Romeo and Juliet
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Romeo and Juliet
Daughter of the Capulets
13 years old
Is at first naive and innocent aboutlove, but matures as she lovesRomeo.
"Romeo, Romeo, wherefore art thouRomeo? Deny thy father and refuse thyname. Or if thou wilt not, be but swornmy love, and I'll no longer be aCapulet." 2.1.7478
Doesn't have the same freedoms as Romeo,because she is of an aristocratic family andbecause she is a woman.
Her parents try to make her marry Paris,but instead she marries the son of theirgreatest enemies.
Devises a plan with the Friar when Romeo is exiled so she canescape marrying Paris. She takes a sleeping potion so sheappears to be dead. This plan backfires and Romeo thinks she isdead, so he kills himself. She awakes to find him dead so she killsherself.
16 years old
Impulsive and immature at times
Idealistic and passionate
Not interested in the violent feudbetween the two families. His onlyinterest is love.
Kills Tybalt during a fight in the streetsafter Mercutio is slain. He is exiledbecause of this.
He doesn't know Juliet has taken sleepingpotion, so he thinks she's dead and hekills himself in her tomb.
Son of the Montagues
At first loves Rosaline butimmediately falls in love with Juliet.
"But soft, what light through yonderwindow breaks? It is the East, and Julietis the sun." 2.1.4446.
Born in England
The greatest playwright inthe English language
Wrote over 54 plays and 138sonnets
Secretly marries the lovers.
A suitor whom Juliet'sparents want her to marry.
Juliet's cousin whom Romeoslays.
Romeo's close friend.
Juliet's nurse since she was ababy. She helps Juliet andRomeo.
The Prince and ruler of Verona
Offers commentary on the play's plotand themes. Developed first in Greekdrama.
Symbolizes human society's tendencyto take good things and make themfatal.
Symbolizes the foolishness of theCapulet/Montague feud and of thestupidity of violence in general.
All desires and fantasies areas nonsensical as Queen Mab,and they are all basicallycorrupting.
The Forcefulness of Love
Love as a cause of Violence
The Individual Versus Society
The Inevitability of Fate
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