CAPULET character map

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  • CAPULET
    • PRIDE
      • Macho male attitude
        • speaks in imperatives
    • PARENT AND CHILD
      • positive
        • He seems to care about her wants and needs; wanting her to be happy
          • my will to her consent is but a part.
          • she agreed, within her scope of choice lies my consent and fair according voice
        • at the start of the play Capulet denies Paris' marriage proposal to Juliet.
          • let two more summers wither in their pride, ere we think her ripe to be a bride.
          • portrayed as a kind, loving and protective father figure.
        • Capulet is fond of his daughter, they seem to have a positive father-daughter relationship
          • she is the hopeful lady of my earth
        • At the end of the play, Capulet mornes his daughters death
          • Death is my son in law! Death is my heir!
          • o my child! O my child! My soul and not my child!
          • Finally, he puts the feud to rest
            • O brother Montague, give me thy hand.
        • uses poetic lang to describe Juliet
      • negative
        • capulet gets aggressive when Juliet won't do as he says and marry Paris
          • Patriarchal society
            • PRIDE
              • Macho male attitude
                • speaks in imperatives
            • At the time of writing, daughters were owned by their fathers and then by their husbands.
          • he feels as if his authority is being questioned by her defiance
          • I will drag thee
          • an you be mine, I gave you to my friend; an you be not, hang, beg, starve, die in the streets.
          • hang thee young baggage! disobedient wretch.
          • my fingers itch
    • CONFLICT
      • negative
        • capulet gets aggressive when Juliet won't do as he says and marry Paris
          • Patriarchal society
            • At the time of writing, daughters were owned by their fathers and then by their husbands.
          • he feels as if his authority is being questioned by her defiance
          • I will drag thee
          • an you be mine, I gave you to my friend; an you be not, hang, beg, starve, die in the streets.
          • hang thee young baggage! disobedient wretch.
          • my fingers itch

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