Juliet: Character Connection

Sadie Harmon


People should let their loved ones make their own decisons and should not decide for them is a great theme for Juliet's character connection because some people say that if it was not for Juliet and Romeo's parents not approving of who they had chose to be with no tragities would have occurred. Lord Capulet said, "To have her matched; and having now provided a gentleman of princely parentage, of fair demenses, youthful and nobly trained." (


Juliet is connected to lots and lots of characters, but Romeo is her number one. They have a very interesting journey, this all started when Romeo first figured out who Juliet really is he said, "Is she a Capulet? O dear account! My life is my foe's debt" (Act 1 Scene 5). Romeo and Juliet truly loved each other, and clearly would do anything and everything it took in order for them to spend the rest of their life together, Juliet pours her heart out to Romeo by saying, "O Romeo O Romeo! Wherefore art thou Romeo? Deny thy father and refuse thy name!" (Act 2 Scene 2). When Lord Capulet informs Juliet of her wedding plans with Paris that are intended to happen the next day, Juliet is very upset, she begs her father to just hold off on the wedding by yelling, "Delay this marriage for a month, a week; Or if you do not, make the bridal bed, in what dim monument where Tybalt lies!" (Act 3 Scene 5).