Romeo and Juliet: Constructing Love with Metaphors in Act II, scene ii

Romeo and Juliet: Constructing Love with Metaphors in Act
Romeo and Juliet: Constructing Love with Metaphors in Act
Romeo and Juliet: Constructing Love with Metaphors in Act
Romeo and Juliet: Constructing Love with Metaphors in Act
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This lesson plan asks students to analyze the lovers’ first exchange in the famous balcony scene in order to determine how Juliet uses rhetoric to correct Romeo’s romantic discourse and ground his idealized love in reality. Students will closely examine Romeo and Juliet’s language in Act II, scene ii to notice the difference in the metaphors both characters use: Juliet creates more logical metaphors that advance her thought process and dialogue, whereas Romeo crafts metaphors that resemble unrealistic tropes of Petrarchan love poetry. Students will discuss their interpretations of these metaphors with their peers and determine to what extent Juliet converts Romeo’s unrealistic romantic love into real love. Upon completing this lesson plan, students will be able to analyze complex metaphors and use their analysis to evaluate the romantic relationship in Romeo and Juliet.
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Romeo and Juliet: Constructing Love with Metaphors in Act
Romeo and Juliet: Constructing Love with Metaphors in Act
Romeo and Juliet: Constructing Love with Metaphors in Act
Romeo and Juliet: Constructing Love with Metaphors in Act
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