What Is The Nurse's Role In Romeo And Juliet

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The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare is a play in which two families who live in Verona hate each other for unknown reasons. Two star crossed lovers from opposite families end up falling in love with each other where their love ends in a tragic way. These four characters are a big part of Romeo and Juliet 's fate. The Nurse, Friar Laurence, Lord Capulet, and Tybalt all contributed to the play, their relationship, and the tragic ending.
In the play Juliet was the daughter of Lord Capulet and Lady Capulet. Lady Capulet was never really there for Juliet like a mother should be. The Nurse took care of Juliet and raised her like her own after her own died as a baby. The Nurse was very caring and sentimental but funny at times." I am weary, give me leave awhile. Fie, how my bones ache! What a jaunce have i had!" This quote from Act two, scene one is where she teases Juliet to make her think she has bad news. Their role affects the family feud because she is a Capulet and a very good friend of Juliet. The Nurse was a big role in Romeo and Juliet 's relationship, she helped them meet
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Tybalt hates the Montagues more than anyone else and is always aggressive. He wears fancy clothes and is very fashionable. He didn 't know about Romeo and Juliet 's relationship but would have hated for his cousin to date a Montague. He is a big jerk and the reason for Mercutio 's death."Boy, this shall not excuse the injuries that thou hast done me. Therefore turn and draw". Tybalt said this in act three, scene one where the fight happened. He was calling Romeo weak for not wanting to fight him. Romeo could not fight him because they were family now since they secretly got married. This caused Romeo to kill him which caused him to get banished from Verona. Romeo 's banishment caused the whole problem with Romeo and Juliet not being able to see each other which caused them to take drastic measures to see each
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