What does Prince Escalus say will happen if the Montagues and Capulets continue to fight?
Short Answer: Prince Escalus warns that anyone who fights in the Capulet/Montague feud again will be put to death.
What does the prince say is the penalty for fighting further?
ROMEO & Juliet Act 1 Scene 1 & 2
|What punishment does the Prince say he will give if the families fight again?||death penalty|
|Why is Lord Montague worried about Romeo?||he is very depressed|
|What does Romeo say is the cause of his bad mood?||unrequited love|
|Who is Romeo in love with at the start of the play?||Rosaline|
What does Prince Escalus tell the Montagues and Capulets?
Prince Escalus orders the Capulets and Montagues to refrain from disturbing the civil peace again. He warns them that they would receive death sentences as punishment if they disobeyed his orders.
What does Prince Escalus say will happen to the next person who disturbs the streets?
What does prince Escalus say will happen to anyone who again disturbs the peace? They will be killed.
What does the prince say to Romeo?
The Prince says that anyone fighting in public again will be subject to the death penalty. His exact words are: If ever you disturb our streets again, Your lives shall pay the forfeit of the peace.
What punishment does the prince order for Romeo?
What punishment DID he order? The Prince could have ordered that Romeo be killed as equal payment for Tybalt’s life, which is what Lady Capulet wanted. However, he chooses exile for this crime of revenge.
What scene does the prince banish Romeo?
The Prince banishes Romeo from Verona in Act 3, Scene 1. That scene begins with Benvolio and Mercutio bantering with each other.
Why did Romeo kill Juliet?
She hated the thought of marrying a man she didn’t love, and was willing to take a chance on dying in order not to marry him. This caused her death because when Romeo thought she was dead, he killed himself, which caused her to kill herself when she woke up.
What does Romeo use to kill himself?
Upon finding Juliet and believing her to be dead, Romeo uses a powerful, fast-acting poison to take his own life. An obvious choice for such a strong poison is potassium cyanide or the medieval monkshood, both of which cause rapid respiratory failure.
What does Juliet call Capulet?
We know Juliet’s mother bore her first child by the time she was 14, Juliet’s age, and her husband is many years older than she. Calling her “Lady Capulet” is a later addition; it is an echo of Juliet’s form of address in 3.5. 65: “my lady mother”.