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In Romeo and Juliet, how are the Nurse and Friar Laurence different?
The Nurse urges Juliet to disobey her parents, while Friar Laurence urges Romeo to seek his parents' advice.
The Nurse hopes that Romeo and Juliet's marriage fails, while Friar Laurence hopes that it succeeds.
The Nurse is Juliet's trustworthy confidante, while Friar Laurence betrays Romeo's trust.
The Nurse is silly and flighty, while Friar Laurence is serious and sober.
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"To me, what is really different about these two is that she is really quite crude and he, as a priest, is much more proper. The nurse makes all sorts of sexual jokes and references when she is talking to Juliet and her mom. She teases Juliet about what she and Romeo are going to do after they're married, stuff like that. The Friar, of course, does not do anything like that.
I'd say the Friar ends up being more of a rebel too. He tries to get around what the families want by marrying Romeo and Juliet. By contrast, the nurse wants Juliet to go ahead and marry Paris and just do what her parents say (after Romeo is banished)."