Shakespearean Drama. The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet. Exam: Review. Romeo and Juliet. Romeo and Juliet. The multiple choice test breaks down this way: 20 multiple choice questions relate to Act 5 3 multiple choice questions ask you to identify the speakers and meanings of quotes
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The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet
Romeo and Juliet
Example: Before he proposes to her, Romeo has known Juliet for: (how long?)
Examples: Who is the hot-tempered nephew of Lady Capulet?
Friar Laurence would be considered loyal to which family, the Montagues or Capulets? Or is he neutral?
Benvolio’s personality could generally be described as?
Who talks of the dream fairy?
Be familiar with key passages and their meanings:
Example: Prologue, Act 1: The narrator explains the play is about a feud between two families that will end in tragedy.
Be familiar with literary terms and be able to recognize examples of:
Myth (definitions and characteristics; from Pyramus and Thisbe activity)
Metaphor, simile, personification
Sonnets (including their appearance in the play)