What are some examples of foreshadowing in Romeo and Juliet act 1 scene 4?
If you are asking what "foreshadowing" is, it's a literary technique where the author or playwright gives hints or clues about what will happen later in the story. If you have read Romeo and Juliet (and I hope you did, even if the language is difficult-- a lot of people have quoted from it or referred to it over the years... including pop stars like Taylor Swift; it will be helpful to you later on if you recognize some of those quotes and allusions), you know there are clues about what will happen to Romeo as well as what will happen to Juliet.
In Act 1, scene 4, Romeo and two of his friends are trying to get into a costume party held at Juliet's residence; although Romeo is masked, he is still worried that he will be discovered as a Montague. In fact, it's a dangerous thing for him to even try to attend the Capulets' party, since the Capulets and the Montagues are sworn enemies. He and his friends are joking around (and some of the jokes have two possible meanings, one of which is about sex... and yes, back then, they did joke about sex, just like today); but Romeo admits he is worried about attending the party: he says he had a dream that it was a bad idea to go.
But the real foreshadowing occurs next, after what seems like a bizarre speech from Romeo's friend Mercutio, about "faeries" (winged spirit-creatures often mentioned in myths). It's kind of an angry speech, a bitter recitation of how Queen Mab appears to various people (he gives examples) in their dreams and tempts them and gives them what turns out to be false hope. Romeo listens for a while and then says he has worries of his own: "Some consequence yet hanging in the stars/ Shall bitterly begin his fearful date/ With this night's revels, and expire the term/ Of a despisèd life closed in my breast/ By some vile forfeit of untimely death." In other words, he fears that tonight's party will be the beginning of something bad, something that might even lead to his death. There are other examples in the scene too, but having gotten you started, I hope you can re-read it and get more out of it.
You need to specify which act you are talking about.
Juliet says to the Nurse, "If he be married, My grave is like to be my wedding bed."
Oxymorons from Act I Scene V of Romeo & Juliet: "My only love sprung from my only hate!"
The love scene from Romeo and Juliet?
when romeo compares Juliet to a "winged messenger of heaven"=metaphor "it is the east and Juliet is the sun"= metaphor
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.
Romeo declares his love for Juliet in the second scene.
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,
The people who die in the final scene of Romeo and Juliet (Act 5, Scene 3) are, in order: Count Paris, Romeo and Juliet.
It is too rash, too unadvised, too sudden". Juliet believes that maybe they are rushing into things to quickly and should take it slow.
in the final scene, both romeo and Juliet die.
There are five scenes in Romeo and Juliet which are scene 1.
There is no act 5 scene 4 in Romeo and Juliet.
"Venus smiles not in a house of tears."
"the roses in thy lips and cheeks"
because it shows the true love romeo and Juliet share. It also starts foreshadowing their deaths because they plan to elope knowing that neither of their families will approve something horrific is bound to happen.
the best scenes are the balcony scene and the last scene (when Romeo and Juliet die)
Act 3 scene 1: Romeo: "Mercutio's soul is but a little way above our heads, staying for thine to keep him company. Either thou, or I, or both, must go with him."
Everything Romeo says during the balcony scene when he is spying on Juliet is an aside. I'm thinking of such lines as "she speaks!"
In this very short scene Friar Laurence does make some statements about the future: "The letter was not nice, but full of charge of dear import, and the neglecting it may do some damage." and "Within this three hours will fair Juliet wake; she will beshrew me much that Romeo hath had no notice of these accidents." The second of these contains a prediction, but an inaccurate one: Juliet will not complain about Romeo's lack… Read More
At lovers' perjuries, they say, Jove laughs.
Romeo sees Juliet at her window in Act 2, Scene 2 of Romeo and Juliet. He compares her to the 'fair sun' and also calls her 'bright angel.'
Act 2, Scene 4
Juliet from the play Romeo and Juliet - Its from the Balcony scene
in act 3 scene 1...when mercutio is talking with benvolio. juxaposition is show in both their personalities and the way in which they are acting in the scene.
In scene 2 of romeo and juliet, it was first mercutio who was making fun of romeo, then romeo (of course) being love sick and going to the capulets orchard to find juliet. So love, and romanticy was represented in scene 2, especially since romeo wanted to marry juliet after the 2nd day they met
Romeo and Juliet meet.
Act 2 Scene 6
Romeo compares Juliet to the sun.
In the final scene, Romeo kills Paris, Romeo poisons himself, and Juliet stabs herself.
In Act 1, Scene 1
act 5 scene 3
There are five scenes in Romeo and Juliet called "scene 1". You need to specify which one.
Some examples of foil in romeo and Juliet would be. Act one, scene 3. The Nurse and Juliets mother are having a fight about how old Juliet is. The example is when she says, "But, alas, it was once said in the ancient scriptures of Syria, the light upon the candle will tell the date."
First speaks Romeo, in Act I. Scene I. Romeo: "Is the day so young?"
Juliet during the infamous balcony scene in romeo and Juliet
In scene one, Mercutio is trying to cure Romeo of his love for Rosaline, when he's already cured of it.
The balcony scene... "Romeo, Romeo, wherefore art thou Romeo?" Probably the balcony scene
During the balcony scene in Romeo and Juliet, there is an aside. Juliet: Or, if thou wilt not, be but sworn my love, and I'll no longer be a Capulet. Romeo [Aside.]: Shall I hear more, or shall I speak at this? Juliet: 'Tis but thy name that is my enemy. Thou art thyself, though not a Montague.
if you mean act 5 Paris,romeo and Juliet
In Act 2, Scene 2 of Romeo and Juliet (the balcony scene), Juliet recognizes Romeo by his voice. "My ears have not yet drunk a hundred words of thy tongue's uttering, yet I know the sound."
There are four scene fives in Romeo and Juliet (one in each of acts 1, 2, 3, and 4). Which scene 5 are you talking about?
Romeo and Juliet experienced a wide range of feelings in the balcony scene. The feelings that Romeo and Juliet experienced was lust, frustration, growing love, despair, and secrecy.
Juliet didn't know Romeo was listening to her speaking about him.
Romeo falls in love with Juliet at first sight Act 1 Scene 5, line 42
There is the famous balcony scene. The scene where romeo die before Juliet awakes. This question isn't specific enough.
There are four acts in Romeo and Juliet which have a scene 4. Obviously the answer depends on which one you are talking about.
it was in act 3 scene 1
Romeo and Juliet hold conversations in Act I Scene 5, Act II Scene 2, Act II Scene 6 and Act III Scene 5.