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romeo and Juliet Act 1 scene 3 questions:

1. what impression does the audience get of Juliet in this scene?

2.what impression does the audience get of Juliet's nurse on this scene?

3.Explain the extended metaphor used by Lady Capulet (lines 80-95) what is being compared, and what role does a woman have in this metaphor?

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