Vigée-Le Brun was one of the few women who were able to attend the French Royal Academy of Painting and Sculpture in a time where the art of painting was dominated by men. Her painting speaks to me more since she demonstrated through this painting of her daughter Julie that women could paint portraits just as good or even better than the dominant male
In most societies, it is common for mothers to have great affection for their daughter(s), but Juliet receives more affection from the nurse that raised her rather than her mother. The Nurse shows Juliet great affection and love, while Juliet’s mother, Lady Capulet, barely knows anything about her own daughter, Juliet. The Nurse raised Juliet since she was an infant while Lady Capulet, a member of the nobility, spent very little time with Juliet as her priorities were attending social events, entertaining and spending time away on vacations. In Shakespeare’s tragedy “Romeo and Juliet”, the Nurse foils Lady Capulet by her relationship and affection towards Juliet showing Lady Capulet as the ultimate "Ice Queen" who cares more about her social status than her own daughter's happiness. The Nurse foils Lady Capulet by her relationship with Juliet.
What’s worse is Julie’s only reappearance in the film: she is an alcoholic who has been devastated by her husband leaving her and can’t get her life together. This sends an awful message about women in general, and renders Julie a much less powerful figure who suffers because of her race. She sacrifices her job to help Magnolia, but her ending is unclear and
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.
"Come on Juliet you can not just sit at home on a weekend and read books we have to wear our gorgeous dresses that your mother just sent you to come on live a little after all you are Juliet Capulet the daughter of the multi-billionaire," said Roslina. But Roslina you know I hate going out and I know what you’re thinking about said Juliet looking at Rosalina. What? What am I thinking about? Said Rosalina with a mischievous smile.
Characteristics of Lady Capulet In Romeo and Juliet, Juliet’s mother is Lady Capulet. Throughout the whole story, Lady Capulet wants Juliet to marry Paris. No matter how much Juliet argues and begs her mother to not make her get married, Lady Capulet does not listen. Some people may think that Lady Capulet is a good mom who just wants what is best for her daughter. Although I do not believe that this is true and I will be discussing my reasons throughout this essay.
Similar to a parasite, Juliet, the daughter of Capulet and Lady Capulet in the play Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare, is a character who is very dependent and doesn’t formulate her own opinion. So, throughout the course of the story, Juliet develops her own thoughts and continuously becomes more independent according to the experiences she faces, consisting of disobeying her parents, falling deeply in love with Romeo and finally accomplishing her liberty. William Shakespeare has created Juliet by interpreting her as a character who has transferred from a dependent person to an independent person. For instance, while Juliet was asking the nurse about the fight between Romeo and Tybalt, Juliet says, “What storm is this that blows so contrary? / Is Romeo slaughtered and is Tybalt dead?”(3.2.70-71).
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.
Deny thy father and refuse thy name, Or, if thou wilt not, be but sworn my love, And I 'll no longer be a Capulet”, Juliet speaks to herself about how their love affects their families feud, and how she wants to separate his identity to forget their families rivalry. Juliet’s self-reliant life is influenced primarily by her family 's feud with the
She is a much more complexed character than what most people take her to be. The nurse is Juliet’s caretaker. She has been employed by Lady Capulet to take care of Juliet since she was a baby. Her actions towards Juliet shows she is a loving and caring person. While talking to Lady Capulet the nurse says, “Faith, I can tell her age unto an hour.” (I iii 11) Would she remember Juliet’s age so precisely if she didn’t care about her?