Romeo and Juliet 10 important quotations

Romeo and Juliet 10 important quotations
“Yea, noise? Then I'll be brief. O happy dagger!” – (Act 2, Scene 2, v169) this quote is important because it is when Juliet stabs herself with a dagger. She stabs herself with Romeo’s dagger and they both die.

“I do bite my thumb, sir.” -(Act 1, scene 1, v42) This is what Sampson says to Abraham before they fight. This is the fight that causes the prince to say that the nest Montague or Capulet to start the fight will be punished by death.

“Now by saint peters church, and peter too, He shall not make me a joyful bride.” -(act 3 scene 5, v117) Juliet tells her parents that she does not want to marry Paris. This is important because the argument they have following this is what makes the nurse not want Juliet to marry Romeo anymore.

“Take this vial, bring then in bed, and this distilling liquor drink thou off” – (act 4, scene 1, v93) This is when friar Laurence gives Juliet a potion so she does not have to marry Paris.

“Romeo, Romeo, Romeo, I drink to thee.” –(act 4, scene 5, v58) Juliet drinks the potion that causes Romeo to think she’s dead. This potion in a way kills Romeo too.

“Alack the day, She’s dead, She’s dead, She’s dead.” –(act 4, scene 5, v23) The nurse says this to lord Capulet. Now she is unable to marry Paris.

“And for that offense immediately we do exile him hence.” – (act 3, scene2, v183) The prince banishes Romeo, causing Romeo to have to move to Mantua. Since he moved to Mantua he could not receive the letter from the friar fast enough and he killed himself.

“Unhappy fortune! By my brotherhood that letter was not nice but full of charge, of dear importance” (act 5, scene 1, v17) This quote is when friar learns that Romeo had not received the letter. Now friar has to go save Juliet himself.

“O comfortable friar! Where is my lord?” ( act 5, scene 3, v198) Juliet asks this to the friar when she awakes from her sleep. This is right after Romeo had killed himself.

“But I can give thee more; for I will raise her a statue of pure gold” (act 5 scene 3, v298) Lord Montague says this to Capulet when they become friends. It’s important to remember Romeo and Juliet and the peace they brought.

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