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What sort of character was lady Capulet?

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Answered 2011-09-13 13:29:17

lady Capulet is a foli of the nurse and she's a flat character.

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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".)

No, She simply is there to serve the role neede for the plot. You can see this when Lady Capulet speaks to Julieet of a marriage to Paris. She has little to no emotion.

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 her mother does. Additionally, throughout the play, it is the Nurse that Juliet goes to for advice and assistance, not her mother.

That Lady Capulet and Capulet have arranged for Juliet to be married.

She was a shallow sort of person whose main reason in life was to get her daughter well married to Count Paris. She is indifferent to the Capulet-Montague feud and discourages it.

Lady Capulet is Juliet's mother and Capulet's wife.

Lady Capulet is Juliet's mother.

Tybalt is a member of the Capulet family. A nephew of Lord and Lady Capulet. He is also the character who kills Mercutio and is himself slain by Romeo's hand.

i a modern song that represents lady capulet

Lord Capulet Lady Capulet Juliet Capulet Cousins: Tybalt Capulet Rosaline Capulet

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.

she was nice to other people, but she was very mean to lord Capulet.

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.

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 applies to Lady Capulet.

The teacher wants to know who your favourite character was, not mine. So you are going to ask yourself which of the characters in the play you most enjoyed hearing about or seeing on stage. Did you find yourself saying, "That Lady Capulet was awesome! There should have been more scenes with her."? If so, then your favourite character might be Lady Capulet.

Lady Capulet plans to send a murderer to poison Romeo.

Lord and Lady Capulet are the parents of Juliet in William Shakespeare's novel: Romeo and Juliet.

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.

The character of Capulet comes across in the first scene because it was when Romeo realized that Juliet was a Capulet.

Both times Lady Capulet comes to talk to Juliet, it is about marrying Paris.

Lord Capulet has a brother known as second Capulet in the play

Lady Capulet says Julietshe should start thinkingabout marriage.

Lady Capulet likes Juliet because she is her daughter. -.-

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