Romeo and Juliet: Act 1 Scenes 4 & 5

according to Mercutio, who is queen Mab? What is her carriage made of? What does she do? 1. she is the fairies’ midwife2. spider legs, Wings of grasshoppers, empty hazelnuts3. she causes people to dream
Who, meaning, literary term “I’d love be rough with you, be rough with love” Who: MercutioMeaning: Don’t let love treat you this way Literary term: personification
What piece of foreshadowing ends scene 4? Romeo believes something bad is going to happen due to fate
When Romeo first sees Juliet, how does he describe her? she is brighter than a torch. She’s a jewel.
Who, meaning, literary term “So shows a snowy dove trooping with crows” Who: RomeoMeaning: Hwr beauty stands out amongst the other girls. Literary term: metaphor
why doesn’t Lord Capulet want to continue the fued when he finds Romeo at his feast? Princes rule about fighting.
Who, meaning, literary term “I️ will withdraw, but this intrusion shall, Now seeming sweet, concert to bitter gall” Who: TybaltMeaning: He’ll leave him alone for now Literary term: foreshadowing
When Romeo and Juliet first talk and kiss, Shakespeare uses a theme of religious devotion to develop the scene — explain kt. What does their first words to each other turn out to be? His lips are pilgrims traveling to a shrine (Juliet – shrine, saint, holy)❤️ story
“Oh dear account! My life is my foe’s debt” Who: RomeoMeaning: his life is owned by his enemy; he’s willing to die for JulietLiterary term: pun
“My only love, spring from my only hate” Who: JulietMeaning: The one she loves is the one she’s supposed to hateLiterary term: oxymoron, irony