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Romeo And Juliet - Juliets Feelings

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  • Submitted: 05/07/2007
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GCSE Romeo and Juliet

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English H.W

By Lior Allen

In the play 'Romeo and Juliet' Juliet shows an emotional character and personality and shows progress of maturity. Whilst being together Juliet has gained vast experience to make her that mature young girl.

Juliet receives news from the nurse that her cousin Tybalt was killed. Juliet is brought to tears as she finds out the murderer was her partner Romeo. The nurse says to Juliet how she can speak well of someone that has just murdered one of her family members. Juliet said "Shall I speak ill of him that is my husband. This shows us that Juliet can't handle listening to the true and also that despite Romeo killing her cousin Tybalt she is mature enough to understand the situation as he would have been killed anyway for killing Mercutio. The maturity comes where she has had to deal with the death of her cousin and the fact that the killer was Romeo but on the other hand glad Romeo is not dead.

Juliet spends her first night with Romeo as husband and wife but its cut short as if Romeo was caught seen with Juliet he would

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