Juliet: external conflict
people should not fall to much in love
Act 1, Scene 5
Romeo is talking to himself about Juliet ,because he thinks there is no one as beautiful as her; "Beauty too rich for use, for earth to dear! So shows a snowy dove trooping with crows." (1014 51-53) This is related because he just met her and he thinks she's perfect and he wants to marry her. He should really calm down and not be so ignorant.
Act 4, Scene 1
Juliet is speaking to Friar Lawrence, she's asking for help/guidance because she's suppose to marry Paris but she loves Romeo; "Shall be the label to another deed, or my true heart will treacherous revolt, turn to another, this shall slay them both therefore, out of thy long experienced time, give me counsel or my extremes and this knife play the umpire." (1074 64-68) Now Juliet is saying she's willing to kill herself than marry/be with anyone besides Romeo!