Juliet, the Nurse and Lady Capulet have a conversation about Juliet's suitors.
Act 1 Scene 3 Lady Capulet and the Nurse come to Juliet to talk about Paris' proposal. The Nurse Proceeds to go on a long speech about Juliet's childhood and her toddler's death.
Act 1 Scene 3 Lady Capulet and the Nurse come to Juliet to talk to her about Paris' proposal. The Nurse then goes on a long speech of Juliet's childhood and her deceased toddler.
Comic Relief: When a comedic event interjects a serious or dramatic scene. The Nurse does this as "fall back" have double meaning and her babble interrupts a serious conversation. She is caring for Juliet like a mother.
Summary: 'Ever since my toddler died, Juliet's become like my daughter. I remember how she fell one day and my husband said "you'll fall back next time instead of forward""
Lady Capulet: "Nay he's a flower, in faith, a very flower"
Metaphor Lady Capulet compares Paris to a flower in an effort to make him sound delicate and more attractive. She only wishes the best for her daughter and wants to push the marraige.
Lady Capulet is telling Juliet about Paris. She tries to convince her that it is a good idea to marry him.
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