Are there any photographs of Romeo and Juliet?
Romeo and Juliet were characters in a Shakespearean play. There have been several stage and film adaptations. There are photos available from the various versions.
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Romeo and Juliet were a pair of "star-crossed lovers". They were two young kids who simply fell in love with the wrong person. They came from two different,feuding families and their love was doomed to fail because of it. In the end, they died for each other.
Romeo and Juliet is about 2 star crossed lovers. Romeo is from the Montague family, Juliet is from the Capulet family,and these 2 familys are fueding in the play. Romeo and Juliet fall in love and run into all types of problems.At the end of the play, they tried to be together happily but end up sad…ly dying. What you need to know that is important is that romeo and Juliet are star crossed lovers which means they were destined to meet, destined to fall in love, and destined to die.This was all controlled by fate, and none of romeo and juliets actions could change what fate was going to do. Fate plays a very important role in this play. Classic love story including the two characters who fall in love but the two families are rivals or whatever and they end up killing themselves too star crossed lovers (MORE)
Romeo & Juliet is a love story or play. It is mostly about those 2 love-struck people. Check library to find out more! Also Romeo and Juliet explains the disadvantages of enemity and how it makes u regret
In the real script is says roughly that when Juliet finds out that she needs to marry Paris she goes to the priest and he gives her a potion that makes her seem dead for 42 hours, so she will be taken to the family tomb, and when she wakes up romeo will be there. Romeo does not get the message, thin…ks she is dead and goes to buy poison. He goes to see her, sees her dead and takes the poison. She wakes up and sees Romeo dead next to her. The priest comes and finds Romeo dead, he runs away. Juliet tries to kiss the poison off of Romeo's lips but there is not enough so she picks up Romeo's dagger and stabs herself. (MORE)
oooooh i love this...\n. \n. \n. \n. \nJuliet symbolizes light shining in darkness. she is compared to this throughout the book. the cool part is romeo is continually referred to as night. so basically "juliet is the sun" and romeo is the night... and guess what.\n. \n. \n. \n. \n. \nthe ni…ght and the sun never get to see eachother!!!!! (MORE)
Juliet dies in Romeo and Juliet by suicide. She sees Romeo besideher in the tomb and sees that he is dead, and takes his dagger andkills herself.
Millions. West Side Story is a readily accessible reinterpretation of Shakespeare's story, assuming that's what you meant by comparable...
I couldn't find any, but if it's onomatopoeia you want then it's onomatopoeia you will get plentily in Macbeth. Check out those witches: boil and bubble.
Romeo is a Montague, only son of Montague. Juliet is a Capulet (enemy of the Montagues), only daughter of Capulet.
The Capulet tomb Well, yes. Romeo thinks Juliet is dead because of his servent and doesn't hear the real plan because the guards stopped the priest from delivering the message. Romeo drinks poison. Later, Juliet wakes up and sees this, uses his dagger to commit suicide. Hope this helps!
She goes from being obedient to her parents in the beginning to not by marrying romeo without their consent. bcoz i think there are two main persons in this story...and also it can be Juliet loved Juliet -.-''
Romeo and Juliet are in love, but their parents are enemies so they would not allow them to love each other and they both end up dying
Romeo and Juliet talk in four and only four scenes: the party scene (1,5), the balcony scene (2,2), their wedding (2,6), and the morning after their wedding night (3,5). In all of these scenes, Romeo answers Juliet many times.
He doesn't ask "will you marry me" if that's what you mean. Basically, they just plan to get married the next morning after they had met.
She would most likely have a good education because her family is prestigious. If her parents would get a kinsman of the prince to marry her, surely they would give her the very best education.
Romeo kills himself using a potion because he thinks Juliet is dead when what she really did was drink a potion which made her sleep, so that she doesn't marry Paris. Juliet wakes up and hesitates before going with the Friar. In that moment, she sees Romeo dead. She cries "O happy dagger! This is …thy sheath; there rust, and let me die." Then Juliet takes the knife that Romeo had and kills herself. I think the ending is a but stupid! but i guess that's true love... Correction: Romeo buys poison from the apothecary when Balthazar tells him that Juliet it dead. Do not confuse the poison with the potion. (MORE)
she means that even if a rose was called a lilly it would still be as beautiful she means that even if romeo were a smith or Jones he would still be as wonderful
she was the daughter in the family Capulet. the family was rivals with the Montagues (whom romeo was). Juliet was betrothed to Paris but was was in love with romeo.
