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What does Sampson do to Abraham in Romeo and Juliet?
He bites his thumb at him which in our culture would be equivalent to someone giving us "the finger"
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In romeo and Juliet Gregory and Sampson both play flat characters what personality traits do they embody and what purpose do they serve in the play?
the start an up roar and elevate the mutiny of the old feud...basically they restarted the feud
He's the Montague's servant
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)
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.
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.
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 t…o death.......That was the end for Juliet and her Romeo /
they are Montague servants
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.
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 Ju…liet 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 sadly 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
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 an…d their love was doomed to fail because of it. In the end, they died for each other.
Only 13 years old. She would have been fourteen in another 2 weeks.
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oooooh i love this... Juliet symbolizes light shining in darkness. she is compared to this throughout the book. the cool part is romeo is co…ntinually referred to as night. so basically "juliet is the sun" and romeo is the night... and guess what. the night and the sun never get to see eachother!!!!!
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