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Notice whenever Juliet seeks for help the people close to her tend to always let her down Why is that Arent your friends or family members suppose to be the ones who are always there for you and never let you down Well not in Juliets case You see Shakespeare the author of Romeo Juliet wrote the story in a way that Juliet a main character in the story whenever seeks for guidance from her friends and family members especially when she needs it most is always betrayed or let down In the following paragraphs I will explain how Lady Capulet Friar Lawrence and Romeo betrayed her and how this caused Juliet to make the wrong decisions in her life First of all Lady Capulet is Juliets mother A mother is suppose to be close to her daughter and is the person who knows and understands Juliet the most But in this case her mother is the first person to let her down For example when Lord Capulet made the decision in act three scene 5 that Juliet should marry Paris her mother stood up for that decision even though she knew that Juliet didnt want to marry Paris I think her mother should of been on Juliets side because shes her mother and she has experience in marriage and should know marrying someone you do not like is not a good idea Also another betrayal by Lady Capulet is that she teaches Juliet to judge men by their money their social rank and their appearance For example she recommended Paris to Juliet because he is rich good looking and on the Capulets side This is not good Because Juliet really does love Romeo and when her mother says things like that it really makes Juliet upset because Romeo is not rich and their family hates her family and vice versa These points show how shallow Lady Capulets character is This prevents
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