Get an answer in 5 minutes
We'll notify as soon as your question has been answered.
Over the course of Romeo and Juliet, her character grows in depth and strength. When we first meet Juliet she is perceived as shy and innocent, however as her character grows throughout the play she shows great signs of strength, bravery and independence through events such as defying her father, marrying whom she wants to marry leading ultimately to her own suicide. A great quote to use that shines a spotlight on her strength and resilience to her father and her Capulet family is; "My only love sprung from my only hate". We can see her character development which is portrayed through Juliet taking control of her own destiny, "If all else fail, myself have power to die", declining the thought and action of ever marrying Paris.
Asked by Danica
How does dickens present the supernatural
Asked by Kai
How is fear presented in a Christmas carol