ELA 2 Paragraph - Krista DeBow Romeo and Juliet Analysis I chose to use the quote \u201cO speak again bright angel For thou art as glorious to this night

ELA 2 Paragraph - Krista DeBow Romeo and Juliet Analysis I...

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Krista DeBow 3/9/16 Romeo and Juliet Analysis I chose to use the quote, “O, speak again, bright angel! For thou art as glorious to this night, being o’er my head, as a winged messenger of heaven.” (II.ii,28-30 ). I chose this quote to represent the forcefulness of love and hate. These lines are spoken after the party when Juliet is inside and Romeo found her bedroom window. He wants to say goodbye to his love and in these specific lines, he is referring to her talking being as perfect as an angel talking. It is his way of saying she is perfect and he could listen to
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