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RomeoAndJulietActOne

Act I

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a reference in one work of literature to a person place or event in another work of literature or in history, art, or music allusion
Example: Referring to Aurora or Cupid's arrow allusion
a short remark made to the audience while other characters are on stage, usually in an undertone and not intended aside
unrhymed iambic pentameter blank verse
a struggle between two opposing forces or characters conflict
example: Romeo vs himself internal conflict
example: Capulets vs Montagues external conflict
two consecutive lines of poetry that rhyme couplet
a contrast between what the audience percieves and what a character does NOT know dramatic irony
language that is NOT intended to be interpreted in a literal sense figurative language
ex: Borrow cupid's wings and fly with him; dove among crows figurative language
a character who sets off another character by contrast foil
the use of hints or clues in a narrative to suggest what action is to come foreshadowing
unstressed syllable followed by a stressed sillable iamb/meter
five verse feet with each foot of an iamb (total of ten iambs) iambic pentameter
language that appeals to any sense or any combination of the senses imagery
comparison between two unlike things with the intent of giving added meaning to one of them metaphor
ex: study the volume of Paris' face imagery
the language of everyday, ordinary speech prose
the humorous use of a word or phrase to suggest two or more meanings at the same time pun
ex: dreamers often lie pun
a long, uninterrupted speech presented in front of other characters monlogue
a figure of speech that combines apparently different terms oxymoron
ex: loving hate oxymoron
a comparison made between two dissimilar things through the use of a specific word or comparison such as like or as simile
a speech in which a character is ALONE on stage and expresses thoughts out loud to the audience soliloquy
a fourteen line lyric poem usually written in iambic pentameter sonnet
What is benvolio's advice to Romeo when he is sad about roseline? to give her some time, and to look at other girls because shes not the only pretty girl out there
Why does Capulet think it will be easy for Montague to keep the peace? they're both old
What is capulet's first answer to paris about juliet? she is too young
wrongdoing, sin transgression
causing great injury pernicious
those who hold a belief opposed to the established teaching of a church heretics
increasing, enlarging augmenting
grievance injustice, complaint
R/F Juliet AND ROMEO R
R/F NURSE R
R/F LADY CAPULET AND LADY MONTAGUE R
R/F GREGORY AND SAMPSON F
R/F CAPULET AND MONTAGUE ROUND
R//F TYBALT AND BENVOLIO ROUND
R/F PARIS F
R/F BALTASAR AND ABRAM FLAT
Created by: brittney143