Because Romeo continues to be lovesick for Rosaline, Mercutio teases him for
being such ... To him, lawyers dream of collecting fees and lovers dream of lusty ...
Romeo continues to boo-hoo about the unavailable Rosaline and then he
announces that he had a dream the night before. Before he can go into the
Romeo refuses to engage in this banter, explaining that in a dream he learned
that going to the feast was a bad idea. Mercutio responds with a long speech ...
Annotated list of all mentions of the character Rosaline in Shakespeare's Romeo
Romeo. I dream'd a dream to-night. Mercutio. And so did I. ... I conjure thee by
Rosaline's bright eyes, ... Ah, that same pale hard-hearted wench, that Rosaline.
Judged by the standards of any expression of love which Shakespeare gives us
up to and including A Midsummer Night's Dream, Romeo's love for Rosaline is ...
Benvolio suggests to Romeo that he should forget Rosaline and look for romance
... politely and honestly responds, "It is an honour that I dream not of" (I.iii.46).
Feb 24, 2008 ... In comes Romeo, the son of Lord and Lady Montague. He has a heavy heart. He
is in love with Rosaline, who has sworn to remain chaste.
“I Dreamt a Dream Tonight” Act I Scene iv 1. We know that Romeo has at least
two dreams, a dream of Rosaline and the dream he mentions in I.iv. a. What do ...
Benvolio, seeing Rosaline's name on the list, persuades Romeo to go to the ...
Mercutio then says that dreams lie, and he begins a long speech about dreams.