Juliet External Conflict

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Act III, Scene V

In Act IiI, Scene V, Juliet's parents make the rash decision to disown her if she does not marry Paris. Juliet is begging her mother to at least push the wedding date up just a bit, and she says, "Is there no pity sitting in the clouds that sees into the bottom of my grief?"(197-199). Her parents are making this decision without even considering what might be going on in Juliet's life then, maybe something else is going on and she's being overwhelmed with it all, however they are just like "marry paris er elseeee" like maybe she doesn't like paris maybe he's fugly to her, you know?

Act III, Scene V

In Juliet's time of deep despair, the one person she thought she could trust, the nurse, said,"Oh [Paris] is a lovely gentleman, Romeo's a dishclout to him"(119-220). Like she thought the nurse would understand, but she just sided with the rest of her family, without considering Juliet's side of the story.

Act IV, Scene I

Paris is talking to his (or what he thinks it is) newly wed wife. He said "Happily met, my lady and my wife," and then Juliet was like, "That may be sir, when I may be a wife"(17-18) Paris refuses to think that Juliet would ever love anyone but himself, he thinks that she's all sad about Tybalt.

Theme, Act V Scene III

In the very end of the story, Juliet has no choice but to end it all, saying, "Oh happy dagger, this is thy sheath, there rust and let me die. (stabs herself with Romeo's dagger and dies)"(183-184). So this is what happens when people disagree with each other without actually considering each other's point of view. Death happens.

Rance Heinrich

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11 December 2014