Capulet In Shakespeare's Romeo And Juliet

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In Shakespeare 's Romeo and Juliet, Capulet is a questionable father to Juliet. A good father cares for his children and is always there for them. Capulet didn’t always support Juliet’s decisions but he did care and always wanted the best for her. Capulet’s actions demonstrate that he has Juliet’s best interests at heart and that he is a good father.
Capulet chose Paris to marry Juliet. Paris is a young nobleman and a relative to the Prince. It was common at the time for a father to arrange a marriage for his daughter. Capulet knew that Paris, being rich and handsome, would make a good husband for Juliet. Capulet trusts Paris with his daughter and knew that he would be good to her. “Sir, Paris, I will make a desperate tender / Of my child’s
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