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Question 1: An aside is a script term, used to show a character is talking only to him/herself. It is used to announce information that could not or would not be spoken to other characters.

Question 2:

"'Tis but thy name that is my enemy" - Romeo;
"'Tis but thy name that is my enemy" is referring to the conflict between Romeo's and Juliet's families. The quote exclaims that the only thing he does not love about Juliet is her family name and the feud between their families.
"Call me but love, and I'll be new baptis'd" - Romeo;
In this quote Romeo exclaims that he would gladly give up his name if it means he and Juliet can be together forever.

Question 3:

Romeo and Juliet both share a very deep love bond, but the main difference is in the way they love. Juliet is a very hopeful lover, as she is alone on her balcony begging for Romeo to not only come back, but to also "doff thy name" giving up the title of Montague so he will be accepted by her family. While Romeo's love is more determined, he sneaks past the Capulet guards and scales the Orchard walls for only a chance to once again speak with Juliet. He is also much more willing to give up the title Montague so that he may be with Juliet.

Question 4:

Love and Hate are represented in two ways. Romeo and Juliet both very obviously love each other, but they know that their parents would never allow for them to be together because of the hate between their two families. This is shown when Juliet calls Romeo "Her love" and "Dear perfection" and Romeo offers to change his name, calling Juliet a "Fair Saint" and exclaiming that "With love's light wings did I o'erperch these walls"

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