Dramatic Irony In Romeo And Juliet '

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Romeo and Juliet Translation Characters Capulets / Feyenoord: ● Sampson - Clasie ● Gregory - Vermeer ● Tybalt - Kazim ● Capulet -Rutten ● Lady Capulet - Rutten’s wife Montagues / Ajax: ● Benvolio - Schöne ● Abram - Cillessen ● Montague - De Boer ● Lady Montague - De Boer’s wife Scene 1, Act 1 Sunday morning: The Coolsingel, Rotterdam public place. Clasie and Vermeer from Feyenoord enter the square.) Clasie Vermeer I swear on my mother we will not be picked on by those dogs. Vermeer Of course not, then people would look at us like we are the dogs. Clasie What I 'm trying to say is, if they make us mad, we hit and we hit hard. And if I’m angry, I will not hesitate to strike. Vermeer Even though it 's very hard to make you angry. Clasie Not…show more content…
There is no dramatic irony to be found in this fragment. Though, there is one little thing that could be considered as dramatic irony. That is that Benvolio says they have got to go off the streets to avoid a fight, but, in fact, the audience already expects that there will enter a Capulet. Foreshadowing Events which hint of things to come. In the public place in this fragment, there is a lot of foreshadowing used. Words as ‘’brawl’’, ‘’hot’’ and ‘’mad blood’’ portent danger. Simile There is a simile in the long speech (Line 15) of Mercutio. ‘’Thy head is as full of quarrels as an egg is full of meat, and yet thy head hath been beaten as addle as an egg for quarreling.’’ This is a simile and not a metaphor, because the comparison is made with the use of like and as. Irony Irony is to use words to say something, but they actually have a different, of opposite, meaning. A little bit of irony is used in this fragment. In the beginning of the fragment, Mercutio is talking to Benvolio that he is very ‘’aggressive’’ and fights a lot. But then a little bit after the fragment (when Tybalt enters) Mercutio and Tybalt have a brawl, while Benvolio tries to stop
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