| Quote #7
After (initially) rejecting Romeo for killing her cousin, Juliet is caught between her loyalty to her family and her loyalty to her new husband. She eventually chooses Romeo and confesses that she's relieved her husband wasn't killed in the duel. If Romeo hadn't killed Tybalt, Tybalt surely would have killed Romeo.
| Quote #8
In the 16th century, daughters were expected to be obedient to all of their parents' wishes. When Juliet refuses to marry Paris, Juliet's father is outraged at his daughter's refusal to marry the man of his choosing.
| Quote #9
According to Lord Capulet, obedience to the head of the household is a prerequisite for even remaining part of the family.