In the Shakespearean play Romeo and Juliet, there exists the conflict of whom the better mother to Juliet may be. One may be believe that Nurse, Juliet's faithful and loyal friend, best suit the mother quality. This is believed because the nurse was closest thing Juliet ever had to a mother, she lied all her trust and secrets in the nurse's hands, and the nurse cared enough for Juliet to help her to fulfill the happiness in her life, and stand up for her (rather than following the orders of the Capulet's).
Nurse was the closest thing to a mother Juliet ever had because she.
had grown up with nurse. Nurse taught her almost everything that she knows.
and even breast fed her. In fact an excellent example of just how well the nurse knew Juliet was when Lady Capulet and nurse were talking just before.
the party and Lady Capulet didn't even know Juliet's age .
(Page 35 Act 1 Sc3 lines 10-15).
" This the matter.""Nurse, give leave awhile. We must talk in secret.""Nurse, come back again. I have remembered me, thou's hear our counsel. Thou knowest my daughter's of a pretty age."".
"Nurse I can tell her age unto [an] hour."".
"She's not fourteen."".
" I'll lay fourteen of my teeth (and yet, to my teen be it spoken, I have but four) she's not fourteen. How long is it now to Lammastide?-.
That right there not only shows that the nurse is a closer person to Juliet that she cares more for Juliet.
Juliet and the Nurse spent most of their time together. Nurse was not only a mother to Juliet, but a trusting friend one that she may be able to lay all of her secrets in Juliet's hand and be there for her no matter what may happen. Juliet trusted nurse so much that she sent her to talk to him about the wedding and nurse tells Juliet her perspective without making her upset and thinking of her own happiness.
(Act.2 c. 5 line 60).
Your love is like an honest gentleman, and a courteous, and a kind, and a handsome, and, I warrant, a virtuous " Where is your mother?-.