Love can be Paradox By: Connor, Kaylee, Ian, Savanna

Scenes that support our theme:

Act 2, Scene 5: The nurse loves Juliet and doesn't want anything to happen, sow he warns Juliet about marrying Romeo.

Act 3, Scene 4: Lady Capulet wants Juliet to marry Paris but, Juliet doesn't want too. She wants to be with Romeo.

Act 4 Scene 1: Friar Laurence started to arrange plans for Juliet and Romeo.

Act 1, Scene 3: Lacy Capulet wants Juliet to find love and get married but Juliet isn't ready.

Act 1, Scene 5: Tybalt wants to protect his family by killing Romeo.

12 Figurative Language Terms and Devices:

Metaphor: A word or phrase is applied to an object or action when it's literally.

Act 11 Scene 2: "It is the East, and Juliet is the sun."

Dramatic Irony: The expression of one's meaning by using that usually means the opposite

Act 5 Scene 3: "Thy drugs are quick.Thus with a kiss, I die."

Imagery: visually descriptive or figurative language in literary work

Act 1 Scene 3: " Examine every married lineaments, and see how one another lends content"

Conflict: A serious disagreement or argument, typically a protracted one.

Act 1 Scene 1: "Clubs, bills, partisans! Strike! Beat them down! Down with the capulets down with the Montagues!

Characterization: When a story builds or has character development.

Act 1 Scene 5: "She doth teach torches to burn bright"

Rhyme/ Rhythm: Correspondence of sound between words or the ending of words.

Act 1 Scene 1: Montague-"Thou villain Capulet! Hold me not! Let me go! Lady Montague- "Thou shalt not stir one foot to seek a foe."

Sonnet: Fourteen lines using any of a number of formal rhyme schemes.

Act 2 Prolouge: The chorus

Personification: When an inhuman object does a human action

Act 2 Scene 2: "If love be blind"

Foreshadowing: Be a warning or indication of a future event.

Act 1 Scene 4: " Some consequence yet hanging in the stars. Shall bitterly begin his fearful date."

Situational Irony: Occurs when incongruity appears between expectation of something to happen, and what actually happens instead.

Act 5 Scene 3: "Come bitter poison, come, unsavory guide! You desperate pilar! Let's crash this seawory ship into the rocks! Here's to my love."

Simile: A figure of speech involving the comparison of one thing with another thing of a different kind.

Act 1 Scene 5: " It seems she hangs upon the check of night like a rich jewel in an Ethiopes ear"

Alliteration: The occurrence of the same letter or sound at the beginning of words.

Act 2: "The day to cheer and nights dank dew to dry"

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