Match the character description with the character's name. You will not use all of the characters.

a. Lady Capulet
b. Lord Capulet
c. James Keller
d. Paris
e. Benvolio
f. Kate Keller
g. Jimmie Sullivan

11. Scorns his only child and vows to disown her- b
12. Haunts Annie Sullivan's thoughts and speaks from her past- g
13. Wants to help her oldest child learn to live with decency- f
14. Wishes to marry a woman he has not wooed- ?
15. Recounts the events of the killing to the Prince- e?


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  1. For # 14, check the character descriptions at Sparknotes.

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  2. 14: Me. I have not wooed Drew Barrymore.

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