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Some readers argue that the adults in this play-- Friar Lawrence and Juliet's nurce--- do an incredibly BAD job of mentoring and providing guidance to romeo and juliet; in fact, some people believe that without these meddling adults, Romeo and Juliet would not end in the way it does. Give your opinion about these adults-- are they good role models, or do they fail Romeo and Juliet. Please use quotes to justify your opinion.

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