- 1 Why does Lord Capulet want to have the wedding on Thursday?
- 2 Which day of the week does Lord Capulet say will be the wedding day for Juliet and Paris?
- 3 Who finds Juliet dead?
- 4 Why do Juliet’s parents want her to get married so quickly?
- 5 Why is Lord Capulet hesitant on marrying Juliet to Paris?
- 6 How old is Juliet?
- 7 How old was Romeo?
- 8 What Killed Romeo and Juliet?
- 9 Is Lord Capulet sad when Juliet dies?
- 10 What is her father’s reaction when Juliet says she will not marry Paris?
- 11 What animal is Romeo?
- 12 What does Juliet confess to Friar Lawrence she will do if she is forced to marry Paris?
Why does Lord Capulet want to have the wedding on Thursday?
In act 3, scene 5 of Romeo and Juliet, Lord Capulet wants Juliet to get married quickly because he believes her excessive grief, which he attributes to her mourning Tybalt, threatens her health. His mood is volatile, and he blows up in rage when Juliet tries to refuse Paris.
Which day of the week does Lord Capulet say will be the wedding day for Juliet and Paris?
Lord Capulet decides that Juliet shall marry Paris on Thursday.
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 do Juliet’s parents want her to get married so quickly?
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
Why is Lord Capulet hesitant on marrying Juliet to Paris?
Lord Capulet is initially reluctant to accept Paris’s proposal that he marry Juliet because he feels his daughter is too young to marry. Capulet suggests the proposal of marriage be delayed for two years so Juliet has more time before she becomes a bride.
How old is Juliet?
Juliet Capulet (Italian: Giulietta Capuleti) is the female protagonist in William Shakespeare’s romantic tragedy Romeo and Juliet. A 13-year-old girl, Juliet is the only daughter of the patriarch of the House of Capulet.
How old was Romeo?
Romeo’s age is never given, but since he carries a sword, it can be assumed that he is not younger than Juliet’s thirteen years. It is much more likely that, given his immature responses to problematic events in the play, that he is probably about sixteen or seventeen years old.
What Killed Romeo and Juliet?
At the end of the play, Romeo and Juliet both commit suicide. Although they killed themselves, there were other factors that led them to their demise. The three major causes of Romeo and Juliet’s deaths were bad choices, adult interference, and bad luck.
Is Lord Capulet sad when Juliet dies?
The nurse and Lady Capulet tell him that she is dead and he, too, becomes very upset. He says her death is unfair for someone so young and beautiful, like a strange, unseasonable frost killing the most beautiful flower in a field.
What is her father’s reaction when Juliet says she will not marry Paris?
While at first Lord Capulet says he will not approve Juliet’s marriage to Paris without her consenting to it, when she refuses to marry Paris, Capulet becomes furious with her. He resorts to name-calling, cursing, and a threat of disowning Juliet as he yells in rage against her disobedience.
What animal is Romeo?
Romeo the Puppy He lived by violence and weapons and died by them too. Text Support: Violent: A3 S1 (Killing Mercutio) Mean: A1 S5 L100-104.
What does Juliet confess to Friar Lawrence she will do if she is forced to 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. Juliet will be laid to rest in the Capulet tomb, and the friar will send word to Romeo in Mantua to help him retrieve her when she wakes up.