In a chart take notes on your inferences about the plays characters For example

In a chart take notes on your inferences about the

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7.In a chart, take notes on your inferences about the play’s characters. For example, what inferences can you make about WHY the friar agrees to marry Romeo and Juliet?
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Act II Questions Pages 870-871 Literary Focus: Literary Analysis 8.ANALYZE – This play, particularly the balcony scene, is greatly admired for the beauty of the poetry. Pick one passage in Act II that especially appeals to you and explain the poetic and literary devices involved. Is there rhyme, rhythm, or alliteration? How do you interpretthe figures of speech? To what senses do the images appeal?
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Act II Questions Pages 870-871 Literary Focus: Literary Analysis 9.EVALUATE – In Scene 2, line 37, Romeo talks in an ASIDE, a short speech usually delivered to the audience but sometimes to another character, that others onstage are not supposed to hear. Whom is Romeo talking to in his aside? What is the purpose of this conventionhere?
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Act II Questions Pages 870-871 Literary Focus: Literary Analysis 9. EVALUATE – Possible Answer Romeo is speaking either to himself or to the audience. The aside shows Romeo pondering what his next move should be, and it shows how Romeo becomes bold.
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Act II Questions Pages 870-871 Literary Focus: Tragedy
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