Lord/Lady Capulet

Father and Mother


Lord and Lady Capulet play some what big roles in the play "Romeo and Juliet". They don't let their daughter, Juliet, make her own decisions in her life and that leads to some interesting events in the play. People should have have hatred for others. Because the Capulets have hatred for the Montagues, things don't end up very well for these two families in the end.
Act 3, Scene 1.

"He is a kinsman to the Montague; Affection makes him false, he speaks not true."

(1050, 190-191)

Lady Capulet is talking to the Prince because Romeo killed Tybalt.

Lady Capulet is hating on Romeo just because he is a Montague. She won't let him tell his side of the story.

Act 1, Scene 5.

"He shall be endured, What, good man boy? I say he shall." (1015, 84-85)

Lord Capulet is speaking to Tybalt about Romeo being at the party.

Lord Capulet is putting aside his difference for a moment for the sake of the party.

Act 5, Scene 3.

"As rich shall Romeo's by his lady's lie- poor sacrifices of our enmity." (1102 328-329)

Lord Capulet is speaking to the Prince about Romeo and Juliet. Lord Capulet and Lord Montague decide they are going to stop the feud between them for the sake of their children.

Act 3, scene 5.

"Talk not to me, for I'll not speak a word. Dods thou wilt, for I am done with thee. (1069 230-233)

Lady Capulet is talking to Juliet. Lady Capulet is talking to Juliet about how, if she doesn't marry Paris she is pretty much dead to her.