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Romeo & Juliet Character Map

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Katarina Waller

on 3 February 2016

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Transcript of Romeo & Juliet Character Map

Juliet
Lord
Capulet
Lady
Capulet
Tybalt
Juliet's
Nurse
Sampson
Gregory
Romeo
Lord
Montague
Lady
Montague
Benvolio
Abram
Balthasar
Friar Laurence
Prince
Escalus
Paris
Mercutio
beautiful daughter of Capulet and Lady Capulet; 13 (almost 14) years old; is in love with Romeo
Juliet's father and head of the Capulet family; has the final say over everything; used to getting his way; feuding with Montague
Juliet's mother; is much younger than her husband; does not have a warm relationship with Juliet
Romeo and Juliet
Capulet servant and confidant to Juliet; plays an important part in aiding Romeo and Juliet's relationship
Lady Capulet's nephew and Juliet's cousin; violent and hot-tempered; has a strong sense of honor
servant of the Capulets; like his master, he hates the Montague family
servant of the Capulets; like his master, he hates the Montague family
son of Montague and Lady Montague; 16 years old; loved and respected in Verona; impulsive and immature, but passionate
Romeo's father and head of the Montague family; very stubborn and slow to forgive; wants the best for his son; feuding with Capulet
wife of Montague and mother of Romeo; peace-loving and not in favor of the violence the feud causes; very sensitive
Montague's nephew; friend of Romeo and Mercutio; thoughtful, peaceable, and good-natured
Montague's servant; fights with some of the Capulet servants in the beginning of the play
Romeo's dedicated servant; has a brotherly relationship with Romeo; plays an influential part near the end of the play
Apothecary
poverty-stricken chemist; is not above making illegal sales to make a profit
Franciscan friar; friend to both Romeo and Juliet; kind and civic-minded; expert in the seemingly mystical herbs and potions
prince and voice of authority in Verona; symbol of law and order; concerned about maintaining the public peace at all costs
cousin of the Prince; Juliet's suitor; handsome, somewhat self-absorbed, very wealthy
cousin of the Prince; close friend of Romeo and Benvolio; reckless and a jester; tends to make long, drawn-out speeches; instigator of many fights
Verona
city in Northern Italy where three of Shakespeare's plays are set
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