- 1 In what vile part of this anatomy Doth my name lodge tell me that I may sack?
- 2 What does Romeo Act 3 Scene 3 say?
- 3 What does Friar Laurence mean when he says behold Romeo now with his own tears made drunk?
- 4 What does O deadly sin o rude Unthankfulness?
- 5 Who did Romeo kill?
- 6 What does Romeo say about removing his name?
- 7 Did Juliet fake her death?
- 8 How old is Juliet?
- 9 Who fails to deliver the letter to Romeo?
- 10 Why is banishment worse than death in Romeo?
- 11 Why was Romeo given banishment instead of death?
- 12 Can you be mine I’ll give you to my friend?
- 13 Who kills Mercutio?
- 14 Why does Romeo say Friar Laurence canst not speak?
- 15 What does Wisely and slow they stumble that run fast?
In what vile part of this anatomy Doth my name lodge tell me that I may sack?
When the nurse tells Romeo that Juliet is at home weeping for him and Tybalt (p. 879), Romeo responds with saying, “O, tell me, friar, tell me, in what vile part of this anatomy doth my name lodge? Tell me, that I may sack the hateful mansion.” What does he mean by this? What does he then try to do?
What does Romeo Act 3 Scene 3 say?
Act 3 Scene 3
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|ROMEO Ha, banishment! Be merciful, say “death,” For exile hath more terror in his look, Much more than death. Do not say “banishment.”||ROMEO Ha, banishment? Be merciful and say “death.” Exile is much worse than death. Don’t say “banishment.”|
What does Friar Laurence mean when he says behold Romeo now with his own tears made drunk?
Friar Lawrence says this to describe Romeo to the Nurse. This means that he is crying uncontrollably. Lord Capulet says this and he is describing Tybalt’s death.
What does O deadly sin o rude Unthankfulness?
One admonition Friar Laurence gives Romeo in Act 3, Scene 3 is to warn him that his ungratefulness is a ” deadly sin.” When Romeo wails that being banished from Verona is “purgatory, torture, hell itself,” in other words, worse than death, Friar Laurence refers to his lack of gratitude and lack of perspective as, ” O
Who did Romeo kill?
Romeo kills Tybalt and is banished Romeo, angered by Mercutio’s death, goes searching for Tybalt.
What does Romeo say about removing his name?
What does romeo say about removing his name after the nurse arrives? Romeo says that he will cut his name out with a dagger.
Did Juliet fake her death?
In a desperate attempt to be reunited with Romeo, Juliet follows the Friar’s plot and fakes her own death. The message fails to reach Romeo, and believing Juliet dead, he takes his life in her tomb. Juliet wakes to find Romeo’s corpse beside her and kills herself. The grieving family agree to end their feud.
How old is Juliet?
Juliet is thirteen years old. In Shakespeare’s primary sources, Juliet is considerably older than she is in the play.
Who fails to deliver the letter to Romeo?
Friar John replies that he was unable to deliver the letter because he was shut up in a quarantined house due to an outbreak of plague. Friar Lawrence becomes upset, realizing that if Romeo does not know about Juliet’s false death, there will be no one to retrieve her from the tomb when she awakes.
Why is banishment worse than death in Romeo?
Romeo compares banishment to death because he feels that living without Juliet is like not living at all, or being dead.
Why was Romeo given banishment instead of death?
Romeo is so upset at the death of his friend that he fights Tybalt in revenge. He slays Tybalt and leaves as the Prince approaches. Benvolio explains the fight to Prince Escalus who declares that because Romeo has killed in revenge he will be banished from the city of Verona rather than sentenced to death.
Can you be mine I’ll give you to my friend?
And you be mine, I’ll give you to my friend; And you be not, hang, beg, starve, die in the streets, For, by my soul, I’ll ne’er acknowledge thee, Nor what is mine shall never do thee good. Trust to’t, bethink you, I’ll not be forsworn.
Who kills Mercutio?
Tybalt, the man of precise forms and code of honor, treacherously stabs Mercutio under Romeo’s arm, and Romeo becomes directly involved in Mercutio’s death. Romeo is at first incredulous at the possibility of death as he supports Mercutio: “Courage, man; the hurt cannot be much” (III. i. 94).
Why does Romeo say Friar Laurence canst not speak?
Why does Romeo say Friar Laurence “ canst not speak ”? Romeo says Friar Laurence cannot speak because he has not had the same experiences as Romeo, so he “dost not feel” (line 64) what Romeo feels.
What does Wisely and slow they stumble that run fast?
” Wisely and slow, they stumble that run fast.” Here, Friar Laurence is advising Romeo to think carefully and wisely about his decision to marry Juliet. This shows that Friar Laurence is wise because he is aware of what could happen.