Who Is The Obedient In Romeo And Juliet

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In Shakespeare's time, there was an expectation that daughters were understood to have. Daughters were obedient and had to act like a mature woman with respect and obedience to everyone, especially their parents. Juliet was the daughter of Capulet, a well-respected and wealthy man. Juliet is expected to always do what her demanding parents ordered or a punishment could be given. She is an obedient and modest thirteen-year-old girl until she discovered her first true love. In William Shakespeare’s tragedy, Romeo and Juliet, Juliet’s character changes from an obedient daughter into an independent and rebellious teenager.
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