What was the danger for romeo going to the Capulet's party?
If he was recognized as a Montague one of the hotheaded Capulets might beat him up. As indeed Tybalt intended to do when he found out who Romeo was.
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Romeo wants to go in the tomb to see Juliet, and to get the ring from her 'dead' finger.
Tybalt leaves the Capulet's party because Romeo and his friendshave shown up, and he is angry that the Capulet's will not make himleave. Tybalt wants to fight Romeo right there, but Lord Capuletstops him and angrily orders him not to ruin the party.
because he found out that rosaline was going to be there. the way he found out was because the capulets servant could not read soo he went out to find someone that could that's when he came across romeo and benvolio. romeo read the list of people at the party and rosaline was on the list
He finds out about the feast because the servant who was delivering all invitations didn't know how to read, so he went up to Mercutio and asked him if he was one of the invitees on the list, Mercutio wasn't but he took the invite anyway, and that's how Romeo found out. one question for you, why are… you asking? Just read the play if you really want to know, its the easiest way. (MORE)
because he was worrid that the both nauty and violent families might start a fight or an argument.
They wore Extravagant Long Dresses for women, they also wore masks resembling animal's and other creature's. Men were expected to wear a Puffy sleeved coat and a nice usually white or red shirt underneath for when they were dancing or just walking around. Most men had gold trimmed cuffs and a very n…ice belt. Men always wore long tights around that was expected of everyday society and the pants/Capri things were to short to not wear anything under them. (MORE)
Romeo decides to go to the party to see his the girl he loves, Rosaline.
He doesn't want to go to the party because he is so depressed about Roseline so he thinks he'll have a terrible time. Also, he had a dream the night before saying that going to the party would lead to his own death (he was right). Also, the host of the party is his worst enemy so going to the party …might start a brawl (MORE)
Mercutio wants Romeo to go to the Capulet's party because he wants Romeo to take his mind off of his rejection by Rosaline.
Romeo is afraid to go to the party because he had a dream that going to the party would end in his own death.
Because Romeo was a Motague and they were enemies with the Capiulets and he was scared of what might happen if he went.
Romeo is looking for Rosaline - the girl he is in love with (but who is not interested in him). As soon as Romeo sees Juliet he forgets all about her.
According to one story, the servants were distributing invitations about the gathering. the servant was holding the guest list, but didn't know how to read, so he asked 2 strangers (Romeo and Benvolio) to help him. They obviously found out, and they went.
because he wanted him to meet Juliet and so if he didnt they would've never seen each other. to forget about Rosaline.
The montagues themselve were not invited. Romeo sneaks himself onto the Capulets guest list when on the the Capulets illiterate sevants asks ROmeo for help reading the list.
There are four scene fours in the play. You must state which Act you mean. However since the only scene four that takes place before Capulet's feast is Act 1 Scene 4, I'll assume that is what you mean. In this scene he says, "my mind misgives Some consequence yet hanging in the stars shall bitterly …begin his fearful date With this night's revels". As a somewhat different excuse, he says "I am not for this ambling, Being but heavy", and "I have a soul of lead" and "I am too sore empierced with [Cupid's] shaft to soar with his light feathers", all of which appears to refer to his conversation with Benvolio in Act 1 Scene 1 (MORE)
The capulets and montagues hated each other (he was a Montague), so he was worried that if he attended the party, then there may be some kind of fight
He bumps into an illiterate servant carrying the guest list to the party, and reads the list for him. He sees the name of Rosaline, the unattainable woman that he is obsessed over in the beginning part of the play, and decides to attend.
Mercutio suggests Romeo to go to the Capulet party to compare other girls to Rosaline so Romeo can realize that Rosaline is not a big of a deal, and there are other girls who are much better then Rosaline.
Romeo wants to go to the party because he is in love with Rosaline and he hopes that he will see her there.
He wants to see his the girl he loves at that time. I think her name was Rosaline
Juliet, of course! The reason he went there was to see Rosaline but as soon as he lays eyes on Juliet he's crazy about her and completely forgets Rosaline.
