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William Shakespeares play Romeo and Juliet takes place in Verona Italy in the 1300s Juliet transforms from an obedient daughter to an independent young woman as seen in her relationship with her nurse disagreements with her parents and the choices she makes throughout the play All due to her love for RomeoJuliets new choices for love affect her relationship with her nurse In the beginning of the play Juliet sees Nurse as her confidante Thou wast the prettiest babe the eer I nursed An I might live to see thee married once I have my wish Nurse Shakespeare I iii 62-64 Later Nurse tells Juliet that it would be best to marry Paris even though she knows Juliet married Romeo I think it best you married with the county Oh hes a lovely gentleman Nurse Shakespeare III v 218-219 Ancient damnation Juliets response Shakespeare III v 236 Clearly Juliets relationship with the Nurse has weakened as her confidante Juliet and her parents used to see eye to eye and Juliet did not argue or disobey their commands Ill look to like if looking liking move But no more deep will I endart mine eye Than your consent gives strength to make it fly Juliet Shakespeare I ii 99-101 This shows how willing Juliet tries to show interest in Paris in the beginning of the play but her choice dramatically changes Juliet also fakes her own death to end up with Romeo even though she knows devastation will come unto her family Romeo Romeo Romeo Heres drink I drink to thee Juliet Shakespeare IV iii 58 Juliets choices show how much she has changed throughout the play Capulet marries the two star-crossed lovers without Juliets consent from her parents And too soon marrd are those so early made The earth hath swallowd all my hopes
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