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They both want to see Juliet married.

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lady Capulet is a foli of the nurse and she's a flat character.


Lord Capulet knows that Juliet is "dead" because the Nurse and Lady Capulet are making a racket in Juliet's room. The Nurse is the first to find Juliet "dead," then Lady Capulet. Last in their household to know was Lord Capulet.


Juliets side of the family Capulet: Her father Lady Capulet: Her mother Nurse: Takes care of Juliet


the nurse is more ugle and less valuable. She also doesnt bathe as much. Lady capulet smells like dandylions, is humorous, and is a lot taller.


The Nurse foils the character of Juliet's mother, Lady Capulet. As her mother, Lady Capulet should know everything that there is about her daughter; she should know how old she is and her innermost feelings. However, Lady Capulet knows neither. Early on in Act 1, Lady Capulet is unsure of Juliet's age and the Nurse has an extended speech in which she explains to Juliet's mother how she knows how old Juliet is better than her mother does. Additionally, throughout the play, it is the Nurse that Juliet goes to for advice and assistance, not her mother.


Lady Capulet is Juliets mother BUT the nurse brought Juliet up. Juliet was raised in Italy in the house of Lord and Lady Capulet, her parents. But largely by her Nurse and servant Angelica.


The difference between the Nurse and Juliet's mother is that the Nurse is more of the "real" mother than Lady Capulet is. This is because the Nurse was Juliet's nurse (obviously), and had more of a connection between Juliet than Lady Capulet. The Nurse treats Juliet as her own daughter, because her real daughter, Susan, had already died. Lady Capulet is more concerned about how Juliet affects her status, more than actually caring about her.


Juliet's nurse. Or "Nurse" if you read the script. The nurse summons for Juliet on behalf of Lady Capulet.


The nurse told Juliet that her mother needed her. When Juliet left, Romeo asked "Who's her mother?". The nurse responded that Juliet's mother was Lady Capulet.


there's mercutio and romeo Juliet and the nurse benvolio and romeo lady Capulet and the nurse


Romeo, Juliet, Lord Capulet, Lady Capulet, Friar Lawerence, Nurse, Tybalt, Mercutio, Benvolio


Her father, Lord Capulet. Also (to a lesser extent) her mother Lady Capulet and Juliet's nurse.


Romeo Juliet Lord Capulet & Lady Capulet Lord Montague & Lady Montague Mercutio Benvolio Tybalt Paris Friar Lawrence Nurse The Prince


Romeo, Juliet, Montague, Capulet, Lady Capulet, Lady Montague, Paris, Friar Laurence, Tybalt, Mercutio, Nurse, Benvolio, and the Prince(:


Romeo Juliet Lord Capulet & Lady Capulet Lord Montague & Lady Montague Mercutio Benvolio Tybalt Paris Friar Lawrence Nurse The Prince


the nurse has been taking care of juliet since she was a baby. nurse has a more deep relationship with juliet than Lady Capulet.


Lord Capulet is Juliet's father, Lady Capulet is Juliet's mother and Lord Capulet's wife, Tybalt is Juliet's cousin and Lady Capulet's nephew, Nurse is Juliet's, well, nurse (as well as a good friend to her), Samson, Gregory, and Peter are all serving men of the Capulets. :)


Benvolio, Nurse, Capulet, Lady Capulet, Montague, Lady Montague, Friar John, Friar Lawrence, Apothecary, Balthasar Actually Lady Montague dies from what the play says grief from Romeo's death.



That Lady Capulet and Capulet have arranged for Juliet to be married.


Lady Capulet is Juliet's mother and Capulet's wife.


Lady Capulet is Juliet's mother.


Nurse and Lady C believe Paris is a good choice for Juliet to marry. Nurse feels Paris is a "man of wax" and Lady C thinks Juliet is at the perfect age to marry.


Romeo and Juliet, obviously. Lady Capulet, Lord Capulet, the nurse, Mercutio, Tybalt, Friar Lawrence and Benvolio. I think that's all


i a modern song that represents lady capulet



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