Wherefore art thou Romeo? Deny thy father and refuse thy name; Or, if thou wilt not, be but sworn my love, And I'll no longer be a Capulet’’. In this quote Juliet is trying to say to Romeo that forget about who you are, who you’re father is, and where do you belong. Or else, if he doesn’t change his name so she swear that she will stop being a Capulet. Juliet doesn’t care if she needs to leave her own family for Rome’s love.
Capulet in other words was demanding”Hang thee,young baggage!disobedient wretch! I tell thee what: get thee to church o’ thursday, or never after look me in the face: speak not, reply not, do not answer me: my finger itch meaning Capulet was telling juliet that if she doesn’t marry Paris than she should pretty much forget that she has a
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
Lord Capulet should have been suspicious of how Romeo discovered the party. He wanted to avoid making a scene at his party, but he just had to go up and ask him to leave, fighting was not the only way to get rid of Romeo. Juliet 's father 's second biggest mistake was pressuring Juliet into marrying Paris. At first he wanted Paris to woo her, but after Tybalt was killed he wanted to rush her into marrying Paris to cheer her up. Even though she made it clear she wasn 't going to be happy getting
Friar. Holy Saint Francis! What change is here! (Shakespeare 410) The Friar only agrees to perform the ceremony due to the belief that this marriage will mend the rift between the two houses.
Romeo and Juliet had love at first sight but there are some threats to their relationship that may interrupt their love for each other. The three threats that go against their love for each other are that their families, the Montagues and the Capulets, are bitter enemies. This leads into the second threat to their relationship which is that Romeo was never invited to Capulet’s party but he came anyway, and when Tybalt saw Romeo, he told his servant to fetch his sword and when Capulet heard him say that, he convinced Tybalt that there was no be none of that to take place and even thought he realized that Romeo wasn 't supposed to be there, he just wanted a night of peace. The third conflict between Romeo and Juliet’s love for each other is Paris.
and they were going to force her to marry Paris. They didn’t give her the freedom to grow old with the man she loves. Juliet became upset and had decided to take matters into her own hands and talk to Friar so she could be with Romeo. They had threatened to have her kicked out of the
The Quote displays that Hamlet is jealous of the relationship between his mother and Claudius. Hamlet wants his mother to love him not Claudius. The quotes also shows Hamlet’s anger towards his mother remarrying. Hamlet’s feelings towards his mother in this quote also represents the Oedipus Complex. Hamlet also portrays the Oedipus complex when he states “Oh, throw away the worser part of it, And live the purer with the other half.
This buildup in tension was shown when Capulet was browbeating Juliet into marrying Paris and says “an you be mine, I’ll give you to my friend./ An you be not, hang, beg, starve, die in the streets,/ For, by my soul, I’ll ne’er acknowledge thee”(3. 5. 203-205). In their dialogue, Capulet threatens to disown Juliet, his own daughter, if she chooses to not obey his will and marry Paris. Additionally, earlier in their argument, Capulet says, “My fingers itch.--Wife, we scarce thought us blessed/
Juliet’s reluctance to get married shows that she does not feel ready for commitment, especially committing herself into a relationship with a person she hardly knows. However, Juliet’s mindset changes when she meets Romeo, whom she immediately falls in love with. Her love for Romeo causes her to agree to marry him, which later prevents her from willingly marrying Paris. This causes her to reveal that she would rather die than marry another man whom she does not love at all; Juliet feels that she would be betraying Romeo if she does. Besides showing how Juliet’s age affects her decisions, Shakespeare also emphasizes how love can be confused with infatuation.
This is saying that not knowing what marrying Romeo and Juliet could cause, but he did it anyway. Little did he know that is would wound up with both of them dead. He thought that if they were married, nothing could go wrong. The friar thought there would be a happily ever after. If he never married them, then Juliet would learn that she has to do what she told, and not go behind her parents back.
Romeo came shortly after and Tybalt challenged him, “Romeo, the love i bear thee can afford no better term than this; thou art a villian .” Romeo refused to fight, seeing how he just married his cousin juliet and was now family. He tried to keep the peace but Tybalt came looking for a fight and wasn’t leaving without one. Once Mercutio realized Romeo wasn’t going to fight he jumped in. Tybalt had killed Mercutio while Romeo was trying to break it up.
However, if Romeo had not been impulsive and did not married Juliet, she would not have had to choose between Paris and Romeo. Parents not a problem cause no need for forcing cause she no like romeo. Therefore, Juliet wouldn’t be driven to drink the poison that causes both Romeo and Juliet to die. Friar Lawrence warned Romeo of his impulsiveness when Romeo told the Friar of how his: “...heart’s dear love is set On the fair daughter of rich Capulet. As mine on hers, so hers is set on mine, And all combined, save what thou must combine By holy marriage,” (3.2.61-65).
Finally Juliet will not do something for someone other than a few people she loves (e.g Romeo and the nurse). Juliet was asking for comfort on an argument that took place earlier by reason of her not wanting to marry Prince. She was very distraught and emotional in this scene, and is asking for advice from the nurse. Prior to this argument the nurse supported Juliet’s decision on secretly marrying Romeo and not Prince, but once she saw how her parents reacted on Juliet not marrying Prince she took upon her parents side. Juliet didn’t listen to the nurse’s advice after this point since it wasn 't supporting what Juliet wanted anymore.
Tragedies cannot be written without a glimpse of the happy ending that might have been. In Shakespeare’s play Romeo and Juliet, the ironic fact remains that it did not have to be a story of woe. In a series of over complications and misguided decisions, the happy love story of Romeo and Juliet turns into several tragic deaths as a result of secrets well kept. One of the most influential people in creating this ending is Lord Capulet, through no fault of his own. For the duration of the play, Lord Capulet only does what he thinks will make Juliet happy.