How does Capulet respond to Paris proposal to marry Juliet?
At first he doesn't think it's a good idea because she's too young and is his only child, but if Paris can sweep her off her feet when he has the ball then yes.
The first time Paris offers for her hand in marriage Capulet says if he can sway her to love him Paris may marry Juliet.
The second time Paris offers for her hand Capulet accepts on Juliet's behalf and sets the wedding for Thursday of that week.
He's cautious at first because Juliet is so young.
Paris asks Capulet if he can marry Juliet. He doesn't bother asking Juliet.
They accept it for Juliet. Juliet then became nervious and questioned if she really wanted to get married.
Lord Capulet is furious when Juliet tells them that she will not marry Paris. He goes into a rage and tells Juliet that he will disown her if she does not show up at the wedding ready to be married. He tells her that she will have to live on the streets and never speak to them again.
He says that Juliet is too young to marry right now and Paris should wait two years. He also says that eve if he agrees then the final say belongs to Juliet.
In two very different ways: "Never until she's older" in Act 1 and "Is tomorrow soon enough?" in Act 3
In "Romeo and Juliet", Lady Capulet tells her daughter she was about her age3 when she married her father and asks what she feels about marriage. She tells her of the noble Paris' intentions and asks that Juliet will consider accepting his proposal.
Capulet wants Paris to marry Juliet, and Paris wants to marry Juliet.
The only marriage proposal Capulet discusses is Paris's proposal to marry Juliet. He is reluctant about it only in Act 1 Scene 2, and that because he thinks (at the time) that Juliet is too young. But all this will change by Act 3, at which time he will practically beg Paris to marry her as soon as possible.
Lady Capulet asks Juliet to consider Paris as her future husband. Lady Capulet asks Juliet if she could love or like this man Paris. She asks Juliet to try.
Capulet wants Juliet to marry Paris
Lord Capulet demanded that Juliet get married to Paris. As the Capulets were preparing for her wedding to Paris, Juliet drank the poison potion.
Lord Capulet has decided that Juliet will marry Paris
In Romeo and Juliet what conditions does Lord Capulet make on Juliet's behalf concerning the proposal?
Capulet reacts differently to Paris's proposal in Act 1 and in Act 3. In Act 1 he puts conditions on his acceptance that Juliet must be a little older and Paris must get her love. In Act 3, he drops all of the conditions, for what reason we don't know.
A wedding. Capulet and Paris have agreed between them that Juliet will marry Paris. Mrs. Capulet happily announces that on Thursday next at St. Peter's church, Paris will make her a joyful bride. Nobody asks Juliet how she feels about all this.
Paris is asking lord Capulet whether he can marry Juliet.
After Juliet refuses to marry Paris, Capulet tells her that she will marry Paris or she will no longer be welcome in his home.
Lord Capulet treatens to disown Juliet if she fails to marry Paris.
lord Capulet asks lady capulet to tell juliet that she is to marry the county paris(paris) on the Thursday of that week
Capulet tells paris in order to marry juliet you have to win her love first.
How does juliet feel when lady capulet tells her of the future plans for her to marry Paris
Lady Capulet announces to Juliet that her father has decided to marry her to Paris. Lady Capulet tells Juliet that she will be married in three days time.
Because Juliet is already married. But Capulet doesn't know that.
Capulet was setting Paris up with Juliet. He invited Paris to the party so Juliet would have a chance to look him over, and Paris would have a chance to get to know Juliet. But that didn't really happen because Juliet found Romeo instead.
Paris was supposed to marry Juliet. Then Capulet learns that romeo was married to Juliet and was Juliets one true love. But The Capulet's don't learn that romeo and Juliet were married until the two are found in the Capulet tomb dead.
NO! Paris is the male that Juliet's father, Sir Capulet, wanted Juliet to marry. Paris was very fond of Juliet; however, Juliet did not like Paris.
Capulet has promised Paris that Juliet will agree to marry him. Why he has done so without consulting Juliet first is anyone's guess, but once the die is cast, Capulet will not suffer the indignity of having to tell Paris that he cannot marry Juliet after all. He is therefore furious when Juliet refuses to marry Paris.
Capulet tells Paris to Get ready for the wedding and pick up Juliet.
Lady Capulet mistakenly thinks her daughter will be overjoyed that she has received her first proposal of marriage from Paris. Juliet, who is madly in love with Romeo, is not at all happy to hear the news. In fact, this announcements sets the events in play that will bring about the play's ultimate tragedy.
Count Paris visits Lord Capulet in Act I, Scene II, of Romeo and Juliet, to ask Lord Capulet for Juliet's hand in marriage. Lord Capulet stalls, telling him to wait until Juliet is older.
Both times Lady Capulet comes to talk to Juliet, it is about marrying Paris.
Juliet does not want to marry Paris, but she has to otherwise Lord Capulet will disown her.
He throws a party and invites Paris to it, knowing that Juliet will be there.
He promises Paris that Juliet will agree to marry him. He does this without consulting Juliet first.
Lord Capulet gets mad a Juliet because she refuses to marry Paris. He pretty much states that she will marry Paris whether she wants to or not.
well for starters lord Capulet wants Juliet to marry Paris not romeo so she wants Juliet to wait until Paris arrives
He promises to Paris that he can marry Juliet and Paris will get money
Romeo is the protagonist (his antagonists are Tybalt and Paris and Juliet is the female protagonist (her antagonists are Capulet and Lady Capulet)
Lady Capulet supports Juliet's marriage o Paris.
Capulet says that Juliet is heartbroken by the death of Tybalt her cousin.
Capulet announces to Juliet that she will marry Paris on the morning after her marriage to Romeo, which makes it impossible for her to marry Paris. Shakespeare uses dramatic irony in this scene. The audience knows why Juliet cannot marry Paris, but Capulet does not.
In the play Romeo and Juliet, Paris asked Lord Capulet to marry his only daughter Juliet. Lord Capulet tells Paris to wait 2 years then she will be ready to be a bride. Later he changes his mind and tells Paris that he should come to is party tonight and woooo Juliet. Even later in the play (in Act 3) Lord Capulet changes his mind again and arranges Paris to marry Juliet on the next… Read More
In Act 1 she tells her that Paris is interested in marrying her and that she can look him over at the ball. Later she tells Juliet that Capulet has decided that Juliet should marry Paris. And she also tells Juliet not to worry about Romeo because Lady Capulet is going to hire an assassin to bump him off.
That she will be you wife
At first he wants only what is best for her, but then Paris convinces Capulet to have Juliet be married asap.
Capulet thought that marrying Juliet to Paris would cheer her up and stop her moping about Tybalt.
Mr. Capulet (he is not a Lord) is mad at Juliet because she won't marry Paris after he promised Paris that she would, thus making him look like a fool.
They agree that Paris will marry Juliet.