How does Juliet's relationship with 'the nurse' show Juliet's increasing isolation throughout Romeo and Juliet?
From the beginning of the play up until Act III scene v, the Nurse is Juliet's only friend. She is actually her care giver--since Juliet's birth she has served in the capacity of what we now call a nanny. She is more of a mother than Lady Capulet has ever been. The Nurse helps her in every aspect to get together with Romeo--including both their secret marriage and their "wedding night" together.
Because Juliet has no one else to turn to other than the Nurse, she finds herself completely...
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