Essay about Act 3 Scene 5 of William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet

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Act 3 Scene 5 of William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet Romeo and Juliet is full of exciting incidents which are intertwined to create the interesting plot itself. The audience have already witnessed many key events in Act 3 Scene 5. Romeo has already spent his first night with Juliet in her chamber at the house of Capulet. The audience are shocked with the unexpected arrivance of Lady Capulet. "Your lady mother is coming to your chamber" Here we see the nurse trying to warn Juliet that her mother is about to walk into her room. This immediately makes Romeo try and escape from the Capulet house via the famous balcony. Only moments after his escape, Lady Capulet arrives. She finds Juliet…show more content…
"Hang thee, young baggage! Disobedient wretch!" Lord Capulet is not interested in the feelings of his own daughter but cares more about his status in society and would rather his daughter be married to a noble prince. Later on in this scene, the audience are presented with the betrayal of the nurse as she goes against Juliet's trust and suggests to her that maybe it is best if she was to forget about Romeo and marry Paris. This leaves Juliet with one last hope; the Friar. The audience feel more interested at this point, as they know that some sort of plan is about to be unveiled and something obviously is going to stir up further action. Throughout the play, various different characteristics are shown, which gradually become more apparent as the play develops. In act 3 scene 5, what we know is confirmed. Juliet had evidently expressed her love towards Romeo in various different ways. She is portrayed to be a loyal, kind and devoted wife to Romeo and we know this for two different reasons. At such a young age, although she may sound naïve, Juliet has made the decision to marry a man whom she barely knows which shows the audience her deep feelings for Romeo and trust in him. The fact that she disobeys her parents to whom she has previously shown the utmost respect,
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