Asking Sampson to help him defeat their enemies.
A comparison in which two unlike things are compared by using 'as' or 'like.'
A play on words in which a humorous effect is produced by using a word that suggests two or more meanings or by exploiting similar sounding words having different meanings.
The attribution of a personal nature or human characteristics to something non-human, or the representation of an abstract quality in human form.
It is easy to make Sampson angry.
Sampson gets angry over the smallest of insults.
Sampson is not easily angered.
Sampson only gets angry once in a while.
The members of the audience find the men amusing and become more interested in the events in the play.
The members of the audience become tense and begin to wonder who the main characters are.
The members of the audience become bored and start leaving the theatre.
Demonstrate how important weapons are to men.
Create characters who think and behave like the audience.
Suggest that even the servants are always ready to fight.
Contempt for them.
How angry they make him.
How brave he is.
Take the cleaner part of the road and force the Montaque servants to walk in the gutter
Force them against a wall and beat them up
Walk against the wall to avoid speaking to any member of the Montaque household
Seriously hurt a servant of the Montaque household and leave him/her on a wall
Sampson is making the right decision to 'take the wall.'
Sampson is weak because only weak persons are pushed up against walls.
Sampson is stupid because he could not push a Montaque up against a wall.
Agreeing with Gregory and stating a fact aboout how women are to be treated.
Disagreeing with Gregory and telling him to treat women well.
Agreeing with Gregory and making a dirty joke.
The quarrel is between our masters
The quarrel is between our masters and us their men
If you fight, I will notdefend you
I have drawn my sword; fight, I will defend you
I am having trouble drawing my sword, but I will defend you