Essay heading: Romeo and Juliet

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Lady Capulet then announces the ‘good’ news by saying “marry next Thursday morn, the county Paris, at Saint Peters church, shall happily make thee a joyful bride.” Her Mother and Father do not know she has married Romeo. When Juliet knows that she has an arranged marriage she says “He shall not make me a joyful bride!” Juliet is upset and does not know whether she will see Romeo ever again...
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At this point an Elizabethan audience would be horrified that Juliet had married someone else and not told her parents, they would also be horrified that she had refused to marry Paris as in this century arranged marriages were common. When Lord Capulet enters Juliet’s room he is in a good mood, as he doesn’t know Juliet has refused to marry Paris, he says “Wife, have you delivered our decree?” Lady Capulet replies “Ay, but she will none, she gives you thanks...
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