What advice does the nurse give Juliet about Paris?

What advice does the nurse give Juliet in Act 2?

The nurse told Juliet in Act 2 that Romeo did indeed want to marry her and was to tell her parents that she was going to confession later that afternoon. In reality she would be going to meet Romeo and the Friar at the Abbey to marry.

What does the nurse suggest to Juliet Act 3 Scene 5?

The nurse’s recommendation is that Juliet marry Paris, a match which “excels” her first. She tries to encourage Juliet to do this by comparing Romeo unfavorably to Paris, saying that he is “a dishclout” next to Paris.

What does the nurse say about Paris?

The nurse describes Paris as “a man of wax” meaning that he’s as handsome as a statue, and then she enthusiastically agrees with Lady Capulet’s description of him as a “flower.” But to wax means to swell (as in a waxing moon) and to flower means to sprout.

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What is the nurse’s advice to Juliet Why is this surprising quote?

The Nurse Advises Juliet to Marry Paris Instead

Since no one else knows of the marriage (except Friar Laurence), The Nurse suggests that Juliet should just proceed as though her marriage to Romeo never happened. Faith, here it is.

What advice does the nurse give Juliet What is Juliet’s response?

in Act III, Scene 5, the nurse advises Juliet to marry Paris instead of Romeo, because Romeo is banished and Paris is, in her words “a lovely gentleman.”

How does Juliet treat Paris when they meet?

How does Juliet respond to Paris’s conversation when she meets him at the Friar’s cell? She plays with her words so Paris doesn’t realize she loves Romeo and is already married. … Then she will drink the friar’s potion, which will put her in a deep sleep for 42 hours.

When nurse tells Juliet to marry Paris What does Juliet realize?

4.5: The Nurse tries to wake Juliet for her wedding with Paris. At first, she teases Juliet about sleeping now since Paris will keep her up all night during their honeymoon. Then she realizes Juliet is no longer breathing. Along with the rest of Juliet’s family, the Nurse mourns over the body of her beloved girl.

What happens when the Capulets inform Juliet of her engagement to Paris?

What happens when the Capulets inform Juliet of her engagement to Paris? Juliet begs her father to reconsider.

What does the nurse tell Juliet to do why is Juliet angry with the nurse?

What does the nurse tell Juliet she should do? That she should marry Paris because he is better than Romeo and Juliet’s marriage is over. At the end of scene v, why is Juliet so angry with the nurse? Because the nurse advised Juliet to break her vows and she insulted Romeo.

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What is Juliet’s opinion of Paris?

Juliet admits just how powerful the influence of her parents is when she says of Paris: “I’ll look to like, looking liking move; / But no more deep will I endart mine eye / Than your consent gives strength to make it fly” (1.3.

What does the nurse say about Paris Why does she mention this do you think she was right to mention this to Romeo explain?

The Nurse said that Paris also wants to marry Juliet. The nurse says that Juliet’s love for Paris is leaving because she is in love with Romeo and wants to marry Romeo.

What is the nurses description of Paris and what does it suggest about him?

By referring to Paris as a “man of wax,” the Nurse is comparing him to an ideal man, who could serve as an artist’s inspiration and be sculpted out of wax. Typically, a wax figure would have perfect proportions and appear flawless, which is how the Nurse perceives the extremely handsome, wealthy Paris.