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Metaphor: "transparent heretics"
Language
Romeo and Juliet
Act 1,
Scene 2
Lines 91-94
Language and Plot: Spoiler Alerts
Discussion
Romeo and Juliet
Act 1,
Scene Prologue
Lines 5-8
Mythology: The Power of Cupid
Allusion
Romeo and Juliet
Act 1,
Scene 1
Lines 166-168a
Nightingales and Larks
Discussion
Romeo and Juliet
Act 3,
Scene 5
Lines 2-
"division", "divideth"
Language
Romeo and Juliet
Act 3,
Scene 5
Lines 29-30
Larks and Toads
Discussion
Romeo and Juliet
Act 3,
Scene 5
Lines 31-
"Dry sorrow drinks our blood"
Language
Romeo and Juliet
Act 3,
Scene 5
Lines 59-
"fettle your fine joints"
Language
Romeo and Juliet
Act 3,
Scene 5
Lines 153-
"To reak the love I bore my cousin"
Language
Romeo and Juliet
Act 3,
Scene 5
Lines 101-
"when I may be a wife"
Language
Romeo and Juliet
Act 4,
Scene 1
Lines 19-
"more value...than to your face"
Language
Romeo and Juliet
Act 4,
Scene 1
Lines 27-28
"best married that dies married young"
Language
Romeo and Juliet
Act 4,
Scene 5
Lines 77-78
"cordial"
Discussion
Romeo and Juliet
Act 5,
Scene 1
Lines 85-86
"strew this hungry churchyard"
Language
Romeo and Juliet
Act 5,
Scene 3
Lines 36-
"I'll bury thee in a ... grave"
Language
Romeo and Juliet
Act 5,
Scene 3
Lines 83-
"run on the dashing rocks thy sea-sick weary bark"
Language
Romeo and Juliet
Act 5,
Scene 3
"this", "love", "feel"
Language
Romeo and Juliet
Act 1,
Scene 1
Lines 177-
"Thou talkest of nothing"
Language
Romeo and Juliet
Act 1,
Scene 4
Lines 93b-94a
"speak but one rhyme"
Language
Romeo and Juliet
Act 2,
Scene 1
Lines 11-12
"no man like he"
Language
Romeo and Juliet
Act 3,
Scene 5
Lines 83-
“Death, lie thou there, by a dead man interred."
Language
Romeo and Juliet
Act 5,
Scene 3
Lines 87-
"directs my sail"
Language
Romeo and Juliet
Act 1,
Scene 4
Lines 110-111
"grubs and eyelessl skulls"
Discussion
Romeo and Juliet
Act 5,
Scene 3
Lines 125-126
Word Order
Language
Romeo and Juliet
Act 1,
Scene 1
Lines 136-137

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