The metaphor he uses most often is a shining light. When he first sees her, at Capulet's feast, he says, "O, she doth teach the torches to burn bright!" (Act 1, Scene 5) When he is in Capulet's garden and sees her come to her window, he says, "But, soft! what light through yonder window breaks? / It… is the east, and Juliet is the sun." (Act 2, Scene 2) (MORE)
Sure are. Juliet gets some great ones, like "Gallop apace, you fiery-footed steeds" at the beginning of Act 3 Scene 2, and "The clock struck nine when I did send the nurse" in Act 2 Scene 5, or "Farewell! God knows when we shall meet again" in Act 4 Scene 3.
its about two people who fall in love with each other but their families hate each other
Romeo and Juliet is about 2 star crossed lovers. Romeo is from the Montague family, Juliet is from the Capulet family,and these 2 familys are fueding in the play. Romeo and Juliet fall in love and run into all types of problems.At the end of the play, they tried to be together happily but end up sad…ly dying. What you need to know that is important is that romeo and Juliet are star crossed lovers which means they were destined to meet, destined to fall in love, and destined to die.This was all controlled by fate, and none of romeo and juliets actions could change what fate was going to do. Fate plays a very important role in this play. (MORE)
Juliet's goal of the story was just to be with Romeo. She knew her parents were fighting with Romeo's so she justs wants them all to get along and to make her parent's understand how she feels about Romeo. In the end, it didn't work out so good as you might know.
Juliet is worried that somebody other than the nurse and Friar Lawrence will find out that she married Romeo. She is trying to keep her marriage a secret because she thinks that people seeing a Capulet marrying a Montague will not accept it.
well, the confidant of Juliet would be the nurse. because she secretly assisted Juliet in communication between the two main characters, (keeping it a secret from the parents of Juliet), Juliet even asked romeo to marry her through the nurse. :) , oh and if you want to know who romeos is its either:… Mercutio, his cousin (i don't recall the name), or father Laurence who is the most likely. (MORE)
These are all the people we see he speak to/of: Capulet - her father Lady Capulet - her mother Nurse - her childhood 'nanny' Tybalt - her cousin Paris - her would-be cousin Friar Lawrence - her spiritual guide Romeo - her husband
Are you kidding, read the book. She is the daughter of Lord & Lady Capulet, Romeo's Wife, and the one of the MAIN CHARACTERS in the book.
Juliet is a very conflicted character, bound by family, and lost in love. Juliet needs to be pensive and nearly breathless when she thinks of Romeo, downright helpless when her father tries to force her to marry Paris, and considerably sound minded when she decides to kill herself. The biggest thing… I can tell you is to ham it up. Shakespeare's plays were passionate and emotional, and nobody enjoys a cardboard Juliet. Also, the line "Wherefore art thou Romeo;" it means "WHY are you Romeo," not "Where are you Romeo!" That bugs me most of all; that most people don't know that. That is one of her most important lines, and most people do not even know what it means! She says that, because Romeo is a Montague, and she belongs to the family of their sworn enemies. That is why she moves on to say "Deny thy father and refuse thy name." So remember, lost in love, resolute, ham it up, and "WHY are you Romeo." (MORE)
I don't think so ... Because since Juliet was 13 or 14, and Romeo was 15 or 16 ...
Romeo and Juliet have traditional family values with the emphasis on loyalty to there loved ones as well as each other. Some of the traditional family values explored in the play are that suicide is the way to go if a loved one dies, that one should keep secrets from one's parents and disobey them, …that fighting with deadly weapons in the street is ok as long as you don't accidentally kill someone or try to break the fight up, that it's cool to crash parties, and that if you are really desperate for a solution for your problems, the answer probably lies in drugs. (MORE)
When Juliet is talking with Paris about the upcoming wedding and she says "What must be shall be" (4.1.21). This use of tautology or circular reasoning also foreshadows fate and is another example of what Juliet and Romeo will do to be together.
She is very naive at times, she's stubborn but also a little open-minded. She really loves Romeo, as he loves her. She wants to be free to do her own thing, but feels so trapped. She wants to be free and with Romeo.
Juliet is the lead female character, the controversial star-crossed love interest for Romeo. Both characters are Italian, yet for some odd reason they have English sounding surnames. No, Montague is not the curator of the Classic-car museum, Lord Montagu of Beaulieu. the place is haunted, but Lord B…eaulieu ( pronounced roughly- Byooi-lee) has only seen Rolls Royce Silver Ghosts and Phantoms in the museum garages! (MORE)
Romeo and Juliet were star-crossed lovers in Shakespeare's play of the same name. Their families were sworn enemies but, despite this, they marry - the play is a tragedy (both Romeo and Juliet die, along with a number of other characters).
