What is Paris's dying wish in Romeo and Juliet?
His dying wish was to be laid with Juliet in her tomb. (after dying in the funniest way possible(he announced that he was dying to the audience))
A bird. Romeo says, "I would I were thy bird" and Juliet says "Sweet, so would I".
He does not wish to live without Juliet, and he believes that Juliet is dead.
She wants to speak to Romeo to tell him that Juliet forgives him for killing Tybalt, give him the ring and tell Romeo that Juliet wants to have sex with him.
They are both self-centered. They both love and wish to marry Juliet. Romantic, charming, etc.
Because his name is Montague and Juliet is supposed to hate him.
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.
Because Juliet is there, and where she is, he wants to be.
County Paris, a relative of Prince Escalus, loves and wants to marry Juliet, but Romeo kills him near the end of the tragedy. Before he dies, Paris asks Romeo to place him next to Juliet's "corpse," but Romeo loves Juliet too, so he doesn't follow Paris' wish.
He wished he wasn't a Montague, his name was keeping him and Juliet apart. If he wasn't a Montague, he would be able to see Juliet without any problems.
To put him next to his love (Juliet). He says, "If thou be merciful, open the tomb, lay me with Juliet". But he only asks this once he has been fatally wounded by Romeo. Romeo had no wish or intent to kill Paris but did after Paris attacked him.
The Capulets wish to build a statue of pure gold of Romeo and The Montagues of Juliet.
The metaphor of the little bird in Romeo and Juliet refers to her wish to have Romeo tied to a little string like the little bird. This way she can easily remain in love because no one could fly away and the beauty is always on display and near by.
Romeo doesn't even get the challenge because he hasn't been home to receive it Romeo doesnt want to upset Juliet by fighting Tybalt Romeo has just come from his wedding where Tybalt has become his cousin by marriage. He does not wish to get into a quarrel with his own cousin.
Paris had one request right after Romeo was about to deal the final blow, killing him. Paris wanted to be laid next to Juliet in the tomb. Romeo fulfills this wish, but only minimally.
"See, how she leans her cheek upon her hand! O, that I were a glove upon that hand, That I might touch that cheek!" (2.2.23-25) this is in the begining of scene 2 in act 2 at the start of the famous balcony scene before Juliet knows that romeo is there. or in modern English See how she leans her cheek upon her hand! O I wish I were a glove on that hand So… Read More
From Shmoop Literature on Romeo and Juliet http://www.shmoop.com/character/literature/william-shakespeare/romeo-and-juliet/juliet.html The Juliet who sighs at the beginning of the balcony scene that Romeo would be perfect if only he weren't a Montague is not the same Juliet who tells Romeo, wonderingly, "My bounty is as boundless as the sea / My love as deep. The more I give to you / the more I have, for both are infinite" (2.2.140-142). The most intense moments of Juliet's transformation… Read More
What does thou wast the prettiest babe the e'er i nursed and i might live to see thee married once i have my wish?
this text is from Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare and is said by the Nurse.
Information on Prokofiev's ballet Romeo and Juliet can be found on several articles on About's Dance section. There are also Youtube recordings of sections and reproductions if you wish to familiarize yourself with the event, or you can download it from iTunes. The score for the ballet can be found on sites like All Music or Classical Archives. Several biographies have been written about Sergei Prokofiev which include annotations on the Romeo and Juliet ballet… Read More
Tradgedy and Romance normally go hand in hand. Romance is a powerful feeling towards someone. Take William Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet." It's a romantic tradgedy. Romeo Montague and Juliet Capulet are the kids of two rivalry families in Verona, Italy. Romeo and Juliet fall in love and wish to be together, but Juliet is being forced to marry Count Paris. Juliet eventually drinks a potion that makes her appear dead to trick her family. And… Read More
His dying wish was to have his heart taken out to ensure that he was dead because he had a fear of being buried alive.
From Shmoop Literature on Romeo and Juliet Quotes and Themes for Family http://www.shmoop.com/quote/literature/william-shakespeare/romeo-and-juliet/family.html NURSE Shame come to Romeo! JULIET Blister'd be thy ... tongue For such a wish! he was not born to shame: Upon his brow shame is ashamed to sit; For 'tis a throne where honour may be crown'd Sole monarch of the universal earth. O, what a beast was I to chide at him! NURSE Will you speak well of him that… Read More
Juliet's marriage had previously been arranged for her. In this scene, her mother call's her in and this is the first time that Juliet is asked, by her mother, of her opinion of the man that she is to marry. Juliet lets it be known that she does not like this. That night there is to be a feast, and her mother informs her to make it look like she does like it. Juliet responds… Read More
for her to get married
Does anyone deserve to die? "Deserves [death]! I daresay he does. Many that live deserve death. And some that die deserve life. Can you give it to them? Then do not be too eager to deal out death in judgment." (Tolkien, The Fellowship of the Ring, Chapter 2) One hesitates to condemn anyone in this way. Sometimes we feel satisfied that someone who has done great evil has died. But this is not the case… Read More
Bevolio's name comes fron the same Latin workds as the adjective bencolent what do these Latin words mean?
bene adv. well volo, velle, volui, - v. I wish, to wish, I wished Benvolio (of Romeo and Juliet, I presume) and benevolent therefore both mean well-wishing. Volent is the present participial stem of the verb listed above.
