Why Is Romeo So Sad And Forlorn

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Romeo & Juliet Act 1, Scene 1. 1. What happens when the servants of the House of Montague and the House of Capulet meet in the streets? When the servants of both the Capulet and Montague’s House meet in the streets, they started a fight and it involved innocent bystanders in there scuffle. 2. What sentence does the Prince pronounce against any citizen found quarrelling in the streets of Verona? The sentence the Prince announced that if any citizen was found quarrelling in the streets of Verona would be that they would be spared in other words is killed. “Your lives shall pay the forfeit of the peace. 3. At the beginning of the play, why is Romeo so sad and forlorn? At the beginning of the play, Romeo was so sad and forlorn…show more content…
What is Juliet saying here and why is this ironic? Juliet is predicting that Romeo would die; she is saying Romeo looks dead and pale. “He looks the dead in the bottom of a tomb.” 2. What is Juliet’s reaction to the marriage plans and how does her father threaten her? How has Lord Capulet’s attitude changed from the beginning of the play? What type of father does he seem to be? Juliet reaction was that she refused to marry Paris, but her father’s reaction was very shock and sudden. He said to Juliet if she refused to the marriage, Juliet wouldn’t be recognized as the Lord Capulet’s daughter. Lord Capulet’s attitude just suddenly changed because he would rather have a great family reputation instead of his only daughter marrying her love. “Not proud you have, but thankful that you have. Proud can I never be of what I hate, but thankful even for hate that is meant love.” 3. What is the Nurse’s advice to Juliet? Why is this hurtful to her? The Nurse’s advice was just to go along with the marriage arrangements because Paris was a good guy, handsome and wealthy also Romeo and Juliet would never be together again for they lived in different cities. “Then, since the case so stands as now it doth, I think it best you married with the
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