How do Lady Capulet's views of Juliet's possible marriage to Paris differ from her husband's views?
Capulet and Lady Capulet both have fairly similar views on the subject: Both of them see it more as a business affair than anything to do with love. Paris is an excellent choice for Juliet, as he is handsome, wealthy, and a gentleman. Lady Capulet is, however, very excited about the wedding, as we see in Act 3, Scene 5, starting at line 65 of the play. Capulet is excited too, but sees it as even less related to relationship than his wife does. Overall, I would say that their views are very similar, so if you are writing an essay on the topic, it's going to be a tough topic to tackle. I would focus on their differing views on Paris, their attitudes towards Juliet's opinion, and their ideas on marriage as a whole.
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Alternatives to the Eiffel Tower... La Tour Montparnasse is one of the only skyscrapers in Paris, offering a wonderful view. L'Arc de Triomphe at Charles de Gaulle Etoile is not as high, but still offers a breathtaking view. As with Sacre Coeur, l'Arc de Triomphe requires a bit of stair climbing wi…th no optional elevator. ...but the Eiffel Tower is nice, too. If you have several hours of free time and don't mind paying for the privilege, you can visit the Eiffel Tower. However, if you are on a budget and/or do not quite have the time to invest in the wait to get to the top of the Eiffel Tower, you can venture to the Sacre Coeur in Montmarte for some of the most breathtaking views of Paris. Best of all, the views from atop Montmarte are free, unless you decide climbing the (MANY) stairs to reach the Sacre is a bit too physically challenging for the tourist who has covered a lot of ground on minimal sleep for several days. In that case a small less lengthy than that you will encounter at the Eiffel Tower and a nominal fee will buy you a ride on the elevator that takes you to the foot of the Sacre Coeur. On a clear day, one can see all of Paris below as well as everything that lies approximately within a 20 mile radius. Just as a reminder, the monument you refer to is "MONTMARTRE," not "Montmarte." ( Full Answer )
The reaction between Lady Macbeth and Macbeth is initially verydifferent after they kill Duncan. Lady Macbeth is enthusiastic butMacbeth regrets his actions.
The play never comes out and tells us, but we can assume. A couple of reasons:. She was of age, so she was fair game. . They were of the same social class, so their marriage would have been accepted by society easily. . She was pretty and young.
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Lady Capulet goes to tell Juliet about the plans for the marriage between Juliet and Paris What is Juliet's reaction?
Juliet says she hadn't thought much about marriage."It is an honour that I dream not of." She is open to the idea though."I'll look to love if looking liking move."
Like many other cultures, Jews had arranged marraiges, and many Orthodox Jews still do have arranged marraiges. However, the process is more like a dating service than traditional arranged marraiges, with both sides being able to end the relationship before the couple is married. There are no forced… marraiges in the sense that women are given away and have no choice as to who they can marry. ( Full Answer )
Marriage is not as central an issue in Buddhism as it is in other religions such as Christianity. In fact, the Buddha recommended to his followers that they have marriage ceremonies officiated by Hindu priests as he did not want to interfere with their livelihood and thus cause religious discord.… Accordingly, Buddhists generally are advised to adopt the local customs governing marriage in whatever society they are in (This was my personal experience in any case). Definitely adultery is considered as one of the 10 non-virtues to be avoided, and is one of the 5 laypersons vows. There is one reference from the Sigalovada Suttanta that may be relevant, which I accidentally came upon: "In five ways should a wife as western quarter be ministered to by her husband - by respect, by courtesy, by faithfulness, by handing over authority to her, by providing her with adornment. In five ways does the wife, ministered to by her husband as western quarter, love him: her duties are well performed, by hospitality to the kin of both, by faithfulness, by watching over the goods he brings, and by skill and industry in discharging all her business." In Mahayana Buddhism, marriage does not stop one from attaining even the highest goals of Buddhism, Liberation from suffering and full Enlightenment. However it is seen as a more difficult path since there are many more distractions and obstacles to overcome, and the path can be therefore correspondingly longer in terms of lifetimes. Therefore the ideal stressed in Buddhism is that of the monk who minimises attachments in order to concentrate on the spiritual path and relatively little focus is put on marriage in particular. ( Full Answer )
Avoid getting pregnant and find out if you are happy with each other in bed, because if you are not you are better of not getting maried. There is nothing like a test drive so to speak.
