In Romeo and Juliet Why does Paris talk to the friar?
He's making arrangements for his wedding to Juliet.
Romeo goes to talk to Friar Lawrence.
Well Juliet sends the nurse to go talk to Romeo to find about marriage, and Romeo tells the nurse to tell Juliet to go to Friar Lawrences' cell to be married
Paris thinks he is about to marry Juliet. Juliet knows that she will not marry Paris under any circumstances. Juliet is not cruel enough to talk to Paris, since she knows that he will never have his dream of marrying her. (She does not yet know that she will indirectly cause his death).
Paris does talk to Juliet's father, Capulet, about marrying her. He does not talk about marrying Romeo, as guys didn't marry guys back then, and in any case he could not marry both Romeo and Juliet without committing bigamy.
In scene 2 Capulet and Paris talk about the possibility that Paris might marry Juliet. In scene 3 Juliet, her mother and the nurse talk about the same thing.
A good question which you may well be asking about any character in the play except Juliet, the Nurse, Juliet's mother and Romeo's mother. Be more specific and we can talk about what Peter or the Friar or Romeo or Tybalt does all day. This is an important question for anyone who wants to play the part of Peter or the Friar or Romeo or Tybalt.
I hope this helps; I just did a quick overview in each scene of the Act (IV). In Scene I of Act IV: Friar Laurence meets with Paris and they talk, before Juliet interrupts. Paris leaves and Juliet weeps to the Friar about her marriage that is being planned with Paris, and she ask for help from the Friar. The Friar gives her a potion that will make her appear to be dead. Their plan… Read More
Insofar as any of the characters discuss things before they do them, words lead to actions. For example, Paris and Capulet talk about the possibility of marriage between Paris and Juliet. Capulet eventually agrees. It has all been talk so far. Then Juliet says she'd rather not marry Paris. At this point the talk leads to actions, namely Capulet getting violent with Juliet.
Yes, Romeo was seen before Juliet.
So that Romeo can talk to the Nurse and tell where and when Romeo and Juliet will be married.
She's almost 14 years old, and promised to marry Paris. Her mom doesn't even know how to talk about the subject of intimacy with out the nurse.
The Nurse promises Juliet that she will go find Romeo and talk to him for her
Juliet tells the nurse she is going to see Friar Laurence so that she can do her confession. She tells the nurse she has displeased her father and wants to talk to the Friar.
No, he doesn't talk them out of getting married but instead marries them himself. He had some idea that their getting married might help resolve the feud, but then chickened out when it came to the part where he had to tell Montague and Capulet about it.
Because he needed someone to talk to
Most famously, Romeo and Juliet discuss their love in Juliet's backyard. Juliet is in her window and Romeo is in the bushes down below. It's in Act 2 Scene 2 of the play.
She's looking for Romeo and because she wants to talk to Romeo about Juliet
NO! The final quote of the play is as follows: PRINCE ESCALUS: A glooming peace this morning with it brings. The sun for sorrow will not show his head. Go hence, to have more talk of these sad things; Some shall be pardon'd, and some punished; For never was a story of more woe >>>>>>> Than this of Juliet and her Romeo. <<<<<<< [everyone exits] Romeo and Juliet is about JULIET AND HER ROMEO
His Good looks and sweet talk.
Both times Lady Capulet comes to talk to Juliet, it is about marrying Paris.
They accidentally meet outside Friar Lawrence's cell. This is very possibly the first time they have talked to one another. Paris is saying how he is looking forward to the wedding, which, if Juliet were actually interested in marrying him as he has been led to believe, would be a pleasant compliment to her. As it is, she replies guardedly, which puzzles him. Probably Paris's talk makes Juliet even more desperate than she was before.
Romeo is moody because when he is upset about Rosaline, he doesn't wish to talk to anyone but immediately upon meeting Juliet, Romeo begins to speak more with Benvolio and Mercutio. hope that helps.
There is no information about how anyone apart from Juliet was raised, but it is clear that Juliet was raised by her Nurse with minimal contact with her parents. This is made clear when Mrs. Capulet is unable to talk to Juliet about the proposed marriage to Paris without having the Nurse present. Mrs. C is clearly uneasy about being alone with her daughter.
The Nurse becomes angry and asked to talk to Romeo privately. Romeo and Juliet.
