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    Mercutio Monologue

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    Mercutio, sitting comfortably on his hospital bed, bobs his head side to side as the nurse changes his bandages. He seems to be enjoying his time staying at the hospital: being the cousin of the prince, he gets his own private room and a beautiful view of Verona. As the nurse finishes, he winks and his eyes follow her leaving the room. “Alright, so you want to know about my brave incident?” he says as I grab a chair to sit down with him. “That feisty saucy boy deserved what was coming for him

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    Mercutio Monologue

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    Scene i. A public space. [Enter Mercutio, Benvolio, and Men] Benvolio: In my opinion, good friend, we should rest for the day. The heat is brutal, and the Capulets are only looking for an excuse to fight one of us. It’s best not to give them any ammunition, as fate would have it that we would be blamed for any skirmish. Mercutio: Benvolio, listening to you reminds me of someone who walks into a restaraunt, drops his weapon on the table, denouncing your need for it. Halfway through the night, you’d

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    Mercutio In spite of appearing in only four scenes of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, Mercutio plays an important role to the plot of the play. His imagination and wit provides the play with the much-needed comic relief. Although Mercutio is neither a Montague nor Capulet, his loyalty to Romeo leads him to be involved in the family feuds, resulting in his tragic end. In his four scenes in the play, Mercutio plays an important role through his imagination, loyalty and wit. Wit is not a characteristic

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    Mercutio Monologue

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    Mercutio steps away from the party, Tybalt looks for him Tibalt: Stop right there Tibalt: Get on your knees; I will make thee not leave this place with dignity in tact. Mercuito: Pardon me Sir! Tibalt: I shall bite my thumb at thee Mercutio looks at Tybalt Mercuito: Do you bite your thumb at me sir? Tibalt: I do bite my thumb, sir! Mercutio: What do you expect from thee. Tibalt: You shall duel me! Mercuito: You expect a fight from thee? Mercuito; You have stated that thou shall not go

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    Tybalt And Mercutio

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    Meanwhile, Mercutio, who is the best friend of Romeo, takes the side of Romeo and the Montagues,

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    Benvolio And Mercutio

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    It just happens that the two families, Montagues and Capulets are feuding over something they do not remember. Romeo’s two friends are Benvolio and Mercutio, Benvolio is a peacekeeper and most of the time he thinks before he acts. Mercutio is the complete opposite, he acts with his emotions and his emotions are erratic. The better friend between Mercutio and Benvolio is Benvolio due to the following reasons, he wants to make sure nothing is bothering Romeo, and he listens and cares about what Romeo

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    Mercutio Weaknesses

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    indirectly characterizes Romeo, Juliet, and Mercutio through their actions. Therefore, Shakespeare creates multidimensional characters that have both strengths and weaknesses. One of the most important characters, Romeo, has many strengths and weaknesses. One of his weaknesses is his impulsiveness, while one of his strengths is being romantic. One example that portrays

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    Mercutio Foils

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    and Juliet”, Romeo needs to solve several complicated conflicts, and to help him perform these actions he has two close friends, Benvolio and Mercutio. While they both help Romeo to solve his problems, Benvolio and Mercutio are drastically different characters. Benvolio is calm and rational, while Mercutio is hotheaded, impetuous and rash. Consequently, Mercutio and Benvolio are foils for each other, but when acting together, they help Romeo a lot. When Benvolio first appeared in “Romeo and Juliet”

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    Mercutio Comparison

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    Mercutio contrast between Shakespeare’s script and Baz Lurhmann’s film adaptation Mercutio is a good friend of Romeo and Benvolio but he is neither a Montugue or a Capulet. Mercutio’s personality and characteristics are generally similar between the two versions of the play however there are noticeable differences that are made in order to adapt to either an Elizabethan audience or a 1990’s teenage audience who would have had different opinions of love, fate, honour and used different versions

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    Mercutio And Benvolio

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    In the play, “Romeo and Juliet” by William Shakespeare, Romeo appears to have two relevant friends known as Mercutio and Benvolio throughout the tragedy. Although both companions show great qualities which make them two friends of great value, Benvolio is shown to be the exceptional friend that never seems to displease Romeo. Benvolio is a companion of Romeo that shows remorse, opens new opportunities for Romeo, and knows how to deal with Romeo’s character appropriately. Without Benvolio, Romeo would

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