Reading Log ROMEO and JULIET Complete

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Reading Log | Romeo and Juliet
Instructions: Fill this out as we read each act. This will be due on December 7th. I will be signing off each
week to show that you have completed each act’s questions on time. If you do not get a signature for that
week’s work, you will lose 10 points. Be sure to keep up with your questions!
Be sure to…
 Answer each question in at least 2 complete sentences.
 Use text evidence to support yourself.
Act I Scene I:
1. Romeo and Juliet is essentially a love story. Why does Shakespeare begin it with a violent street
fight?
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2. Benvolio’s name means ‘well-wishing’. How does our first encounter with him help to establish
him as a ‘well-wishing’ character?
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3. What impression do you have of Tybalt and his attitude towards the feud?
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4. Romeo is introduced as a typical romantic lover. Describe his behavior, with specific reference to
the text and what he says to illustrate this point.
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5. What two families are fighting at the beginning of the play? Why? And why is their fight
important to the play overall?
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6. Discuss the term star crossed lovers as it relates to the play. Why is the term appropriate for the
love Romeo and Juliet feel for each other?
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Act I Scene II:
7. Who is Paris and what does he ask for in scene 2?
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8. In lines 16-19, Capulet says ‘But woo her gentle Paris…to fair according voice…’. How much does
Juliet appear to have a say in who she marries?
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Act I Scene III:
9. What do we learn of the Nurse’s character in this scene.
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10. Lady Capulet, the Nurse, and Juliet reveal different attitudes to love and marriage. Write a
description of each’s view of love and marriage.
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11. Now that we have met Juliet, do you believe her, and Romeo will make a good pair? How do their
attitudes about love compare?
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Act I Scene IV:
12. Romeo is still lovesick. Quote one of his lines which shows his state of mind and analyze it.
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13. What foreshadow is given that something tragic will happen?
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Act I Scene V:
14. When Romeo sees Juliet for the first time he states, ‘Beauty too rich for use, for earth too dear!’.
How are these words both ironic and ominous?
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15. Romeo approaches Juliet and their first words form a perfect sonnet. Why is the poetic structure
so appropriate here?
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16. How does Juliet react to Romeo’s advances? What does this tell us about her character?
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Act II Scene I:
17. What do Benvolio and Mercutio not know about Romeo in this scene?
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18. How Mercutio feel about blind love? Why does he say about it?
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Act II Scene II:
19. Why is Romeo's presence at Juliet's home dangerous? What does he tell Juliet helped him
overcome the dangers and difficulties?
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20. Juliet wishes Romeo would denounce his family name and profess his love to her. She says that
names and titles are after all just words and mean nothing when it comes to important things
such as love. But is she right? If so, then why would families feud for decades, or even centuries,
over their family names' honor?
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21. What happens at the end of Scene 2? What is the result of the balcony interaction between
Romeo and Juliet?
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22. Light and darkness are often used in this play contrasting symbols. What qualities does Romeo
give to Juliet by using light as a symbol for her?
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23. Why does Juliet say that Romeo must not swear by the moon?
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24. Remember the theme of maturity/immaturity that is represented in the play. Juliet seems more
practical than Romeo in this scene. Give evidence to support this statement.
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Act II Scene III:
25. How do we know that Romeo and Friar Lawrence have a close relationship?
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26. Friar Lawrence states, ‘In one respect I’ll thy assistant be/ For this alliance may so happy prove/
To turn your households’ rancor to pure love’. Refer to these lines and explain why Friar
Lawrence agrees to marry the lovers.
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27. What does Friar Lawrence say about virtue and vice? What importance does this have in the
context of the play?
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Act II Scene IV:
28. Mercutio and Benvolio are concerned because Tybalt has challenged Romeo to a duel. Mercutio
then makes a joke and says that Romeo is already dead. How has Romeo ‘died’ according to him?
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29. When Romeo enters, how does he show that his depressed mood has changed?
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30. What is the message which the Nurse must give to Juliet?
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Act II Scene V:
31. Juliet is very impatient to hear news from Romeo (lines 1-17). What images does she use in her
soliloquy to express this?
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32. Why does the Nurse agree to help Juliet marry Romeo?
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Act II Scene VI:
33. What is the Friar’s warning in the lines: ‘These violent delights have violent ends And, in their
triumph, die like fire and powder, Which, as they kiss, consume.’
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34. What is the Friar’s advice to Romeo in the following lines? “Therefore, love moderately: long love
doth so: Too swift arrives as tardy as too slow.”
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Act III Scene I:
35. Early in Scene 1, what causes Benvolio to think there will be unrest and fighting very soon?
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36. What does Tybalt call Romeo? Why won't Romeo fight him, despite what Tybalt calls him?
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37. As Mercutio dies, he repeatedly curses both the Capulet and Montague houses. Why?
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38. Romeo blames his love for Juliet to have made him effeminate, hence his refusal to fight Tybalt.
What does this say about gender in the Middle Ages? Does this macho attitude still exist? If so,
how does it affect society?
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39. What detail does Romeo remember about his dream before the party? What does that detail
make him call himself?
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40. What punishment does Prince Escalus decide upon the end of the scene?
