In Document D, Juliet tells her mother, “... He shall not make me there a joyful bride...”. This demonstrates how Juliet feels about marrying Paris, but she could have just avoided this by actually telling the truth about her being married with Romeo. With all the evidence provided, it shows that Juliet was also to blame due to her not thinking about better decisions about handling her little problems that can be dealt with
They are star crossed lovers, born to two rival families in Verona, the Capulets and the Montagues. Romeo is a Montague and comes from a loving family who cares for him and is close to him. Although Juliet comes from a loving family too, they are not close. As a result, Lady Capulet is uncomfortable talking to her own daughter. Luckily for both Juliet and her mother, they have the Nurse, Juliet’s servant.
The Capulets only wanted what would benefit them, not their daughter. For example, the Capulet’s first choice of marriage for Juliet was Paris due to him being a Capulet and therefore wouldn’t cause controversy. Juliet’s obvious response was no because she would rather be with Romeo. Instead of accepting their daughter’s wishes, Lord Capulet yells, “Hang thee, young baggage! Disobedient
The marriage couldn’t have happened without Friar Laurence. Also readers might think that Friar was selfish by just wanting to end the family conflict by marrying them. You may ask why? Because Friar wouldn’t be directly involved and he wouldn’t see the consequences that Romeo and Juliet would see. Also for his far fetched plan to get them back together.
Rosaline didn’t love him. If Rosaline did love him, then Romeo wouldn’t have even thought about the party. Juliet was almost forced to love Paris by her mother. If she have loved him, she wouldn’t have looked at Romeo like
Romeo is a Montague and comes from a very loving family who cares for him and is close to him. Juliet on the other hand, still comes from a loving family; however, her mother is uncomfortable talking to her and is not close to her Juliet’s Nurse is more of a motherly figure to her than her own mother. The Nurse, Juliet’s servant, acts as a motherly figure in Juliet’s life; she is caring, and supportive towards Juliet, even when she finds out about Juliet’s love for Romeo and his love for her. Romeo and Juliet meet at a masquerade ball held by Juliet’s father, that Romeo should
The audience and a few others are aware of it but many in the play are not. This rings true when Tybalt tries to fight Romeo. Tybalt calls him a villain and Romeo responds by saying “Tybalt, the reason I have to love thee Doth much excuse the appertaining rage.” (III.I.58-59)He is saying we are supposed to be friends, You don’t know why but this is the reason I will not fight you. Also If Juliet’s parents were aware of the marriage they most likely would not have made her marry Paris. Juliet having to marry Paris was what inspired the plan that led to Romeo and Juliet's untimely demise.
She is able to deceive the Nurse from suspecting that she fell in love with Romeo. Furthermore, Juliet struggles with another problem when her parents decide that she was to marry the Count Paris when she was already married to Romeo. When Juliet refuses to marry Paris, she states, “I will not even marry yet, and when I do I swear it shall be Romeo, whom you know I hate, rather than Paris.” (III.v.126). She is not obedient to her parents like she used to. She also starts to speak out on her behalf.
This created a new depth within the conflict that was already arising between the two of after Juliet didn’t mention that she was getting married. Lord Capulet believed that Juliet needed to be married so he was going to have her marry Paris. Paris was someone that had very strong feelings for Juliet, so Lord Capulet knew that he would take care of her. This helped to bring in the conflict because Juliet was already married, and it was unheard of for a woman to be married to two men. If Lord Capulet wouldn’t have tried to marry Juliet off to Paris the conflict between them would have been much smaller and may not have had such a large impact on Romeo and Juliet.
In "The Taming of the Shrew,” Shakespeare draws Kate 's character as an aggressive woman that nobody wants to marry her. On the other hand, Kate 's character is misunderstood by the male characters around her. She might be acting rudely as a result of feeling insulted by the idea that her father wants her to marry any man that would take her. The fact that she feels not respected and unequal to any man makes her act as cruel and tough as any man can be. By the end of the play she understood that there is no other way of gaining the respect and support she desires unless by conforming to her society 's ideas and act as an obedient
The reason i would say he is responsible for this is because he made Juliet marry a person she did not want to. Capulet was the one that was planning the wedding for them. When lady Capulet told juliet that she needed to marry pairs that 's when she was upset and said no then Capulet came and told her the same but it did not go to great. Capulet words were”How how how how, chopped-logic? What is this?