What does Lady Capulet mean when she quotes i was your mother much upon these years?
When Lady Capulet says the above quote, she means that before she was twelve or thirteen, she was already Juliet's mother. She is trying to convince Juliet to marry Paris and getting pregnant because she is already considered "old".
Lady Capulet is Juliet's mother and Capulet's wife.
Lady Capulet is Juliet's mother.
Juliet does not threaten her mother with anything.
The Nurse foils the character of Juliet's mother, Lady Capulet. As her mother, Lady Capulet should know everything that there is about her daughter; she should know how old she is and her innermost feelings. However, Lady Capulet knows neither. Early on in Act 1, Lady Capulet is unsure of Juliet's age and the Nurse has an extended speech in which she explains to Juliet's mother how she knows how old Juliet is better than… Read More
They are only referred to as Capulet and Lady Capulet.
Lady Capulet is the mother of Juliet, and gave birth to her at age fourteen. She wants revenge on Romeo for killing her relative.
Juliets side of the family Capulet: Her father Lady Capulet: Her mother Nurse: Takes care of Juliet
Your question is unclear. Is Duty a different play from Romeo and Juliet which also has a character called Lady Capulet? (actually, the character in Romeo and Juliet was not called Lady Capulet in Shakespeare's time--since Capulet was no lord, she could not be a lady. She is called the much simpler "Mother".)
The nurse told Juliet that her mother needed her. When Juliet left, Romeo asked "Who's her mother?". The nurse responded that Juliet's mother was Lady Capulet.
I don't know about Lord Capulet, but I know for certain that Lady Capulet is fairly young. She tells Juliet that she was about her age when she was had her. This means that Lady Capulet is 26. I guess due to stress she can look a few years older though. For Capulet, I guess you can say that he is well dressed and groomed. He is from a wealthy family after all. The same… Read More
She is sad because she is Juliet's mother.
Her father, Lord Capulet. Also (to a lesser extent) her mother Lady Capulet and Juliet's nurse.
Lady Capulet is Juliets mother BUT the nurse brought Juliet up. Juliet was raised in Italy in the house of Lord and Lady Capulet, her parents. But largely by her Nurse and servant Angelica.
Tybalt is Juliet's cousin Capulet is her father Lady Capulet, her mother * that is all that you really need to know about Juliet's family *
The difference between the Nurse and Juliet's mother is that the Nurse is more of the "real" mother than Lady Capulet is. This is because the Nurse was Juliet's nurse (obviously), and had more of a connection between Juliet than Lady Capulet. The Nurse treats Juliet as her own daughter, because her real daughter, Susan, had already died. Lady Capulet is more concerned about how Juliet affects her status, more than actually caring about her.
When lady Capulet asks Juliet what she thinks about marriage after Juliet answers what does lady Capulet say?
Act 1, scene 2. Lady Capulet: ... How stands your dispositions to be married? Juliet: It is an honour that I dream not of. Nurse: An honour! Were not I thine only nurse, I would say that thou hadst sucked wisdom from thy teat. Lady Capulet: Well, think of marriage now. Younger than you, here in Verona, ladies of esteem are made already mothers. By my count, I was your mother much upon these years… Read More
Juliet's mother is Mrs. Capulet. She is not Lady Capulet because Capulet is a middle-class man not a Lord, although he is very wealthy. We do not know much about her family, although we know her brother's son, who is Tybalt, so clearly she has or had siblings. But it would appear that she is not from a family of note. She was about Juliet's age (14) when she married Capulet (she says so in… Read More
They had different mothers--they were not brother and sister, you know. We don't know about Lady Montague, but Capulet says that Lady Capulet was about Juliet's age when Juliet was born. That would make her about twenty-eight.
Juliet is not yet 14 - "she hath not seen the change of fourteen years" and Juliet was born when lady Capulet was Juliet's age, which makes her around 27-28
That Lady Capulet and Capulet have arranged for Juliet to be married.
The Conflict between Juliet and her mother is that Juliet is feeling that her mother is not acting like her mother and the love between them is not a dauther mother love it is a professional love.
