Now, Lady Capulet (Capulet's wife), Juliet's nurse who raised her, and Juliet discuss her marriage. The Nurse encourages her to marry, saying, "An I might live to see thee married once, I have my wish," (I, III, 63-64). Her mother asks her if she can marry him, saying, "Can you love the gentleman? ... Read o'er the volume of young Paris' face," (I, III, 81,83). Juliet, however, doesn't want to marry, and states, "It is an honor that I not dream of," (I, III, 68).