How does Capulet's attitude now differ from his attitude when Paris first came to ask for Juliet's hand in marriage?
When Paris first asks for Juliet's hand Capulet says that she istoo young to marry and he should wait two years. He even says thateven if he agrees, the final say belongs to Juliet. He later holdsa dinner saying basically that Juliet is one of many beautifulladies. It is uncertain as to whether he w…anted Paris to findsomeone else to marry or if he was just being a modest father.After Romeo's death, Juliet is told that she is to marry Paris andif she refuses then she can tell her father if she dares. ( Full Answer )
When Lady Capulet asks Juliet how she feels about marriage, she said "It is an honor that i dream not of". Juliet isn't interested. She will give Paris a look for her mother's sake, "but no more will [she] endart [her] eye/ than [her mother] gives it consent to fly"--something like that. That's a pr…omise she sure didn't keep. ( Full Answer )
Lady Capulet believes its completely normal for young girls like Juliet (13 , reaching 14 years old) to get married. This is because Lady Capulet herself got married at that age and also saw many young girls in Verona Juliet's age who are married. Lord Capulet does not like marriage so young. This …is shown when he talks to Paris, a man who wants to marry Juliet. He tells Paris to wait 2 years until she is older, then he can marry her. ( Full Answer )
To wait 2 years until she comes of age, and meanwhile to attend a ball at Capulet's home and see if Juliet will consider his suit for marriage.
she tells lady Capulet that she will not marry Paris she will marry romeo Lady Capulet calls to her daughter. Juliet wonders why her mother would come to speak to her so early in the morning. Unaware that her daughter is married to Romeo, Lady Capulet enters the room and mistakes Juliet's tears as c…ontinued grief for Tybalt. Lady Capulet tells Juliet of her deep desire to see "the villain Romeo" dead (3.5.80). In a complicated bit of punning every bit as impressive as the sexual punning of Mercutio and Romeo, Juliet leads her mother to believe that she also wishes Romeo's death, when in fact she is firmly stating her love for him. Lady Capulet tells Juliet about Capulet's plan for her to marry Paris on Thursday, explaining that he wishes to make her happy. Juliet is appalled. She rejects the match, saying "I will not marry yet; and when I do, I swear / It shall be Romeo-whom you know I hate- / Rather than Paris" (3.5.121-123). Capulet enters the chamber. When he learns of Juliet's determination to defy him he becomes enraged and threatens to disown Juliet if she refuses to obey him. When Juliet entreats her mother to intercede, her mother denies her help. After Capulet and Lady Capulet storm away, Juliet asks her nurse how she might escape her predicament. The Nurse advises her to go through with the marriage to Paris-he is a better match, she says, and Romeo is as good as dead anyhow. Though disgusted by her nurse's disloyalty, Juliet pretends to agree, and tells her nurse that she is going to make confession at Friar Lawrence's. Juliet hurries to the friar, vowing that she will never again trust the Nurse's counsel. If the friar is unable to help her, Juliet comments to herself, she still has the power to take her own life. ( Full Answer )
He thinks it would be a good thing for both of them. He wishes to please himself, which he will do because Lucie is a "lovely creature." He thinks she'll be happy with it because he is wealthy, rising in status, and well known. He also knows that being married to Lucie will make him look good.
not entirely, but she wouldn't say a word against it because she couldn't believe Juliet would have fallen for romeo and gone against her father's word. it was the nurse that agreed and helped Juliet
Normally The Male have to Be Elder then the Female but not to be large difference like 20 years,the maximum is 10 years.
it was Juliets father Lord Capulet who arranged the marrige.On a sudden impulse, Capulet promises Paris that Juliet will marry him the day after tomorrow
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it's a very important one for every human being + should be a holy one. it prevents social chaos.
