What does day symbolize with Romeo and Juliet the play?
day symbolizes hatred and fighting because all the fights happen during the day and Romeo and Juliet can't be together during day.
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It's about a week, like 5 days. The play starts on Sunday and ends on Friday morning.
Leonard Whiting plays Romeo in Franco Zeffirelli's 1968 movie of Romeo and Juliet. Leonardo DiCaprio played him in the 1996 Baz Luhrman movie. He has also been played on film …by Leslie Howard, Lawrence Harvey, Christopher Neame, Patrick Ryecart, Antoni Cimolino, Jonathan Firth and about 50 more actors and ballet dancers according to the IMdb. Plus he has been played on stage innumerable times in the 415 years or so since the play premiered. Some famous Romeos on stage have been Henry Irving (1882) and Laurence Olivier and John Gielgud (who played opposite Peggy Ashcroft on alternating nights) in 1935.
Olivia Hussey plays Juliet in Franco Zeffirelli's 1968 movie of Romeo and Juliet. Claire Danes played her in the 1996 Baz Luhrman movie. She has also been played on film by No…rma Shearer, Susan Shentall, Ann Hasson, Rebecca Saire, Megan Porter Follows, Geraldine Somerville and about 50 more actresses and ballet dancers according to the IMdb. Plus she has been played on stage innumerable times in the 415 years or so since the play premiered. Some famous Juliets on stage have been Fanny Kemble (1829) and Peggy Ashcroft (who played opposite Laurence Olivier and John Gielgud on alternating nights) in 1935.
I just did that. but im too lasy to type it out for you :P
\nSymbolize is a loaded word... It means "representd." "$" represents money, or "MPH" represents "Miles Per Hour," but those are specific and direct things. If I showed you th…e color red and asked you, "What does this remind you of?" Guaranteed, you would give me a laundry list of answers. That is why your question is loaded. \n. \nHow to find Symbols and their Meanings?\n. \nStep 1. What does the writer or author keep coming back to? Major Topics or Issues? Race, Identity, Love, Family, Freedom, Success, etc.\n. \nStep 2. What was the CONFLICT (problem) in the situation/plot/story?\n. \nStep 3. What did the character do to cause that problem, but hopefully resolve it?\n. \nStep 4. Is there a relationship between the character, the conflict and the Major Topics?\n. \nFIND PATTERNS!!!\n. \nNOW FOR THE LAZY ANSWER....\n. \nRomeo can represent one of 4 things...\n. \n1. Indecision- Remember who made all of the decisions throughout the conflict...\n. \n2. Lust- How many girls did Romeo have a crush on? Juliet and ROSALINE! Did he really love and care for Rosaline? (Listen to what his friends Mercutio and Benvolio have to say about her!)\n. \n3. Cowardice- Remember how Romeo fights? He never starts them, but everyone seems to die around him, even his mother. How does he react when these people die? Tears, profuse apologies, and tread marks from his shoes...\n. \n4. Foolish Love- Would you really marry someone you just met? He and Juliet met, married, mated, and then became martyrs in less than a week! \n. \nSo, there you have it.
Night symbolizes love because that's the only time Romeo and Juliet can be together.
Day 1: All of Act 1, starting with the brawl in the morning and Capulet's feast at night. Day 2: Starting at about midnight in Act 2 Scene 1, up to 9 am by Act 2 Scene 4. B…y Act 3 Scene 1 it is about noon, and Romeo and Juliet are married. Mercutio and Tybalt die in the afternoon and Romeo and Juliet consummate their marriage that night. Just before they do, however, Capulet and Paris have a conversation in Act 3 Scene 3 where Capulet says "What day is this?" and Paris responds "Monday" Day 2 is therefore Monday and the wedding is set for Thursday, which is Day 5. Day 3: Starts in Act 3 Scene 4 at about 6 am when Juliet and Romeo wake up. In Act 4 Scene 2 Capulet changes the wedding to the next morning (i.e. Wednesday). The Tuesday ends with Juliet taking the potion in Act 4 Scene 4. Day 4: Wednesday starts with Act 4 Scene 5. Juliet is discovered to be apparently dead and will be buried late that morning. Day 5: Balthasar brings the news to Romeo in Verona and Romeo prepares to return to Verona. He arrives at night, about 42 hours after Juliet took the potion on Tuesday night. The night passes very quickly. Day 6: A glooming peace this morning with it brings. It is early in the morning, and the play is at an end. It started Sunday morning and ends the following Friday morning, five days later.
well this story became a tragety because of Juliet so i think a bloody white rose and dagger would simbolys Juliet better for she is the pure angel that became rebelious at th…e idea of marriage and became the dagger who who helped shed blood for her self
Purple and yellow
The Lead female character, paramour of Romeo.
Romeo is the Montague's one and only son (and child at all). He is also the lover/husband of Juliet (the one and only Capulet daughter and child).
Stars symbolize a number of things. Primarily, fate, as in "star-crossed lovers", then I defy you stars", "some consequence yet hanging in the stars", or "the yoke of inauspic…ious stars". But they are also symbolic of the light and brightness which exists at night, the time of love. Thus Capulet says "Look to behold this night earth-treading stars that make dark heaven light." Juliet will take Romeo and "cut him out in little stars, and he will make the face of heaven so fine that all the world will be in love with night and pay no worship to the garish sun." Romeo uses the starry-eyed symbolism too: "Two of the fairest stars in all the heaven, having some business, do entreat her eyes to twinkle in their spheres till they return."
Considering the fact that this play was written in Elizabethan times, has been performed countless times, and has been adapted to radio drama, movies and tv, the question is l…iterally impossible to answer with a one-name type answer like George C. Scott in the title role of (Patton),. I would estimate hundreds of actors have played Romeo over the centuries- just limiting it to professional productions including movies and TV.
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Juliet is one of the protagonists of 'Romeo and Juliet'. She is the only living child of the Capulet family and at a banquet hosted by her family, she meets and falls in love …with Romeo whom she later marries. At the end of the play, Romeo kills himself believing Juliet to be dead when she is actually only pretending to be dead. When she wakes up and sees Romeo's body, Juliet stabs herself to death.
Nothing. Shakespeare does not use the word "red" once. Nor is it an important concept. Compare the word "black" which is used eleven times in the play.