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The nurse comes into Juliet's room and tells Romeo to escape from the window because Lady Capulet is coming.
This quote demonstrates dramatic irony because the audience knows what Juliet means but her mother doesn't.
Lady Capulet sees Juliet crying because of "Tybalt's" death.
"Indeed, I shall never be satisfied with Romeo till I behold him-dead-"
Lady Capulet also is very cold and does not stand up for Juliet when her and Capulet force her to marry Paris.
Lady Capulet is vengeful in this scene and tells Juliet they must get their revenge for Tybalt's death.
Capulet becomes enraged at his daughter's disobedience and gives a monologue about Juliet's ungratefulness.
"Day, night, hour, tide, time, work, play, alone, in company, still my care hath been to have her matched."
Capulet is short-tempered because as soon as Juliet is being disobedient he goes off.
Capulet is also very proud. if Juliet disrespects him, he will disown her.
The nurse tells Juliet she's better off just marrying Paris and forgetting about Romeo.
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