Then Tybalt kills Mercutio, and then Romeo kills Tybalt. Had Rosaline just said yes, then all of that could have been avoided. For his crime, Romeo is banished from Verona. The prince is the man that issued that statement, but Romeo isn't exactly around to hear the sentencing, because he has already fled the city.
Who is Romeo exiled by?
After listening to the Capulets and Montagues bicker about whether or not Romeo should be punished for killing Tybalt in a duel, the Prince decides that Romeo should be "exile[d]" instead of put to death (ostensibly because Tybalt killed Mercutio before Romeo killed Tybalt).
The Prince banishes Romeo from Verona for killing Tybalt in a duel in the streets. Although he has announced that he will execute anyone from the Montague or Capulet families who sheds blood in the streets, he decides to only banish Romeo because Tybalt had killed Mercutio.
Outside the Capulet crypt, Romeo comes upon Paris, who is scattering flowers on Juliet's grave. They fight, and Romeo kills Paris. He enters the tomb, sees Juliet's inanimate body, drinks the poison, and dies by her side. Just then, Friar Lawrence enters and realizes that Romeo has killed Paris and himself.
Romeo agrees to go to the party because he reads that Rosaline will be there. He wants to go, so that he can watch Rosaline. Benvolio encourages Romeo to go to the party, so that he can show Romeo a whole bunch of other beautiful women that will make Rosaline look plain in comparison.
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|What does the Nurse advise Juliet to do after Romeo is exiled?||Act as if Romeo is dead and marry Paris|
|Where do Romeo and Juliet meet?||At Capulet's feast|
|Who kills Mercutio?||Tybalt|
|Which character first persuades Romeo to attend the feast?||Benvolio|
When Friar Laurence tells Romeo that he has been banished, Romeo reacts badly. He tells the Friar that this is worse than death. That's because he thinks being separated from Juliet is worse than death.
Romeo and Juliet
|1. To which city does Romeo go after being exiled from Verona?||Mantua|
|2. Why is Romeo banished?||Romeo kills Tybalt|
|3. In Act I, what are the four (4) ways Romeo describes love?||Too rough, too rude, too boisterous, and it pricks like a thorn.|
1.2: When Paris asks for Juliet's hand in marriage, Lord Capulet tells him that Juliet is too young to get married. ("Too soon marred are those so early made," he says, clearly referencing his own wife, whom he married when she was younger than Juliet.
In Act II, Scene iv, it is Tybalt, Juliet's cousin, who sends Romeo a challenge for a duel. Tybalt tends to be hot-tempered, and he is angry that Romeo came to the Capulet party the night before uninvited. It was a masked ball, but Tybalt was able to recognize Romeo by his voice.
Verona (Italian pronunciation: [veˈroːna] ( listen); Venetian: Verona or Veròna) is a city on the Adige river in Veneto, Italy, with approximately 257,000 inhabitants and one of the seven provincial capitals of the region.
Why does Lord Capulet become so angry when Juliet refuses to marry Paris? A. He is upset that his wife has spoiled Juliet and caused her to disobey. B. He is irritated because his family often questions his authority. C. He suspects that Juliet has married someone without his permission.
Romeo's only motivation for killing Tybalt is the fact that Tybalt has killed Mercutio. Mercutio was Romeo's good friend and he is enraged and his death. I, personally, think Romeo feel guilty too because he kind of caused Tybalt to be able to kill Mercutio.
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|How and where does Romeo commit suicide?||With poison in Juliet's tomb.|
|Who is the last person to see Juliet before she stabs herself dead?||Friar Lawrence|
|Why is Friar John unable to deliver Friar Lawrence's message to Romeo in Mantua?||He is held inside a quarantined house, and is unable to leave.|
Friar Laurence tells Romeo that the Prince has sentenced him to banishment rather than death. Romeo is distraught because he regards banishment as a form of living death when he cannot be with Juliet.
The Nurse assures her, however, that she knows where Romeo is hiding, and will see to it that Romeo comes to her for their wedding night. Juliet gives the Nurse a ring to give to Romeo as a token of her love.
The very next day, we meet Romeo's friend, Friar Laurence. He wonders how Romeo can forget Rosaline so quickly but agrees to marry the two since he hopes this marriage it will end the long running Montague / Capulet feud Romeo catches up with his friends Mercutio and Benvolio.
The Nurse gives Romeo a ring from his fair Juliet in Act 3, Scene 3. The meat of the scene contains Friar Laurence, Romeo, and the Nurse contemplating Romeo's banishment from Verona after slaying Tybalt, but it ends with hope of Romeo and Juliet being reunited.
in Act III, Scene 5, the nurse advises Juliet to marry Paris instead of Romeo, because Romeo is banished and Paris is, in her words “a lovely gentleman.” This is crucial because up until this point, Juliet had trusted the Nurse with her secrets and accepted her advice.
He spends most of the play trying to help Romeo get his mind off Rosaline, even after Romeo has fallen in love with Juliet. Prince Escalus - The Prince of Verona. A kinsman of Mercutio and Paris. As the seat of political power in Verona, he is concerned about maintaining the public peace at all costs.
He tells Juliet that she can either marry Paris or be thrown out onto the streets. After her parents leave, Juliet asks the Nurse for advice on what to do. The Nurse tells her she should forget Romeo and marry Paris. 4.2: Juliet comes back from her visit to Friar Laurence, and the Nurse thinks she looks more cheerful.
Friar Lawrence marries Romeo and Juliet in Act 2, Scene 5, in the hopes of uniting the Montague and Capulet families. Timing wise, the marriage takes place in the afternoon, the day after Romeo and Juliet meet at the Capulet party. Of course, the marriage is initially kept a secret from most of the characters.