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How does Paris describe Juliet?
Paris is the solid, upstanding alternative to the rash and unacceptable Romeo. Throughout the drama, Paris regards Juliet as his bride and mourns her sadly after she pretends to be dead. He dies at the hands of Romeo, never knowing that his intended bride was already married to him.
How does Paris really feel about Juliet Act 5?
How do you think Paris feels about Juliet? By this time, Paris is committed to marrying Juliet. He may not love her in the way Romeo does, as this was to be an “arranged” marriage. But by the end of the play he was obviously willing to fight for her and her family.
Does Paris really love Juliet?
Even though Paris’s’ love for Juliet was seen as a mere affection for her beauty and Paris had planed to marry Juliet through an arranged marriage, but as the play gets to and end it is show that Paris truly did love Juliet. Paris is a noble and a friend of lord Capulet.
How does Juliet respond to Paris?
How does Juliet respond to Paris’ complements in this act? Evasively. She is trying to be polite but does not want to admit that she will marry Paris, since she has no intention of doing so. Juliet will essentially be dead, but after 24 hours she will wake up out of a “pleasant sleep.”
How would you describe Paris?
Paris (nicknamed the “City of light”) is the capital city of France, and the largest city in France. Paris is also the center of French economy, politics, traffic and culture. Paris has many art museums and historical buildings. As a traffic center, Paris has a very good underground subway system (called the Metro).
Why is Paris at Juliet’s tomb?
Paris was betrothed to Juliet, and fully expected (and wanted) to marry her. He is taking the news of her “death” very hard, and he goes to the tomb to place flowers on her grave.
What happens to Paris in Romeo and Juliet?
Romeo kills Paris. As he dies, Paris asks to be laid near Juliet in the tomb, and Romeo consents. Romeo descends into the tomb carrying Paris’s body. He finds Juliet lying peacefully, and wonders how she can still look so beautiful—as if she were not dead at all.
Why is Paris in love with Juliet?
Romeo kills Paris, but, before Paris dies he says to Romeo, “Open the tomb, lay me with Juliet.” This request suggests that Paris loves Juliet because he wants to be laid next to her when he is dead. He wants to spend eternity with her, side by side. Paris argues, “Younger than she are happy mothers made” (1.2.
What kind of love does Paris have for Juliet?
You will be writing a paper that proves that a character from Romeo and Juliet demonstrates a specific type of love. These are listed as follows: Unrequited Love: Romeo for Rosaline, Paris for Juliet. Romantic Love: Romeo and Juliet.
Does Juliet tell Paris she will marry him?
Juliet tells Paris that she will marry him. Juliet tells Friar Laurence that she would rather kill herself than marry Paris. Friar Laurence proposes that Juliet uses a sleeping potion and pretends to be dead on her wedding day. Juliet fears that Romeo will never come to claim her in the tomb.