Hire Writer Following the prologue, the opening of the play also depicts the feud between the two families, Capulet and Montague, which shows the intensity of the rivalry. It also demonstrates the loyalty of the servants to either the Montague or Capulet house.
Oh, yeah, that's right, Ethel and her pirate dad are just pretend. But Juliet would probably have been better off with a pirate for a father. He couldn't have been meaner than old Pa Capulet.
I have trouble with this play. Juliet does have some really powerful lines. In short, Juliet is magnificent, while the play is What Shakespeare really has succeeded in doing is showing how painfully young these two kids are.
And how cruelly they are treated by the adults. Romeo's parents aren't so bad but Juliet's are real tyrants, the father being among the worst of Shakespeare's dreadful dads.
And her mother, at the ripe old age of twenty-seven or twenty-eight, isn't much better. She does protest her husband's raging, but only lamely and when Juliet begs for comfort and support she only says: Talk not to me, for I'll not speak a word.
Do as thou wilt, for I have done with thee Act 3. A couple of parents more in need of parental guidance would be hard to find.
But what I find harder to accept are the two supposedly nice adults, the Nurse and the Friar. This seems to be the prevailing interpretation of the Nurse.
The Nurse troubles me from the start. In her first appearance in the play, in Act 1. She laughs about weaning baby Juliet by smearing her nipples with bitter tasting wormwood. But even worse, she repeatedly tells the story of how her husband had mocked and ridiculed the little Juliet when she fell and hurt herself quite seriously.
The Nurse apparently thinks so. Still she is funny and bawdy and affectionate and all that and she does go to a lot of trouble to help the young lovers meet. She knows from the beginning that Juliet is to marry Paris. This is not a society in which a thirteen-year-old girl is allowed to have a romantic fling before marriage.Juliet, like Romeo, makes the transition from an innocent adolescent to responsible adult during the course of the play.
In Juliet's case, however, there is a heightened sense that she has been forced to mature too quickly.
“For never was a story of more woe, than this of Juliet and her Romeo.” SOB. Such an incredible movie. The definitive Romeo and Juliet tbh. Juliet, like Romeo, makes the transition from an innocent adolescent to responsible adult during the course of the play.
In Juliet's case, however, there is a heightened sense that she has been forced to mature too quickly. Home Romeo and Juliet Q & A What roles did the adults play o Romeo and Juliet What roles did the adults play on the Fate of Roemo and Juliet?
Promit for paper: Dicuss the role that the adults played in . Romeo and Juliet not only have a relationship with each other, they also have relationships to the adults in their lives.
Though the play is several hundred years old, these relationships are very similar to those between adults and teens today. Throughout Romeo and Juliet, Shakespeare establishes the ideological divide that often separates youths from adults.
The characters in the play can all be categorized as either young, passionate characters or older, more functional characters.