The Locator - 2008 A Dying Wish 2-8 was released on: USA: 25 April 2009
He will wish something!
to be blasted into outer space
He was devastated by the fact that Juliet had died. At her tomb, Romeo was going to kill himself when Paris showed up. Romeo wanted to be alone and when Paris would not leave he challenged him. Romeo did not want to kill him but he had to. It's Paris that starts the fight. He assumes that Romeo is there "to do some villainous shame to the dead bodies". As usual, he pays no attention… Read More
The quote is from Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet, and actually goes, "Would that I were a glove upon that hand, that I might touch that cheek!" In the scene, Romeo is secretly watching Juliet, who is on a balcony above him. He speaks (to the audience) about her great beauty (birds singing, eyes that would light up heaven, etc.), then comments about how she is touching her cheek with her hand. His statement is an… Read More
Romeo an Juliet is an AMAZING play! I enjoyed it and personally wish I had studied it in grade 12 instead of grade 9. It is truly one of the best love stories in the entire world! This story is the definition of true love. It's a play for not only girls, but guys too. There is a fair share of sword fighting, blood and death. Yes this may be a tragic love story but… Read More
You can shampoo if you wish, it just means your hair will most likely be damaged more by the dying process.
Her dying wish was that Victor would someday marry Elizabeth, his adopted sister.
The nurse enjoyed the thought of Juliet having the sexual pleasure of an adult woman; she had a somewhat earthy perspective.
Well, here is a quote from the text whereas Juliet actually in a way proposed to Romeo. ROMEO: Lady, by yonder blessed moon I vow, That tips with silver all these fruit-tree tops-- JULIET: O, swear not by the moon, th' inconstant moon, That monthly changes in her circle orb, Lest that thy love prove likewise variable. ROMEO: What shall I swear by? JULIET: Do not swear at all; Or if thou wilt, swear by… Read More
He does not threaten anything. He never hears about her desire to marry Romeo. Who knows? if she had said, "Father, I wish to marry the only son of rich Montague." he might have said, "Young Romeo is it? He bears him like a portly gentleman, and, to say truth, Verona brags of him to be a virtuous and well-governed youth. Montague would be bound as well as I, and it would not be hard… Read More
Tells the make a wish foundation that chris is dying and his wish is for the show to be back on
While she is contemplating the rope-ladder which was to enable Romeo to climb into her bedroom window, she imagines that he will now have no opportunity to consummate their marriage. She says, "I, a maid, die maiden-widowed. Come, cords! Come, nurse! I'll to my wedding bed and death, not Romeo, take my maidenhead." She is saying that if Romeo cannot take her virginity because of his banishment, then she will die a virgin. She does… Read More
yes the nurse was a mean old bat
Shakespeare does seem to wish us to think that fate had a lot to do with Romeo and Juliet's tragic end. He calls them "star-crossed lovers" in the prologue and has Romeo misgiving "some fearful consequence hanging in the stars" which is all going to happen because he crashed Capulet's party. Romeo also calls himself "Fortune's Fool". This is all very well, but Romeo is fortune's fool because he allowed himself to lose control and… Read More
That Katherine Jackson took care of his kids.
That Victor and Elizabeth marry in the future
Sajeev Pillai has: Played Akshay in "A Single Wish" in 2004. Played Escalus Prince in "Romeo Vs. Juliet" in 2009. Played Lakshmi in "The Quiet Room" in 2010. Played Rajan in "Casters" in 2011. Played Subba in "The Distance Between Us" in 2014.
Beowulf's dying wish was to see the treasure that he and Wiglaf won from the dragon they killed, and he made Wiglaf his heir to the throne as he dies. Beowolfs last wish was to be respected and seen as a hero. He wanted the public to have pride in him.
She wants him to explode in her canals with great fury.
Death Valley Days - 1952 Abel Duncan's Dying Wish 10-19 was released on: USA: 3 February 1962
Yes it does. & because he will get over his "love".
She says why would I marry him I have no wish to marry
Shakespeare did not write plays to send messages. When a character expresses an opinion, that is a reflection of the character, not Shakespeare. Sometimes the plays do show a reflection of widely-held opinions. For example, in Shakespeare's day as in ours, arranged marriages were not looked at favourably. Contemporary stories are filled with tales of parents selecting unsuitable husbands for their daughters, and of the daughters thwarting their parents and running off with the man… Read More
(*wish)(Catching Fire) Keep Peeta Alive.