Romeo and Juliet talk in four and only four scenes: the party scene (1,5), the balcony scene (2,2), their wedding (2,6), and the morning after their wedding night (3,5). In all of these scenes, Romeo answers Juliet many times.
He talks to them about Romeo and Juliet.
In Act 3 Scene 3 Romeo says "Thou canst not speak of that thou dost not feel. Wert thou as young as I, Juliet thy love, an hour but married, Tybalt murdered, doting like me and like me banished, then might'st thou speak, then might'st thou tear thy hair and fall upon the ground as I do now, taking the measure of an unmade grave." The Friar is trying to calm Romeo down, since Romeo… Read More
When the musicians talk in the ending of the scene.
That's a Shakespeare quote from Romeo and Juliet by Tybalt.
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Mercutio says this to Romeo in Act I Scene IV of Romeo and Juliet.
She meets up with Paris who calls her his wife, and is very amorous. Juliet keeps her cool and deflects his remarks until she can talk to the Friar. She has to show even more self-control in the next scene as her mother gleefully plans to murder her husband.
Juliet did not see Romeo before he revealed himself, so she expressed her emotions and Romeo was able to hear. Also, Juliet was able to talk to Romeo for quite some time without anyone becoming suspicious, which would be harder to do in daylight.
Nurse interrupts Juliet and Romeo when they are kissing at the Capulet's party, saying Juliet's mother wants to talk to her. When Romeo asks Nurse who Juliet's mother is, she tells him Juliet is the daughter of Lady Capulet.
"A glooming peace this morning with it brings; The sun for sorrow will not show his head. Go hence to have more talk of these sad things, Some shall be pardoned, and some punished, For never was a story of more woe <- The Epilogue of Romeo and Juliet Than this of Juliet and her Romeo."
Romeo talks about how he is depressed. Mercutio wants to talk about love, then does talk at extraordinary length on the subject of dreams. They also talk about the party they are about to attend.
Lady Capulet comes to talk to Juliet more than once, but the first time she does so it is about marrying Paris.
No she does not. Juliet's parents don't even know that she married Romeo
A servingman, Juliet, the Nurse, Benvolio
They are hanging out when Juliet's nurse comes to talk to Romeo. Mercutio teases her and is really quite rude, whereas Romeo wants to talk seriously about marrying Juliet.
It was all about whether Romeo should give her a kiss. Just tarted up in religious talk.
When Romeo and Juliet talk about each other, they do practically nothing but make gooey analogies. In the play, Romeo compares Juliet to: the sun a jewel an angel his soul and probably lots of other things which I'm forgetting at the moment. His most famous analogy, though, was probably when he compared her to the sun.
In Act 2 scene 4, when Benvolio and Mercutio are talking to Romeo, Juliet's nurse arrives and as Benvolio and Mercutio are making fun of her being large and are disrespecting her, none of them know that she is Juliet's Nurse and his there to talk to Romeo about him and Juliet.
Romeo and Juliet are not real people. They are characters in a play. They were not really born at any time. They only really exist when someone puts on the play. And in the play they speak English.
She is presented very happy as she had just spent the night with he husband but she wants to be with him forever this is not possible as Romeo has to go away as it is the command from the prince. While her and Romeo are leaving each other Juliet is thing and worrying if this is the last time she sees him ever again but the nurse come to warn her about her mother… Read More
Romeo and the nurse talk about how immature Juliet, Benvolio, and Mercutio are, and then fall in love and engage in sexual intercourse.
Hardly. Romeo is a romantic which means he is always a little in love with the idea of death. It's present in his moping about Rosaline, in his bedroom talk with Juliet, and in his whining to Friar Lawrence, where he says he would sooner die than live outside of Verona. Well, the tougher things get, the less mopy and whiny Romeo gets, so that at his farewell to Juliet after their wedding night he… Read More
There is no exact timeline, but the following things happen on the first day of the play: 1. A civil brawl between Capulets and Montagues results in the Prince stopping the brawl. He meets with Capulet after and makes an appointment to meet Montague "this afternoon" 2. Mr. and Mrs. Montague sent Benvolio to find Romeo. He finds him at the Sycamore Grove. 3. Capulet, having finished his interview with the Prince, meets with Paris… Read More
get married to Paris
An example of dramatic irony can be seen in Romeo and Juliet Act 2. A nurse enters the scene and the characters all think she is a stranger. However, the audience knows she is there to talk to Romeo about Juliet.