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Act III Scene II:
41. The Nurse comes in saying ‘He’s dead, he’s dead, he’s dead…’. To whom is she referring? What
conclusion does Juliet immediately jump to?
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42. When the nurse begins to say negative things about Romeo, how does Juliet react?
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Act III Scene III:
43. Friar Lawrence tells Romeo that he has not been condemned to death but to banishment. How
does Romeo respond to this news?
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44. The Nurse arrives and explains how grief-stricken Juliet is. How does Romeo react to this?
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45. We know that Romeo is a character who does not think before he acts. What is an example of
this in scene 3?
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Act III Scene IV:
46. What decision does Capulet make in this scene? How does his decision contradict his behavior
earlier in the play?
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Act III Scene V:
47. After spending the night with Juliet, Romeo must leave quickly. As he climbs down the ladder,
Juliet says: ‘O God, I have an ill-divining soul/ Methinks I see thee, now thou are so low/ As one
dead in the bottom of a tomb’. What do her words mean? Why is this image of foreboding so
appropriate?
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48. Lady Capulet thinks that Juliet is mourning for Tybalt. What plan does she have to take out
Romeo and how does Juliet react?
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49. Juliet speaks to her mother and refers to Romeo, saying ‘And yet no man like he doth grieve my
heart.’. How does her mother understand her words? What does Juliet actually mean?
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50. Describe Lord Capulet’s treatment of Juliet in this scene.
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51. How do Juliet’s last words ‘If all else fail, myself have the power to die’ reflect her state of mind?
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Act IV Scene I:
52. Why is Friar Laurence unwilling to marry Paris and Juliet? How does he explain his unwillingness?
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53. Discuss Friar Laurence's plan to help Juliet. Why does he believe Juliet will accept this plan? Does
she accept?
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Act IV Scene II:
54. What does Juliet say that makes her father happy?
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55. How does Capulet change the wedding plans? What implication does this have?
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Act IV Scene III:
56. What are some of the fears Juliet has about the potion?
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57. Up to this point, Juliet has been prone to drama and rash decisions. How does she now show her
maturity and independence?
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Act IV Scene IV:
58. What is happening in this brief scene?
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Act IV Scene V:
59. Describe the imagery Shakespeare uses in describing Juliet’s “death”?
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60. Why do you think the Nurse and Juliet’s parents constantly repeat “Death”?
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61. Scene V ends with everyone exiting except for the Nurse and the musicians. Why are the
musicians there? How do they change the mood from the beginning of the scene?
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Act V Scene I:
62. Who is Balthasar? What news does he bring Romeo? How does Romeo react to that news?
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63. Yet another suicide is in the works. What does Romeo's decision tell us about the impetuous
nature of teenagers? We have seen it work throughout the play, but Juliet showed us in the
previous act that teenagers are more than capable of making mature and independent decisions.
Why doesn't Romeo?
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64. What does Romeo mean when he says, ‘Then I defy you, stars!’?
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Act V Scene II:
65. Who is Friar John? What does he tell Friar Laurence? After hearing his news, what does Friar
Laurence rush to do?
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66. The letter never reaches Romeo, so he is unaware of the plan. Is this Friar John's fault? After all,
he did not know what was in the letter, and could not have realized its life and death implication.
What responsibility, if any, does Friar Laurence have here?
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67. What is Paris doing at Juliet’s tomb? Did he really care about Juliet?
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68. What metaphor does Romeo use to describe the tomb?
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69. What does Paris assume about Romeo’s presence at the Capulet tomb? A fight ensures shortly
after, who’s fault is it for the fight?
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70. What characteristics of Juliet should have tipped Romeo that she is still alive?
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71. Before drinking the poison, Romeo cries out, “Come, bitter conduct, come, unsavory guide! /
Though desperate pilot, now at once run on / The dashing rocks thy seasick weary bark!”. What
does he mean? How does this relate to other things Romeo has said?
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72. Romeo has made rash decisions throughout the play by acting first and thinking later. However,
he has gotten advice from Friar Lawrence before each decision and never acting on his own.
What makes Romeo make the decision, and carry it out, to kill himself and without the counsel
from Friar Lawrence?
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73. Romeo’s soliloquy in Juliet’s tomb reveals the many levels of tragedy in Romeo and Juliet. Explain
those levels and why they are significant.
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74. Juliet has shown a level of maturity as the play has gone on. In this moment, she seems to make a
rash or immature decision to kill herself. Why does she do this? How is this different from how
she has acted in the past couple of acts?
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75. What happened to Lady Montague?
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76. Explain the Prince’s words, ‘Capulet, Montague, see what a scourge is laid upon your hate, that
heaven finds means to kill your joys with love!’.
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77. The prologue predicted that the feud between the Montagues and Capulets would end upon the
death of their children. What do Capulet and Montague do to show that their feud is over?
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78. “Love Conquers All” is a theme expressed in Romeo and Juliet. Argue whether you think this is
true using details and/or examples from the play to support you answer.
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79. The prologue stated that Romeo and Juliet were “star-crossed lovers” and ruled by fate. Having
read the whole play, was their love and death controlled by fate, or by their own actions?
Provide examples from the play to support your answer.
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80. List of all the characters who played a role in Romeo and Juliet’s death and why they have that
responsibility. What could they have done to prevent this tragedy?
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