Romeo and Juliet Essay | How Does the Relationship Between the Nurse and Juliet Change Throughout the Play Romeo and Juliet?

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How Does the Relationship Between the Nurse and Juliet Change Throughout the Play Romeo and Juliet?

Summary: Essay is about the changes that go on between the Nurse and Juliet in the play Romeo and Juliet, using three scenes from the play.
Romeo and Juliet was written by William Shakespeare around the year of 1595. The story is of a man and a woman who fall deeply in love, but they are from families who are feuding with each other. This means that they are not allowed to fall in love, which causes many problems for the two ill-fated lovers. There could be many reasons for why the two families (Montague and Capulet) are feuding, a few of them are; Religion, Race, Social Rivalries, Businesses or Politics. The main characters of the play and story, Romeo and Juliet are; Romeo, Juliet, Mercutio, Tybalt, Lady and Lord Montague, Lady and Lord Capulet, Benvolio, Friar Lawrence and the Nurse(to Juliet).

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