- What is Mercutio’s famous line?
- What is Romeo’s response to Mercutio’s death?
- Why does Mercutio keep repeating a plague on both your houses?
- Why did Shakespeare kill Mercutio?
- Who sells the poison to Romeo?
- What is Mercutio’s fatal flaw?
- What is Mercutio’s personality?
- What curse does Mercutio Repeat 3 times?
- What does Mercutio mean when he curses both their houses?
- What do Mercutio last words mean?
- Why does Romeo kill Paris?
- Is Mercutio in love with Romeo?
- Why does Tybalt return after killing Mercutio?
- Who is to blame for the death of Mercutio?
- Why does Mercutio refuse to fight Romeo?
What is Mercutio’s famous line?
Mercutio : If love be rough with you, be rough with love.
Prick love for pricking and you beat love down..
What is Romeo’s response to Mercutio’s death?
He has great sympathy for his lost friend and realizes that what Mercutio had told him was true. Romeo believes that no good can come out of his love for Juliet. He knows he has to fight and kill Tybalt.
Why does Mercutio keep repeating a plague on both your houses?
Mercutio keeps repeating “A plague o’ both your houses” because if romeo would have fought he wouldn’t be dying.
Why did Shakespeare kill Mercutio?
Mercutio’s dying is a pivotal act in the play because it brings an imminent change in mood that has been looming over the play. … Tybalt kills Mercutio when Mercutio even thought there was a feud between them he Mercutio had no intent of killing Tybalt He only wished to fight with him.
Who sells the poison to Romeo?
The ApothecaryThe Apothecary says that he has just such a thing, but that selling poison in Mantua carries the death sentence. Romeo replies that the Apothecary is too poor to refuse the sale. The Apothecary finally relents and sells Romeo the poison.
What is Mercutio’s fatal flaw?
Mercutio’s tragic flaw is that he exhibits the characteristic Montague anger. This leads to his senseless brawl with Tybalt. As a result, this brawl ultimately costs Mercutio his life.
What is Mercutio’s personality?
Mercutio was a loyal best friend to the death. He was witty, funny, hotheaded, and perhaps even a bit crude. Romeo was a romantic, while Mercutio did not believe in the idea of true love. It was his loyalty that killed him in the end.
What curse does Mercutio Repeat 3 times?
Why does Mercutio keep repeating, ” A plague o’ both your houses?”
What does Mercutio mean when he curses both their houses?
“A plague o’ both your houses,” is a curse. Mercutio is renouncing any and all allegiance he previously had to the Montague house and cursing both houses indiscriminately. He does this because he believes that it is the feud that has lead to his death and he wants to symbolically get revenge.
What do Mercutio last words mean?
How does Mercutio die? What are his final words and what do they mean? He gets stabbed by Tybalt. He says that he plagues both house. This means the Capulets and the Montagues will be cursed.
Why does Romeo kill Paris?
As Romeo has been exiled from the city on penalty of death, Paris thinks that Romeo must hate the Capulets so much that he has returned to the tomb to do some dishonor to the corpse of either Tybalt or Juliet. … Romeo kills Paris. As he dies, Paris asks to be laid near Juliet in the tomb, and Romeo consents.
Is Mercutio in love with Romeo?
Mercutio’s speech, while building tension for Romeo’s first meeting with Juliet at the Capulet ball, indicates that although Mercutio is Romeo’s friend, he can never be his confidant. As the play progresses, Mercutio remains unaware of Romeo’s love and subsequent marriage to Juliet.
Why does Tybalt return after killing Mercutio?
He returns after killing Mercutio because Romeo challenged him. Why does Tybalt return after killing Mercutio? Instead of him being banished, she wants Romeo to be killed for what he’s done. What does Lady Capulet think should happen because of Tybalt’s murder?
Who is to blame for the death of Mercutio?
TybaltTybalt is to blame for Mercutio’s death, because Tybalt is the one who stabs him with his rapier: “Tybalt under Romeo’s arm thrusts Mercutio in and flies” (lines 89-90). Tybalt begins the quarrel by insulting Romeo, saying, “thou art a villain” (line 60).
Why does Mercutio refuse to fight Romeo?
What does Mercutio think is the reason Romeo refuses to fight? Mercutio thinks that Romeo is refusing to fight because he has been weakened by love. Mercutio thinks that Romeo’s surrender is dishonorable.