- 1 What is Juliet’s response to marrying Paris?
- 2 Does Paris really love Juliet?
- 3 How does Lord Capulet respond to Juliet’s refusal to marry Paris?
- 4 What does Lord Capulet say when Juliet refuses to marry Paris?
- 5 Why does Capulet decide to allow Paris to marry Juliet regardless of Juliet’s feelings and in such a short time?
- 6 When did Juliet marry Paris?
- 7 When did Juliet find out she was going to marry Paris?
- 8 When Juliet responds to her mother’s proposal about Paris does Juliet seem naively obedient or wise how can you tell?
- 9 How can you tell? Juliet seems to be obedient. She does not question anything, and just goes with the flow. What are three different views of love presented in scene 3?
- 10 What does Juliet say she would rather do than marry Paris?
- 11 How does Paris act toward Juliet?
- 12 Is Paris Juliet’s cousin?
- 13 What is Juliet’s response to marrying Paris how has she changed since Act 1?
- 14 What does Juliet’s interaction with her mother reveal about her attitude towards marriage?
In his cell, Friar Lawrence speaks with Paris about the latter’s impending marriage to Juliet. Paris says that Juliet’s grief about Tybalt’s death has made her unbalanced, and that Capulet, in his wisdom, has determined they should marry soon so that Juliet can stop crying and put an end to her period of mourning.
Amazingly, what does Juliet agree to do about Paris?
Similarly, what is Capulet hosting that night? … What does Juliet agree to do in regards to Paris? She agrees to see if she can love him. Which characteristic becomes most evident of the Nurse in her first scene?
Beside above, why does Capulet think Juliet will agree to marry Paris? In retrospect, Lord Capulet seems to think that marrying her when she was so young was a bad idea.) … Lord Capulet, worried by his daughter’s frantic grief over her cousin’s death, decides that marriage might help her recover. He decides that Juliet and Paris should be married later that week.
You asked, did Juliet promise Paris to marry? Capulet, saying that Juliet will do as she is told, promises Paris that she will marry him in three days.Lady Capulet asks Juliet what she thinks about marrying Paris. Juliet says that she does not yet think of marriage but agrees to take a look at Paris to see if she might love him.
What is Juliet’s response to marrying Paris?
Lady Capulet tells Juliet about Capulet’s plan for her to marry Paris on Thursday, explaining that he wishes to make her happy. Juliet is appalled. She rejects the match, saying “I will not marry yet; and when I do, I swear / It shall be Romeo—whom you know I hate— / Rather than Paris” (3.5. 121–123).
Does Paris really love Juliet?
Even though Paris’s’ love for Juliet was seen as a mere affection for her beauty and Paris had planed to marry Juliet through an arranged marriage, but as the play gets to and end it is show that Paris truly did love Juliet. Paris is a noble and a friend of lord Capulet.
How does Lord Capulet respond to Juliet’s refusal 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. What does the nurse tell Juliet she should do? Tells her to marry Paris because he’s better than Romeo and her marriage with Romeo is now over.
What does Lord Capulet say when Juliet refuses to marry Paris?
Lord Capulet tells Juliet that she will not be allowed to live in their home if she does not marry Paris. Juliet plans see the Friar. If he is unable to help her, she says that she will kill herself. Lady Montague acts as Juliet.
Why does Capulet decide to allow Paris to marry Juliet regardless of Juliet’s feelings and in such a short time?
According to Paris, what is the reason Capulet wants Juliet to marry so quickly? To stop her from being so sad by forcing her to spend time with others. Also he doesn’t want peoople to think Juliet is weird because she spent an unusual amount of time mourning for the death of Tybalt.
When did Juliet marry Paris?
Juliet is told that she must marry Paris on Thursday morning – or else. Lines 1-35: Romeo and Juliet playfully argue whether it is actually morning or still night. Line 13: Lady Capulet says, “Marry, my child, early next Thursday morn.”
When did Juliet find out she was going to marry Paris?
Romeo & Juliet Act 4 Scene 2 Juliet tells her father that she will agree to follow his wishes and marry Paris. Juliet is, however, carrying out Friar Laurence’s plan to deceive her family, avoid marrying Paris, and reunite with Romeo.
When Juliet responds to her mother’s proposal about Paris does Juliet seem naively obedient or wise how can you tell?
How can you tell? Juliet seems to be obedient. She does not question anything, and just goes with the flow. What are three different views of love presented in scene 3?
What does Juliet say she would rather do than marry Paris?
Juliet. Oh, rather than ask me to marry Paris, you could tell me to leap from the castle walls, walk among highway robbers, dwell with snakes, chain myself to a post and let bears attack me.
How does Paris act toward Juliet?
The marriage is hasty in order to “stop Juliet’s tears” over Tybalt’s death. How does Paris act toward Juliet? What does he say? He treats her with caution, pitying her for her supposed crying over Tybalt.
Is Paris Juliet’s cousin?
This is a list of characters in William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet. Count Paris is a nobleman of Verona and the cousin of PRINCE ESCALUS and MERCUTIO. He is in love with JULIET and is CAPULET’s choice for her to marry. … Romeo falls in love with Juliet Capulet, and secretly marries her.
What is Juliet’s response to marrying Paris how has she changed since Act 1?
What is Juliet’s response when she is told the news that she is to marry Paris (lines 129-130)? How has she changed since Act 1? She does not want to marry Paris at all. She says she would rather marry Romeo.
What does Juliet’s interaction with her mother reveal about her attitude towards marriage?
Her mother thinks marriage is very important, she describes Juliet’s suitor as “valiant,” “fair” and “precious,” and she uses “love” several times.