Bad Decisions In Shakespeare's Romeo And Juliet

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rences causes both families to make bad decisions. Juliet’s father force Juliet to marry Paris a kinsman of the prince, and the suitor of Juliet’s most preferred by Capulet. Once Capulet has promised him he can marry Juliet, he starts to change and act’s presumptuous toward her, acting as if he is already married to her. This shows me Juliet’s father really want her to marry Paris when she has feelings for Romeo and like him alot. In addition Paris is agreeing with Juliets father with her marrying Paris. An example (Lady Capulet) “Marry, that marry is the very theme i came to talk of. Tell me daughter Juliet, How stands your disposition to be married? (Juliet) It is an honour that i dream not of”. Lady capulet wants to know if Juliet wants to get married with Paris. Juliet should not listen with her father because sometimes parents see all good things…show more content…
the boy friend does not want their parent seeing them behave bad to their daughter. Thats why Juliets father wants juliet to marry Paris and thats why Paris is acting different to Juliet. Juliets father is trying to tell Juliet to marry Paris because everything Paris does around Juliets father is good, but Juliets father doesn’t see the bad side of him. Juliet and Romeo tend to sneak out at night to see each other because their parents don't want them seeing each other. On Act 3 SceneV (Juliet) “Do you have to go? It’s yet near daylight. It was the nightingale and not the lark that you heard and that caused you to worry. Every night she sings on that pomegranate tree over there. belive me, love, it was the nightingale.(Romeo)It was the lark, who signals the morning, not the nightingale. Look, my love, at the envious steaks of daylight piercing the clouds in the east. the stars, nights candles, have
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