Because he feels he is being forced to see this girl. when in reality is a homosexual so it makes him feel uncomfortable
In the beginning of Romeo and Juliet, it states that he is in love with Rosaline. A little later, the Capulets are having a feast. Romeo thinks it would be a good idea to go, just to see his dear Rosaline. And because he was a Montague, he and his friends wore masks to conceal their identity. At the… party, Romeo caught a glimpse of Juliet, where he automatically fell in love with her, therefore forgetting Rosaline. But his original reasoning for attending the ball was to see Rosaline, who he thought was his true love. We know this because a servant of Capulet's asks Romeo to read the guestlist to him. since the servant is illiterate. This Romeo does and reads that one of the guests will be Rosaline. Benvolio then says, " At this same ancient feast of Capulet's sups the fair Rosaline whom thou so loves with all the admired beauties of Verona. Go thither and with unattainted eye, compare her face to some that I can show, and I will make thy swan look like a crow." Romeo replies, "I'll go along, no such sight to be shown, but to rejoice in splendor of my own." In other words, Benvolio wants Romeo to look at other girls, who will take his mind off of the unattainable Rosaline, but Romeo says he will go, not to look at the other girls, but to enjoy the sight of Rosaline. (MORE)
He has a dream that someone dies and believes that a fight will occur at the party because he is a Montague, the enemy of the Capulets.
They hid their identity's because if they didn't the Capulet's would have flipped and attacked them( the Capulet's and the Montague's hate each other and romeo and his friends are Montague's). I like trains :D
First, they are going with Mercutio, who has an invitation, and second, they are wearing masks.
When Romeo agreed to go to the party it was so that he could see Rosaline (Juliet's cousin) as he loved dearly but unfortunately she did not return his love hence the reason why he was upset. But Benvolio suggested that he should go to the party to meet new girls and to take his mind off of Rosaline…. (MORE)
Well romeo shot benovolio for knfin' him in the face and curbstomping his best friend to mashed clowns
An illiterate servant, who Capulet has instructed to hand out invitations, asks Romeo to read the names of the invitees for him.
Because Shakespeare is a genius and he knows what hes doing so don't question it
He tells Tybalt that Romeo has a good rep and seems like a nice young man to him.
He's crashing the party. Presumably if the host doesn't like party crashers and finds out he's there he'll get thrown out on his ear. As it happens the host finds out but doesn't care about party crashers even if they are Montagues.
Because he is a Montague and The party was only was for Capulets. As indicated in the book, the two families are rivals.
I'm not sure if this is what you mean but Juliet's father and mother are Lord and Lady Capulet. If you mean what power do they have in Verona, I'm not sure...sorry...I'm not sure it says
because Romeo is from the Montague clan and Juliet is a Capulet. And the ball will take place in the Capulet's lair.
Capulet doesn't have a sister that we are told about. We know that Juliet doesn't have one. We do know that Capulet has a cousin who is about as old as he is, and an uncle who must be old indeed, and that Rosaline is his neice, which means she must be daughter to a brother or sister, unless she, lik…e Tybalt, is related to Lady Capulet's family. (MORE)
I don't know what Benvolio does, but Romeo checks out the ladies and falls pretty hard for one of them.
He has misgivings about it. He has a feeling that no good will come of it.
Romeo deceds to go to the party because he was told by Mercutio to go and compaere the ladies at the party to the "beautiful Rosiline," whom Romeo thought he was in live with before he saw Juilet. Not only this but Rosiline was invited to the party so he wanted to go and see her because he was so he…ad over heals for her. (MORE)
An illiterate page asks Romeo to read the guest list for him, and Romeo does, meanwhile seeing Rosaline on the list and deciding to go to it.
Romeo crashes Capulet's party because he wanted to see other girls to get his mind off of loving Rosaline.
You might think it was Benvolio but it wasn't. Romeo wanted to go to the party to see Rosaline. As soon as he knew she was invited, he wanted to go. He couldn't care less about Benvolio's advice to look at the other girls at the party. "I'll go along, no such sight to be shown, but to rejoice in spl…endour of my own." (MORE)
Rosaline. Benvolio tries, but he wouldn't have got anywhere unless Romeo had known that Rosaline was coming to the party.
He doesn't. He goes to her backyard, but doesn't get in the house. That comes later (the next night).
He is a good host. He sees that Romeo is well-behaved and wants him to have a good time.
An illiterate servant of the Capulets, wanting to know whose names were on the list, asked Romeo to read it to him, since Romeo looked like the kind of guy who would know how to read.
The Capulet's illiterate servant asks Romeo, not knowing who he is, to read it to him.
Tybalt is the first to discover that Romeo has crashed the masquerade party. After that he falls in love with Juliet, but he discovers that she is from the other family, the Capulets.
Romeo is upset about his break up with Rosealine and his friendsconvince he to go to the party in hopes to cheer him up