Who said Love’s heralds should be thoughts?

Quote by William Shakespeare: “love’s heralds should be thoughts, Which ten ti”

Feeling frustrated that she has to wait on Nurse to learn if Romeo really plans to marry her, Juliet comments that “Love’s heralds should be thoughts” (II. v. 4). Here, “heralds” refers to messengers, and what she means is that the messengers of love should just be thoughts.

Secondly, why is it the same pale hard hearted wench? Why, that same pale hardhearted wench, that Rosaline,5 Torments him so, that he will sure run mad. Rosaline—that pale-skinned, hardhearted wench—torments him so much that he’s going to go insane.

Also Know, who said had she affections and warm youthful blood?

And therefore hath the wind-swift Cupid wings. Is three long hours, yet she is not come. Had she affections and warm youthful blood, She would be as swift in motion as a ball.

Can I go forward when my heart is here?

Turn back, dull earth, and find thy center out.

What does Mercutio say about blind?

Mercutio tells Benvolio, If love be blind, love cannot hit the mark. Literally, he means that if love is blind–as Benvolio has said–then it cannot hit its target.

Is thy news good or bad answer to that?

35Is thy news good, or bad? Answer to that. Say either, and I’ll stay the circumstance. Let me be satisfied.

Who said but you shall bear the burden soon at night?

Question: What does this quote from Romeo and Juliet mean? ‘Hie you to church, I must another way, To fetch a ladder, by the which your love Must climb a birds nest soon when it is dark. I am the drudge, and toil in your delight; But you shall bear the burden soon at night’ (2.5 72-76).

Why is Juliet frustrated with the nurse?

Juliet is impatient for her nurse to return because her nurse has been with Romeo. She is supposed to be bringing to Juliet the rope ladder so Romeo can come up and be with her.

What is the message that the nurse finally tells Juliet?

Juliet’s unrelenting persistence pays off though, and the nurse finally divulges to Juliet that Romeo does indeed want to marry Juliet that afternoon. The nurse tells Juliet to go to church under the pretense of needing to go to communion. While out, Juliet will be married to Romeo in Friar Laurence’s cell.

Why is Juliet feeling anxious?

Juliet is anxious, excited, waiting and waiting for three hours. She is nervous about the Nurse’s return because she should have an answer from Romeo about when and where they are to get married. She is young and this is her first love. All her feelings are new and driven by passion.

What does i’ll stay the circumstance mean?

answer to that; / Say either, and I’ll stay the circumstance: / Let me be satisfied, is’t good or bad?” (2.5. 35-37). “Stay the circumstance” means “wait for the details”; all the explanations can come later if Juliet gets just that one little word.

What is humorous about the way the nurse treats Juliet?

What’s humorous about the way the Nurse treats Juliet in this scene? The nurse is stalling and not telling Juliet what Romeo said about them getting married. Yes, Romeo is fearful of the future. He is fearful of the future because he knows that he is going to die randomly and unknown.

Is Romeo fearful of the future?

Romeo isn’t a bit afraid of the future. He is quite rash, I think, and get carried away with his decision and he didn’t of what the aftermath could be, how bad it is going to be. And in their victory burn up like fire and gunpowder, As they meet, explode.”

What praise does the nurse give Romeo?

what praise does the nurse give Romeo? good looks and gentle.

What does nimble pinioned mean?

nimble. mentally quick. “Therefore do nimble-pinioned doves draw love and therefore hath the wind-swift Cupid wings.”

Who is Peter in Romeo and Juliet?

Peter – A Capulet servant who invites guests to Capulet’s feast and escorts the Nurse to meet with Romeo. He is illiterate, and a bad singer.

How long was the nurse gone in Romeo and Juliet?

three hours

How does the nurse describe Romeo?

The Nurse is a bawdy, overly talkative,and humorous character in Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet. She teases, but is completely devoted to Juliet. She eventually betrays Juliet’s wishes by giving her unkind advice. Even so, the Nurse is completely grief-stricken by Juliet’s feigned death.