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    Analysis Of Lord Capulet

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    fate may be guilty in the tragic outcome of the play, Lord Capulet’s greedy outlook upon his daughter Juliet, is the relationship that is most responsible for the untimely demise of the two lovers. When overwhelmed by greed and selfishness, Lord Capulet’s decisions drive Juliet to make risky, irrational choices out of desperation to avoid marriage to Paris, which ultimately lead to her, and Romeo’s, tragic end. Although initially Lord Capulet considers and respects his daughter’s innocence and young

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    out. Lord Capulet is guilty of the crime. If it weren’t for his selfish, immature, and abusive attitude, Juliet would have never had to fake her death. CAPULET: But saying o'er what I have said before: My child is yet a stranger in the world; She hath not seen the change of fourteen years; Let two more summers wither in their pride, Ere we may think her ripe to be a bride. PARIS: Younger than she are happy mothers made. CAPULET: And too soon marr'd are those so early made. (1.2.2) What Capulet is saying

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    Romeo and Juliet, Lord Capulet is driven throughout the play to ensure that his daughter, Juliet, is content and pleased. However, he encounters a constant struggle between making Juliet satisfied with her life and staying on positive terms with the royal family. When Lord Capulet is first introduced in Act One, Scene Two, the audience can clearly discern the kind-hearted and considerate father he is; despite the drama between Juliet and Lord Capulet, it is undeniable that Lord Capulet loves Juliet unconditionally

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    but problems for Juliet’s father, Lord Capulet who could be considered a monster parent. In his quest to do what is best for his family, Lord Capulet causes most of the deaths and drama in the play. Mainly, Lord Capulet is to blame in this tragedy because he is fickle and fails to fully protect his family. The tragic part of the play all starts with Lord Capulet not being able to make up his mind about Juliet marrying Paris. For the entire first scene, Lord Capulet sticks with his gut and says Juliet

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    Examine Lord Capulets motivation, attitude and behaviour in three key scenes and suggest how an actor could perform the part so as to convey these motives and attitudes to an audience. The play “Romeo and Juliet” was written in 1589-95 by William Shakespeare. The play is a tragedy which means that it is a serious play and will not end happily for some will die. It was set in 16th century Verona in Italy, which was a patriarchal society. This meant that men had the power and all women were

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    Lord Capulet in William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet The play of Romeo and Juliet is set in a rich suburb in the city of Verona in Italy. Romeo and Juliet is a play about love and passion between two young people. It is also about the fate of the two "star-crossed lovers," who eventually take their own lives because of misunderstandings. You could say that Romeo and Juliet had just too much bad luck and the play leaves you thinking "if only…" If only the messenger had delivered the letter

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    In the play Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare Lord Capulet is a very prominent character. He is wealthy and a leader in his community. He is a very loving father to his daughter Juliet, he is a very contradictory person, and he trusts everyone to do as they are told and to act appropriately. Lord Capulet is a loving father who deeply cares for Juliet. When he arranges the marriage between her and Paris, he is just trying to do what he feels is best for her. He knows Paris, being handsome and

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    Dramatically Effective At the start of Act 1 Scene 5 the guests at the Capulets’ ball have just finishes dining and Sampson and Gregory, the two head servants, are complaining that a number of the servants, especially Potpan, are not helping to clear up: “Where’s Potpan that he helps not to take away?” Most of the servants are trying to clean up quickly because they want to have their own party later. The scene then moves on to Lord Capulet inviting all of the guests to come and dance, he is making jokes

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    Family values and hierarchy were important at that time. Lord Capulet, head of the household was a wealthy man and married a younger woman. Lady Capulet seems to think of marriage as a business, so she wants her daughter Juliet to get married as soon as possible. Lady Capulet is unsympathetic and unaffectionate to Juliet. Paris is a young, honourable man, but just assumes Juliet will love him. Traditionally in them days Paris went to Lord Capulet to ask him about his “suit”.

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    Juliet is Lord Capulet.  Knowing that her father would disagree with her being married to Romeo, a Montague, Romeo and Juliet were forced to keep their love a secret.  In the beginning of the play, Lord Capulet tells Paris that Juliet is still to young to woo and that he should wait two years.  However, later in the play, he tells Paris that Juliet will be married to him in two days.  After hearing that she will be wed in two days, Juliet goes to Friar Lawrence asking for help.  If Lord Capulet did not

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