It is the east, and Juliet is the sun." In this quote, Romeo compares Juliet to the sun, saying that even though it is dark outside, her beauty shines brightly. (Act V Scene III) "O woe! Thy canopy is dust and stones" In this quote, we believe Paris is saying that rather than Juliet lying in a nice bed, she lies in a dusty tomb filled with stones.
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Juliet uses a metaphor to describe how desperately she wants to call out Romeo's name. The figurative language reflects the popularity of falconry. But, because of her parents, she had to whisper.
If Juliet hadn't drunk the potion, Romeo wouldn't have killed himself, so even though Juliet stabbed herself in the end, if it weren't for the poisons, neither of them would have died. Poison is a symbol of the fight between the two families. It is like a poison, in that it destroys everything, including Romeo and Juliet. 2.
secret. Romeo can not be seen at the Capulet's yard, and without darkness Romeo could not have seen Juliet through the window. in the middle when Romeo had to leave and was banished from Verona, Romeo and Juliet had a discussion if the bird they heard was a nightengale. The nightingale symbolizes immortality. In Romeo and
Figurative Language: What and Why? In this exercise, you are going to analyze several instances of figurative language in Romeo and Juliet.For each example below, please answer these three questions:
Explore The Figurative Language; Other Resources; ... Romeo is watching Juliet on her balcony, and he says that her eyes are like stars changing the appearance of her face. 2. "O, speak again, bright angel, for thou art As glorious to this night, being o'er my head, As is a winged messenger of heaven" (Act 2 Scene 2)
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Romeo is a key character showing that love can make one immature and irrational things. Through the use of figurative language Shakespeare develops the idea that Romeo is immature lover. One example of this figurative language is the balcony scene that occurs when they are saying goodbye and making plans for meeting with each other.
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