Does Capulet want to marry Juliet?
In retrospect, Lord Capulet seems to think that marrying her when she was so young was a bad idea.) He also says he will not agree to let anyone marry Juliet unless his daughter consents to the match. He suggests that Paris start to get to know Juliet at the party the Capulets are holding that night.
Why does Capulet not want Juliet to marry?
Lord Capulet thinks that Juliet is grieving too hard for the death of her cousin, and has decided that a hasty marriage to Paris is the cure for it.
Why does Capulet want Juliet married?
Lady Capulet wants Juliet to marry Paris because it is the best way for Juliet to secure a stronger social position, while increasing the family’s… See full answer below.
Who does Capulet decide Juliet will marry?
Lady Capulet tells Juliet about Capulet’s plan for her to marry Paris on Thursday, explaining that he wishes to make her happy.
How long did Lord Capulet want to wait before she was married?
Capulet is overjoyed, but also states that Juliet—not yet fourteen—is too young to get married. He asks Paris to wait two years.
When Paris first asks Capulet for Juliet’s hand in marriage Capulet tells him that Juliet is?
6. What is Capulet’s reply when Paris asks for Juliet’s hand in marriage? Lord Capulet explains to Paris that Juliet is too young (13). He suggests he wait until she is 14 to marry her.
What does Capulet threaten to do if Juliet refuses to marry Paris?
What is Capulet’s reaction when he learns that Juliet refuses to marry Paris? He threatens to disown her from their family.
Why did Lord Capulet threaten to disown Juliet?
Capulet shows his stubbornness as he is shocked by his daughter’s refusal to marry Paris and therefore threatens to disown her for displeasing him.
How does Capulet treat Juliet?
Lord Capulet’s response to Juliet’s “disobedience” is so violently harsh that we begin to see him as a bit of a tyrant. We see the physical aggression most prominently in the big, confrontational scene with Juliet over whether or not she will marry Paris.
Why does Capulet change his opinion about Juliet’s marriage to Paris?
Lord Capulet thinks that Juliet is depressed because of Tybalt’s death. He assumes that she will be cheered by her engagement to Paris. Unfortunately, having made a commitment to Paris,a powerful and influential personage, he is appalled when Juliet resists and loses his temper.
What reason does Paris give for Capulet agreeing to the hasty marriage to Juliet?
What reason does Paris give the Friar for the hasty marriage? The marriage is hasty in order to “stop Juliet’s tears” over Tybalt’s death.
How does Capulet change the wedding plans what implication does this have?
How does Capulet change the Wedding Plans? What implication does this have? He moves the date sooner, making it harder for Juliet to go through with the plan. How does Juliet show her maturity and independence in this scene?
Why has Capulet agreed to the early marriage?
Why does Lord Capulet agree to let Paris marry Juliet? He wants to make Juliet happy. At the beginning of scene 5, Juliet insists, “It was the nightingale, and not the lark/That pierced the fearful hollow of thine ear.” Why do Romeo and Juliet argue over the identity of the bird?
What decision does Capulet make in Scene 4 Juliet and marriage?
What decision does Lord Capulet make in Scene 4? Lord Capulet decides to let Paris marry Juliet.
What does Lord Capulet decide for Juliet Why does he do this?
Capulet makes an argument for love, he wants Juliet to marry Paris. We all know that Juliet loves Romeo while Lord Capulet does not.