Notes on Objects & Places from Romeo and Juliet

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Romeo and Juliet Objects/Places

Verona: City in Italy where the play takes place. The Capulets and the Montagues reside here. Escalus is the prince of Verona.

Capulet orchard: After the feast at the Capulet estate, Romeo runs here to hide from Benvolio and Mercutio, who make fun of his misery over Rosaline. This orchard is where Romeo and Juliet first proclaim their love for each other. He is in the orchard while she is on her balcony above him.

Mantua: City in Italy where Romeo flees after saying his last goodbye to Juliet. He hides here, and waits to hear from the friar. It is here that he learns that Juliet is supposedly dead. Then, on his way to go and see her, he buys poison from an apothecary on the street.

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