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2nd Puc English Romeo And Juliet Poem Notes Question Answer

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Romeo And Juliet Poem Notes

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Comprehension :

1. Who according to Romeo teaches the torches to burn bright?

Juliet

2. bright’ to what does he next compare Juliet that shows her brightness?

Romeo compares Juliet to a precious jewel or a diamond ear ring that hangs in the ears of an African lady.

3. What does Romeo intend to do after the measure is done/dance
is over?

He intends to dance with her or at least touch her hand in greeting and make his ugly hand blessed.

4. What had Romeo not seen until he met Juliet ?

He had not seen what true beauty was until he met Juliet.

5. What does Juliet ask the loving, black browed night to do?

She asks the loving black browed night to bring her Romeo to her.

6. Who will come gliding on the wings of night?

Romeo

7. How does Juliet want Romeo to be immortalized?

Juliet wants Romeo to be immortalized as stars in heaven

8. Why will be the world be in love with night?

Romeo will make the face of heaven so fine that the world will fall in love with night.

9.The phrase, ‘teach the torches to burn bright’ suggests

Juliet’s beauty surpasses the brightness of light.

10. What do you think the phrase ‘face of heaven’ signifies?

The phrase ‘face of heaven’ signifies the moonlit night sky.

11. Name the two rival families of Verona.

The Montagues and the Capulets.

12. Why does Romeo attend the supper?

Romeo attends the supper with the intention of seeing Rosaline, with
whom he was in love

13. Why does Romeo attend the supper in disguise?

Romeo, a Montague, being an enemy of the Capulets, had not been invited to the grand supper. As Romeo was keen on seeing Rosaline, he attended the supper in disguise

14. Who does Romeo see on the dance floor?

Romeo sees Juliet, the fourteen year old daughter of the Capulets, on the dance floor.

15. Who does Romeo fall in love with at the party?

Juliet.

16. By whose beauty is Romeo fascinated?

Romeo is fascinated by the beauty of Juliet, the only daughter of the capulets.

17. What does Romeo learn about Juliet after the dance?

Romeo comes to know that Juliet was the only daughter of the Capulets
who were staunch enemies of the Montagues.

18. What does Romeo mean when he praises Juliet as ‘Beauty too much for use, for earth too dear’?

Romeo is so enchanted by Juliet’s beauty that he says that she is too beautiful for this world and too beautiful to die and be buried.

19. What is the metaphor Romeo uses in ‘so shows a snowy dove trooping with crows’ when he describes Juliet?

Romeo uses the metaphor ‘snowy dove’ to describe Juliet.

20. What does Romeo mean when he says, ‘I never saw true beauty till this night’?

Romeo feels that never before has he felt so much in love with someone so beautiful as Juliet.

21. When does Juliet want Romeo to be set up in the heaven with the stars?

Juliet wants Romeo to be set up in the heaven with the stars forming a constellation in his image after her death.

22. Why does Juliet call Romeo ‘day in night’?

Juliet calls Romeo ‘day in night’ because his presence will shine out against the darkness

23. Why will the people stop paying attention to the sun?

After being cut into little stars, Romeo will make the face of heaven so fine that the world will stop paying attention to the sun

Comprehension II

1. What similes does Romeo use to convey Juliet’s beauty and to what effect?

William Shakespeare (1564 – 1616) is an English poet and playwright, widely regarded as the greatest writer in the English language and the world’s pre-eminent dramatist. He is often called England’s National poet and the “Bard of Avon”. His plays have been translated into every major living language and are performed more often than those of any other playwright.

Romeo uses two similes to describe Juliet’s mesmerizing beauty
‘It seems she hangs upon the cheek of night
As a rich jewel in an Ethiope’s ear.’
In these lines the phrase ‘cheek of night’ and ‘Ethiope’s ear’ refers to the
darkness of the night personified as an African/Ethiopian.
The second simile
So shows a snowy dove trooping with crows
As yonder lady o’er her fellows shows.’
The comparison is between the ‘snowy dove’ and the ‘crows’. Juliet is the snowy dove and the other ladies in the room are compared to crows.
One of the play’s most consistent visual motifs is the contrast between light and dark often in terms of night and day imagery. This contrast is not given a particular metaphoric meaning ‘light is not always good, and dark is not always evil’. On the contrary light and dark are generally used to provide a sensory contrast and to hint at opposed alternatives

The theme of light is symbolic of the natural beauty of young love. Both Romeo and Juliet see each other as light in a surrounding darkness. Romeo describes Juliet as ‘being like a sun’, ‘brighter than a torch’, ‘a
jewel sparkles in the night’, and ‘a bright angel among dark clouds’. Juliet describes Romeo as day in night and whiter than snow upon a raven’s back. This contrast of light and dark can be expanded as
symbols contrasting love and hate, youth and age in a metaphoric way. Romeo and Juliet’s love is a light in the midst of the darkness of the hatred around them, but all of their activity together is done in night
and darkness, while all the feuding is done in broad daylight. This paradox of imagery adds atmosphere to the moral dilemma facing the two lovers, loyalty to family or loyalty to love. These two similes
highlight how fascinated Romeo is with Juliet’s beauty.

