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English 10-1 R&J

Quotes from Romeo and Juliet

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"I will confess to you that I love him" Said by Juliet, Telling Paris that she loves someone else; Romeo.
"Thy face is mine, and thou hast slander'd it" Said b Paris, he is saying that Juliet is his now and she is ruining it.
"Hold, the. Go home, be merry, give consent to marry Paris." Said by Frair Laurence, he says go be happy you wont have 2 mary Paris
"Well, he may chance to do some good on her. A peevish self-wild hard try it is" Said by Capulet, he says Paris has a good chance to make her happy and be good for her.
"We shall sort our provision, Tis now near night" Said by Lady Capulet, she means we shall make it short, its near night.
"My heart is wonderous light, since this same wayward girl si so reclaimed" Said by Capulet, He means he is very happy since Juliet's change of heart
"Romeo, i come! this i do drink to thee" Said by Juliet, This shows how commited Juliet is to Romeo amd how much she loves Romeo. She is practicly risking her life for him. This demonstrates how she will do anything for Romeo.
"How if when i am laid into the tomb i wake before the time Romeo come to redeem me. There is a fearful point" Said by Juliet She will be terrified if she wakes up before Romeo arives and she will be beside all of her dead ancestors.
"Go waken Juliet, go trim her up, ill go chat with Paris. He make haste, bridegroom he has come already" Said by Capulet It is ironic that they wake her up early but she is actually in a death like sleep.
"Death lies on her like an untimely frost Upon the sweetest flower in all the field" Said by Capulet, He says this after he sees Juliet dead. It is important because it shows how much he lo
"O me, O me! My child, my only life, revive, look up or i will die with thee" Said by lady Capulet, She shays this quote when she sees Juliet lying there, If Juliet doesnot awaken, she will die with sadness.
"Shes not well married that lives married young But shes best married that dies married young" Said by Friar Laurence, He says this to the Capulets to cover up what he and Juliet had done. he means that she is better off in heaven than to be married for along time and be miserable.
"I dreamt my lady came and found me dead." Said by Romeo, he means he has a feeling that he will die, which relates to a comment about Juliet had made about Romeo earlier,\ about being so pale, he looked like a corpse. she also felt that he would die later. Also, later on when Romeo kills himself,
"Poor living corpse, closed in a dead mans tomb!" Also, foreshadowing Romeo's death.Romeos love lives on for Juliet, but like a dead man, he cant do nothing about it.
"Well Juliet i will lie with thee to-night Foreshadowing Romeo's & Juliet's death together.
"Death lies on her like an untimely frost Upon the sweetest flower in all the field Said by Capulet, He says this after he sees Juliet dead. It is important because it shows how much he loves his daughter.
"O me, O me! My child, my only life, revive, look up or i will die with thee" Said by lady Capulet, She shays this quote when she sees Juliet lying there, If Juliet doesnot awaken, she will die with sadness.
"Shes not well married that lives married young But shes best married that dies married young" Said by Friar Laurence, He says this to the Capulets to cover up what he and Juliet had done. he means that she is better off in heaven than to be married for along time and be miserable.
"I dreamt my lady came and found me dead." Said by Romeo, he means he has a feeling that he will die, which relates to a comment about Juliet had made about Romeo earlier,\ about being so pale, he looked like a corpse. she also felt that he would die later. Also, later on when Romeo kills himself,
"We shall sort our provision, Tis now near night" Said by Capulet, he says Paris has a good chance to make her happy and be good for her.
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