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Is Capulet rich

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Yes. Did you notice how many servants he keeps employed?

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Yes, Capulet is a wealthy nobleman in William Shakespeare's play "Romeo and Juliet". He is a member of the aristocracy in Verona and holds a position of power and influence in the city.

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Romeo's family is most likely rich because they have servants (Abram and Balthazar) and when Romeo and Juliet dies, the families plan to raise gold statues of them.

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Romeo Montague was actually from a wealthy Italian family.

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Is lord Capulet rich?

Yes. Did you notice how many servants he keeps employed?


What jobs do rich lords have in the play romeo and Juliet?

None. The only rich lord around is the County Paris, and he does not appear to have a job. Montague and Capulet are not lords (although they are rich), despite the fact that many people erroneously call them "Lord Capulet" and "Lord Montague". They are strictly middle class guys.


Was Capulet richer than Montegue?

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What does Paris want from Capulet and how does Capulet respond?

Paris wants Capulet's permission to marry Juliet. Capulet initially hesitates, suggesting they wait because Juliet is his only daughter. He eventually agrees, setting a date for the wedding.


Who is Lord Capulet?

Do you mean from the play Romeo and Juliet? I have always pictured her as rather mild and unassuming. Not much is said about the parents other than they didn't like each others families. It was the father's who enforced any actions within the play.


Is Tybalt a Capulet?

Yes Tybalt is a Capulet he is Lord Capulet's nephew.


Which family is Tybalt from in Romeo and Juliet?

Tybalt is associated with the Capulets, and he thinks of himself as a Capulet, but he is actually not a Capulet at all. He is the son of Lady Capulet's brother, and Lady Capulet is only a Capulet by marriage. That is why it is Lady Capulet, and not Lord Capulet, who is so furious with Romeo after he kills Tybalt.


Why doe lady Capulet want Juliet to marry Paris?

Because Paris was married already, but his wife died, so Lady Capulet knows that he has experience with marriage and that he is going to be a good husband.That was just made up; it doesn't say anything in the text about Paris having been married before. The reason the Capulets are pushing for a marriage with Paris is that he is nobility-a "county"-whereas although they are rich (they "have the chinks") they are not noble. Capulet in the play is just "Capulet" not "Lord Capulet" as many people want to call him. They are a strictly middle-class outfit.


What is Lady Capulet busy preparing?

Lady Capulet is busy preparing for the Capulet's masquerade ball.


Was Samson a Montague or a Capulet?

Samson was a Capulet in William Shakespeare's play "Romeo and Juliet." He is a servant to the Capulet family.


Where was the Capulet party?

at the Capulet house in the yard... i think.


Who said is she a Capulet?

The line "Is she a Capulet?" is said by Romeo in William Shakespeare's play "Romeo and Juliet". He utters this line when he first sees Juliet at the Capulet's party and realizes she is from the rival Capulet family.