Romeo And Juliet: Figurative Language

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In Romeo and Juliet, Shakespeare uses imagery and other types of figurative language to help us see how each character felt when they speaked. It seemed almost as if on every page he used at least one form of figurative language.Whether it was personification, a hyperbole, or a smile. By doing so he contributed by helping us understand the meaning of the longer speeches in the play. In Act two, Romeo is standing hidden beneath Juliet while she is on the balcony. She has no idea that Romeo is there, Romeo reveals that he loves her even though she can’t hear him "But, soft! what light through yonder window breaks?/“It is the east, and Juliet is the sun./Arise, fair sun, and kill the envious moon,/Who is already sick and pale with grief,/That
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