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In Romeo and Juliet Shakespeare uses imagery painted by both figurative and sensory language in order to portray characters’ feelings and beliefs………. Next, after making analogies showing love as being both loving and hateful, Shakespeare uses some sensory language. The phrase “O heavy lightness!”

Scene Rewriting                                                                                                                                               Act 1 scene 1 

SAMPSON

Gregory, I swear, we can’t let them humiliate us. We won’t take their garbage.

GREGORY

(teasing SAMPSON) No, because then we’d be garbagemen.

SAMPSON

What I mean is, if they make us angry we’ll pull out our swords.

GREGORY

Maybe you should focus on pulling yourself out of trouble, Sampson.

SAMPSON

I hit hard when I’m angry.

GREGORY

But it’s hard to make you angry

But it’s hard to make you

ANGRY

Gregory continually implies that Sampson isn’t as tough as he’s acting.

SAMPSON

One of those dogs from the Montague house can make me angry.

GREGORY

Angry enough to run away. You won’t stand and fight.

SAMPSON

A dog from that house will make me angry enough to take a stand. If I pass one of them on the street, I’ll take the side closer to the wall and let him walk in the gutter.

 

 

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