He believed that a priest's or nun's vow of celibacy went against human nature and God's commandments, and that marriage brought spiritual advantages and so was the ideal state for all human beings. He married a former nun. His wife had several children very quickly. Although the wives denied the ma…rriage was a sacrament, Protestant reformers stressed that is had been ordained by God when he presented Eve to Adam, served as a remedy for the unavoidable sin of lust, provided a site for the pious rearing of the next generation of God-fearing Christians, and offered husbands and wives companionship and consolation. A proper marriage was one that reflected both the spiritual equality of men and women and the proper social hierarchy of husbandly authority and wifely obedience. The Catholic's called his wife a whore because she had first been married Christ as a nun before her marriage to Luther. He launched a reform to change the church. Then he published "Ninety-five Theses." ( Full Answer )
1) be faithful to your spouse . 2)if you are a Christian you should not be married to a non christian . 3)Put God before you self and your spouse Both male and female gendered people should wait until marriage to do any sexual activity. Once married, neither husband nor wife should commit adultry…. ( Full Answer )
Charlotte knows that she lacks both the fortune, the grace, the beauty, the youth or the social standing to tempt a truly nice person. Therefore, she is determined to get a "nice catch", although she is fully aware that Mr. Colin is an idiot, a pompous jerk and a bore. Taking all these into account,… she believes it is better to know as little a possible about one's future husband, as the wife will have a lifetime to discover any additional fault of character! She is determined to catch him as quickly as possible in order to secure a comfortable future and after they get married, she encourage his hobbies in order to get him out of sight as often as possible. Elisabeth believes in soul mates. She knows from her parents' example that a marriage based on physical attraction cannot be a happy one if it is not accompanied by mutual interests and respect. Her sad experience (much too common in those day) with Wickam makes her realize what it means to marry someone only for a a large sum of money. Therefore, she wants to marry only a man she can respect and love all her life, that's why she refuses several proposals of marriage. ( Full Answer )
Indian people have arranged marriages. Gay people have same gender marriages. Black people have unlawful marriages. Chinese people fight to the death with kung fu for marriage. Mexican people get married at fiesta's.
Marriage between cousins isn't illegal in the UK but it hardly ever happens and is discouraged.
Pride and Prejudice presents several different types of women. Lizzy, the main character, is a smart girl who refuses to marry for money. Pride and Prejudice presents the main character as an independent woman who makes her own decisions.
Marriage was viewed as being very important. Women had very littlechoice as to who her husband might be. Many couples met for thefirst time on their wedding day and marriages were arranged so thatboth families would benefit. Women were expected to bring a dowryand after marriage the wife became the …property of the husband. Itwas legal for boys to marry at 14 and girls at 12 with parentalpermission. Women were expected to marry, unmarried ladies wereviewed as witches. ( Full Answer )
In Act 1: "No, not for a few years." In Act 3: "Yes! Yes! Is the day after tomorrow soon enough?"
