In Romeo and Juliet, if you could choose one character, whose story would it be? In Romeo and Juliet, if you could choose one character, whose story would it be? Who would you choose and why?

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I have to agree that, as a woman, I identify with the character of Juliet. Her forwardness with her feelings is typical of a woman's. Given that she, Juliet, tells the audience how she feels about everything, I would say that I most relate to her as a character.

I would say that it is Juliet's story.  Shakespeare points this out in the final lines of the play when he says "for...

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