What does Lady Capulet do in Act 1 Scene 3?
Lady Capulet, herself a woman who married at a young age, offers complete support for her husband’s plan for their daughter, and puts pressure on Juliet to think about Paris as a husband before Juliet has begun to think about marriage at all.
What does Lady Capulet do in Act 3?
Lady Capulet enters and assumes Juliet’s visible grief is a result of Tybalt’s death. But she comes bearing good news: Capulet has arranged for Juliet to marry Paris, and soon. Juliet refuses, and continues to do so even when her father enters and threatens to throw her out if she doesn’t.
What does Lady Capulet compares Paris to in Act 1 Scene 3?
Lady Capulet The nurse describes Paris as “a man of wax” meaning that he’s as handsome as a statue, and then she enthusiastically agrees with Lady Capulet’s description of him as a “flower.” But to wax means to swell (as in a waxing moon) and to flower means to sprout.
Why has Lady Capulet come to talk to Juliet in Scene III?
In this scene, Lady Capulet visits with Juliet because she wants to talk about marriage. Specifically, she wants to know Juliet’s feelings (“disposition”) about getting married. Despite Juliet’s young age, Lady Capulet informs her that many other girls from noble families are already married and have a child.
What happens in Act 1 Scene 3 of Macbeth?
Passage 1: Act 1 Scene 3 MACBETH [Aside] Two truths are told, As happy prologues to the swelling act Of the imperial theme.–I thank you, gentlemen. [Aside] This supernatural soliciting Cannot be ill, cannot be good: if ill, Why hath it given me earnest of success, Commencing in a truth? I am thane of Cawdor:
What happens in Act 1 Scene 3 of Romeo and Juliet?
Summary: Act 1, scene 3. In Capulet’s house, just before the feast is to begin, Lady Capulet calls to the Nurse, needing help to find her daughter. Juliet enters, and Lady Capulet dismisses the Nurse so that she might speak with her daughter alone. She immediately changes her mind, however, and asks the Nurse to remain and add her counsel.
What does Juliet say to Lady Capulet in Romeo and Juliet?
Lady Capulet asks Juliet what she thinks about getting married. Juliet replies that she has not given it any thought. Lady Capulet observes that she gave birth to Juliet when she was almost Juliet’s current age.
What did the nurse say to Lady Capulet?
Before Lady Capulet can begin to speak, the Nurse launches into a long story about how, as a child, an uncomprehending Juliet became an innocent accomplice to a sexual joke. Lady Capulet tries unsuccessfully to stop the wildly amused Nurse. An embarrassed Juliet forcefully commands that the Nurse stop.