The also foreshadow scenes to come since "gall" means something extremely bitter, poison. In this play, young Juliet is set out by her family to marry Paris. Juliet is highly against this and tells her mother, "O, sweet my mother, cast me not away! Delay this marriage for a month; a week or, if you do not, make the bridal bed in that dim moment where Tybalt lies." Juliet uses the reference "where Tybalt lies" as foreshadowing and intentions to hurt her mother.
She even said she would marry Romeo instead of Paris vent though her and Romeo were already wed. The nurse and Friar Lawrence butted into their relationship also. They both supported and pushed towards it. Everyone who pushed and tried to make their relationship work should be punished even including the Capulets because none of them considered a bad ending. The Capulets are partially to blame for Juliet's death.
Juliet Transforms In William Shakespeare 's play Romeo and Juliet, Juliet grows from and young, innocent girl to a mature, independent women as a result of falling in love. In I:iii of the play, Juliet is still a girl who lacks experience and maturity. For example, the nurse wants to live long enough to see juliet get married: “An I might live to see thee married once, I have my wish” (I:iii, 60-61). This shows that Juliet is immature because the nurse is worried about living long enough and if Juliet was old enough and mature, she wouldn’t have to worry about that. Also, Juliet’s response when her mother asks her about how she feels about marriage is that marriage is important but she doesn’t want to get married: “It is an honour that I
Juliet is troubled by Romeo’s banishment and wants the nurse to comfort her. She wants people to work in her favor and honor her. For Juliet, anything that disappoints her is wrong. She never considers the conflict she will create because of her own decisions. Another example of Juliet’s egocentric personality is when she threatens Friar Lawrence to help her escape her marriage with Paris.
We were asked to translate Act 3 Scene 5 in Romeo and Juliet, into modern day English. Our group decided to modify Shakespeare’s words to give our peers a better understanding on what was happening in the scene. The scene begins when Romeo leaves Juliet to avoid being caught by the Capulet. After Romeo departs, Juliet is encountered by Lady Capulet, who tells Juliet that she must marry Paris. Juliet shocked by the news, refuses, which leads to a fight with her parents.
Helen tells Aphrodite that she regrets leaving her marriage with Menelaus for Paris and no longer wants to share a bed with him. By Helen protesting her marriage bed who she shares with Paris she is refusing to enter into the submissive female stereotypes and beginning to use her voice. The bed she shares with Paris to Helen is clear symbolism of what started the Trojan war to begin with. Helen’s character from the beginning of the epic to the end begins to destroy the female domains and challenge what is considered to be traditional gender roles in order to obtain indecency. Objects such as the loom and the bed represent certain female domestic obligations that in society were seen as the norm.
Scene 2. Lines 9-11). Here Capulet is telling Paris he does not think Juliet is ready to marry and he wants his daughter to be happy. Another time her character is naive is when she tells her mother she wishes not to be married, despite the fact she is supposed to be searching for a spouse.”Marry, that ‘marry’ is the very theme I came to talk of. Tell me daughter Juliet, how stands your disposition to be married?’ Juliet,’It is an honor that I not dream of.” (Act 1.
Juliet has just found out that Romeo has been banished and her Nurse told her that is would be best for her to just marry Paris. Juliet seeks condolence with Friar Lawrence, but while doing this she states she is just better off dead. “Be not so long to speak. I long to die/If what thou speak’st speak not of remedy. (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.
Now one questions, is their love real, or is it just infatuation? In the beginning of the play Juliet seems uninterested in loving anyone, and she is even uninterested in marriage, because when Lady Capulet asks Juliet about her opinion of marriage Juliet answers (1.3.68) ``It is an honour that I dream not of´´ we also see how respectful Juliet is towards her mother as she calls her ``madam´´ (1.2.7). As we read in the beginning of the play we clearly see how miserable and moody Romeo is, because his love Rosaline has rejected him. Romeo feels like he will never find love again and he locks himself
The nurse is talking to Julie about marrying paris when she says, “Romeo’s a dishclout to him. An eagle madam, Hath not so green ,so quick,so fair an eye as Paris hath. Beshrew my very heart, I think you are happy in this second match,”(Shakespeare 3.5.119-223). The nurse is talking to juliet about marrying Paris because Juliet is very sad and angry she is being forced to marry him. Juliet asks the nurse for advice because she doesn’t want to cheat on Romeo but she also doesn’t want to disappoint her family.
Through Juliet 's conversation of Romeo and Tybalt with her mother, Shakespeare again reveals that love is closely followed by violence. Juliet’s mother enters Juliet’s room the moment after Romeo leaves. She speaks with Juliet about her plans to kill Romeo. During their conversation Juliet speaks of Romeo in a loving way without Lady Capulet noticing. Lady Capulet asks if killing Romeo will make her happy and Juliet replies saying “Indeed, I never shall be satisfied / With Romeo till I behold him—dead— Is my poor heart, so for a kinsman vexed” (3.5.98-100).