her wedding ring.
Juliet, of course.
Only Juliet's ring, the token of her love
Nothing, but Friar Lawrence sends him a note, once Romeo is in Mantua, to come and get Juliet from the Capulet tomb in 42 hours. This is so that they can both escape Verona an…d live happily ever after :)
Romeo sends beautiful flowers and love tokens to show his love for Juliet and let her know that he is okay.
\nSymbolize is a loaded word... It means "representd." "$" represents money, or "MPH" represents "Miles Per Hour," but those are specific and direct things. If I showed you th…e color red and asked you, "What does this remind you of?" Guaranteed, you would give me a laundry list of answers. That is why your question is loaded. \n. \nHow to find Symbols and their Meanings?\n. \nStep 1. What does the writer or author keep coming back to? Major Topics or Issues? Race, Identity, Love, Family, Freedom, Success, etc.\n. \nStep 2. What was the CONFLICT (problem) in the situation/plot/story?\n. \nStep 3. What did the character do to cause that problem, but hopefully resolve it?\n. \nStep 4. Is there a relationship between the character, the conflict and the Major Topics?\n. \nFIND PATTERNS!!!\n. \nNOW FOR THE LAZY ANSWER....\n. \nRomeo can represent one of 4 things...\n. \n1. Indecision- Remember who made all of the decisions throughout the conflict...\n. \n2. Lust- How many girls did Romeo have a crush on? Juliet and ROSALINE! Did he really love and care for Rosaline? (Listen to what his friends Mercutio and Benvolio have to say about her!)\n. \n3. Cowardice- Remember how Romeo fights? He never starts them, but everyone seems to die around him, even his mother. How does he react when these people die? Tears, profuse apologies, and tread marks from his shoes...\n. \n4. Foolish Love- Would you really marry someone you just met? He and Juliet met, married, mated, and then became martyrs in less than a week! \n. \nSo, there you have it.
Juliet sends the nurse. Romeo sends flowers and a token of love.
She sends him a ring.
So that Romeo can talk to the Nurse and tell where and when Romeo and Juliet will be married.
Juliet sends the Nurse.
Tybalt sent Romeo a letter challenging him to a duel.
Romeo, of course, but also Paris, the Nurse, Friar Lawrence and, in their own way, her parents.
She doesn't have to send things to him because he is smuggled into her bedroom before he has to leave town but after he is banished. She doesn't send anything to him when he i…s Mantua. It might have helped if she had. She does send a ring with the nurse when she sends her to deliver the message to Romeo to come to her bed.
Word. "If thy bent of love be honourable, thy purpose marriage, send word tomorrow."
She sends him a ring. It's the only gift that passes between them.