Lord Capulet To Juliet In William Shakespeare's Romeo And Juliet

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Did you know that having a bad connection with your daughter as a father can lead to her making bad decisions in choosing boyfriends? Romeo and Juliet is a play by William Shakespeare. It's about the son and daughter of two feuding families who fell in love. They try to live married secretly, but when Romeo gets exiled from Verona, Juliet threatens to kill herself unless Friar Lawrence helps her. A plan is made to fake her death, but Romeo thinks she's dead and drinks poison and dies When Juliet wakes up, she finds Romeo dead and stabs herself. There are many people to blame for their deaths, but Lord Capulet, Juliet's father, is to blame the most. He's to blame because he started the feud between the families, cause family members to die and his poor connection as a father to Juliet. People might think that Romeo is most to blame because he was impulsive and rushed everything. In the play, Romeo and Juliet meet at a party and proclaims his love to her. Juliet says, “If your intentions as a lover are truly honorable and you want to marry me, send me word tomorrow.” (Text 1, Page 89). This quote shows that after just meeting, they love each other and want to get married because Romeo rushed everything, leading to more fights and deaths from each family when he’d refuse to …show more content…
When Juliet refuses to marry Paris, her father gets mad and threatens to disown her if she doesn't. He says, “You're going to Saint Peters Church to marry Paris. And if you don't go on your own, I'll drag you there. You disgust me, you little bug!You worthless girl! You pale face!” (Text 1, Page 199). Research supports this reason in text 2. “A father who is less engaged can also affect his teenage daughter's choice of boyfriends.” (Text 2, Line 30). This supports my thesis when Lord Capulet doesn't spend time with Juliet, making her want to be with Romeo instead of

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