Romeo And Juliet Notes Essay

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Romeo and Juliet NotesACT 1 SCENE 1Characters: Lady Capulet, Escalus (Prince), Sampson, Tybalt, Montague, Gregory, Citizens, Lady Montague, Abraham, Capulet, Romeo, and BenvolioGregory and Sampson are joking around about each other of the MontaguesA fight between Capulet's men and Montague's menBenvolio shows up and try's to break up the fightTybalt comes and Benvolio wants his help but Tybalt refuses to helpTybalt an Benvolio fightCitizens come upCapulet and Lady Capulet and Montague and Lady Montague come outCapulet wants to fight the Montagues and Montague want to fight the CapuletsPrince comes in and commands them to stop fightingPrince Escalus tells the Capulets and Montagues that if a fight breaks out again the penalty will be deathAfterwards Montague asks Benvolio who started the fightBenvolio answered that he did not know only that he came and saw the fightingLady Montague asks where Romeo is and says that she is glad that he wasn't at the feudBenvolio says that he saw Romeo that morning but he ran of before he could talk to himThey talk about how Romeo is depressedRomeo shows up and Benvolio try's to talk to himThey talk to each other and Romeo confesses that he is in love with a woman that he cannot be withBenvolio feels bad for RomeoRomeo tells him the she has Diana's witThey talk about the problem and Benvolio tells hi to think about other thingsRomeo refuses and says he cantBenvolio says he will help him forget die in debtACT 1 SCENE 2Characters: Benvolio, Romeo, Capulet, Paris, ServantCapulet, Paris, and servant enterCapulet says that if a fight happens between a Montague and a Capulet again not only will he die but also MontagueParis says that he is old and should not be fighting anymoreParis wants to marry Juliet and asks Capulet what he thinks of his marriage proposalCapulet says that his daughter is not yet 14 and that they should wait two more years before they should make her Paris' brideParis says that younger girls than her who are already married and have childrenCapulet says that girls married that young are changedThat she is his only hope for an air because all his other children have diedHe tells Paris to get to know her and what ever Juliet chooses he will go withCapulet says that he is going to have a party and that Paris is invitedHe says that his daughter would be the among the many woman that will be thereThey will see if his daughter is the only one who catches Paris' eyesCapulet gives his servant a piece of paper and says to find all the people on the list and tell them about the partyThe servant says that he needs to find someone who can read because he cant (Talking to himself)The servant meets Benvolio and Romeo who are having a conversation on the streetsThe servant asks if Romeo can readRomeo sort of jokes around but not really meaning it in a mean wayThe servant doesn't understand what Romeo is telling him and starts to walk awayRomeo tells him to stay and reads the names on the letterAfterwards the servant...

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