anonymous
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Who has read Romeo and Juliet? The ***** that speaks, The Rainy day, and The Mending Wall?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
this should be in the English section hun. u might have more luck there.
anonymous
  • anonymous
@mikaa_toxica13 I have put it there.... No One answers... So, if I put it in the algebra section people will.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Uhm ok well I know a lil bit, I might be able to help. I'm only here cuz I need math help. is this the full question ?

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anonymous
  • anonymous
Ok thanks!! @mikaa_toxica13 Here is one of the questions
anonymous
  • anonymous
In "The Negro Speaks of Rivers," Langston Hughes's speaker links the rivers he describes with his long and notable history of his people. his memories of traveling to many rivers. his appreciation for the beauty of the natural world. his love for a woman he long ago lost.
anonymous
  • anonymous
lol what happened to romeo and juliet ?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Ok, here is one of those... Lol. What is the function of the Prologue in Romeo and Juliet? It introduces the play’s characters. It builds suspense about what will happen after the play’s action ends. It informs the audience about the playwright. It explains the conflict and resolution that drive the play’s plot.
anonymous
  • anonymous
@mikaa_toxica13
anonymous
  • anonymous
Either B or D
anonymous
  • anonymous
Which one seems more like it? I think D @mikaa_toxica13
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yea its probably D. The prologue tells u whats going on and why.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Which of the following best describes Romeo as the play opens? furious with Tybalt deeply in love with Juliet depressed by Rosaline’s rejection happy just to hang out with his friends @mikaa_toxica13
anonymous
  • anonymous
depressed by Rosaline’s rejection
anonymous
  • anonymous
The major conflict and resolution of the play involve the fight between Mercutio and Tybalt, which is resolved by Tybalt’s slaying of Mercutio. the love between Romeo and Juliet, which is resolved by their marriage. the feud between the Montagues and the Capulets, which is resolved by the deaths of their children. the mistrust between Friar Laurence and the Nurse, which is resolved by their attempts to help the lovers.
anonymous
  • anonymous
@mikaa_toxica13
anonymous
  • anonymous
the feud between the Montagues and the Capulets, which is resolved by the deaths of their children
anonymous
  • anonymous
I have a couple more if that's fine with you @mikaa_toxica13
anonymous
  • anonymous
In Romeo and Juliet, Shakespeare repeatedly uses the stars to symbolize the feud between the Capulets and Montagues. the fate that overtakes the lovers. Tybalt's rage against the Montagues. Mercutio's wit and wisdom.
anonymous
  • anonymous
There you go...
anonymous
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@mikaa_toxica13
anonymous
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Either A or B but probably B
anonymous
  • anonymous
Why does Juliet's rejection of her father's arrangement for her to marry Paris result in such friction in the Capulet home? Capulet is annoyed that Juliet married Romeo behind his back and will not own up to what she's done. Capulet is irritated because his wife has spoiled Juliet and made it impossible for him to find her a husband. Juliet is upset because she wants to marry Paris of her own accord, not because her father arranged the union. Capulet is angry because Paris is a suitable husband, and girls in Juliet's day and age did not defy their parents.
anonymous
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@mikaa_toxica13
anonymous
  • anonymous
Capulet is angry because Paris is a suitable husband, and girls in Juliet's day and age did not defy their parents.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Two more... @mikaa_toxica13
anonymous
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k :)
anonymous
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Which of the following is the climax of Romeo and Juliet? the death of Tybalt the deaths of Romeo and Juliet the death of Mercutio the death of Paris In Romeo and Juliet, how are Tybalt and Mercutio different? Tybalt is a violent, quick-tempered fighter; Mercutio, on the other hand, is a likable and witty man. Tybalt is a bold, self-assured and figure; Mercutio, on the other hand, is a pathetic character who hesitates to act on his feelings. Tybalt is a minor character in the play; Mercutio, on the other hand, is central to the plot. Tybalt is gracious and forgiving; Mercutio, on the other hand, acts without pity.
anonymous
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There it is... @mikaa_toxica13
anonymous
  • anonymous
the deaths of Romeo and Juliet Tybalt is a violent, quick-tempered fighter; Mercutio, on the other hand, is a likable and witty man.
anonymous
  • anonymous
any more ?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yes but, for other poems... @mikaa_toxica13
anonymous
  • anonymous
haha romeo and juliet wasn't a poem but I might be able to help.

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