“Without you, I am torn like a sail in a storm,” insists We the Kings in their song, “Sad Song”. Romeo is a Montague, Juliet is a Capulet, their families are enemies, but this won’t stop them from being with each other. During this time and age for women, their father’s would choose their husband for them, and they have to obey their command. However, Juliet doesn’t obey her father, and falls in love with a man named Romeo. Being separated for Romeo and Juliet only makes their connection fow stronger.
She has to take on the role of a mother for Juliet, and help make important decisions in Juliet’s life. Throughout the play, it becomes more and more evident that the Nurse has taken on the role of a mother because Juliet does not talk to anyone but the Nurse about the most important decisions in her life such as marrying Romeo and Paris. The Nurse tolerates Romeo and Juliet’s relationship despite them being from rivaling families because she loves Juliet like a daughter and wants her to be happy. She encourages Juliet to marry Paris because she thinks it is in Juliet’s best interest and despite her efforts she is unable to understand Juliet’s feelings for Romeo. The Nurse is the only one who knows what is going on in Juliet’s life during much of the play.
Parents don't know the answer to everything whether they have been in the situation before or not. Shakespeare shows that in the different situations their parents were put in, they either did or they didn't know what to do. Romeo’s parents know what to do when he is sad and even when he almost gets killed for avenging Mercutio. Juliet’s parents don’t know what to do when they forced her to make the choice to marry Paris and when they didn't let her have her own opinion. In some situations, parents don't know what to do for
Reacting in a way we’d expect someone her age to react when some one hurts you is stereotypical. Displaying anger and hurt when betrayed is a realistic response. Maryam is a static and realistic character. Journeying along side the girls she makes no major decisions, consistently acting as the stable mother figure. Eager to see the narrators’ mother at the beginning of the story, she responds with tears of happiness.
While this makes things somewhat frustrating for her, it is never so trying that she would contemplate leaving her husband. The fact that she makes efforts to meet the demands of her life as a nurse, wife, and mother, prove that she is a model for a modern woman and a caring housewife. Ali follows in his merchant father’s footsteps in traveling the world, while
Although, the advice they give throughout the play leaves a negative effect on them, and has the two both ending their lives, because of each other. The Nurse and Friar Laurence act as mentor figures throughout the story of Romeo and Juliet, where the two are limited to whom they can reveal their love to, only to end up hurting the due in the end, making the duo ending their lives, only for each other. The Nurse and Juliet are very close with each other, as she is essentially a mother to her, always giving her the aid that she needs in that occasion. Although, all of her different advice does not accumulate to each other, and ends up having a negative aftermath. At first, the Nurse along with Lady Capulet tells Juliet a plethora of reasoning on why she should marry Paris, and how they are meant to be
Graze where you will, you shall not house with me.” Paris was handpicked for Juliet. He fit all the requirements Lord Capulet thought could be a husband for Juliet. Lord Capulet picked Paris because he was a Capulet. Juliet was afraid to tell him about Romeo because she knew he was a Montague, so Juliet kept her true love a secret. Most of the time, when you try to keep a big secret, you have to tell lies.
She has to take on the role of a mother for Juliet, and help make important decisions in Juliet’s life. Throughout the play, it becomes more and more evident that the Nurse has taken on the role of her mother. It becomes obvious when Juliet does not talk to anyone but the Nurse about important decisions in her life such as marrying Romeo and Paris. The Nurse tolerates Romeo and Juliet’s relationship despite them being from rivaling families because she loves Juliet like a daughter and wants her to be happy. She encourages Juliet to marry Paris because she thinks it is in Juliet’s best interest and despite her efforts, she is unable to understand Juliet’s feelings for Romeo.
The home they make together differs with their poverty and the world outside. Their love seems to be never ending, though Della worries about how her sacrifice will affect her husband because of how it affects her looks. One theme could be, love is the only thing you need to be happy. While Mathilde Loisel and Della Young are both young, beautiful women married to caring and very loving husbands, they are completely different in personalities. Della Young is an unselfish wife who cherishes her husband, but Madame Loisel of Guy never considers anyone 's feelings other than
This shows Ashes, saying he 's always there when you need him no matter where you are he always seem to be there to help. One more quote is “Mom might not ever be caught without batteries or tissues, but she just called me Ashleigh, a name she didn 't even like- and never promised me anything.”(Pfeffer pg 2). This is showing that Ashes feels like her mom isn 't there for her like dad is. Ashes favors her dad more than
Benvolio, who wanted everyone to be friends, warned the guys not to fight in public. Insults were exchanged, but Romeo remembered that Tybalt is his new wife 's cousin, so he turned the other cheek. Mercutio found this totally shocking, actually dishonorable, so he offered to fight Tybalt instead. They fought and then Romeo tried to intervene, but Tybalt suddenly stabbed Mercutio. Romeo and Benvolio assumed that Mercutio has not been badly hurt because he started joking about his damage but it was no joke.
Throughout the novel, Hester’s treatment is obvious, and she makes many efforts to not let her choice, and her illegitimate child Pearl, define her. She vows to never reveal the name of Pearl’s father, however it is later revealed that he is the ever-so-respected town Reverend Arthur Dimmesdale. Hester is more than aware of her exclusion from the groups of the colony, even though she was working to rebuild her name by working and keeping busy, “In all her intercourse with society, however, there was nothing that made her feel as if she belonged to it. Every gesture, every word, and even the silence of those with whom she came in contact, implied, and often expressed, that she was banished, and as much alone as if she had inhabited another sphere, or communicated with the common nature by other organs than the rest of human kind” (page 108). The judgmental community that Hester is a part of, ceases to affect her actions.