Everyone is in a mad rush to get the wedding preparations finished in time when we know that there will be no wedding.
An example of dramatic irony in Romeo and Juliet in Act 2 Scene 1, is in the Capulet's moonlit garden. Juliet is talking to herself about Romeo not realizing he is below her balcony gazing up at her.
an example of dramatic irony in romeo and Juliet act 3 scene 2 is when Juliet is talking to herself at the beginning of the act. some examples of this are when she says "that runaways' eyes may wink: and, romeo, leap to these arms, untalk'd of and unseen,
An example of dramatic irony can be seen in Romeo and Juliet Act 2. A nurse enters the scene and the characters all think she is a stranger. However, the audience knows she is there to talk to Romeo about Juliet.
Capulet and Paris are making wedding plans for Juliet, unaware that she is already married.
Mercutio is making fun of Romeo loving Rosaline when he doesn't love her any more.
There is dramatic irony in Act II Scene 1 when Mercutio is taunting the unseen Romeo about his love for Rosaline. Romeo knows, and the audience knows, that Romeo doesn't care about her any more.
At one point, there is dramatic irony when Juliet drinks the potion that will make her appear as if she was dead for 42 hours. It just made her appear dead, but when Romeo went into the tomb, he thought that she WAS dead. He then drank real poison. In just a few short minutes, Juliet woken up to find Romeo dead. Another example of dramatic irony is Act 3 Scene 4 when Juliet's father, Capulet, agrees and says yes to Paris that Juliet will marry him. The dramatic irony is that the reader knows the truth that Juliet is already married to Romeo and Juliet can not be married to both Paris and Romeo. Also we as the reader know that Romeo and Juliet will die in the end due to the prolouge. None of the characters know this. Also, both families insist they will never forgive one another and end the feud, but we know from the prologue that they will.
In Act 2 scene 4, when Benvolio and Mercutio are talking to Romeo, Juliet's nurse arrives and as Benvolio and Mercutio are making fun of her being large and are disrespecting her, none of them know that she is Juliet's Nurse and his there to talk to Romeo about him and Juliet.
"If you be not of the house of Montague, I pray come and crush a cup of wine." in Act 1 scene 2
"That may be, sir, when I may be a wife." Juliet knows that she cannot be Paris's wife, and so do we, and so does the Friar, but Paris does not know it.
which scene and act, may i ask? in scene 4 of act 3, it is agreed that Juliet is to be married to Paris, all of which a complication because Juliet is already married to Romeo, an example of dramatic irony since the audience knows this as truth while Juliet's family does not. I'm presuming this is the desired act and scene, since this is the one i searched for when attempting to answer some questions of my own.
Romeo declares his love for Juliet in the second scene.
Capulet announces to Juliet that she will marry Paris on the morning after her marriage to Romeo, which makes it impossible for her to marry Paris. Shakespeare uses dramatic irony in this scene. The audience knows why Juliet cannot marry Paris, but Capulet does not.
in the final scene, both romeo and Juliet die.
The people who die in the final scene of Romeo and Juliet (Act 5, Scene 3) are, in order: Count Paris, Romeo and Juliet.
There are five scenes in Romeo and Juliet which are scene 1.
the theme of that scene is simple shakespeare was trying to show how overly dramatic and often irrational young love can be
There is no act 5 scene 4 in Romeo and Juliet.
I have never seen the movie/read the book, or even heard of it, but you CAN do this very easily by yourself. Dramatic Irony is when you're reading a book, etc. and you know something that the other characters don't know. Good Luck! Hope it helped! My English teacher taught me this while reading Romeo and Juliet
the best scenes are the balcony scene and the last scene (when Romeo and Juliet die)
In scene one, Mercutio is trying to cure Romeo of his love for Rosaline, when he's already cured of it.
An example of irony in Romeo and Juliet occurred in Act 1, Scene 5 when Juliet tells her nurse to go find out if Romeo is married, saying that her wedding bed would be her grave if he was. The audience knows how that would turn out. An example of dramatic irony in Hamlet is when Hamlet thinks he's talking to a ghost, but is really crazy. The audience knows what is happening with each character in the play, even though the individual characters in the play do not.
Romeo compares Juliet to the sun.
Romeo and Juliet meet.
Juliet from the play Romeo and Juliet - Its from the Balcony scene