Romeo and Juliet - Act 3, Scene 4 Summary & Analysis

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Act 3, Scene 4 Summary

Capulet, Lady Capulet, and Paris are talking in the Capulet house. The group believes that Juliet is beside herself because of how much she has loved Tybalt and they are worried about her and want to help her get over it. The talk moves to Paris marrying Juliet and they believe that the marriage will make Juliet happy and so they arrange that Paris will marry her in three days.

Act 3, Scene 4 Analysis

The Capulets do not know that Juliet is married to Romeo and that she is upset. The Capulets believe that the reason that she is upset is because of the death of her cousin. The couple wants to be good parents and make her feel better. When a young woman is raised to believe that her being married is one of the best things that can happen to her, the parents decide...

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