act 2, scene 4 scene summary time: monday place: A street in Verona Tybalt has challenged Romeo to a challenge but Romeo is more focused on marrying Juliet to fight. Romeo jokes around with Benvolio and Mercutio about the fight until  nurse comes to talk to Romeo. Romeo tells the nurse to tell Juliet to […]

act 1 , scene 3 scene summary time: Monday morning place: Friar Lawrence’s  cell Romeo is asking Friar Lawrence to marry him and Juliet. He agrees because he thinks it could end the family feud. Friar Lawrence – “wisely and slow, they stumble that run fast”

act 2 , scene 2 scene summary place: Capulets orchard/ juliet balcony time: late sunday night /early monday morning Romeo is standing below the balcony outside Juliet’s window.  Juliet comes out onto the balcony and thinking she is alone talks about her love for Romeo. She talks about the Fuad between the two family’s and the problem […]

Act 2 , Scene 1 Scene summery time: Late Sunday night place: Capulets Orchard Romeo hides from Benvoili and Mercutio in the orchard while they make fun of him about his love for Rosaline. Mercutio – “If love be blind, love cannot hit the mark”

~How does Shakespeare use metaphor to show Romeos inner thoughts in act 1, scene 4 of Romeo and Juliet~ In Shakespeare’s play, Romeo and Juliet, he uses metaphors to communicate with the characters  minds. In act 1 , scene 4 ,  Romeo is talking about a bad dream he has had recently, he is saying […]

act 1 scene 5 summary Time: sunday night Place: Capulets party Romeo goes to the party with Benvoilo and Mercutio.  At the party Tybalt recognizes Romeos voice and wants to start a fight but Capulet stops him because he does not want to make a scene in front of his guests and he will be […]

act 1 scene 4 summary place: street outside Capulets house time: sunday evening Benvolio and Mercutio are trying to persuade Romeo to go the masquerade party with them. Romeo decides to go even though he has bad feelings about it because he thinks that he has meant to go and that’s what Romeo thinks “He” […]