Romeo and Juliet (Shakespeare Made Easy Study Guides) by William Shakespeare

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____ Romeo asks the Friar to perform the wedding ceremony. ” © 2006 Saddleback Educational Publishing 29 Shakespeare Made Easy: Romeo and Juliet Student Name Date ACTIVITY 26 The Poor Apothecary Background Directions Act five, Scene 1 When Balthazar tells Romeo that Juliet is “dead,” Romeo is determined to take fate into his own hands; he decides to buy poison from a poor apothecary (pharmacist) so that he can end his life. Imagine that the poor apothecary has a wife who has overhead his conversation with Romeo in lines 57–84.

Activity 4 Answers will vary, but they should incorporate the following events: • Tybalt discovering Romeo at the ball • Tybalt arguing with Lord Capulet, Capulet not allowing Tybalt to fight with © 2006 Saddleback Educational Publishing b c d F b 44 Shakespeare Made Easy: Romeo and Juliet Answer Key Romeo and Juliet 1. This line shows Mercutio’s cynicism about love and impatience with Romeo for being so melancholy about love. Activity 9 Answers to b. questions will vary slightly. 1. a. metaphor b.

Despite the fact that Mercutio picks a fight with Tybalt, Mercutio blames the Capulets and Montagues when he is mortally wounded. ____ 4. The Prince decrees that Romeo be killed for Tybalt’s death. ____ 5. When the Nurse returns with news of Tybalt’s death, Juliet first gets the impression that Romeo is dead. ____ 6. Juliet gets angry with the Nurse for shaming Romeo. ____ 7. Juliet threatens suicide after finding out that Romeo is banished. ____ 8. Juliet is angry with Romeo for killing Tybalt and writes a letter to Romeo telling him so.

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