Honorable ... Why is mercutio worried about Tybalt's challenge to the Montagues
? ... How does mercutio react to Romeo's refusal to fight with Tybalt why is this ...
Describe the clashing emotions Juliet feels when nurse reports Tybalt's death
and .... How can Romeo's refusal to accept Tybalt's challenge be described?
Feb 3, 2008 ... The attendants are described as the prince's Train in I.i and simply ... Balthasar
appears with Abram in the first scene of Act I, but does not ... Also, when Benvolio
and Mercutio discuss the challenge from Tybalt ... after a long decisive speech
from him to Juliet, Lady Capulet refuses to speak to her daughter.
When Mercutio hears of Tybalt's challenge to Romeo, he is amused because he
... a strong sense of honor and can't understand Romeo's refusal to fight Tybalt, ...
As a result, Tybalt can be blamed for the chain of events that lead to tragedy,
resulting ... Shakespeare challenges the subordinate role of the female in
conventional sonnets .... her belief that it is easier and more convenient for
women to accept this role. Romeo's description of Juliet's beauty that is “cut off of
feud between the Montagues (Romeo's family) and the Capulets (Juliet's .... 2 In
Act I Scene 4, Mercutio will refer explicitly to 'that same pale-hearted ....
Shakespeare is at great pains to describe Queen Mab's world on a miniature
scale: .... There is a dramatic contrast between Tybalt's hatred and Romeo and
Benvolio tries to stop the fight, but Tybalt enters and attacks Benvolio. ... Benvolio
challenges Romeo to go to the feast and compare Rosaline with other beauties.
... Mercutio mocks Romeo's belief in his dream by going on and on about .... Juliet
pretends to accept the Nurse's advice but decides that she will go to Friar ...
We learn more biographical details about Juliet's history than we do with any
other character .... a rhetorical register vastly richer than Romeo's callow attempts
to describe his .... Tybalt's cousin and that therefore he will not accept Tybalt's
challenge. ..... As in Romeo and Juliet, so here too a young woman, Hermia...
The play is Henry V. Henry has the challenge of uniting the men of England to a
..... and his wife can be blamed for not understanding Juliet's situation since she
refuses to ... After he kills Tybalt, it is again haste that nearly brings about
Romeo's death. ..... His character is the heart of evil in the play and can be
equality and freedom can, therefore, threaten and pose a challenge to ... primarily
because Romeo's love for Rosaline is in accordance with society's conventions
.... conventional setting where she is described in terms of conventional nature
..... points out, are proof of Layli and Majnoon's refusal to accept the legitimacy...