What are Gregory and Sampson doing in the opening of Act I?
Sampson and Gregory, two servants of the house of Capulet, stroll through the streets of Verona. With bawdy banter, Sampson vents his hatred of the house of Montague. The two exchange punning remarks about physically conquering Montague men and sexually conquering Montague women.
What happened in Act 1 Scene 2 of Romeo and Juliet?
Summary. On another street of Verona, Capulet walks with Paris, a noble kinsman of the Prince. He asks Paris to wait two years. He assures Paris that he favors him as a suitor, and invites Paris to the traditional masquerade feast he is holding that very night so that Paris might begin to woo Juliet and win her heart.
What are the attitudes of Gregory and Sampson towards the law?
What attitudes of Gregory and Sampson towards the law? They are afraid of getting in trouble or punished and they want the other side to ight fight so thy don’t get in trouble. Who is Tybalt and why is he dangerous? The nephew of the Capulets and his is quick tempered.
What do Sampson and Gregory do to Abraham to provoke him?
– Gregory sees two servants from the Montague family (Abram and Balthazar). – Both Sampson and Gregory decide to provoke them (Sampson sas he will “bite” his “thumb” at them and Gregory says he will “frown at them”). – They say these phrases to try and provoke the Montague servants into fighting.
What do Benvolio and Mercutio think Romeo is doing in Act 2 Scene 1?
Act 2, Scene 1 They think that Romeo is still in love with Rosaline. Benvolio and Mercutio do not know that Romeo is headed to the Capulet orchard. They do not know Romeo is now in love with Juliet Mercutio calls out to Romeo in search of him by teasing him about Rosaline’s seductive beauty.
How do Sampson and Gregory feel about violence?
They hate each other enough that even their servants fight. Right at the beginning of the play, before they have met any of the Montagues, the two men are already ready to fight. Sampson, in particular, says bad things about the Montagues twice in the first 12 lines of the play.
Who are Gregory and Sampson Why does Sampson bite his thumb at Abram?
Samson bites his thumb at the Montague’s servants because in that time it was a gesture of insult. Rather like “flipping a bird” is in our society or other hand gestures in other cultures are used to indicate insult, anger, and perhaps an invitation to violence.
What are Mercutio and Benvolio arguing about?
The fight because Mercutio wants to fight but Benvolio is trying to avoid it. What are Mercutio and Benvolio arguing about? Tybalt kills Mercutio by accident and runs away. It could have been death.