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Romeo and Juliet: Act II,2: Balcony scene 1) Who: Romeo and Juliet Where: at the mansion of the Capulets, balcony/garden When: in the evening/during nighttime What: they both have an monolouge at first, then talk to each other about love (Why:) Romeo comes to see/watch her (she doesn't know about it) Conflict: their relationship/love must stay secret, because they're from opposite families and Romeo would be in danger if anyone of the Capulets would recognize/see him there. Tasks: → II. 1 - 48: • Romeo is talking to Juliet. Right or wrong? - Why? • Describe what Romeo hears Juliet say about him. No, Romeo doesn't talk to Juliet. He stand below her balcony and watches her standing her above. He can't hear her as well. And talks to himself (monolouge). →1. 84: Illustrate Juliet's reaction to Romeo's appearance in the orchard. Juliet says that just Romeos name is bad and if he swears to her name (wedding?), they could come together. She loves him as a man, but not his name, because it is the opposite to her name. Juliet warns Romeo about the kinsmen and other dangers that can appear if they are seen together (is worried about him). The kinsmen would kill him. He answers that only her look on him could stop them,...

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if they see how much she loves him. He also has the advantage that it is night and he can disappear into the dark shadows. → I. 111: • Juliet wants to make sure that Romeo means his love seriously. Right or wrong? - Why? • Juliet has a problem with Romeo wanting to swear by the moon. - Explain. (Juliet says that she would act normal if somebody asks about them, and say that she is just polite to him and has proper behaviour.) Although she confesses her love to him. She asks him not to betray her and to mean his love, because she was too foolish and fell uncontrolled in love with him in the first place. Romeo wants to swear under the moon, but she refuses, because it would be a bad sign. The moon constantly changes which would refer to a variable relationship and she doens't want that. Also Romeos phrase is very common and she wants something special and for them and not any ordinary love confession. → I. 138 • Realizing that it is late Romeo wants to say goodbye to Juliet and leave. – Right or wrong? - ● • Juliet is not sure if she loves Romeo and asks the nurse to send him away. – Right or wrong? Juliet wants to say goodnight, because everything with him happens too fast, but she wants to see him again the next day. She is sure that she loves him to infinity and when the nurse called her she answered that she is going to come and not to send him away. (She also says she would come out again and he should wait.) → End • Point out the plans the lovers make for the next day. Juliet says she will send a messenger the next day that will inform him about the marriage. This should end the feud between the two families. They say a time and good night and Romeo disappears in the dark? 2) What important symbolism can be drawn from Romeo's behaviour and words? Full sentences. Help: daytime, movement/positioning during the scene (both characters), choice of words (metaphors) Positions: The movement and positioning of both characters in this scene is very striking, because the move a lot during the scene. At first, one can see that Romeo sneeks into the Capulet's garden, walks closer to Juliets window and then hides behind some plants sothat he stays covered but can still watch Juliet on the balcony. On the other side, Juliet is standing on this balcony with one hand on her cheek. Romeo's words fit exactly into her pose and this shows the connection between both figures and the desire Romeo has about her. Juliet then moves and sits on the edge of the railing. She moves again and walks down the stairs when she talk about Romeos name. When she says that he should take her name, she lays her hand on the cheek again and also hugs herself. That pose shows how lonely she is without him and that she want him to be with her. This happens, beacuse Romeo runs out of the bushes and shouts up to her. Juliet is scared at first, because she feels watched by him and runs up the stairs. But when he says that he doesn't like his name as well, she turns around and comes slowly back down on the balcony and talks with him. The whole balcony scene is characterized by the different heights of the characters. Romeo is on the ground and even has to hide in the dark, whether Juliet stands upon her balcony, presenting herself into the night. Juliet does come down a little during the scene, but. She is still higher positioned than Romeo and looks down to him. The different heights should stand for the different social status they have and the devaluation the Capulet family has, concerning the Montagues. Words: The metaphor that Romeo sees her eye twinkling should bring across her beauty. Her position with her hand laying on her cheek makes Romeo want to touch the cheek which shows his adorement for her. After she says the first word, Romeo is completely impressed and asks (her) to speak again, because he wants to hear her voice which symbolizes how much he is in love with her. He calls her an angel which refers to her beauty and perfection again. Juliet seems to think about Romeo as well and says how adorable he would be without his last name. And that just this name would prevent her to completely fall in love with him. She comes to the conclusion that the name is not the thing that determines him and refers him to the example of a rose. Striking is that a rose is a common symbol of love which therefore fits well into the story and the setting (garden). She is happy with the thought that Romeo could take her name. Romeo is excited about that and shouts his feelings up to her. She is suspicious about that at first, but after he says that his name would be his enemy, if it is her enemy, she is then quite worried what would happen if her kinsmen find him. This concern can be recognized by the volume of her voice, because she whispers. He repeats that he is not concerned about this fact, because he is able to hide in the dark and states clear that nothing, not even stone walls could stop him nor keep his love for her away. Juliet is still worried about him, but he says that he would rather die by their hand than due to lovesickness. The fact that Juliet is worried shows again how serious she is about him and doesn't want to lose him.

