Act 1 Scene 5 - The Feast At The House Of Capulet - Meeting Of Romeo And Juliet. A1. Romeo And Juliet Theme. A2. My Special Angel. Act II Scene 2 - The Balcony Scene.
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While talking to Romeo, Juliet wishes that may their young love flourish by the time they meet again. She compares their love to a bud and hopes that summer, with its ripening effect, converts that bud into a beautiful flower. Romeo says these lines while delivering a soliloquy as he stands in the Capulet’s fruit garden and is viewing Juliet as she stands on her balcony. When he sees her lean her cheek upon her hand, he yearns to be a glove on her hand so that he might touch her cheek. Romeo had just met Juliet earlier in the evening and his wish to get close to her again drives him to her garden
Quote: O Romeo, Romeo! Wherefore art thou Romeo?, Deny thy father and refuse thy name (II, ii, 33-34. Analysis: The key word in Juliet’s question is wherefore, which means why, not where as many foolish neophyte Shakespeareans believe. Juliet, in these lines, declares her willingness to disown her own family if she can be with her true love, who she’s known for almost an hour-and-a-half. And you wonder why fathers go bald.
SHEIR: Having Romeo and Juliet in nearly every high school classroom creates a convenient entree to the play, once students are in college. That process is also assisted by Hollywood, but for a different reason than an earlier generation. For Shakespeareans her age, Professor Row-Heyveld says the Zefferelli film means nothing. ROW-HEYVELD: The Baz Luhrmann movie is huge.
Famous Quotations from Romeo and Juliet. Romeo and Juliet is packed with unforgettable quotations that have become a part of present-day culture. Here are the ten most famous of them all. Please visit the Romeo and Juliet main page for full explanatory notes. 1. What's in a name? That which we call a rose By any other word would smell as sweet. 2. O Romeo, Romeo, wherefore art thou Romeo? (. 3. A plague o' both your houses! They have made worms' meat of me! (.
Ranked poetry on Romeo, by famous & modern poets. History repeats in the lives of Shakespeareans. Will this modern Juliet follow Her Romeo’s tragic ending? The doctors will check up on her till she’s better.
|Act 1 Scene 5 - The Feast At The House Of Capulet - Meeting Of Romeo And Juliet|
|A1||Romeo And Juliet Theme|
|A2||My Special Angel|
|Act II Scene 2 - The Balcony Scene|
|A7||Romeo And Juliet Theme (Reprise)|
|Act II Scene 6 - The Wedding Scene|
|B1||My Special Angel (Reprise)|
|Act III Scene 2 - Juliet Leans Of Romeo's Banishment|
|B2||Romeo And Juliet Theme (Reprise)|
|Act III Scene 3 - Romeo Prepares For Exile|
|B3||Romeo And Juliet Theme (Reprise)|
|Act III Scene 5 - Farewell Love Scene|
|B4||Love Is Blue|
|Act V Scene 3 - The Tragic Reunion|
|B7||Romeo And Juliet Theme (Reprise)|