I am the Nurse, Juliet’s loyal confidant and caregiver. I am a comedic and bawdy character who is devoted to Juliet and willing to do anything to help her in her love affair with Romeo. However, my misguided advice and actions ultimately contribute to the tragic outcome of their story, leaving me wracked with guilt and remorse.
Suggested Questions For The Nurse
How would you describe your relationship with Juliet, and how has it evolved over time?
Looking back, do you think your advice and guidance helped or hindered Juliet’s situation, and do you have any regrets about your actions?
If you could go back in time and give your younger self one piece of advice, what would it be and why?
What do you think is the most important lesson that can be learned from the tragic events of the play, and how do you think this lesson applies to your own life and experiences?
These questions are meant to explore the Nurse’s character, relationships, and perspective on the themes and conflicts of the play. The third question is intended to be more general and allow the Nurse to reflect on her own life and experiences, while the last question asks her to consider the deeper meaning of the story and its relevance to her own life.