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Romeo and Juliet

Why is the prince angry with lord Capulet and lord Montague?

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They and their followers were fighting in the streets.

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Because they keep on disturbing the peace of Verona (whenever the two households fight, the peace is disturbed)


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After lord Capulet lost his daughter and lord Montague his son, they realized that no more lives should be taking from this aging feud. So lord Capulet promised to make a monument of Romeo and Montague would make a monument of Juliet.


Montague vowed to make a gold statue of Juliet, and Capulet promised to make one of Romeo.



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Tybalt just recognizes Romeo when he sees him, and he is angry, so he goes to tell Lord Capulet.


They make gold Statues of each others children. Lord Montague makes one of Juliet and Lord Capulet makes one for Romeo. They make gold Statues of each others children. Lord Montague makes one of Juliet and Lord Capulet makes one for Romeo.


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.


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Lord Montague promises to put up a gold statue of Juliet in the middle of town, and Lord Capulet promises to put up a gold statue of Romeo in his town.


A golden statue of Romeo (Montague had already given him a golden statue of Juliet)


The Montague and Capulet families are enemies and always fighting and in a feud. When Tybalt hears Romeo's voice, he automatically realizes that he's there and tells Lord Capulet because Montague are not allowed at the party.


By making golden statues of each others' childrenLord Capulet is going to build a gold statue of Romeo and Lord Montague is going to build a gold statue of Juliet... Remember that Juliet is a Capulet and Romeo is a Montague... They also decide to end the feud.. If that wasn't already obvious...


Romeo's parents are lord and lady Montague Juliet's parents are lord and lady Capulet.


Prince, Juliet, Lord Capulet, and Lady Capulet.


"If ever you disturb our streets again your lives shall pay the forfeit of the peace." In other words, if the Capulets and Montagues fight again, he will put them to death.


Romeo is a Montague and Juliet is a Capulet; they are from two families who dislike each other. When Lord Capulet wanted Juliet to marry Paris she refused so he threatened to disown her.


Lord Capulet is the uncle of Tybalt, who dies while sword fighting, or fencing, with Romeo.


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Lord Montage plans to honor the memory of Juliet by creating a solid-gold statue


None. The only rich lord around is the County Paris, and he does not appear to have a job. Montague and Capulet are not lords (although they are rich), despite the fact that many people erroneously call them "Lord Capulet" and "Lord Montague". They are strictly middle class guys.



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