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Juliet Capulet

object. Well, as Shakespeare hints during the play - both Romeo and Juliet didn't really have relationships with their parents. Children in those days (especially rich ones like Juliet) would often have Nurses (today, we call them nannies) and would be taken care of by them. It was unfashionable for mothers to breastfeed or really BOND with their children. Their relationship before Juliet met Romeo was basically just obedience. Juliet would have done anything her father had asked, because that's the...

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"Romeo and Juliet" Capulet - Character Analysis

Capulet in the Classic Shakespearean play of Romeo and Juliet displays a mixture of qualities rather than conveying a sense of consistency of action. When the audience first sees him, in act 1 scene 1, we find we find a Capulet who wants to straight away jump in a fight with younger members of his family -he being the older member should show the maturity an self-strain that you would expect from a man of his age- but instead we see him demanding”Give me my long sword” this suggests that he acts...

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Romeo and Juliet - The Capulet and Montague Fued

Prologue to Romeo and Juliet, the Chorus tells us of an "ancient grudge" between two households of equal dignity that has broken out into a "new mutiny" that will cause blood to flow in the streets of Verona and will ultimately result in the deaths of the "star-cross'd lovers." The Chorus points to the heads of these two families as the source of the strife at hand, the rage of their parents causing the deaths of their children. We soon learn the surnames of the warring clans, Capulet and Montague, and...

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Analysis of Language Between Juliet and Lord Capulet

outcome of the play. The portrayal of Lord Capulet's character, shows him as one who has the power to tell others what to do as well as having complete power over his household and what happens in his household. He expects his wife (Lady Capulet), daughter (Juliet) and his servants to do exactly as he tells them. Shakespeare wrote in the Elizabethan age, so naturally he based most of his plays on the morals and social standards of the time. During the Elizabethan period noble women were expected...

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The Depiction of Lord Capulet in Romeo & Juliet

Explore the ways Shakespeare presents Lord Capulet. Set in the city of Verona during the 12th/13th century, Romeo and Juliet, is a typical love story by William Shakespeare with a tragedy twist. When Romeo Montague and his friends gate-crash Lord Capulet’s party, the last thing he imagined he would do is find the love of his life, Juliet. After realising Romeo is the son of her father’s sworn enemy they decide to keep their relationship secret and get married behind her families back. When Romeo’s...

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Romeo and Juliet Analysis

 Romeo & Juliet Assessments:
 #1 Significance Passage Annotation & Paragraph Name: Kasey Bain
 Play: Romeo & Juliet Writer: William Shakespeare 
 Course: ENG1D1
 Date Submitted: May 23, 2014
 Date of Submission: May 14, 2014 
 Romeo and Juliet Annotations! 
 This annotation is significant because it is one of the earliest mentions of the character relationship between Rosaline and Romeo. Also, it deals with the theme of love vs. lust. In this...

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Romeo And Juliet

 Matter over Mind in Romeo and Juliet There are a multitude story plots that follows the theme of Romeo and Juliet, such as The Lion King II: Simba's Pride, West Side Story, and many others. All these scenarios follow the idea of forbidden love, star crossed lovers, or the idea of fate. While some flaws were the characters abuse of their free will and others were of long time feuds, The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet were the base of the stories, becoming involved in the making of these works of...

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Juliet and the nurse

Juliet appears to have a much formal relationship with her own mother than she does with her nurse. The nurse comes across as quite a garrulous character in this scene and through a particularly talkative moment she tells of an amusing story involving Juliet as a child and speaks of her in an affectionate, loving manner. Lady Capulet does not respond with such amusement to this story and tells the nurse to be quiet. Though these events by themselves are not particularly important, by assuming that...

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"Romeo and Juliet": Act 1 Scene 5

In William Shakespeare's play Capulet. This adds to the scene being so dramatically effective as do other happenings throughout the length of the scene. These include the speech of Capulet and the happy and joyous mood of the party, The romantic speech of Romeo, The hatred and harshness of Tybalt's speech, a direct contrast with that of Romeo's and the drama when the two lovers, Romeo and Juliet first meet. The scene is central to the plot because it sets up a chain of events leading to a tragic...

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Romeo and Juliet; Fault.

play, Romeo and Juliet, one of the main characters, Juliet, commits suicide near the end of the play. Friar Lawrence is directly responsible for the death of Juliet in all ways. He makes not only one, but three mistakes that all lead to Juliet's death. He gave a poison to Juliet, he trusted someone else with a letter of great significance to deliver to Romeo, and he fled when Juliet was in the most danger at the tomb. Had he not have made these three major terrible mistakes, Juliet might not have...

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