juliet is not seen at the beginning of the play? please help!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 10 points xx?

what does this suggest about her position

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    Perhaps it emphasizes the fact that Romeo doesn't know who she is yet. If the audience doesn't see her, then it even emphasizes more that Romeo doesn't know who she is whatsoever, and is caught up in his love for that other girl who doesn't like him (can't remember her name).

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