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What is Paris doing at the Capulet tomb?
Paris arrives at the Capulet tomb to lay flowers in Juliet’s memory. His page warns him that someone is approaching, and they hide in the bushes outside the tomb.
Why is Paris at the 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.
Why is Paris at Juliet’s tomb Why does Paris believe Romeo has come?
Romeo wants to go in the tomb to see Juliet, and to get the ring from her ‘dead’ finger. Why does Paris think that Romeo has come to the tomb? Paris thinks Romeo is there to desecrate the tomb since he is from the rival family. … Romeo’s mom is dead of a broken heart from his banishment.
When Paris sees Romeo trying to enter the tomb Why does he assume Romeo?
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|Romeo gives Balthasar two reasons for entering the Capulet’s tomb. What are those two reasons?||He wants to see Juliet’s face and take her ring.|
|Why does Paris think that Romeo has come to the tomb?||to commit awful crimes against Tybalt and Juliet|
What happens when Romeo and Paris meet?
Romeo kills Paris. What happens when Romeo and Paris meet? … He takes the poison, and no sooner does Romeo die, than Friar Laurence comes along – but too late.
Why does Paris feel justified in killing Romeo?
Why does Paris feel justified his determination to kill Romeo? … By saying he’s trying to carry out a plan with his dead wife, When Paris refuses Romeo’s plea, Romeo kills him. Then after discovering who he has killed, places him in the Capulet valult next to Juliet.
Which best describes Romeo’s attitude toward Tybalt and Paris as he enters the Capulets tomb in Act V Scene III of The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet?
Which best describes Romeo’s attitude toward Tybalt and Paris as he enters the Capulets’ tomb? He is glad to have killed them because they helped to bring about the tragedy.
What is Paris dying wish What does Romeo realize about Paris after his death?
Romeo buries Paris with Juliet because this is Paris’s dying wish. Grief and misery, rather than any quarrel, lead Romeo and Paris to fight, and when Romeo kills Paris, he bears him no ill-will. He did not even know whom he was fighting until he looks at the dead man’s…
When Romeo arrives at the tomb he discovers Paris and what?
Romeo arrives at Juliet’s tomb, and finds Paris mourning. They fight, and Paris dies (1). Romeo enters the tomb, finds Juliet’s body , drinks the poison, and dies (2). Friar Lawrence approaches and enters the tomb, seeing Paris’ blood at the entrance, and then discovers Romeo and Paris dead, near Juliet, who awakes.
How do the bodies of Paris Romeo and Juliet end up in the Capulets tomb?
According to Friar Laurence’s plan, Juliet drinks the sleeping potion and was thought to be dead by everyone and buried in the Capulets’ tomb. … They get into a tussle with each other and Romeo ends up killing Paris before drinking the poison that he had brought with him.