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What does the nurse say in Romeo and Juliet?
Last Updated: 10th March, 2020
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Also question is, what is the nurse talking about in Romeo and Juliet?
The Nurse is Juliet's Confidante At first, the Nurse supports the romance between Romeo and Juliet. She acts as a messenger, encourages the secret marriage, and even helps Romeo secretly enter Juliet's bedchamber. Later, however, the Nurse turns her position and encourages Juliet to abandon Romeo.
Similarly, what scenes is the nurse in in Romeo and Juliet? 4.3: Juliet asks the Nurse to leave her alone, telling Lady Capulet that the Nurse should help with the wedding preparations. 4.4: The Nurse bustles around excitedly with Lord and Lady Capulet as they prepare for the wedding. 4.5: The Nurse tries to wake Juliet for her wedding with Paris.
Also, what instructions does Romeo give to the nurse for Juliet?
Expert Answers info Juliet has to come up with some way of getting to a confession ("shrift") that afternoon - and when she gets to her "confession", she will in fact be married. The nurse gets a different set of instructions: And stay, good nurse, behind the abbey wall. Must be my convoy in the secret night.
Did Romeo and Juliet sleep together?
At the beginning of Act III, scene v, Romeo and Juliet are together in Juliet's bed just before dawn, having spent the night with each other and feeling reluctant to separate. We might conclude that we're meant to infer that they just had sex, and that may be the way the scene is most commonly understood.