Romeo and Juliet

Lord & Lady Capulet

Act 1, Scene 5

"It fits when such a villain is a guest. I'll not endure him.' 'He shall be endured....I say he shall. Go to."'

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Capulet is arguing with Tybalt about Romeo being allowed at the party. Tybalt wants to fight Romeo but Lord Capulet refuses to let him do that. This halps to show the theme that people should get along by showing that if the Capulet's and Montague's got along in the first place this argument between Lord Capulet and Tybalt wouldn't even be taking place.

Act 3, Scene 5

"'Marry my child....' 'He shall not make me there a joyful bride! I wonder at this haste..."'

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Lady Capulet and Juliet are fighting about how her mother wants her to marry Paris but Juliet refuses to marry him because of her love for Romeo. This helps to show the theme by showing that if Juliet and her mother could come to a compromise about Juliet marrying then this argument wouldn't be needed.

Act 3, Scene 5

"'I beseech you on my knees...' ' Hang thee, young baggage! disobediant wretch..."'

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Lord Capulet is disowning his daughter because she will not marry Paris willingly. This helps to show the theme that people should get along by showing that if Lord Capulet got along with Juliet and didn't fight with her and wasn't trying to force her to do something that she doesn't want to do then their father-daughter relationship would be better.

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Act 4, Scene 2

'''No, not till Thursday, There is time enough.' 'Go nurse, go with her. We'll go to church tomorrow.'''

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This helps to show the theme that people should get along by showing that if Lord and Lady Capulet got along better and could agree then their marriage would be better and they wouldn't fight all the time over silly things.

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