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    Capulet Monologue

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    Oh Woe is me, woe is me, mother of Juliet, wife of a Capulet. What did I ever do to deserve the tragic misery of my own daughter dying before me? What have I done, to offend God to have this heartbreaking despair cast upon me? It was only mere days ago that Juliet was gaily running the halls of this home but now it is gloomy and silent without the glow of her presence. Without my private chamber to mourn in peace, I don’t know how I could face the citizens of Verona. Oh why my Juliet, out of all

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    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

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    Juliet Capulet Monologue

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    Juliet Capulet was a nice little girl. At the age of 13, she had left this world. I was her Nurse and i pretty much raised her. She was the only daughter of Capulets and I know they are devastated,but I feel like I’m the one who is being punished the most. Juliet was like a daughter to me. I raised her, feed her with my own milk all throughout her childhood, and I was her best friend.. Juliet was very calm, yet very strong when it comes to love. The only time she disobeyed her parents was when

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    Lady Capulet Monologue

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    I, Lady Capulet am a parent, a friend, and a confidant. That at least is what I hoped my child saw me as. Clearly she did not. Juliet kept secrets from me and went against my wishes, which is why I blame my daughter for her own demise. I have every right to place the blame on Juliet's shoulders for her own death. You may be thinking "But, Lady Capulet you are her mother. Are you not supposed to shield your daughter's good name from reticule?" That is where you are wrong, good people. Juliet no

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    Juliet Capulet Quotes

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    Juliet Capulet Juliet Capulet lived a very short life. Although her life was short, she lived a passionate adventuresome romance with a forbidden love, Romeo Montague. William Shakespeare created a masterpiece when he created Juliet in the tragic play Romeo and Juliet. Her exquisite beauty and personal charm is among the finest in literature. Romeo’s description of her captures this perfectly when he says “Juliet is the sun and the brightness of her cheek would shame the stars.” Juliet is the daughter

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    Lord Capulet is most to blame for Juliet’s death because he is verbally abusive and fickle. Lord Capulet shows change throughout the play and proves that his actions have consequences. Lord Capulet is responsible for Juliet’s death because he is verbally abusive. Lord Capulet has a high temper towards Juliet for her opinions . For example, As Lord Capulet enters Juliet’s room and hears that Juliet refuses to marry Paris his smile disappears and becomes angry and irritated. As Lord Capulet is yelling

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    In William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet, a play about two lovers who are from opposing families, Lord Capulet wishes to appear as a man of peace and much virtue, but when he is away from the prying eyes of the public, he is a man many times worse than Lord Montague. Lord Capulet is a complex character who many times contradicts his earlier actions in this play. By the end of this, you will truly understand Lord Capulet's motives towards life. He is not the caring man one might think he is when

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    Lady Capulet, mostly known for being Juliet’s mother, is the wife of the rich patriarch of the Capulet family, therefore, she is high up in the aristocracy. Their family have specific ways in which they must carry themselves. Lady Capulet is never seen exhibiting any behavior that could be misconstrued as inappropriate, and is always worried about what others will think. For example, as woman who herself married young, is very eager for her daughter to marry Paris, a kinsman of the Prince. Her only

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    In the tragic play of Romeo and Juliet, Capulet is the most at fault for the events that occurred,which then lead to the deaths of Romeo and Juliet.To begin, the Capulets and the Montagues have been in a feud for the longest of time and they do not know exactly why they hate each other.In the Prologue of Romeo and Juliet, it talks about how the two families have been in a grudge against each other since ancient history and it is hard for the two to tell why they dislike each other. “ From ancient

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    Since Verona’s history has been created, there has been two principal families who had been involved on it. Both, the Capulet and Montague families had held their member in Verona. As I have been descried, the Montagues and the Capulets have fight to death for no specified reason. From old family members all the way to young integrators, they take revenge between themselves. There is no definite reason why both fight but problems between them has marked their family past. Among such problem, no effort

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