2. How according to Juliet, would Romeo be immortalized to the world?

William Shakespeare (1564 – 1616) is an English poet and playwright, widely regarded as the greatest writer in the English language and the world’s pre-eminent dramatist. He is often called England’s National poet and the “Bard of Avon”. His plays have been translated into every major living language and are performed more often than those of any other playwright. Juliet compares Romeo to a day coming during night. She describes he is whiter than the snow on the black wings of a raven. By bringing in the images of night and day, black and white William Shakespeare tries to speak of the brighter side of the life. Inspite of having enmity,

both Romeo and Juliet fall in love with each other and referred to as a day at night and as a white dove marching over black crows to show the intensity of their love.
‘Come gentle night, come loving dark night’ saying so Juliet requests to give her Romeo to her and if she dies, she begs fate to turn him into stars and form a constellation in his image. His face will make the heaven so beautiful that the world will fall in love with the night and forget the garish sun. Juliet wishes to immortalize Romeo after his death by wishing to transform him into star. By speaking of life after death Juliet exhibits more passionate and intense love for her beloved Romeo

2nd Puc English 1st Lesson Question Answer

Comprehension III

1. Comment on the imagery of ‘night-day, black-white’ in the poem. What purpose do they serve in highlighting the intensity of love?

William Shakespeare (1564 – 1616) is an English poet and playwright, widely regarded as the greatest writer in the English language and the world’s pre-eminent dramatist. He is often called England’s National poet and the “Bard of Avon”. His plays have been translated into every major living language and are performed more often than those of any other playwright.

Juliet’s beauty burns so bright that it rivals the stars and even burning fire. Romeo is truly star struck. Romeo makes comparisons to demonstrate Juliet’s true beauty. He contrasts her against her family calling her a dove which is white, a bright symbol of love and hope against a family of crows. This he uses to explain their criminality and darkness against the light is referred to Juliet. The dove is the symbol
of innocence and purity. He also describes Juliet as ‘being like a sun’, ‘brighter than a torch’, ‘a jewel sparking in the night’, and ‘a bright angel among dark clouds’.

Juliet uses the phrase ‘day in night’ and ‘whiter than new snow on a raven’s back’ . She describes Romeo as day in night and whiter than snow upon a raven’s back. This contrast of light and dark can be expanded as symbols contrasting love and hate, youth and age in a metaphoric way.

‘Come gentle night, come loving dark night’ ‘when I shall die’ ,’heaven’ band ‘cut him in little stars’ saying so Juliet requests to give her Romeo to her and if she dies, she begs fate to turn him into stars and form a
constellation in his image. His face will make the heaven so beautiful that the world will fall in love with the night and forget the garish sun One of the play’s most consistent visual motifs is the contrast between light and dark often in terms of night and day imagery. This contrast is not given a particular metaphoric meaning light is not always good, and dark is not always evil. On the contrary light and dark are generally used to provide a sensory contrast and to hint at opposed alternatives. The theme of light is symbolic of the natural beauty of young love. Both Romeo and Juliet see each other as light in a surrounding darkness.

Romeo and Juliet’s love is a light in the midst of the darkness of the hate around them, but all of their activity together is done in night and darkness, while all the feuding is done in broad daylight. This paradox of imagery adds atmosphere to the moral dilemma facing the two lovers, loyalty to family or loyalty to love. Thus the imagery of night and day, black-white’ depicts intensity of their love

2. Between Romeo and Juliet whose love, do you think, is more passionate and intense?

William Shakespeare (1564 – 1616) is an English poet and playwright, widely regarded as the greatest writer in the English language and the world’s pre-eminent dramatist. He is often called England’s National poet and the “Bard of Avon”. His plays have been translated into every major living language and are performed more often than those of any other playwright.

The two noble families of Verona, the Capulet’s and the Montague’s were staunch enemies. Romeo and Juliet belonged to rival families. Old Lord Capulet hosted a grand supper. Though Romeo belonged to the
family of Montague’s, he attended the supper in disguise to see Roseline, there he sees Juliet on the dance floor and is fascinated by her beauty. After the dance he learns that she is the daughter of Lord
Capulet. She too feels a prodigious birth of love for a man from the enemy family.

Romeo realizes touching her hand would be a sin because she seems so perfect. He also realizes if he ever did touch her, his rude hand would be blessed. Romeo renounces his former words of love (To Roseline and others) One look of Juliet made him feel that every other girl he has ever seen might as well not exist, that means to say Romeo has found a true love He contrasts her against her family calling her a dove which is white, a bright symbol of love and hope against a family of crows.

This he uses to explain their criminality and darkness against the light referred to Juliet. The dove is the symbol of innocence and purity. He says that she appears like a precious jewel hanging in the ears of an Ethiopian. He also describes Juliet as ‘being like a sun’, ‘brighter than a torch’, ‘a jewel sparkling in the night’, and ‘a bright angel among dark clouds’.

Juliet uses the phrase ‘day in night’ and ‘whiter than new snow on a raven’s back’. She describes Romeo as day in night and whiter than snow upon a raven’s back. This contrast of light and dark can be expanded as symbols contrasting love and hate, youth and age Juliet goes a step further, she tries to immortalize her passionate love towards Romeo.

‘Come gentle night; come, loving, black-browed night,”when I shall die, take him and cut him out in little stars’ saying so Juliet requests to give her Romeo to her and when she dies, she begs fate to turn him into stars and form a constellation in his image. His face will make the heaven so beautiful that the world will fall in love with the night and forget the garish sun. Juliet wishes to immortalize Romeo after his death by
wishing to transform him into star

Juliet by speaking of life after death, exhibits more passionate and intense love for her beloved Romeo. Romeo is mesmerized and fascinated by her physical beauty. Whereas she is not only infatuated with Romeo’s personality but is deeply in love with Romeo. Thus we can conclude that it is Juliet who is more Passionate and intense in love than Romeo

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