Why Is Tybalt Called The Prince Of Cats In Romeo And Juliet?


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This is when two antagonists, Mercutio, (of the house of Montague), bates and torments Tybalt, (of the house of Capulet), which ends in a vicious street fight. Romeo, calling on his kinsman Benvolio, to stop the fight, intercedes between the two of them, only for Tybalt to get in a mortal thrust into Mercutio.  Tybalt, "What wouldst thou have with me?".   Mercutio, "Good King of Cats, nothing but one of your nine lives."

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