Romeo and Juliet
“I would the fool were married to her grave”-Lady C act 3 scene 5
I believe this quote means Lady C is calling Juliet a fool and that she would prefer her to die than not marry Paris as of Capulets decision. The term married in this sense is interesting as Juliet has already been married to her love Romeo and is faced with a uncontrollable marriage with Paris. This quote relates on the play as a whole because as an audience we get the hint that in some way this marriage may cause the death to one of the characters.