- 1 How does this exchange between Paris and Lady Capulet demonstrate dramatic irony?
- 2 Who discovered Juliet dead body?
- 3 When they meet at Friar Laurence’s Paris believes Juliet is sad because of?
- 4 How does Paris explain the haste?
- 5 Why is Juliet’s death ironic?
- 6 What does Paris say killed Juliet What does he want to do when he sees Romeo?
- 7 What are all the things Juliet would rather do than marry Paris lines 76 88 )?
- 8 What reason does Paris give for Lord Capulet’s decision to move up the wedding quizlet?
- 9 What reason does Paris give for the haste of the marriage?
- 10 Why does Capulet think hasty marriage to Paris help Juliet?
- 11 Did Paris love Juliet give evidence?
- 12 How does Juliet feel about Paris?
Paris: My father Capulet will have it so; And I am nothing slow to slack his haste. Why does Paris’s request create dramatic irony in this scene? because Friar Laurence has already married Juliet to Romeo. Capulet: O brother Montague!
In this regard, why does Friar Lawrence seem so uneasy about Paris request Why is this dramatic irony? Why does Friar Lawrence seem so uneasy about Paris‘s request? … married to Romeo; this is dramatic irony because the audience knows Friar Lawrence knows, but he is pretending he doesn’t know about Juliet not wanting to marry Paris.
Similarly, what is the dramatic irony in lines 33 37? What is the dramatic irony in Lines 33-37? Juliet asks the nurse to help her pick out her outfit for tomorrow when she actually wants to tell her that she wants to sleep alone so that she could “die.” Why does Juliet dismiss both the nurse and the mother from her chamber? Because she needs to drink the potion.
You asked, why does Paris say that Capulet wants the wedding between Juliet and Paris to be rushed? According to Paris, why does Lord Capulet rush the wedding day? So that Juliet can get over Tybalt’s death faster.
Amazingly, why does Paris think Juliet is so unbalanced? 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. … She remarks that she has not married him yet.
How does this exchange between Paris and Lady Capulet demonstrate dramatic irony?
His insults calling her a package makes her seem like his property so we hate him even more as the oppressive male authority-figure. It is also dramatic irony because he is forcing her into the situation where she end up dead.
Who discovered Juliet dead body?
Summary and Analysis Act IV: Scene 5. The scene opens early on Wednesday morning. The Nurse enters Juliet’s room and discovers her seemingly lifeless body on the bed. The Nurse tries to wake her, but believing her to be dead, cries out to the family in desperation.
When they meet at Friar Laurence’s Paris believes Juliet is sad because of?
Juliet is upset because she must marry Paris. Friar Laurence says Juliet must “On Thursday next be married to this County” (line 49).
How does Paris explain the haste?
How does Paris explain the sudden haste of the Marriage plans? Paris explains the sudden haste of the marriage plans by Lord Capulet insisted upon it, trying to cheer up Juliet. … Friar Laurence thinks that juliet will accept his plans because it is a solution to not marry Paris and to marry Romeo.
Why is Juliet’s death ironic?
The first instance of irony resides in the fact that although Romeo anticipates joyful news, moments later Balthasar ushers in and delivers the news of Juliet’s death. This terrible news leads Romeo to commit suicide. Romeo does not know the ultimate reason why Juliet has committed suicide.
What does Paris say killed Juliet What does he want to do when he sees Romeo?
Paris blames Romeo for Juliet’s death because she “died out of grief.” … We know this because after he kills him, Romeo looks at Paris in grief. All he wanted to do was to die with Juliet.
What are all the things Juliet would rather do than marry Paris lines 76 88 )?
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.
What reason does Paris give for Lord Capulet’s decision to move up the wedding quizlet?
The friar’s motive for wanting to slow down the marriage preparations is because he doesn’t think Juliet shouldn’t be married to another man. Paris says Lord Capulet’s motive for hurrying the wedding along is to make Juliet happy and to distract others from the sadness of Tybalt’s death.
What reason does Paris give for the haste of the marriage?
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.
Why does Capulet think hasty marriage to Paris help Juliet?
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.
Did Paris love Juliet give evidence?
Did Paris love Juliet? (Give evidence to support your answer.) Paris did not know Juliet that well, but was excited to marry her. (Romeo comments that Juliet looks just as beautiful in death as she did in life, with roses in her cheeks and lips. He doesn’t realize that the “death” is just a potion that’s wearing off.
How does Juliet feel about 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).