Capulet, Juliet (external conflict)

By: Zach Kerfoot

Theme

People should not act on instinct, but think about their actions.

Act I, Scene V

Within this scene Juliet is confessing her love for Romeo Montague to the Nurse. As they talk, Juliet says "'My only love, sprang from my only hate! Too early seen unknown, and known to late...'"(1018, lines 154-155). Upon Romeo/Juliet talking, they both fall in love instantly. Later this leads to hardships and many peoples death.
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Act III, Scene IV

Later in the book, Paris and Lord Capulet are talking about Paris and Juliet marrying. Capulet then says, ""Sir Paris, I will make a desperate tender of my child's love. I think she will be rated in all respects by me...'" (1061 lines 14-16). This is key to the book because after Romeo & Juliet meet, they get married, while Paris is planning to marry Juliet as well.
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Theme From Act 5 Scene 3

People should not act on instinct, but think about their actions.


Due to Romeo and Juliet going in gun hoe, many people end up dead or in moral pain. Near the end of the book, Romeo poisons himself and then Juliet wakes up from her trance. When she sees he say says, "'O happy dagger. This is thy sheath; there rust and let me die'" (1097 and 1098). After she states that she stabs herself. This later leads to the end of the book, yes, but more impotently, the end of the feud between the Capulet's and Montague's.

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