- Juliet more dominant as she is relevant to nearly every character in the play. She is Relevant to Paris, Romeo, Nurse, Capulet and Lady Capulet.
-In ACT 1 SCENE 3 Lady Capulet talks to Juliet about the thought of marrying Paris, in this scene also shows the nurse providing a humorous moment. The Nurse’s silly anecdote helps portray Juliet’s situation about Marrying Paris. Although Juliet is obedient towards her Mother’s and the nurse’s advice, we see that Juliet shows a glimpse of her strength and intelligence that are absent in her mother, The lady Capulet cannot seem to ease the nurses story, Juliet however uses vague language to assert some control over her situation therefore we see Juliet dominating this scene.
- I personally think that Juliet is a much more dominant character in Shakespeare’s play Romeo and Juliet. during Act 1 we see Juliet as a young polite, obedient and a pure girl. Juliet states “Madam, I am here what is your will?” ACT 1 SCENE 3. This quote shows that Juliet is a well mannered young woman as she addresses her mother as “Madam.” When the play progresses we see the drastic change towards Juliet’s personality.
In ACT 2 SCENE 2 we see Juliet developing more as she uses her own wit to describe the love she has for Romeo. This shows us a more mature Juliet and demonstrates how level headed and independent Juliet has become than when we she was first introduced in ACT 1 SCENE 3.
By ACT SCENE 2 Juliet has become a woman although she is still the age of 14. Juliet becomes a woman as she is able to carefully make decisions and thinks about the consequences of her actions rather than have anyone else make that decision for her. Through the acts we see Juliet transform from a young girl full of purity to a more confident, assertive, mature, witty and romantic.
Juliet’s shifting of faithfulness from her family and her love for Romeo releases her maturity and through that we see her new- found strength of a character and...
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