Romeo and Juliet (SparkNotes Literature Guide)
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ANALYSIS Apothecary audience balcony scene Balthasar banished beautiful begins Benvolio brawl calls Romeo Capulet servant Capulets and Montagues characters Chorus daughter defy described dreams duel exiled fairies feast feelings feud fight force fortune's fool Friar John Friar Lawrence Friar Lawrence's cell grief hatred husband Juliet asks Juliet meet Juliet's death Juliet's love kills Tybalt kinsman Lady Capulet Lady Montague language love between Romeo love for Juliet love for Romeo love for Rosaline marriage marry Paris masculine honor Mercu Mercutio metaphor Montagues and Capulets morning mother musicians Nurse's orchard parents passion peace play play's poison Prince Escalus Prologue Queen Mab speech refuses romantic love Romeo and Juliet Romeo in Mantua Romeo's love says seems sexual Shakespeare sleeping potion sonnet star-crossed stars story suicide SUMMARY tague tells Juliet theme tomb tragedy tragic Verona violence violent delights wedding night William Shakespeare woman world of honor young lovers