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Romeo and Juliet: Act II,2: Balcony scene 1) Who: Romeo and Juliet Where: at the mansion of the Capulets, balcony/garden When: in the evening/during nighttime What: they both have an monolouge at first, then talk to each other about love (Why:) Romeo comes to see/watch her (she doesn't know about it) Conflict: their relationship/love must stay secret, because they're from opposite families and Romeo would be in danger if anyone of the Capulets would recognize/see him there. Tasks: → II. 1 - 48: • Romeo is talking to Juliet. Right or wrong? - Why? • Describe what Romeo hears Juliet say about him. No, Romeo doesn't talk to Juliet. He stand below her balcony and watches her standing her above. He can't hear her as well. And talks to himself (monolouge). →1. 84: Illustrate Juliet's reaction to Romeo's appearance in the orchard. Juliet says that just Romeos name is bad and if he swears to her name (wedding?), they could come together. She loves him as a man, but not his name, because it is the opposite to her name. Juliet warns Romeo about the kinsmen and other dangers that can appear if they are seen together (is worried about him). The kinsmen would kill him. He answers that only her look on him could stop them,...

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if they see how much she loves him. He also has the advantage that it is night and he can disappear into the dark shadows. → I. 111: • Juliet wants to make sure that Romeo means his love seriously. Right or wrong? - Why? • Juliet has a problem with Romeo wanting to swear by the moon. - Explain. (Juliet says that she would act normal if somebody asks about them, and say that she is just polite to him and has proper behaviour.) Although she confesses her love to him. She asks him not to betray her and to mean his love, because she was too foolish and fell uncontrolled in love with him in the first place. Romeo wants to swear under the moon, but she refuses, because it would be a bad sign. The moon constantly changes which would refer to a variable relationship and she doens't want that. Also Romeos phrase is very common and she wants something special and for them and not any ordinary love confession. → I. 138 • Realizing that it is late Romeo wants to say goodbye to Juliet and leave. – Right or wrong? - ● • Juliet is not sure if she loves Romeo and asks the nurse to send him away. – Right or wrong? Juliet wants to say goodnight, because everything with him happens too fast, but she wants to see him again the next day. She is sure that she loves him to infinity and when the nurse called her she answered that she is going to come and not to send him away. (She also says she would come out again and he should wait.) → End • Point out the plans the lovers make for the next day. Juliet says she will send a messenger the next day that will inform him about the marriage. This should end the feud between the two families. They say a time and good night and Romeo disappears in the dark? 2) What important symbolism can be drawn from Romeo's behaviour and words? Full sentences. Help: daytime, movement/positioning during the scene (both characters), choice of words (metaphors) Positions: The movement and positioning of both characters in this scene is very striking, because the move a lot during the scene. At first, one can see that Romeo sneeks into the Capulet's garden, walks closer to Juliets window and then hides behind some plants sothat he stays covered but can still watch Juliet on the balcony. On the other side, Juliet is standing on this balcony with one hand on her cheek. Romeo's words fit exactly into her pose and this shows the connection between both figures and the desire Romeo has about her. Juliet then moves and sits on the edge of the railing. She moves again and walks down the stairs when she talk about Romeos name. When she says that he should take her name, she lays her hand on the cheek again and also hugs herself. That pose shows how lonely she is without him and that she want him to be with her. This happens, beacuse Romeo runs out of the bushes and shouts up to her. Juliet is scared at first, because she feels watched by him and runs up the stairs. But when he says that he doesn't like his name as well, she turns around and comes slowly back down on the balcony and talks with him. The whole balcony scene is characterized by the different heights of the characters. Romeo is on the ground and even has to hide in the dark, whether Juliet stands upon her balcony, presenting herself into the night. Juliet does come down a little during the scene, but. She is still higher positioned than Romeo and looks down to him. The different heights should stand for the different social status they have and the devaluation the Capulet family has, concerning the Montagues. Words: The metaphor that Romeo sees her eye twinkling should bring across her beauty. Her position with her hand laying on her cheek makes Romeo want to touch the cheek which shows his adorement for her. After she says the first word, Romeo is completely impressed and asks (her) to speak again, because he wants to hear her voice which symbolizes how much he is in love with her. He calls her an angel which refers to her beauty and perfection again. Juliet seems to think about Romeo as well and says how adorable he would be without his last name. And that just this name would prevent her to completely fall in love with him. She comes to the conclusion that the name is not the thing that determines him and refers him to the example of a rose. Striking is that a rose is a common symbol of love which therefore fits well into the story and the setting (garden). She is happy with the thought that Romeo could take her name. Romeo is excited about that and shouts his feelings up to her. She is suspicious about that at first, but after he says that his name would be his enemy, if it is her enemy, she is then quite worried what would happen if her kinsmen find him. This concern can be recognized by the volume of her voice, because she whispers. He repeats that he is not concerned about this fact, because he is able to hide in the dark and states clear that nothing, not even stone walls could stop him nor keep his love for her away. Juliet is still worried about him, but he says that he would rather die by their hand than due to lovesickness. The fact that Juliet is worried shows again how serious she is about him and doesn't want to lose him.