Romeo and Juliet Essay | Juliet the Brave

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Juliet the Brave

Summary: A character development study of Juliet in William Shakespeare's tragedy "Romeo and Juliet." In the play, Juliet evolves from an innocent, inexperienced, and compliant child to a defiant and daring young woman as her experience with love ages her and leads to her demise.
In the play Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare, the protagonist, Juliet matures from a child to a young woman as she fights to keep her love a secret. First, Juliet is inarguably obedient and obeys her family's commands in a docile manner. Secondly, after meeting Romeo, Juliet becomes rebellious, having romantic rendezvous with the son of her father's sworn enemy. Finally, Juliet behaves as an audacious adolescent, impetuously acting on emotion rather than intellect. Thus, Juliet drastically transforms from an inexperienced and compliant child to a defiant and daring young woman as her experience with love ages her and leads to her demise.

In the beginning, Juliet is obedient to her family's commands. They do not demand much, but she complies with their requests. Juliet's mother discusses marriage with her daughter. Juliet listens dutifully, agreeing to act however her mother wishes, expressing great respect for her...

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