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Romeo And Juliet : Act III Scene 5
In the previous scene, Rome and Juliet had made their final exchanges of love before Romeo leaves for Mantua. The following scene opens with Juliet weeping. Lady Capulet believes she is weeping over her cousin Tybalt's death, but in actual fact, it is because Romeo has been banished in which he had been forced to go to Mantua. Lady Capulet then tells Juliet the happy news that she is to marry Paris in just 3 days. Juliet is stunned and refuses to do so because she is already married to Romeo, although Lady Capulet does not know anything about this. Her father then enters expecting Juliet to be excited about the wedding he arranged for her. Capulet gets fury when Juliet expressed her opposition about it. The scene concludes with the Nurse advising Juliet to obey her father which Juliet then goes off, to seek the advice from Friar Laurence. We can see that Love is a major theme in this scene. If Juliet hadn't expressed her love for Romeo, she may have agreed to marry Prince and never would have argued with her mother and father.
187 Words Keonii Von Stoll