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Romeo and Juliet - Act 3 Scene 5

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English Coursework - Romeo and Juliet. In this piece of coursework I am writing about act 3 scene 5 of the film, Romeo and Juliet. In this scene, the love certain characters have for people and the relationships between these people change completely. This is a very dramatic scene. In this scene, Romeo and Juliet are together for the last time. Also in this scene, Juliet and her Father (Lord Capulet) have an argument about who Juliet shall marry. Romeo and Juliet's love in this scene starts to show even more. They have known each other for just a matter of days and are already married to each other. Romeo spends his final night with Juliet. Romeo shouldn't be in Verona because he killed Tybalt and has been banished. They would do anything for each other. Romeo and Juliet would die for each other because they are in love so much. ...read more.


Juliet's Father came into her room after her Mother had told him that Juliet doesn't want to marry Paris. He chucked Juliet off her bed into the corner of the room. Lord Capulet was so angry at the fact Juliet didn't want to marry Paris and was screaming at her. Juliet was isolated in the corner and was being protected by the Nurse and was crying her eyes out. Lady Capulet tried to stop Juliet's Father from shouting at Juliet. Eventually, Lord Capulet left the room while Juliet was sat there crying. The relationship between Juliet and her Mother is a relationship that any audience would find acceptable. The Elizabethan audience would find it acceptable because it shows a very close Mother daughter relationship and there's absolutely nothing wrong with that. It also shows how close Juliet and her Mother are and how well they get along with each other until this point. ...read more.


It's Juliet's decision. Lord Capulet isn't thinking about Juliet's feelings at all, he's trying to control Juliet's life which really isn't fair. He shouldn't be doing this, it's just not the right thing to do. The modern audience will know it's wrong what Lord Capulet is doing. The Nurse has a very special relationship with Juliet. In the Nurse's eyes, Juliet is like a daughter to her and basically cares for Juliet as if she was her own daughter. She has done a lot for Juliet. The Nurse supported Juliet when she decided to marry Romeo and gave her advice. She was at Romeo and Juliet's wedding and she really does think a lot of Juliet. She tried her best to protect Juliet when her Juliet's Father was threatening her and got Lord Capulet to get away Juliet as the Nurse tried to shield her from her Father. The Nurse is just like a Mother to Juliet and she is one of the people that are closest to Juliet in the whole story. ...read more.

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