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.
i a modern song that represents lady capulet
Lord Capulet is Juliet's father, Lady Capulet is Juliet's mother and Lord Capulet's wife, Tybalt is Juliet's cousin and Lady Capulet's nephew, Nurse is Juliet's, well, nurse (as well as a good friend to her), Samson, Gregory, and Peter are all serving men of the Capulets. :)
Lord Capulet Lady Capulet Juliet Capulet Cousins: Tybalt Capulet Rosaline Capulet
Lady Capulet likes Juliet because she is her daughter. -.-
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.
lady Capulet is a foli of the nurse and she's a flat character.
she was nice to other people, but she was very mean to lord Capulet.
She is usually called Lady Capulet. In some old copies of the script she is just called "Mother". There is no reference to her given name.
Juliets relatives are the Capulets. In the book it talks of.... Lady Capulet, Capulet, Tybalt. Lady Capulet is Juliets Mother (She encourages Paris' and Juliets marriage) Capulet is Juliets father (The one who forces her to marry Paris) Tybalt is Juliets cousin. (He picks a fight with Mercutio and kills him. Romeo takes revenge for his friend and kills Tybalt. That is why Romeo is banished from Verona)
She says that her mother is likely to have her hands full prepaing for the wedding so she needn't bother Juliet. Juliet suggests that the nurse should help with the preparations and sleep with Lady Capulet, which gets them both out of the way. No doubt Lady Capulet thinks Juliet wants to ponder the excitement of the wedding upoming.
It is possible that Tybalt is so hot-tempered simply because he has no love-interest: most of the people in Verona seem to interested only in fighting or loving - when they aren't doing one, they are doing the other. But if you are careful you may notice that Old Capulet really doesn't like Tybalt one bit - and Tybalt doesn't like Old Capulet either. On the other hand Lady Capulet (who Old Capulet also doesn't… Read More
Lady Capulet continues to support her husband w hen he threatens to throw Juliet out into the street. Lady Capulet is trying to force her daughter to marry Paris.
Early that morning, Juliet's mother Lady Capulet, comes to visit her. Her mother tells her that her father gave his consent for her to marry Paris.
Romeo Juliet Lord Capulet (Juliet's father) Lady Capulet (Juliet's mother) Lord Montague (Romeo's father) Lady Ahmed Montague (Romeo's mother) Prince Paris Angelica (Juliet's nurse) Balthazar (Romeo's servant) Rosaline (Juliet's cousin) Benvolio (Paris' cousin/Romeo's friend) Peter (Angelica's servant)
Lady Capulet plans to send a murderer to poison Romeo.
Both times Lady Capulet comes to talk to Juliet, it is about marrying Paris.
Lord Capulet knows that Juliet is "dead" because the Nurse and Lady Capulet are making a racket in Juliet's room. The Nurse is the first to find Juliet "dead," then Lady Capulet. Last in their household to know was Lord Capulet.
Lady Capulet is Juliet's mother but she does not know Juliet very well. All the real mothering before the play begins has been done by the nurse. She is uncomfortable in Act 1 Scene 3 talking to Juliet alone and recalls the nurse who she had previously sent away.
They plan to kill juliet.
Lord Capulet has a brother known as second Capulet in the play
Lady Capulet imagines that Juliet is crying because Tybalt, Lady Capulet's kinsman and consequently also Juliet's, is dead.
Lady Capulet says Juliet she should start thinking about marriage.
Lady Capulet is still alive at the end of Romeo and Juliet. Juliet, as everyone knows, is not.
Lady Capulet supports Juliet's marriage o Paris.
These are all the people we see he speak to/of: Capulet - her father Lady Capulet - her mother Nurse - her childhood 'nanny' Tybalt - her cousin Paris - her would-be cousin Friar Lawrence - her spiritual guide Romeo - her husband
Nothing. Montague makes this promise to Lord Capulet, not Lady Capulet: "I will raise her statue in pure gold". That is, he will commemorate Juliet with a golden statue.