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Romeo and Juliet

What does Juliet says about names?

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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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Juliet says that names don't matter because they don't tell the personality of a person. For example she says that it doesn't matter that Romeo is called a Montague because this name does not mean anything or show anything about Romeo. She also questions why do we call things by specific names when they don;t mean anything.

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The right answer: Juliet says that names do not define who you are. "What's in a name? That which we call a rose, by any other name would smell as sweet." She loves Romeo, no matter what his name is. If he could just change his name, he'd still be himself, and they wouldn't have any issues with the parents. Juliet doesn't care whether or not she is a Capulet or Romeo is a Montague. She'd happily change her own name: "or if thou wilt not, be but my love, and I'll no longer be a Capulet." The wrong answer: Juliet says names define people and who they are she wants to be a Capulet but she is not sure how Romeo feels about it.

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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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