Far more than just a juxtaposition to the father’s frailness, the mother’s action serve as an idealized metaphor for Jason’s own struggles. By watching his mom stand up to people of a higher, privileged class, Jason is meant to be inspired to reject torment from the ‘elite’ of his own grade school microcosm(the bullies). Though rocky at the start of the novel, the relationship between Jason and his sister Julia develops with the plot and, upon conclusion, she also reveals herself as a role model and advocate of Jason’s “Inside-You”. In a way that echoes the actions of her mother, Julia too stands up to an arrogant authority. She tells Uncle Brian that “I intend to study law in Edinburg, and all the Brian Lambs of tomorrow will have to do their networking without me”(52).
When Juliet was on her way to get married her father asked her where she was going and she lied and said she was going to confess her sins. Her father never knew exactly what Juliet was doing. This was because she was scared of her own father. This caused Romeo’s and Juliet’s actions to change. They were rushing their love.
They should rise but on their own side of the fence.’” Julian’s mother is double-minded and shallow unlike her son Julian. These were thoughts like these that brought among conflict between the two. Julian “…in spite of all her foolish views…was free of prejudice and unafraid to face facts. He was not dominated by his mother. Julian who grew up in a changing society was influenced differently.
These conflicting ideas presented to Juliet by her caretaker leads Juliet into her predicament. First the nurse acts as a courier, delivering messages between Romeo and Juliet. These actions portray the nurse as supporting Juliet’s relationship with Romeo. The nurse then tells Romeo that “There is a nobleman in town, one/ Paris, that would fain lay knife aboard; but she, good soul, had as/ lieve see a toad, a very toad, as see him” (38). When the nurse goes to tell Romeo this information, she informs him of this man, Paris, who is pining for Juliet’s love, but she also tells him that Juliet has no feelings for Paris, only for him, Romeo.
She’s a thirteen year old girl, with long brown hair and pale skin. Juliet is defiant and rebellious. She stands up against her mom, and refuses to take orders from her parents. At first, Juliet is not interested in marrying, but when she meets Romeo, it all changes. Juliet is that daughter of the lord of Capulet.
The two fall in love, but their relationship is implied to be forbidden by their parents, as it is kept a secret. Romeo ignores Friar Laurence’s advice about relationships, and hastily marries Juliet, causing complications in their futures. After the wedding, Romeo kills his new cousin-in-law, and is banished, leaving Juliet with the problem of an arranged marriage. Juliet disobeys her parents to stay faithful to Romeo, and forms a plan to save her from her tragic fate. The plan ends in tragic misery.
He became so obsessed with his job that he didn’t realize he was a part of the cruel government. Juan was so caught up with his job that “when his letter to Mariana reached his hands, naturally he censored it without any regret. (188)” As a result, Juan turned into the very little thing he hated and fought against in the beginning, a censor. As a result, he did not overcome oppression due to his fear of breaking the rules of a
(IV.I, 67-68)” Juliet is telling Friar Lawrence that if he takes too long to speak that the only solution for her dilemma is death. Here Juliet is exercising her free will to kill herself, instead of marrying Paris which is her fate. So the Friar devises a plan to reunite her with Romeo and gives her a vial of liquid to make it seem as if she is dead. Juliet rejoices by telling the Friar, “Love give me strength, and strength shall help afford. /Farewell, dear Father.
She truly cares about what Vivian was going through. In the beginning of the film, Susie gets angry with Jason for leaving the Vivian in an awkward position. As the nurse advocator, she confronts Dr. Kelekian about reducing the dose of the chemotherapy, but he disregards her thoughts. Susie is concern about Vivian because she is lonely and has no one to speak to. Susie listens to Vivian and restates Vivian’s concerned.
... get thee to church a Thursday or never after look me in the face" (Line 180, page 1068). As a parent, Capulet refused to consider Juliet's feelings and even went as far as to threaten her, putting Juliet in an overwhelming situation that made her feel helpless and desperate. When Juliet herself states that "if all else fail, myself have power to die" (Line 272, page 1070), she uses these words to show how powerless she felt and how destroying herself was the only "power" she has. The fact that Capulet could just order Juliet to get married and expect her to follow his orders proves the lack of control Juliet herself has over her life. The overwhelming feelings Juliet has for Romeo and her distress in having to marry someone else caused Juliet to make rash decisions such as going to Friar Lawrence and going along with the plan that ended up killing both Romeo and herself.