Quote by William Shakespeare: “Give me my Romeo. And when I shall die, Take hi”
Who says give me my romeo and when he shall die?
In this way, who Says Give me my Romeo and when he shall die? Shakespeare
when he shall die quote meaning? That all the world will be in love with night. And pay no worship to the garish sun. The literal interpretation of these lines would be a plea to the gods to turn Romeo into a constellation in the sky upon his death so that she (and the rest of the world) may always admire his incredible beauty.
who said and when I shall die Take him and cut him up?
Who said OI have bought the mansion of a love?
The “mansion of love” stands for her husband, Romeo. When Juliet says she has not “possessed” it, she means that she has not consummated her marriage to Romeo. She means the same thing when she follows with “and though I am sold,/Not yet enjoyed” (ll 27-28).
What does to cut him out in little stars foreshadow?
The audience is therefore already uncomfortably aware that Romeo’s life may be in danger before Juliet says that when Romeo “shall die,” he should be “cut out in little stars” and will “make the face of heaven so fine” that people will prefer day to night. “Gallop Apace, You Fiery-Footed Steeds” Soliloquy Translation. Juliet was impatient for the night to come. It seemed that the day would go on forever. She wished the god of the sun would whip his horses so that they would carry him faster to the distant west and allow night to fall like a thick curtain.
What does Gallop apace mean?
In Act III, Scene II, when Juliet says, “Gallop apace, you fiery-footed steeds, / Towards Phoebus’ lodging,” she is using Greek mythology to express her eagerness for the day to pass and for night to fall so that her wedding night can take place (1-2).
What advice does Friar Laurence give Romeo in Act 3?
One admonition Friar Laurence gives Romeo in Act 3, Scene 3 is to warn him that his ungratefulness is a “deadly sin.” When Romeo wails that being banished from Verona is “purgatory, torture, hell itself,” in other words, worse than death, Friar Laurence refers to his lack of gratitude and lack of perspective as, “O
When he shall die Take him and cut him out in little stars and he will make the face of heaven so fine that all the world will be in love with?
“When he shall die take him and cut him out into stars and he shall make the face of heaven so fine that all the world will be in love with night and pay no worship to the garish sun.”
What is Romeo's reaction when he learns that he has been banished?
Romeo reacts poorly to the news of his banishment. He tells Friar Laurence that exile holds more terror for him than death. In other words, he would rather face death than be banished from Verona. Meanwhile, Friar Laurence advises Romeo to bear his trial with courage.
What is the nurse's mood in Act 3 Scene 2?
Summary: Act 3, scene 2 In Capulet’s house, Juliet longs for night to fall so that Romeo will come to her “untalked of and unseen” (3.2. 7). Suddenly the Nurse rushes in with news of the fight between Romeo and Tybalt. But the Nurse is so distraught, she stumbles over the words, making it sound as if Romeo is dead.
What does Juliet plan to do with the cords?
In Act III, Scene 2, Juliet originally asks her Nurse to obtain “a cord” so that Romeo may climb this rope and enter her chambers in order to consummate their marriage; however, after she learns the tragic events involving Tybalt and Romeo, Juliet considers using the rope to commit suicide. —Come, Nurse.
When I shall die Take him and cut him out in little stars?
When he shall die, take him and cut him out into little stars and he shall make the face of heaven so fine that all the world will be in love with night and pay no worship to the garish sun.
What is the purpose of Juliet's soliloquy in Act 3 Scene 2?
Although she is unaware of the tragic news that awaits her, Juliet’s soliloquy fantasizing about her wedding night embroiders tragic images into the fabric of her epithalamion, or wedding song.