- 1 Who said Holy Saint Francis What a change is here?
- 2 What does within the infant rind of this small flower mean?
- 3 What does Titan’s fiery wheels meaning?
- 4 What does Romeo and Juliet Act 2 Scene 3 mean?
- 5 How old was Romeo?
- 6 Why is not this better than groaning for love?
- 7 What is the main point of Friar Laurence soliloquy?
- 8 What does O Mickle is the powerful grace that lies mean?
- 9 What does GREY eyed morn mean?
- 10 What is Mercutio’s view of Tybalt?
- 11 Why does Friar say he will marry Romeo and Juliet?
- 12 What is Friar worried about when he first sees Romeo?
- 13 How old is Juliet?
- 14 How does Romeo prove his love for Juliet?
- 15 How does Romeo’s attitude change love?
Who said Holy Saint Francis What a change is here?
Friar’s ” Holy Saint Francis, what a change is here!” in Romeo and Juliet.
What does within the infant rind of this small flower mean?
Within the small rind of this little flower there is both poison and medicine. If you smell it, you feel good. If you taste it, it stops your heart. Two opposing elements, good and evil, reside in both men and herbs. In the cases where evil predominates, death will soon kill the plant or body like a cancer.
What does Titan’s fiery wheels meaning?
In this example, “ Titan’s fiery wheels ” refers to the Greek sun god, Helios, who, in Greek Mythology, drove a chariot with the sun attached across the sky. The story of Phaeton, which involves Helios’ chariot, is a good mythical example/analogy of what happens when one cannot control his “fieryness”.
What does Romeo and Juliet Act 2 Scene 3 mean?
Act 2, Scene 3 introduces us to Friar Laurence, who is an important, though mainly off-stage, player in Romeo and Juliet. He is good and wise and embodies all that is both holy and pure in Verona. In that way, he stands apart from the feud that’s tearing Verona apart.
How old was Romeo?
In Romeo and Juliet, Juliet is 13, but how old is Romeo? Shakespeare never gives Romeo a specific age. Although his age could be anywhere between thirteen and twenty-one, he is typically portrayed as being around the age of sixteen.
Why is not this better than groaning for love?
Why, is not this better now than groaning for love? Now art thou sociable. Now art thou Romeo. Now art thou what thou art—by art as well as by nature, for this driveling love is like a great natural that runs lolling up and down to hide his bauble in a hole.
What is the main point of Friar Laurence soliloquy?
The Friar’s soliloquy is about the healing power of plants and herbs. However, he also warns that some plants used to heal can also be poisonous. This, of course, foreshadows the tragic events to come by indicating what will happen later on in the play.
What does O Mickle is the powerful grace that lies mean?
” O mickle is the powerful grace that lies in herbs, plants, stones, and their true qualities” meaning. There is a lot of goodness that lies in the Earth’s plants, herbs, stones. “For nought so vile that on the earth doth live.
What does GREY eyed morn mean?
The first is grey – eyed morn smiles. This description of the morning tells you that it was grey, but it does it in a way that personifies the morning, by giving it eyes. It also personifies the morning by saying that the morning can smile, a way to describe the bright, happy look of a beautiful morning.
What is Mercutio’s view of Tybalt?
Mercutio seems to fear and respect Tybalt. When he finds out that Tybalt has issued a challenge to Romeo, Mercutio says that Tybalt is a formidable duelist, and a very tough man to fight. He compares his fighting skills to a virtuoso singer, and praises his mastery of the techniques of sword fighting.
Why does Friar say he will marry Romeo and Juliet?
When Romeo asks Friar Lawrence to marry him and Juliet, Friar Lawrence agrees because he thinks their marriage might bring about the end of the feud between their two families. He states, “For this alliance may so happy prove / To turn your households’ rancor to pure love” (2.3. 91–92).
What is Friar worried about when he first sees Romeo?
What is Friar Lawrence worried about when he first sees Romeo. That Romeo has slept with Rosaline. That Romeo has run off with Juliet. That Romeo has insulted Capulet.
How old is Juliet?
Juliet is thirteen years old. In Shakespeare’s primary sources, Juliet is considerably older than she is in the play. Why does Shakespeare change Juliet’s age?
How does Romeo prove his love for Juliet?
Juliet is worried that he might be saying that he loves her simply because he now knows that he can easily have her. Romeo then says he will swear by the moon that he loves Juliet. Juliet then decides that Romeo can prove that his love is honorable by proposing to marry her.
How does Romeo’s attitude change love?
Throughout the play Romeo and Juliet’s attitude towards love changes dramatically. He believed that he was in love with her but was confused at why she “won’t ope her lap for saint seducing gold”. But as readers we can see that this isn’t love but lust. He was willing to pay her money to have sex with him.