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I was talking with Lady Capulet and I remembered my dear Susan. She was my daughter and I wonder if she were here today how she would look. But, with Susan I would not have Juliet.The times spent with Juliet has grown me closer to my dear. I love her as if she was one of my own. Oh, I can remember a hilarious time with Juliet. She was young and still learning. Juliet fell right on her face! I was laughing uncontrollably it was a joyful time.
Nurse: What, lamb! What, ladybird!
Page 41 Line 3 Act 1 Scene 3
The line is said at the beginning of act 1 scene 3. It occurs when The Nurse is calling for Juliet to come. The speaker is The Nurse. The Literary significance is to demonstrate a particular literary technique. The technique is a metaphor. When the Nurse says "What, lamb! What, ladybird" she is comparing Juliet to those two things. It is a complement and shows the how The Nurse views Juliet as. The Nurse views her positively and thinks that Juliet is beautiful like a lamb or ladybird.
Work Cited:"1968's Romeo and Juliet." Students.ed.uiuc.edu. 21 Nov. 2008