Lord & Lady Capulet

Theme: People shouldn't be so cruel, rude, and judgemental

Act 1, Scene 1... Lines 83-84

In the Play, Romeo and Juliet, Shakespeare made the character of Lord and Lady Capulet as mean and judge mental. In Act 1 and Scene 1 the writer have proven that Lord Capulet is not the type of person anybody would have as a king. It states "My sword I say, Old Montague is come and flurishes his blade in spite of me." (Shakespeare 996). The writer wanted to show that Lord Capulet wants revenge for everything the Montague's have done. In this quote the Capulet is speaking to the Lady Capulet ordering for his sword to fight off the enemies.

Act 3 scene 4... Lines 16-20

Lord and Lady Capulet were trying to get Juliet married to Paris by force, saying that he is the best for her and that he will keep her happy for the rest of her life. In the play it says "Sir Paris, I will make a desperate tender of my child's love I think she will be ruled. In all respects by me; nay more, I doubt it not." This is stating that the Sir Capulet is talking to Paris about his wedding with Juliet.

Romeo and Juilet

Act 3, Scene 5... Lines 185-189

Nurse is talking to Capulet about Juliet and how she doesn't want to marry Paris. " But now I see this one too much, and that we have a curse in having her. Out on her hiding."(Shakespeare 1068). This means that Lord Capulet wants Juliet to follow his rules and thinks that she is a bad curse that god has sent them. This quote relates to the theme because Lord Capulet is very ruling and mean. He thinks that everybody has to go his way

Act 4, Scene 2 Lines 40-41

In this Scene Lord Capulet is forcing Nurse to go and help out Juliet. This means that he is very Rude and ruling-ful. In the play it said that "GO Nurse, go with her. We'll do church tomorrow." (Shakespeare 1077). The Lord Capulet is talking to the Nurse about Juliet and how she needs to go with her.