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Rome And Juliet (Father)

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Introduction

Shakespeare What do we learn about Juliet's relationship with her father from Act 3 scene 5? ...read more.

Middle

If the daughter/girl refused to marry whomever the father choose the only way she would be able to get out of it was either to leave her home and live on the streets or commit suicide. ...read more.

Conclusion

At the beginning of the play we are able to see clearly how much Lord Capulet loves his daughter Juliet and that he is no hurry to get her married of. He says: "Let two more summers wither in... ...read more.

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