Members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (commonly called the "Mormon" church) believe that marriage and dating are very important. As dating is seen as a way to find a spouse, most members of the Church do not start dating until they are in their late teens. The Church guidlines f…or youth suggest that dating should begin at age 16 or older. Dating, especially while in the teen years, is usually casual and done in groups. It is a way to get to know others and learn how to interact with the opposite gender. Teens are encouraged to date only those with similar moral and ethical standards. Intimate or sexual relationships outside of a legal marriage are considered a serious sin and are avoided. Once arriving at an age that one feels comfortable marrying, dating becomes much more serious. Marriage and family are some of the most important concepts in Mormonism, and therefore dating for those in their 20's is usually all about finding a spouse rather than having fun. To help young single Mormons find other young single Mormons, the Church has hundreds of single's-only congregations. Dances, religion classes, and other activities are also sponsored by the Church. Marriage for couples where both are Mormon often occurs in one of the Church's Temples. They believe that marriages that take place in the Temple will last throughout eternity, while marriages done outside the temple last only 'until death do you part'. Those getting married outside the temple will have the opportunity to go to the temple later to have their marriage 'sealed' for eternity. While church members are encouraged to marry others of the same faith, the Church does not tell people who to marry. Happiness in the relationship, rather than similar faith, is most important. Divorce among Mormons is nearly as common as it is nationwide. Many of those divorced enter back into the dating world and marry again. You can learn more about Mormon's views on marriage and dating at the "Related Links" below. ( Full Answer )
There is no Torah prohibition against interfaith marriages, though some Jewish communities strongly oppose it. Here are some different opinions and views: Answer: It's hard to know how any individual views anything unless he tells you about it. Judaism doesn't much care about interfaith m…arriage, unless one of the partners happens to be Jewish, in which case it usually strongly discourages the plan, except among the Reform Jews, who instead encourage the keeping of a Jewish household as more important than the religion of one of the spouses. Answer: I'm Jewish. My aunt married a catholic and in my part of religion, it depends if the mother is Jewish, generally the kids are raised that way. If she's not I don't know, but also it depends on the kind of Judaism they are. If they're, for instance, Orthodox i don't think they would marry anyone, but another Orthodox person. I'm Reform, so it's different. Answer: It is absolutely forbidden to marry outside Judaism. If the mother is Jewish, the children are Jewish. If the mother is Jewish through Orthodox conversion, the children are Jewish. Otherwise, they are perfectly innocent people, and they are not blamed for their parents' sins, but they are not Jewish and will not be accepted as members of the Jewish community. ( Full Answer )
Depends because some forms of traditional marriage among native Americans consisted of a two-spirit tradition which included same-sex couples
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There is a full spectrum of views on same-sex marriage. . Some Republicans believe the U.S. Constitution should be amended to prohibit same-sex marriage. That would nullify all same-sex marriages previously performed and prevent any state from permitting same-sex marriages in the future. . Some R…epublicans believe same-sex marriage should be left to the states, but that same-sex marriages should not be recognized by the federal government. . Some Republicans and Democrats believe gays and lesbians should have some of the same rights and responsibilities as marriage, but that their relationships should be called "domestic partnerships" and not be recognized by the federal government. . Some Republicans and Democrats believe gays and lesbians should have the same rights and responsibilities as marriage, but that their relationships should be called "Civil Unions." . Some Democrats believe that same-sex marriage should be left up to the states and that the federal government should recognize them legally. . Some Democrats believe that the federal government and all states should be required to recognize same-sex marriages, but that states should not be required to permit same-sex marriages to be performed. . Some Democrats believe that same-sex marriage should be the law of the land in all 50 states and overseas territories of the United States and that the federal government should recognize them legal You are implying that there are only democrats and republicans in the USA. Views on same-sex marriage cross political boundaries. It seems people who are in favour of it do not. ( Full Answer )
In Act I Scene III Juliet tells her mother she will "Look to like if looking liking move/But no more deep shall I endart mine eye/ Than your consent gives it strength to fly" when her mother tells her too look at Paris at the feast that night. Juliet's response means that she will look to like Paris… but won't go futhur than her parents wish. However, when Lady Capulet tells her daughter she is to be married to Paris in Act III Scene V Juliet refuses but stays respectful while doing so. Her refusal angers her father. ( Full Answer )
It is a holy sacrament not to entered into lightly. It is a chosen vocation and blessed by the grace of God.
Lady Gaga doesnt tell her political views as she wants the world to be fair and flow naturally she notices she has alot of power in the world but she has only ever used this to make Gay Rights Campaignes happen. As this is a amazing cause and has changed the world so much. If you have any other ques…tions dont hesitate to say Lady Gaga and i will pick up on it :) Thanks. ( Full Answer )
It is one of life essentials for those who can afford it. Both husband and wife are taught; per Prophet Muhammad and Quran teachings; to maintain mutual respect, kindness, and love. they should raise up their children on the good Islam beliefs and morals.
