"By giving liberty unto thine eyes; Examine other beauties."
Act 1, Scene 3 - The Bonds of Friendship
"Thou the prettiest babe that e'er I nursed"
Act 2, Scene 5 - The Bonds of Friendship
"I would thou hadst my bones and I thy news: Nay come, I pray thee, speak; good, good nurse, speak.
"Jesu, what haste? can you not stay a while?"
This scene shows Benvolio comforting Romeo while he is in tears about Rosaline. Romeo cries that the one he loves, Rosaline, doesn't love him back. Benvolio tells Romeo that he should find somebody else and look for a new girl to love and that will love him too. This quote shows how good a friend Benvolio is to Romeo. He listens to his problems and wants to help. I thik sometimes he can even be too good of a friend when Romeo isn't. Whenever they talk, it's always about Romeo and never about Benvolio.
In this scene, Lady Capulet comesto talk to Juliet about marriage. Even though the nurse agrees with Lady Capulet and thinks she should get married, the nurse is still respectful of Juliets wishes. This quote shows the theme of the bonds of friendship because the nurse isn't just Juliet's caregiver, she is also her best friend. Just like Benvolio, Nurse gives Juliet advice all through the play.This is important because it gives Juliet someone to talk to through the play also.
This scene shows Juliet and threw nurse having a conversation about a message Romeo has delivered to Juliet through the nurse. Juliet wants o rush into the discussion to find out what he said. But the nurse doesn't think so. Even though the nurse basically works for her family, Juliet is still respectful to her caregiver and best friend, she says "Good, good nurse, speak." Which shows that the nurse and her are in fact good friends because they respect each other.