You asked: Why did Capulet advance the wedding date?

Lord Capulet believes that Juliet would benefit from having a partner during the difficult time, who would prevent her from shedding tears over Tybalt. She is still grieving over Tybalt’s death, and Lord Capulet feels that Paris will help her get over the loss, which is why he is moving the wedding date up.

What change does Capulet make to the wedding date?

What change does Lord Capulet make in the wedding plans? Lord Capulet moves the wedding from Thursday to Wednesday.

What does Lord Capulet decide to do about the wedding?

Lord Capulet, worried by his daughter’s frantic grief over her cousin’s death, decides that marriage might help her recover. He decides that Juliet and Paris should be married later that week. … He tells her that she can either obey him and marry his friend Paris, or that she can leave his house and live in the streets.

Why does Capulet move the wedding up to Wednesday and how does this affect the timing of the Friar’s plans?

Although Lord Capulet moves the wedding a day forward, it would not have any effect on Friar Laurence’s original plan. The plan was that Juliet would take the potion, which would induce a death-like sleep that same night (Tuesday) and she would awaken forty-two hours later.

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Who finds Juliet dead?

The Nurse finds Juliet, apparently dead. Hearing the commotion the Nurse makes, Capulet and Lady Capulet enter, horrified to find their daughter in such a state. Then Friar Lawrence and Paris arrive to fetch the bride for the wedding, and everyone grieves her loss.

Why did Capulet move the wedding to Thursday?

Lord Capulet believes that Juliet would benefit from having a partner during the difficult time, who would prevent her from shedding tears over Tybalt. She is still grieving over Tybalt’s death, and Lord Capulet feels that Paris will help her get over the loss, which is why he is moving the wedding date up.

Why does Paris say Capulet rushed the marriage?

So, it is important for Paris to not disappoint the man who will be his father-in-law. In Act IV, scene i, Paris explains to Friar Laurence his rush to marry Juliet. He says it’s because she is grieving too much over her cousin Tybalt’s death. She has been spending too much time alone.

Why does Lady Capulet visit with Juliet?

In this scene, Lady Capulet visits with Juliet because she wants to talk about marriage. Specifically, she wants to know Juliet’s feelings (“disposition”) about getting married. Despite Juliet’s young age, Lady Capulet informs her that many other girls from noble families are already married and have a child.

Why does Lord Capulet allow Paris to marry Juliet?

Lord Capulet is concerned about his daughter’s emotions and believes that marrying Paris will bring her happiness. … Capulet decides that it will help Juliet recover from what he thinks is her grief over the death of Tybalt if she marries Paris.

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Why has Capulet suddenly changed the wedding to tomorrow?

Why does Capulet move the wedding? He wants to marry them before she changes her mind. She says she needs to say her prayers and prepare herself. She no longer trusts her.

Did Paris really love Juliet?

Even though Paris’s’ love for Juliet was seen as a mere affection for her beauty and Paris had planed to marry Juliet through an arranged marriage, but as the play gets to and end it is show that Paris truly did love Juliet.

Who first finds Juliet after she has taken the potion?

Romeo and Juliet Review

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Who discovers Juliet after she takes Friar Lawrence’s potion? The nurse.
Who proposes that a gold statue of Juliet be built in Verona? Montague.
To which powerful figure is Paris related? Prince Escalus
How and where does Romeo commit suicide? With poison in Juliet’s tomb.
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