Why does Capulet want Juliet to marry Count Paris?
Capulet wants Juliet to marry Count Paris because:
Business: he is connected to the prince (money), so, it means more money for the family and Friendlier business relationship (support for the Capulets).
Social status: even more fame, and respect, greater influence over the Montagues, enhances position and influence.
Wishes the best for his daughter and feels that he has found a good, solid husband for her.
He fears death and is anxious about not having an heir (grandson).
He fells that marriage will curtail Juliet's grief.
At the start of the play Old Capulet wants Paris to marry Juliet, but he would like Paris to wait until Juliet is sixteen. Paris is a good match for Juliet (Lady Capulet and the Nurse tell Juliet how Paris is wealthy, clever, and talented when they talk together about him in. However, Juliet is not quite fourteen, and Old Capulet thinks this is rather young to marry but other considerations override this concern. (Old Capulet himself is at least fifty years old, while Lady Capulet is in her thirties, so he probably has good reasons for thinking a very young wife is a lot of trouble). However, Juliet is his only surviving child, so when young Tybalt is killed unexpectedly in his duel with Romeo, Old Capulet remembers how easily young people die in medieval Verona - and decides that he wants Juliet to marry Paris as soon as possible.
If he can marry Juliet
Capulet wants Paris to marry Juliet, and Paris wants to marry Juliet.
Capulet wants Juliet to marry Paris
When Juliet refuses to marry Count Paris, he says to Juliet: An you be mine, I'll give you to my friend; And you be not, hang, beg, starve, die on the streets, I think this basically means that should Juliet choose not to marry Paris, he will disown her, and will no longer regard her as his own. Note that Capulet is thinking of Juliet as a possession at this time, ("an you be mine… Read More
After Juliet refuses to marry Paris, Capulet tells her that she will marry Paris or she will no longer be welcome in his home.
They decide that Paris is going to marry Juliet. Unfortunately neither of them think of actually asking Juliet, assuming that she would be happy to marry such a "man of wax."
Paris asks Capulet if he can marry Juliet. He doesn't bother asking Juliet.
Lord Capulet has decided that Juliet will marry Paris
How does juliet feel when lady capulet tells her of the future plans for her to marry Paris
Capulet announces to Juliet that she will marry Paris on the morning after her marriage to Romeo, which makes it impossible for her to marry Paris. Shakespeare uses dramatic irony in this scene. The audience knows why Juliet cannot marry Paris, but Capulet does not.
Capulet has promised Paris that Juliet will agree to marry him. Why he has done so without consulting Juliet first is anyone's guess, but once the die is cast, Capulet will not suffer the indignity of having to tell Paris that he cannot marry Juliet after all. He is therefore furious when Juliet refuses to marry Paris.
Paris is asking lord Capulet whether he can marry Juliet.
Lord Capulet gets mad a Juliet because she refuses to marry Paris. He pretty much states that she will marry Paris whether she wants to or not.
Lord Capulet treatens to disown Juliet if she fails to marry Paris.
Paris asks Lord Capulet to marry Juliet
Capulet tells paris in order to marry juliet you have to win her love first.
well for starters lord Capulet wants Juliet to marry Paris not romeo so she wants Juliet to wait until Paris arrives
will be kicked out of the Capulet house if she doesnt marry Paris
When Juliet refuses to marry Paris what does Lord Capulet use in an attempt to get Juliet to marry Paris?
Threats. He threatens to throw her out of the house.
Juliet does not want to marry Paris, but she has to otherwise Lord Capulet will disown her.
He promises Paris that Juliet will agree to marry him. He does this without consulting Juliet first.
He doesn't; she's his daughter. Eeew. No, Capulet wants Juliet to marry Paris. Why? Because he's an aristocrat and because Capulet likes him for some reason.
He promises to Paris that he can marry Juliet and Paris will get money
In the play Romeo and Juliet, Paris asked Lord Capulet to marry his only daughter Juliet. Lord Capulet tells Paris to wait 2 years then she will be ready to be a bride. Later he changes his mind and tells Paris that he should come to is party tonight and woooo Juliet. Even later in the play (in Act 3) Lord Capulet changes his mind again and arranges Paris to marry Juliet on the next… Read More
lord Capulet asks lady capulet to tell juliet that she is to marry the county paris(paris) on the Thursday of that week
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.
To marry Paris
He wanted to marry Juliet
To request his permission to marry juliet
A wedding. Capulet and Paris have agreed between them that Juliet will marry Paris. Mrs. Capulet happily announces that on Thursday next at St. Peter's church, Paris will make her a joyful bride. Nobody asks Juliet how she feels about all this.
NO! Paris is the male that Juliet's father, Sir Capulet, wanted Juliet to marry. Paris was very fond of Juliet; however, Juliet did not like Paris.
Paris wants to marry Juliet, so he discusses this with her father.
Paris is a wealthy man that the Capulets got to marry Juliet.
Paris wants to marry Juliet. He wants Capulet's permission.
They agree that Paris will marry Juliet.
Capulet originally wanted Juliet to marry Paris because he believed it would be a good match. After Tybalt's death, Capulet speeds the wedding plans because he believes a marriage will assuage Juliet's grief over Tybalt.
Juliet refuses without saying why, since she does not want to reveal that she is already married. Capulet then bursts a blood vessel and insists that Juliet must marry Paris or get thrown out of the house without a nickel.
In Act I Scene ii Capulet says Paris may not marry Juliet until two years have passed and until he has got Juliet's love. Although neither condition is fulfilled, Capulet promises Paris that he can marry her later in the week by Act III.
No. He wants Juliet to marry Paris.
They plan for Juliet to marry Paris
what does lord capulet threaten to do to juliet if she doesnt marry paris
wait to she atleast 16
Marry Paris or I throw you out of the house.
She can support herself if she doesn't marry him.
Love: When Paris first asks for Juliets hand Capulet says that Juliet must agree to the marriage before it will happen. Anger: When Juliet told Capulet that she does not wish to marry Paris, her father is furious and tells her that she will marry Capulet, or she will be kicked out of the house and onto the streets.
Because Lord Capulet thinks that Juliet has too much grieve over Tybalt. He wants Paris to even marry Juliet quicker so she will get better. But she of course is grieving over Romeo leaving to mantua.
Paris and Juliet will marry on Thursday.