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    Lord Capulet Never Knew

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    Lord Capulet Never knew Lord Capulet was a very wealthy man. But he was also the cause for Romeo and Juliet’s deaths. He never knew what he was doing, lord Capulet let Romeo stay at the party, force Juliet to get married, and didn’t like the Montagues. Romeo was very depressed and went to the party. Tybalt saw Romeo and told lord Capulet. Capulet responded by saying “he shall be endured (Act 1 scene 5, 74). This Tybalt mad and made him want to fight Romeo and made Romeo see Juliet for the first time. After Romeo met Juliet they got married not even 3 days later. Only a few people knew about this like the nurse and friar. Lord Capulet never knew so he wanted Juliet to get married. He force her to get married or she would get kick out “it…

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    by the emotions and feelings which was brought to centre stage, not only did it bring laughter and joy to the theatre, he also has written a play which in the 20th century is still being used. The fine gentleman’s name was William Shakespeare. In this controlled assessment I will be analysing how lord Capulet, the father of Juliet is presented in the film as well as in the play. Certain key features will be analysed from how and Elizabethan father’s duty was in the time in which the play was…

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    Is there more to Lord Capulet than just shouting and threats? Does Lord Capulet care about Juliet, or is he just worried about his family’s honor? Evidence from the play seems to support the Capulet that loves Juliet, and wants to see her happy, even though at points it seems like Capulet could not care less about what Juliet wants. Family honor does play some role in Capulet’s decisions, but it is wrong to assume that a better name for himself is the only thing driving him. It is also important…

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    In the story Romeo and Juliet written by Shakespeare, Lord Capulet was the most to blame for the deaths. First, Lord Capulet is to blame because he was willing to force Juliet to marry Paris and if she wouldn’t he would not be hesitant to kick her out of the house.“Graze where you will, your shall not house with me.”(3.5.216.) Juliet does not want to marry Paris because she barely even knows who he is! Also, she has met him one time at a party and she wasn’t even paying any attention to him…

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    father of Juliet, Lord Capulet, seems a powerful man, who follows the family tradition of despising all Montagues. However, throughout the tragic love story of Romeo and Juliet, Lord Capulet’s authoritative and hateful persona evolves into that of a loving and forgiving man. This change shows through in the first fight scene between the Montagues and the Capulets, during the fight between him and Juliet about the wedding, and the suicide of Juliet and Romeo. Tensions in the city of Verona run…

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    How far does Shakespeare present Lord Capulet as a good father? In Act 1 Scene 2, the audience has an impression that Lord Capulet is a considerate and caring father. Through the use of the agrarian metaphor 'too soon marred are those so early made', Shakespeare might be showing how Lord Capulet feels that he is marring Juliet's virginity and forcing her into motherhood. Also, he feels she is 'too ripe to be a bride' and 'has not yet seen the change of fourteen years'. In the Elizabethan era,…

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    Who is it to blame for the deaths of the people in the story of romeo and juliet who is at fault at this. Many people has a role in this but, in my opinion lord capulet is the one to blame. In many situations lord capulet is to blame for his idiotic decisions that no one wanted to agree with, he wa the one to start the feud between montague and capulet. This caused them to fight and sometimes even kill each other which led to even worse punishment by the princess The feud also cause romeo…

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    Verona, the place where you find love but is taken away by someone you never thought would. Juliet gets married to Romeo with only the nurse, and Friar Laurence knowing. When Lord Capulet wants Juliet to be happy and for the family to be politically beneficial he arranges a marriage with Count Paris. In this tragedy, Romeo and Juliet, set in the 1500s, William Shakespeare shows Lord Capulet as understanding at first, and caring for Juliet but then is forthcoming. Lord Capulet is primarily…

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    play Romeo and Juliet, Lord Capulet is partially to blame for the tragedy due to his inconsideration of his daughter’s opinions and feelings, however Friar Laurence takes most of the blame because of his failed plan to reunite the couple and his well-intentioned, but disastrous decision to marry them in the first place. Lord Capulet, although formally wanting Juliet’s consent to marry Paris, now threatens to disown her if she refuses. He expresses his disappointment and rage towards Juliet by…

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    have been done to prevent their suicides, these "star-crossed lovers" ultimately are not able to avoid their destiny. A series of unfortunate circumstances result in disaster, even though many people could be blame for their death, lord Capulet , lady Capulet , and Paris play a particularly integral role. While some believe that romeo is responsible for Juliet and himself death, this is not the case . Upon further investigation lord Capulet should receive the blame. Admittedly, lord Capulet has…

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