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Was Juliet a montegue?

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Juliet was NOT a Montague. Juliet was a Capulet; Romeo a Montague.

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Juliet felt names kept the two apart and if only he was not a montegue they would be aloud to be together. she also says she would do anything to be with him even if it would be to give up her last name as a Capulet.


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Juliet is basically talking about how names mean nothing in a person. She says "A rose by any other name would smell as sweet" meaning that Romeo would still be as sweet if or if he wasn't a montegue. (since their families are enemies)


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