Romeo and Juliet: Lord Montague

“Thou villain Capulet, – Hold me not, let me go” Act 1 Scene 1: He curses the other family, and expresses his rage as his wife had to hold him back.
“Many a morning hath he there been seen, with tears augmenting the fresh morning dew” Act 1 Scene 1: Montague is a fatherly figure who pays attention to his son. This shows how he notices how Romeo is depressed each morning.
“But I can give thee more: for I will raise her statue in pure gold” Act 5 Scene 3: Montague will build Juliet for her love towards Romeo, so everyone can remember the tragedy of Romeo and Juliet.

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