WHO SAID eyes look your last?

WHO SAID eyes look your last?

Eyes, look your last! Arms, take your last embrace! by Sir Frank Dicksee, 18531928.

What does a dateless bargain to engrossing death mean?

In this metaphor, Romeos lips are his seal which he imprints with a kiss onto his dateless (endless) bargain (contract) with death that he describes as engrossing (all encompassing) since everyone must eventually die.

WHO SAID For never was a story of more woe?

William Shakespeare

WHO SAID eyes look your last Arms take your last embrace?

Eyes, look your last! Arms, take your last embrace! by Sir Frank Dicksee, 18531928.

Who says men’s eyes were made to look let them gaze?

Quote by Shakespeare: Mens eyes were made to look, let them gaze, I

What does O you the doors of breath seal with a righteous kiss a dateless bargain to engrossing death mean?

In this metaphor, Romeos lips are his seal which he imprints with a kiss onto his dateless (endless) bargain (contract) with death that he describes as engrossing (all encompassing) since everyone must eventually die.

What does the doors of breath seal with a righteous kiss mean?

In this scene, Romeo said The doors of breath, seal with a righteous kiss From the quote, fate was highlighted as Romeo said that he would seal the doors of breath, meaning that he would kill himself; yet, after he has said this, Juliets hand moves, the audience know that Juliet is awake and hope that Romeo would

What is Romeo’s reaction to Paris’s death?

Romeo is reluctant to kill Paris, because he is concerned only with dying himself and entreats Paris to leave. Romeo says to Paris, By heaven I love thee better than myself. He responded similarly to Tybalts insults in Act III, Scene 1, But [I] love thee better than thou canst devise.

How does Romeo use personification to represent death?

Romeo uses personification to describe death. He says death has sucked the honey (line 92) of Juliets breath but has no power yet upon (Juliets] beauty (line 93). This means that Juliet cannot breathe or speak, but she still looks as beautiful to Romeo, as she did when she was alive.

What does the sun for sorrow will not show his head mean?

The Prince suggests that Romeo and Juliets death is a kind of punishment for the Montague/Capulet feud. He further says that he is partially to blame for what happened, and, by the loss of Mercutio and Paris, even he is punished.

Who said the quote for never was there a story of more woe than this of Juliet and her Romeo?

Quote by William Shakespeare: For never was a story of more woe than this of

What does For never was a story of more woe than this of Juliet and her Romeo?

Never was a story of more woe than this of Juliet and her Romeo, is a fitting phrase to the conclusion of the play. It is fitting because the text is truly about woe, which occurs when the characters allow their feelings to take over reason.

What does the last line of Romeo and Juliet mean?

At the plays end, the love they share and the violence that separates them become one and the same. Though they shall be buried together, laying forever in each others arms, the lovers will also remain forever apart, separated by death.

Who said men’s eyes were made to look and let them gaze?

In this metaphor, Romeos lips are his seal which he imprints with a kiss onto his dateless (endless) bargain (contract) with death that he describes as engrossing (all encompassing) since everyone must eventually die.

What does Benvolio mean when he says all eyes gaze on us?

Either withdraws unto some private place, or reason coldly of your grievance, or some else part. Here all eyes gaze on us? He was concerned about having another fight because they are going to be killed if they right in public

What did Romeo say when Mercutio dies?

According to Romeo, what will happen because of Mercutios death? Romeo says that his death but begins the woe others must end (line 122), meaning that because Mercutio died protecting the reputation of the Montagues, the Montagues will avenge the death; so more bloodshed will follow.

What does Tybalt call Romeo?

What does Tybalt call Romeo? Tybalt calls Romeo a villain and a dog.

What Mercutio called Tybalt?

Tybalt shares the same name as the character Tibert/Tybalt the Prince of Cats in Reynard the Fox, a point of both mockery and compliment to him in the play. Mercutio repeatedly calls Tybalt Prince of Cats referring to Tybalts expertise with the sword, as he is agile and fast, but also it is an insult.

What is personification in Romeo and Juliet?

In this scene, Romeo said The doors of breath, seal with a righteous kiss From the quote, fate was highlighted as Romeo said that he would seal the doors of breath, meaning that he would kill himself; yet, after he has said this, Juliets hand moves, the audience know that Juliet is awake and hope that Romeo would

What does Juliet say to Romeo after they kiss?

Romeo uses personification to describe death. He says death has sucked the honey (line 92) of Juliets breath but has no power yet upon (Juliets] beauty (line 93). This means that Juliet cannot breathe or speak, but she still looks as beautiful to Romeo, as she did when she was alive.

What does and lips O you the doors of breath seal with a righteous kiss a dateless bargain to engrossing Death?

In this metaphor, Romeos lips are his seal which he imprints with a kiss onto his dateless (endless) bargain (contract) with death that he describes as engrossing (all encompassing) since everyone must eventually die.

What does Romeo say before he drinks the poison?

The Prince suggests that Romeo and Juliets death is a kind of punishment for the Montague/Capulet feud. He further says that he is partially to blame for what happened, and, by the loss of Mercutio and Paris, even he is punished.

Why do I descend into this bed of Death?

O my love, my wife,Death, that hath sucked the honey of thy breath,Hath had no power yet upon thy beauty.

How did Romeo react to Juliet’s death?

Romeo comments that nothing can be ill in the world if Juliet is well. Balthasar replies that nothing can be ill, then, for Juliet is well: she is in heaven, found dead that morning at her home. Thunderstruck, Romeo cries out, Then I defy you, stars (5.1. 24).

What does Romeo do when he sees Juliet dead?

A mourning Paris visits Juliets tomb. Romeo arrives, and the two begin a duel outside the vault, which ends in Pariss death. When Romeo enters the tomb, he sees Juliet in a corpse-like state and launches into a long, sad speech, kisses her, and drinks his poison

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