In Juliet’s play, Nurse plays the role of secondary mother figure. She has a much closer relationship with Juliet than Lady Capulet does. The Nurse cared for Juliet from birth and has a daughter named Susan who died when she was a baby. She sees Juliet as her surrogate daughter, and her story reveals the nature of this relationship. The scene between the two characters allows the reader to see the nurse’s conflicted feelings toward the king and the other characters.
During the first scene, Lady Capulet calls the Nurse for assistance finding her daughter. Initially, she dismisses the Nurse, asking to talk to Juliet alone. However, she changes her mind and asks the Nursing woman to stay. The Nurse then begins to tell Lady Capulet a story about Juliet as a child. Despite her attempts to stop her, the Nurse continues with her tale.
Later, Lady Capulet calls the Nurse to help her search for her daughter. The Nurse initially refuses to remain and goes off to speak with Juliet alone. However, the Lady changes her mind and asks the nursing woman to remain. The Nurse then begins to tell Lady Capulet the story about Juliet as a child. While Lady Capulet try to stop the nurse, Juliet commands her to stop.
When Lady Capulet calls the Nurse, she dismisses her, intending to speak with Juliet alone. Later, though, the Lady changes her mind and asks the nurse to remain with the family. In this scene, the Nurse tells Lady Capulet the story of Juliet as a child. The Lady tries to stop the Nurse from telling the story, but Juliet orders her to stop.
When Lady Capulet calls the Nurse, she dismisses her, and asks the nurse to meet with Juliet alone. Initially, Lady Capulet tries to block the story, but the Nurse tells her the story anyway. Afterwards, the story continues, and Juliet commands the nurse to stop telling the story. The two women are unable to speak to each other.
Lady Capulet has called the Nurse to look for her daughter. After hearing the story, she asks the Nurse to stop telling the story and leave the room. The Nurse declines. She is then adamant that she be allowed to leave, but Juliet orders her to tell the story. She then tells Lady Capulet the story. The two of them try to convince the nurse, but Lady Capulet and Juliet are at odds.
In the scene where the Nurse meets Lady Capulet, the two women meet and ask the Nurse to help them find their daughter. Initially, Lady Capulet wants to talk to Juliet alone, but she decides to keep the Nurse and asks the nurse to stay. In this scene, the nurse begins telling Lady Capelet’s story by relating the events of the previous night.
The scene between Lady Capulet and the Nurse is a powerful one. The Nurse has no choice but to listen to the stories of others. It is in the case of Lady Capulet that the Nurse has to tell the story to help her daughter. The story, in the play, is very important. The nurse has to be able to tell the story to the audience. As a result, the audience will understand why it is important for a Shakespearean to read the play.
Lady Capulet calls the Nurse and asks her for help. The Nurse, who is also a nurse, helps her. When she finds her daughter, she tells Juliet’s mother the story herself. Eventually, the two ladies agree to speak to Lady Capulet alone. But Lady tries to prevent the Nurse from telling the story, but Juliet commands the Nurse to stop.