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Monologues and Soliloquies in Romeo and Juliet
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- Act I, Scene I, Prince, 71-94, Scolds the Capulets and Montagues forfighting in Verona’s streets.
- Act I, Scene II, Capulet, 13-37, Gives speech to Paris about marrying Juliet
- Act I, Scene III, Nurse, 16-48, Nurse talks to Juliet of marriage to Parismentions Susana and her husband, both who died
- Act I, Scene III, L. Capulet, 79-94, Explains to her daughter that it is time that she be married and why she should like Paris
- Act I, Scene IV, Mercutio, 53-94, Queen Mab
- Act I, Scene V, Capulet, 15-32, Introduces his guests to the Masquerade
- Act II, Scene I, Mercutio, 7-21, Makes fun of Romeo to Benvolio for being in love
- Act II, Scene II, Juliet, 85-106, Speaks about how she loves Romeo
- Act II, Scene III, Friar, 65-80, Chastises Romeo for forgetting Rosaline so quickly and “falling in love” with Juliet just as quickly
- Act III, Scene I, Benvolio, 146-169, Benvolio tells the crowd how Mercutio and Tybalt were killed
- Act III, Scene II, Juliet, 97-127, Recalls the fact the Romeo has beenbanished and Tybalt slain. Speaking to Nurse
- Act III, Scene III, Romeo, 29-51, Speaks to the Friar about his punishment and how upset he is
- Act III, Scene III, Friar, 109-158, Chastises Romeo for acting like a woman and being ungrateful for the blessings he has been given. Devises a plan to satisfy him
- Act III, Scene V, Capulet, 177-197, Yells at Juliet. Angry because she does not want to marry Paris
- Act IV, Scene I, Juliet, 50-67, Speaking to the Friar. Her reaction toRomeo’s banishment. Threatens to commit suicide.
- Act IV, Scene I, Friar, 89-120, To Juliet. Explains the plan of giving Juliet the potion to appear dead and the uniting of her and Romeo in Mantua.
- Act IV, Scene V, Friar, 65-83, Friar to Capulet. Speech after they find Juliet “dead”
- Act V, Scene III, Romeo, 22-39, To Balthasar. They are at Juliet’s tomb and he is asking him to leave
- Act V, Scene III, Friar, 229-269, To the crowd after Romeo and Juliet are found dead. Explains everything about the plan and confesses his part in it.
- Act II, Scene II, Romeo, 1-23, Balcony: Romeo professes love for Juliet
- Act II, Scene III, Friar, 1-22, Friar is picking herbs and flowers to makepotions that heal and kill.
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A list and explanation of all the Monologues and Soliloquies in Romeo and Juliet. Excellent for teaching your students the difference between the two and analysis of each.