Why do Paris and Romeo fight even though Romeo really has no wish to fight anyone?
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 to what Romeo is telling him, and intends to "apprehend thee for a felon here", that is, to arrest Romeo for being in Verona when he is banished. Romeo has tried his best to explain, saying "I love thee better than myself, for I come hither armed against myself." and explaining that he planned to die there, which would have made some impression on anyone other than thick-as-a-brick Paris.
Romeo was attacking in self defense as Paris though Juliet "killed" herself because Romeo killed Tybalt.
He tries to kill Romeo but fails. Basically killing people is not Paris's forte.
Romeo isn't destined to marry anyone. He does fall in love with Juliet. Juliet is the one that is destined to marry Paris.
She didn't. In New Moon, she compares Jacob to Paris, the character from Romeo and Juliet, though.
Paris had come to the Capulet tomb to mourn for Juliet. But who should he find there but that nasty banished Montague, Romeo, who is no doubt out to vandalise the Capulet tomb. Paris decides to make a citizen's arrest and to hold Romeo for coming to Verona when he is banished. Romeo asks him to please forget all about arresting him, as Romeo has no intention of harming anyone but himself. But Paris won't… Read More
Anyone but Romeo one would presume, but in fact the Capulets have their eyes on a rich young man called Paris who is related to the Prince, and who they really want to marry Juliet.
It was because he has already secretly married her to Romeo. Friar Laurence is reluctant to marry Paris and Juliet because he has already married her to Romeo. Though Paris does not know this yet, Friar Laurence and the audience does.
romeo fights Paris (where?) and Paris dies.
Paris does not ask Romeo to kill him. Paris tries to arrest Romeo as a felon. When he won't come quietly, they end up fighting and Paris is killed.
Romeo killed Paris!!
What is the dramatic irony of the conversation between Juliet and Paris at friar Lawrence's cell in Romeo and Juliet?
paris thinks juliet is kidding when she is really not!
Romeo killed Tybalt because Tybalt killed Mercutio. Romeo and Mercutio were BFFs so Romies was very upset. Romeo killed Paris because he was well jel. That is to say, he was really angry about Juliet's death and probably blamed Paris a little. And he was in his way. Romeo killed himself because he didn't want to live without Juliet, he was in love and all that. Even though they had known eachother for less than… Read More
they fight because Paris thinks romeo is there to destroy her grave. and romeo ends up killing Paris
he is the one who wants to marry Juliet really bad.
Romeo killed paris in the capulet tomb.
They both love Juliet. When Paris finds Romeo in the tomb, Paris is convinced that Romeo wants to trash the tomb.
After Romeo injured Paris. Paris told him "Lay me in the tomb with Juliet". Romeo agrees and put him in the tomb with Juliet.
Paris suspects romeo is attempting to desecrate the tomb.
Paris tries to arrest Romeo.
Romeo wins. Paris dies.
When Romeo tried to see Juliet's "dead" body, he discovered Paris was there too. Paris tried to arrest Romeo, but Romeo, undaunted, attacked and killed Paris, knowing he had nothing to loose.
i really dont know can anyone help me ?
Paris accuses Romeo of desecrating the tomb and tries to arrest him. Romeo tries to warn Paris off, but he insists, so they fight and Paris dies.
Paris is killed by Romeo in a swordfight. Romeo poisons himself. Juliet stabs herself.
Paris. romeo then kills Paris and soon afterwords poisons himself.
Paris thinks that Romeo plans to commit some act of desecration or vandalism. Paris is easily prejudiced and is happy to believe that Romeo is an evil monster just because he is a Montague. Compare Paris instantly believing the worst of Romeo to Romeo's compassionate behaviour to Paris.
Paris wanted to marry Juliet. Romeo succeeded.
Romeo certainly doesn't like Paris because Paris wants to marry Juliet. Paris just hates Romeo because he is a Montague.
Paris doesn't TRULY love Juliet, like Romeo does.
Romeo kills Paris and the tomb were the buried Juliet
Because Paris wouldn't let Romeo see Juliet, which made Romeo mad so he stabbed Paris knowing he was going to kill himself any way.
Paris is like Jacob frm twilight. her parents think hes better for her, but Juliet is completely in love with romeo. Paris knows this, but cant help but loving her. Paris would never give up till the end, and romeo knows that, but doesnt care. and in juliets own way, she also loves Paris, but not the way she loves romeo. Juliet (Bella) romeo (edward) Paris (Jacob) <3 *Renesmee*
He pretends he is a nurse to tell paris that there was no Romeo with her :)
Paris thinks that Romeo is there to vandalize or dishonor Juliet's body.
When Romeo finds out that Juliet is 'Dead' he goes to see her in her tomb, and as Paris is there, he tries to stop him from seeing her, thus Romeo kills him.
ID 1290160492 is incorrect in why did Paris die in Romeo and Juliet because using information I discovered that Paris indeed died in Romeo and Juliet
Paris attempts to arrest Romeo as an outlaw who is banished from Verona. Romeo asks him to lay off but he won't and Romeo is obliged to kill him.
Romeo kills him when Paris tries to arrest him. Paris is under the impression that Romeo is hanging around the Capulet tomb to desecrate it.
Really? Go read Romeo and Juliet. Everybody dies.
yes because Paris killed mercutio in a fight. < This is wrong Romeo kills Tybalt because Tybalt killed mercutio in a fight. Paris plans to get married to Juliet but on the day of their wedding Juliet dies. So Paris never dies.<~ This is also wrong, Romeo kills Tybalt because he killed Mercutio and Romeo also kills Paris because he provoked him in the Capulet tomb. So Paris does die.
He tried to arrest Romeo and Romeo killed him.
His name's Paris. That would be Paris.
Romeo promises he will put Paris' body in the crypt beside Juliet after he dies.
Well, they are pushing her into a marriage with Paris even though she is already married secretly to Romeo, but they don't know that and the arrangements happen before scene III. They send the nurse to wake up Juliet to be married to Paris, and the nurse discovers that she is "dead" (not really, but she doesn't know that), and so in these scenes they change the wedding plans into funeral plans.
No, they met in Verona. In fact Juliet spent her entire life in Verona--she never left it for a minute. She did have a fiancÃ© called Paris, though, but he was a man not a city in France.
Paris goes to pay his last respects to Juliet , when Romeo shows up . Then Paris and Romeo gets into a fight and kills Paris. As Paris's last word he says" Oh, I am slain, if thou be merciful, open the tomb, lay me with Juliet." So Romeo lays him (Paris) next to his wife Juliet (Romeo's Wife).
Romeo and Juliet is not a true story. These people are a fiction. They are made up. They didn't really live. Therefore people only have birthdays if the author tells us so. The author tells us what day Juliet was born on and how long before the story in the play takes place. He does not provide this information about anyone else. Apart from the fact that Juliet's mother calls him "young Paris" (which as… Read More
Paris is killed by Romeo when both go to Juliet's tomb at the same time after Juliet's supposed death. Paris thought Romeo was desecrating the Capulet tombs and unsuccessfully attacked him.
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.
Mercutio (by Tybalt) Tybalt (by Romeo) Paris (by Romeo)