- 1 What does moving up the wedding date do to the friar’s plan?
- 2 How does Capulet change the wedding plans how will this affect the timing of the Friar’s plans?
- 3 What are the possible effects of the Capulets change of arrangements on the Friar’s plans?
- 4 What is Friar Lawrence’s plan for avoiding the marriage?
- 5 What plan does Friar Laurence recommend after he sees Juliet’s willingness to kill herself?
- 6 Who finds Juliet dead?
- 7 Why has Capulet suddenly changed the wedding to tomorrow?
- 8 What problem does changing the wedding present to the original plan Romeo and Juliet?
- 9 Who is more mature Romeo or Juliet?
- 10 Does Juliet tell Paris she will marry him?
- 11 What does Juliet believe is the only solution to her problem?
- 12 Why is Friar Laurence plan dangerous?
- 13 What will Juliet do if Friar Lawrence Cannot delay her marriage to Paris?
- 14 Is Friar Lawrence’s plan a good plan?
What does moving up the wedding date do to the friar’s plan?
Since the wedding is moved up and the sleeping potion will lasts for 42 hours, Friar Laurence realizes that he needs to inform Romeo immediately about the change of plans. She has faith that Romeo will be there when she wakes up and does not take into consideration the fact that things might go awry.
How does Capulet change the wedding plans how will this affect the timing of the Friar’s plans?
Friar laurence’s plan to Juliet is that Juliet is going to drink the poison and fake her death for 42 hours, until Romeo comes and gets her. Capulet changes the wedding plans because He moves Juliet and Paris wedding to Wednesday; every thing has to be rushed.
What are the possible effects of the Capulets change of arrangements on the Friar’s plans?
What effect might Capulet’s change of plans have on the Friar’s arrangements? Capulet’s change of plan might affect Friar Laurence because Romeo will either not get the letter sent from Friar Laurence or he will get the letter and not make it to Juliet in time.
What is Friar Lawrence’s plan for avoiding the marriage?
After Paris leaves, Juliet asks Friar Lawrence for help, brandishing a knife and saying that she will kill herself rather than marry Paris. The friar proposes a plan: Juliet must consent to marry Paris; then, on the night before the wedding, she must drink a sleeping potion that will make her appear to be dead.
What plan does Friar Laurence recommend after he sees Juliet’s willingness to kill herself?
Friar Laurence says that he has a plan for Juliet, and if she is ready to kill herself, then she must be willing to try his plan. His plan is for Juliet to take a sleeping potion. She will sleep for 42 hours; her family will think she is dead and lay her in the Capulet tomb.
Who finds Juliet dead?
The Nurse finds Juliet, apparently dead. Hearing the commotion the Nurse makes, Capulet and Lady Capulet enter, horrified to find their daughter in such a state.
Why has Capulet suddenly changed the wedding to tomorrow?
Lord Capulet believes that Juliet would benefit from having a partner during the difficult time, who would prevent her from shedding tears over Tybalt. She is still grieving over Tybalt’s death, and Lord Capulet feels that Paris will help her get over the loss, which is why he is moving the wedding date up.
What problem does changing the wedding present to the original plan Romeo and Juliet?
Although Lord Capulet moves the wedding a day forward, it would not have any effect on Friar Laurence’s original plan. The plan was that Juliet would take the potion, which would induce a death-like sleep that same night (Tuesday) and she would awaken forty-two hours later.
Who is more mature Romeo or Juliet?
As seen in the play “Romeo and Juliet”, by William Shakespeare, maturity plays a big role in love and how characters can act upon their feelings and emotions. Juliet is less mature than Romeo when it comes to her being so young and naive that she does not know how to control her feelings.
Does Juliet tell Paris she will marry him?
Terms in this set (10) Juliet tells Paris that she will marry him. Juliet tells Friar Laurence that she would rather kill herself than marry Paris. Friar Laurence proposes that Juliet uses a sleeping potion and pretends to be dead on her wedding day.
What does Juliet believe is the only solution to her problem?
At first, Juliet believes that the only way to get out of her situation was by taking her own life. In fact, when she goes to meet Friar Laurence, she carries a knife with her ready to take her life in case he could not offer her any help either.
Why is Friar Laurence plan dangerous?
He is not a wise counselor. His impulsive acts and plans get them all into trouble and cost two young people their lives. His plans fail because he does not take the time to be more reasoned when he can and because he has completely unrealistic expectations of what he can accomplish.
What will Juliet do if Friar Lawrence Cannot delay her marriage to Paris?
A despairing Juliet begs Friar Lawrence’s help in averting a marriage to Paris. If he can’t help her, she has resolved to commit suicide. Friar Lawrence has a solution: she should go along with her father’s plan, but when it’s time to marry Paris, Juliet will take a potion that mimics death.
Is Friar Lawrence’s plan a good plan?
Friar Laurence’s plan is both ingenious and creative. The Friar’s plan will certainly deceive Juliet’s family and give her the opportunity to reunite with Romeo in Mantua without anyone ever knowing. It is a convincing ruse that will allow the lovers to live in peace outside of Verona.