Romeo and Juliet , written by William Shakespeare in the 1500's, is a tragedy about a young couple, Romeo and Juliet. Romeo is a Montague, and Juliet is a Capulet. Their families are enemies but they fall in love anyway and secretly get married. When Romeo kills Juliet's cousin, Tybalt, for revenge… over the death of his friend, Mercutio, Romeo is banished from Verona, where they live. Juliet's father Lord Capulet, (who doesn't know about Romeo and Juliet's secret marriage) says that she must marry Paris (a family friend) on Thursday, which is soon. Juliet says she would rather die then marry Paris and goes to Friar Lawrence (the priest who married them) for help. Friar Lawrence then gives Juliet a potion that will make it look like she's dead, but she will really be asleep. Friar Lawerence sends a letter to Romeo where he is banished to tell him the plan of Juliets 'fake death'. Romeo never gets the letters. When Romeo's friend (a man who knows of Romeo and Juliet's marriage) is walking through the streets, he comes upon Juliet's funeral, thinking she is actually dead. In a hurry, the man goes to Romeo and tells him that Juliet is dead. Romeo, depressed and emotional, decides to kill himself. He goes to an apothacary (man/woman who sells medicines) to buy real poison. The poison is illegal but Romeo uses the apothacary's extreme poverty to convince him to sell the deadly potion. Romeo then travels to the tomb where Juliet is laid and kisses her. He notices that her cheeks and lips are still pink and comments about how she is so beautiful, even in death. (She's not actually dead, though.) Then, Romeo drinks the poison right as Juliet wakes up from her 'fake death' sleep. She watches Romeo die. Juliet, not willing to live without Romeo, kisses his lips in hoping to die from the remnants of the poison. The poison isn't quick enough for Juliet, though, so she takes Romeo's dagger and stabs herself in the chest. Juliet dies. When the Montagues and the Capulets discover Romeo and Juliet's marriage and death, they end their family feud. They decide to put up gold statues of Romeo and Juliet in their memory. The End. Tragic, huh? (MORE)
We never hear any of them speak on stage. Juliet did have at least one aunt and uncle: Lady Capulet says that Tybalt was her "brother's child" in Act III Scene I. Also, in the guest list for the Capulet party, Capulet refers to "mine uncle Capulet, his wife, and daughters; my fair niece Rosaline and… Livia" which suggests that Rosaline was the child of Juliet's uncle. (MORE)
NO! The final quote of the play is as follows: PRINCE ESCALUS: A glooming peace this morning with it brings. The sun for sorrow will not show his head. Go hence, to have more talk of these sad things; Some shall be pardon'd, and some punished; For never was a story of more woe >>>>>>> Than this …of Juliet and her Romeo. (MORE)
They are both in Act 1 Scene 5 (the party scene), Act 2 Scene 2 (the balcony scene), Act 2 Scene 6 (the wedding), Act 3 Scene 5 (the morning after the wedding night), and Act 5 Scene 3 (the last scene)
Juliet is thirteen, almost fourteen. Romeo's age is not given. He could be anything from sixteen to his mid-twenties. It's unlikely that he is much older than that given his behaviour.
Well, since I have seen this play, I remember that Juliet sees Romeo dead and as a true lover like her would do, she got the knife/dagger from his pocket and stabbed herself to death.......That was the end for Juliet and her Romeo /
If you really want graphic and gruesome in a Shakespeare play, you should check out Titus Andronicus. But even Romeo and Juliet has its moments. Like in Act 1 Scene 1: Sampson: 'Tis all one. I will show myself a tyrant. When I have fought with the men I will be cruel with the maids--I will cut off …their heads. Gregory: The heads of the maids? Sampson: Ay, the heads of the maids, or their maidenheads. Take it in what sense thou wilt. Or Act 3 Scene 2 Nurse: I saw the wound, I saw it with mine eyes, (God save the mark!) here on his manly breast. A piteous corse, a bloody piteous corse, Pale, pale as ashes, all bedaubed in blood, All in gore-blood. Or Act 4 Scene 3 Juliet: Oh, if I wake shall I not be distraught, Environed with all these hideous fears, And madly play with my forefathers' joints And pluck the mangled Tybalt from his shroud, And, in this rage, with some great kinsman's bone As with a club dash out my desp'rate brains. (MORE)
Well, this guy who she really likes shows up in her backyard where she's standing at a window in her nightie talking about how much she likes him. Out loud. To herself. Who wouldn't be embarassed?
because she chooses to kill herself instead of going away with the friar. althought they were secretly maarried with romeo she could have still moved on with her life.
They: . kissed (a lot) . got married . spent one night together . committed teenage suicide . tried to run away together . had fallen in love Romeo killed Juliet's cousin (they obviously had trouble dealing with hormones)
Her father. She says she is sorry for being disobedient and she'll marry Paris if that is what he wants. Like many apologies to parents, this is a flat-out lie.
They got married. So did he. They were human beings. So was he. That's about it. As you can see, Shakespeare did not draw any of his plots or stories from his own life. That's why it doesn't really matter that we know so little about his life.
Juliet is the only Daughter of the wealthy Nobleman Lord Capulet and his lady. Romeo is the son of An equally wealthy family, Lord and Lady Montegue. All six of these people are Characters in Shakespeare's most famous play, Romeo and Juliet.
Oy, did they ever! They were in love but their parents were sure to object to their marriage. Juliet's cousin was determined to kill Romeo. Juliet had only ever been outside her house to go to church and had no clue how the world worked. Neither of them had the skills to survive without their parent…s' money. (MORE)
Tybalt is the son of the brother of Juliet's mother. That is tosay, Tybalt's father and Juliet's mother were brother and sister.This means, of course, that Tybalt was not a Capulet, since it wasJuliet's father and his brothers and sisters who were theCapulets.
Good grief, yes. Just for starters, how about the costumes people choose for themselves at the Capulet party. Each is symbolic of some aspect of the character of the person wearing it. The storm clouds which form over the ruined theatre where Mercutio is killed are an example of pathetic fallacy, wh…ere the weather symbolizes the mood of the characters. (MORE)