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dity . This can also be interpreted as a cruel judgement for as she is a possession, she is only to be sold for her virginity and womanly role as society in that day and age. However, in lord Capulet's own way we can see that he has a 'love, hate'
relationship with Juliet for when we see Capulet verbally abuse Juliet he says ' fettle your fine joints' we can see that he admires his daughter for her bravery, for he is willing to drag her to church. This tells' audiences that, Shakespeare has
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The relationship between Juliet and Lady capulet is led to Juliet's 'careful' father to automatically compare her to a 'mistress minion' this means she is compared to a prostitute. We can observe this might be true for before this scene Juliet only
had sex with Romeo once, therefore this makes Juliet feel bad about herself and stating the relationship between father and daughter is not based on emotional attachment but has only requirement of discipline and her duty as a daughter to be a commo
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The structure of the relationships that Juliet has with the Capulet household and Romeo determines what personality she has and also represents emotions that are different to each other. Juliet with Romeo is a sweet girl who is compassionate and love
Romeo. Where as Juliets' relationship with her parents is very amid and full of desperation attention seeking therefore leading to contrast in emotions and personality. As Romeo is gone Juliet feels that her only stable relationship has been ripped
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apart by her own parents' for lady and lord Capulet encouraged the idea of Romeo getting banished which leads to distrust and ends the relationship between Juliet and her parents. This led to the ultimate abandonment of Juliet.
Juliets' only piece of dignity remains in the nurse, this helps Juliet cause for not being hit by her father. This can be figured when the nurse says ' you are to blame my lord, to rate her so'. This means that lord Capulet is to blame for her disob
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iance and spoiled nature. We can link Juliets' spoiled nature to lord Capulets; for he does not want to be disobeyed and Juliet also does not want to be disobeyed. Audiences can tell that Shakespeare has created a scene where father and daughter have
an amid and strong minded relationship. When the nurse intervenes, the abandonment between lord Capulet increases. However,when Juliet says' ' speakest thou from thy heart' this creates tension for she questions the authority and judgement of the onl
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had sex with Romeo once, therefore this makes Juliet feel bad about herself and stating the relationship between father and daughter is not based on emotional attachment but has only requirement of discipline and her duty as a daughter to be a commo

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The relationship between Juliet and Lady capulet is led to Juliet's 'careful' father to automatically compare her to a 'mistress minion' this means she is compared to a prostitute. We can observe this might be true for before this scene Juliet only

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Romeo. Where as Juliets' relationship with her parents is very amid and full of desperation attention seeking therefore leading to contrast in emotions and personality. As Romeo is gone Juliet feels that her only stable relationship has been ripped

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Juliets' only piece of dignity remains in the nurse, this helps Juliet cause for not being hit by her father. This can be figured when the nurse says ' you are to blame my lord, to rate her so'. This means that lord Capulet is to blame for her disob

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an amid and strong minded relationship. When the nurse intervenes, the abandonment between lord Capulet increases. However,when Juliet says' ' speakest thou from thy heart' this creates tension for she questions the authority and judgement of the onl

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