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A. Mercutio B. Nurse C. Tybalt D. Juliet E. The Chorus 1. person who was usually most obedient, but who was willing to disobey both family rules and city laws in order to follow the heart's desire 2. person in play who talked a lot, was very warm and sincere, but who ultimately became an object of Juliet's distrust because of advice that was given 3. functions as a narrator offering commentary on the play’s plot and themes 4. person in play who curses the Capulets and Montagues for their senseless fighting and who dies because of their

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  1. Itz_U_Girl
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    Mercutio was Romeo's loyal friend--he is the one who fought Tybalt, instead of Romeo fighting Tybalt. He is the person in play who curses the Capulets and Montagues for their senseless fighting, and then dies because of their senseless fighting. Tybalt-- was a hot tempered person who is killed by Romeo. He loved nothing but fighting, especially with the Montagues. Nurse--person in play who talked a lot, was very warm and sincere, but who ultimately became an object of Juliet's distrust because of advice that was given for her to marry Paris. Juliet--person who was usually most obedient, but who was willing to disobey both family rules and city laws in order to follow the heart's desire. The Chorus--functions as a narrator offering commentary on the play’s plot and themes. Hope that helps! n_n

  2. chrishelpme
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    thank you so much i did not get to read all the story and what i did read i did not understand

  3. Itz_U_Girl
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    lol Your welcome! Here's a web site that will help you understand it a little more. The past language was a little complicated. Hope this helps you out more! n_n http://nfs.sparknotes.com/romeojuliet/page_132.html

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    thanks :)

  5. Itz_U_Girl
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    No prob n_n

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