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Romeo and Juliet Review Puzzle

Mrs. Gallo

Use the events of the play, quotations by characters, and literary terms to complete the puzzle.

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1.The character who says, "What drawn, and talk of peace! I hate the word As I hate hell, all Montagues, and thee."
3.A play in which the main character suffers a downfall.
7.A young count and relative of the Prince; Capulet orders Juliet to marry him or to leave the household; Romeo is forced to kill him at the Capulet tomb.
9.When his friends are trying to take him to Capulet's party, Romeo would rather be one of these because he doesn't feel like dancing.
10.Servant of the Capulets; he and Gregory inadvertently renew the feud.
12.A character who provides a contrast of another character. Tybalt is one to Romeo.
13.Prince of Verona.
14.This word means "virginity".
17.Juliet's family name.
21."Dove-feather'd raven!" is an example of this.
22.The character who says, "Saw you Romeo today? Right glad I am he was not at this fray."
25.A character's personality trait that leads to his or her downfall.
26.A scene intended to ease the tension of a serious play.
28.Mercutio calls Tybalt the Prince of _________.
31.The character who says, "O, She doth teach the torches to burn bright!"
33.The character who says, "In one respect I'll thy assistant be; For this alliance may so happy prove To turn your households' rancor to pure love."
35.A speech made by a character who is alone on stage.
36.Friar Lawrence's messenger could not deliver the message to Romeo because the messenger was in this.
37.Romeo's servant who brings to him the news of Juliet's (seeming) death.
39.Nephew of Lord Montague and good friend of Romeo. He attempts to stop the renewal of the feud. His name means good will.
41.Adjective used in the Prologue to described the ill-fated Romeo and Juliet.
42.Lord Capulet moves the wedding between Juliet and Paris to this day thereby affecting Juliet's plan.
45.Mercutio makes a pun of this word as he dies.
46.Young girl Romeo believes he loves before he meets Juliet.
47.Juliet's advisor; old woman who has cared for Juliet since her birth.
48.The character who says, "Good pilgrim you do wrong your hands too much."
2."That which we call a ___________ / By any other name would smell as sweet" (II.ii.43-44).
3.Juliet's age.
4.Lady Montague dies of this.
5.The character who says, "Hang, beg, starve, die in the streets!"
6.Town to which Romeo flees to avoid the death penalty.
7.Romeo uses this to kill himself.
8.Queen of the fairies described at length by Mercutio in Act I, scene iv.
11.Type of pet that Juliet wishes she could make of Romeo and thus keep him near her. (see II.ii.177-178).
15.A person who makes and sells medicine and drugs; Romeo obtained a vial of poison from such a person.
16.Juliet asks the Nurse to give this to Romeo after he has killed Tybalt.
17.The character who says, "Two households, both alike in dignity, In fair Verona, where we lay our scene, From ancient grudge break to new mutiny, Where civil blood makes civil hands unclean."
18.A disconnect between what a character believes to be true and what the audience knows to be true.
19.This occurs when the speaker means something different than what he or she says; sarcasm is one kind.
20.The prince substituted this punishment for that of Romeo's death, provided Romeo was not caught in Verona; term for being exiled from one's home country; a noun.
23.When Lord Capulet sees Juliet in her death-like sleep, he says that Paris will not be her groom because Juliet has married _______________. (IV.v.35-40).
24.The character who says, "See what a scourge is laid upon your hate, That heaven finds means to kill your joys with love. And I, for winking at your discords too, Have lost a brace of kinsmen. All are punished."
27.Songbird; bird that sings at break of day; when Romeo is preparing to leave for exile, he and Juliet debate whether the bird they hear is this type or a nightingale.
29.The character who says, "A scratch, a scratch. Marry, 'tis enough."
30.City in northeastern Italy; primary setting of the play.
32.Name of the friar who was unable to deliver Friar Lawrence's message to Romeo.
34.This word refers either to "a group of musicians" or a word that means "to hang out with".
38.A speech made by a character that can't be heard by other characters on stage.
40.Romeo's family name.
42."For never was a story of more ___________ / Than this of Juliet and her Romeo" (V.iii.309).
43.Juliet uses this to kill herself.
44.A humorous play on a word that has more than one meaning or two words that sound similar but have different meanings.

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