How is love changing the characters of Romeo and Juliet?
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"It is and honor that I dream not of." (1.3.66)
"And I'll no longer be a Capulet." (2.2.36)
"Take all myself" (2.2.49)
(Even though Juliet isn’t interested in getting married, she agrees to consider the idea because it’s what her mother wants. Juliet is loyal to her family through her obedience to them.)
ANSWER TO EQ: Juliet has become more brave and independent, willing to defy the parents she was once so loyal to in the name of love. Her interest in marriage had done a complete 180, she wasn’t so sure about it before, but now she was the one that initiated it with Romeo.
(Juliet's interest in marriage changes when she meets Romeo. Before Juliet had met Romeo, she wasn’t interested in marriage. However, she tells him soon that she wants to get married.)
(Juliet is also no longer faithful to her family. She is willing to give up the Capulet name, for Romeo, if he doesn’t give his up.)
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