Lord & Lady Capulet

People should take others into consideration

Act 3, Scene 4

Lord Capulet is demanding that Paris and Juliet get married: "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" (1061, 16-20). This quote relates to the theme because Lord Capulet wants Paris and Juliet to get married, so he's forcing Juliet something she does not want to do.
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Theme: Act 3, Scene 5

Juliet is pleading with her mother to not follow through with the idea of a wedding with Paris: "Talk to me not, for I'll not speak a word. Do as thou wilt, for I have done with thee" (1069, 230-232). Lady Capulet will not give into Juliet's cries for help, so she refuses to speak to her daughter. The Lady agrees with Lord Capulet and the decision they're making for somebody else's life.
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Act 3, Scene 5

Lady Capulet is speaking to Juliet about marrying Paris: "Marry, my child, early next Thursday morn. The gallant, young and noble gentlemen" (1066, 126-129). Lady Capulet insists on Juliet to marry Paris defending her husband on this decision.
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Act 3, Scene 5

Lord Capulet is speaking to Nurse telling her to be quiet and take her words else where: "Peace, You mumbling fool! Utter your gravity o'er a gossips's bowl, for here we need it not" (1068, 198-200). Lord Capulet is out of control and telling Nurse what to do while being overly rude at the same time.
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