeo: Shall I hear more, or
shall I speak at this Act 2, Scene 2 Romeo overhears Juliet talking to herself in her famous soliloquy Her monologue lets Romeo know she is interested in him Juliet says that she will Juliet: What's in a name? that which we call a rose By any other name would smell as sweet; So Romeo would, were he not Romeo call'd, Retain that dear perfection which he owes Without that title. Romeo, doff thy name, And for that name which is no part of thee Take all myself. disown her family so she can be with Romeo. Juliet hates the name
Montague not the person Romeo. Act 2, Scene 2 Romeo answers Juliet. Romeo is willing to change his name just to be with Juliet and says that Juliets family cannot stop their love. Juliet says that she is afraid that her family will kill Romeo if they find him. Romeo replies: I have night's cloak to hide me from their sight; And but thou love me, let them find me here: My life were better ended by their hate, Than death prorogued, wanting of thy love.
Act 2, Scene 2 Romeo says he would rather die than live without Juliet. After hearing Romeo speak words of love, Juliet wonders if their love came too quickly and easily. Act 2, Scene 2 Juliet doesnt want Romeo to promise that he loves her; she wants him to prove it through his actions by proposing marriage! Romeo proposes and
Juliet accepts. Juliet says that if Romeo is serious about marriage, he must go and arrange the wedding. They have not known each other 24 hours! Act 2, Scene 2 Notice the scenes in which Romeo and Juliet are together are dark. Darkness = secrecy Romeo must leave Juliet when it becomes light. Light = truth & exposure (their families are natural enemies)
Act 2, Scene 2 Romeo views Juliet as a very pure; he uses religious imagery by calling her dear saint and bright angel. Romeo says he will have the wedding arranged by 9:00 am. Romeo goes to the Friar to arrange the marriage. Juliet promises to follow Romeo through the world after marriage no matter what. FORESHADOWING Works Cited
Chichester, Karen. Romeo and Juliet Outlines by Act. Jefferson High School: Livonia, Michigan. SlideShare.net. SlideShare Inc. Sept. 2008. Web. 18 May 2010. 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.
Accessed February 7, 2013. False False False False True Scabies do not survive more than 2-3 days without human skin - thus, putting infested clothes or furniture fabric in a plastic bag for a week will kill the parasite. Ask...
O AutoCAD é um programa de CAD (Computer Aided Draft and Design - Desenho e Projecto Auxiliado por Computador - ou somente CAD). A AutoDesk Inc. apresentou a Versão 1.0 do AutoCAD na COMDEX em Las Vegas em novembro de...
Fauvism 1905-1908 Style Characteristics Emphasis on intense unnatural colour Bold brushstrokes Bold, flat patterns and shapes Simplicity of form Energy through lines Colour for colour's sake rather than representational values Bold distortions Exaggerated perspectives Expressive use of colour, line and...
Oral Presentation Tips S. Lambert and R. Fraser ME100 September 2006 Objective The objective of this presentation is to provide guidance on oral presentation structure and content for students in ME100.
This allows DDT to be passed along in the food web (bioaccumulate) and since organisms higher in higher trophic levels require more food to obtain their energy, DDT is biomagnified. Predatory birds at the top of the food chain lay...
Table of Contents The Business Analysis project is designed to enhance NSF's position in leading the advancement of U.S. science and engineering research and education The approach will result in an integrated "roadmap" for NSF's future success The Business Analysis...
Ready to download the document? Go ahead and hit continue!