Romeo & Juliet Act II Questions

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Cole Bowden May 27/10 Act 2, Scene 2 1) The lines 61-64 indicate that Juliet knows who her eavesdropper is. Juliet: My ears have yet not drunk a hundred words Of thy tongue’s uttering, yet I know the sound. Art thou not Romeo, and a Montague? Romeo: Neither, fair maid, if either thoe dislike. 2) Juliet protests the fact that the moon changes as it makes its monthly rounds. I believe she is trying to say if one tries to swear their love for someone upon the moon, they are saying their love will not be everlasting because the moon acts to be erratic. At the end of the line Juliet says, “Lest thot thy love prove likewise variable.” She is saying in case your love turns out to be just as changeable. 3) I think Juliet’s behaviour is differs from a young woman who might want to collect a man’s heart because she finds Romeo easy to approach and also understands the fact that Romeo is passionately drawn towards her which makes it easy for her to play hard to get. In
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