What change does Capulet make in the wedding plans in Scene II?

How does Capulet change the wedding plans in Scene 2?

Lord Capulet is ecstatic over her change in heart, and he moves the wedding date to the very next day. This doesn’t bother Juliet, because she doesn’t plan to be around for the wedding anyway. It’s an unexpected twist in the play.

What changes does Lord Capulet make for Juliet’s wedding?

Lord Capulet then changes his mind in act 3. Tybalt is dead, and Lord Capulet thinks that getting married will help Juliet deal with her grief. He decides that Paris and Juliet will marry later that week. He tells her this in act 3, scene 5, and Juliet is not happy.

What changes does Capulet make to the wedding plans how does this affect the Friars plans?

Although Lord Capulet moves the wedding a day forward, it would not have any effect on Friar Laurence’s original plan. The plan was that Juliet would take the potion, which would induce a death-like sleep that same night (Tuesday) and she would awaken forty-two hours later.

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What are the changes Lord Capulet makes?

Lord Capulet changes from a considerate, sensible father in act one to a brash, overbearing guardian in act three. Initially, Lord Capulet wants Juliet to make her own decision regarding her future husband and believes that she is too young to get married.

Who finds Juliet dead?

The Nurse finds Juliet, apparently dead. Hearing the commotion the Nurse makes, Capulet and Lady Capulet enter, horrified to find their daughter in such a state. Then Friar Lawrence and Paris arrive to fetch the bride for the wedding, and everyone grieves her loss.

Why does Juliet lie to her father Lord Capulet in Scene II?

Families often tell little white lies to keep the peace, but Juliet is about to tell a whopper in Act 4, Scene 2, of Romeo and Juliet. Juliet tells her father that she will agree to follow his wishes and marry Paris.

Who discovers Juliet’s dead body in the morning?

Juliet is found ‘dead’ (Act 4 Scene 4)

The Nurse discovers Juliet ‘s ‘body’ dead’ when she goes to wake her for her marriage Paris. Friar Laurence is called, counsels the family to accept their grief, and arranges for Juliet to be ‘buried’ immediately.

Why does Lord Capulet let Paris marry Juliet?

Why does Lord Capulet agree to let Paris marry Juliet? He wants to make Juliet happy.

What do lines 55 59 mean?

what do lines 55-59 mean? she wants to be with Romeo, not paris.

What is the main point of Friar Lawrence’s plan?

Friar Lawrence’s plan is for Juliet to evade marriage with Paris by taking a sleeping potion that will make her appear to be dead. Once she is laid in the crypt, she will wake up. At that point, she can be reunited with Romeo, and the two can go to live as a married couple in Mantua.

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What is Paris doing talking to Friar Laurence?

The reason that he is going to talk to the friar is because the friar is supposed to marry Paris to Juliet in just a few days. Paris is presumably there to make plans about the wedding. Friar Laurence is kind of reluctant to do this because he knows that Juliet is married to Romeo.

What does Juliet believe is the only solution to her problem?

Once Paris leaves, Juliet confronts the Friar demanding a solution, and if one is not presented to her, she says she will take her own life that very instant. Suicide seems to be the only answer to her in that moment.