peter and the musicians exchange insults and pums
They aren't really affected by fate. They sort of put their consequences on themselves. In Act 4, Romeo kills Tybalt which ends up getting himself banished. Juliet also, in Act 5, drank the potion that was given to her by Friar Lawrence and everyone thinks she's dead; including Romeo. In the end, you could put all of the blame on Romeo and Juliet's actions... -matt (9th grader who just finished reading this story)
if you mean act 5 Paris,romeo and Juliet
There are three fights in Romeo and Juliet--one in Act 1, one in Act 3, and one in Act 5.
Act 4 Scene 3
Juliet and Paris
The fact that Romeo is a Montague and Juliet is a Capulet.
list three examples of scenes from act 1 romeo and juliet that show comic elements?
Oxymorons from Act I Scene V of Romeo & Juliet:"My only love sprung from my only hate!"
Romeo and Juliet act 2 when is the wedding of romeo and Juliet to be held?
English 10, Romeo and Juliet, Paragraph Topics. Act I, Scenes 3-5: 1. Compare the love that Romeo feels for Juliet to the love that he felt for Rosaline. (2.) Trace how fate has brought the two lovers together.
when romeo compares Juliet to a "winged messenger of heaven"=metaphor "it is the east and Juliet is the sun"= metaphor
The phrases "star-crossed lovers" and "death-marked love" suggest that the love of Romeo and Juliet was fated to have tragic consequences.
You need to specify which act you are talking about.
In Act V.
"Parting is such sweet sorrow"
Romeo and Juliet get married.