Lady Macbeth is view(portrayed) as a lady who incinerate or generator of doom.She ignite the conflicts int the play.
"husband over his wife" .... Marriage has been sexist and supported as "sacred" by Catholic Church...
Juilet does not want to marry Paris, yet her parents are the complete opposite they love Paris
When you marry in a Catholic church there is no such thing as divorce, and marriage is life long as it is a sacrament that God gives to the couple. From the moment they are married, they are no longer two but one, which reflects the love and unity of Our Blessed Lord, Jesus Christ, and His Church.
Not much is known about the domestic life of Confucius who was born in 551 BCE in China. Although he had an interesting and varied life he is best known as a teacher and philosopher. His doctrines form the basis for Chinese culture. He was married at 19, divorced at 23 and remained single for the re…mainder of his life. He espoused tolerance, generosity, kindness, integrity, truth, modesty and righteousness. He was said to be affectionate, humorous, optimistic and humble. He approved of divorce and taught that married people should be kind and respectful of each other. Confucius taught that the cultivation of loving family relationships is a main concern in life. He advised against selfishness and taught that people should try to accommodate each other through compromise. However, if a relationship proved unworkable it should be ended. A woman owed lifelong obedience to her husband, his father and his mother. Divorce was a male prerogative, frowned upon by society and it brought shame on a woman. However, remarriage after divorce was common. Confucianism recognized seven reasons for divorce. . A woman shall be divorced for disobedience to her father-in-law or mother-in-law. . A woman shall be divorced if she fails to bear children, the reason for this rule being that women are sought in marriage for the purpose of giving men posterity. A barren woman should, however, be retained if her heart be virtuous and her conduct correct and free from jealousy, in which case a child of the same blood must be adopted; neither is there any just cause for a man to divorce a barren wife if he has children by a concubine. . Lewdness is a reason for divorce. . Jealousy is a reason for divorce. . Leprosy or any like foul disease is a reason for divorce. . A woman shall be divorced who, by talking overmuch and prattling disrespectfully, disturbs the harmony of kinsmen and brings trouble on her household. . A woman shall be divorced who is addicted to stealing. See related link. ( Full Answer )
There are varying views on marriage because marriage means different things to different people. or Did you mean "How are their views on marriage?" and by that, whose views are you asking about? or Are you asking individual answer-givers their specific views?: I have been married almos…t 20 years and I feel that it is nice to have a partner who you can 1. trust with your life, 2. trust sharing funds responsibly, 3. to know what your wishes, desires, wants, needs are if you cannot speak for yourself 4. trust not to share their body with other people so sexually transmitted diseases do not run rampant 5. be able to make and/or share a child with 6. know they will not abuse your children, family, or pets 7. know they support your goals and functions in society 8. share and help obtain mutual goals 9. not have to go through life alone (friends come and go in some cases) ( Full Answer )
The Jewish view is that families are very important to Judaism, and that we're commanded to have children. Both of these are a lot easier to take care of when you're married, so marriage is the place where you should try to be.
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Trotsky believed as well as Lenin did that if a communist / socialist government is to come to power (USSR) it should openly support and interfere with every conflict and help the communist factions to try to spread communism internationally. Stalin believed that too but when he came to power he cha…nged his view, He openly wrote books talking about the possible failures of Marx and Lenin. Stalin believed that a communist / socialist country should try to create a utopia where life was so good for all citizens that all other countries in the world would want to follow that belief and convert to communism themselves. ( Full Answer )
Marriage is a lifelong contractual commitment between one man and one woman instituted and ordained by God. Considered to be the most intimate of all relationships.
It is the foundation of any marriage. Without it perhaps it is notworthwhile to continue the relationship. Primarily because marriageis all about love, devotion, honesty and faithfulness.