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Unformatted text preview: Romeo and Juliet: Study Guide Read all directions CAREFULLY. Not following directions will result in lost points. Shakespeare:Review your notes on Shakespeare and his theatre. Highlight any key information and attach your notes. Characters:Give a brief description of each character below. Then, check to make sure the main characters are in the appropriate space in your family tree; be sure to explain the relationships between the characters on the lines connecting them. 1. Romeo 12. Benvolio 2. Juliet 3. Friar Laurence 4. Nurse 5. Mercutio 6. Tybalt 7. Lord Capulet 8. Lady Capulet 9. Lord Montague 10. Lady Montague 11. Paris 13. Prince 14. Friar John 15. Balthasar 16. Gregory 17. Sampson 18. Abram 19. Apothecary 20. Peter 21. Rosaline 22. The Chorus Plot:Complete the tasks below and attach your Act notes behind your Shakespeare notes. 1. In your notes« a. highlight ONE key plot point in each SCENE. b. circle (or highlight in a different color) the ONE main idea of each ACT. 2. On a separate sheet of paper, provide a brief summary for each scene. (Summaries should be 1-5 complete sentences depending on the length of the scene.) 3. For extra credit on your study guide, correct each of your Act Quizzes (you should have 5). Literary Terms: Define each of the terms below in your own words. Give an example of each (from the text). 1. Extended Metaphor: 2. Simile: 3. Foreshadowing: 4. Allusion: 5. Situational Irony: 6. Dramatic Irony: 7. Pun: 8. Personification: 9. Hyperbole: 10. Oxymoron: 11. Paradox: 12. Alliteration: 13. Consonance: 14. Assonance: 15. Imagery: 16. Monologue: 17. Aside: 18. Dramatic Irony: 19. Suspense: 20. Metaphor: 21. Symbolism: ...
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This note was uploaded on 05/02/2011 for the course ENGL 430 taught by Professor Lemon during the Spring '11 term at USC.

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