Table of Contents
- 1 Why is Juliet so willing to trust the Friar Do you think she is wise to do so?
- 2 Who did Juliet trust the most?
- 3 Who first killed Juliet?
- 4 What does the friar’s plan include?
- 5 Why did Friar Laurence help Romeo and Juliet?
- 6 When Romeo goes to the Friar with whom does the Friar think he has spent the night?
Why is Juliet so willing to trust the Friar Do you think she is wise to do so?
Why is Juliet so willing to trust the Friar? Is she wise to follow his advice? He is her only hope, and his plans usually work. Yes, because she has no other option besides death in her mind.
Who did Juliet trust the most?
All signs point towards Friar Lawrence. He is to Romeo what Nurse is to Juliet. He offers advice, wisdom and (when he needs it most) a great escape plan. After her Nurse seems to turn on her, Juliet turns to Friar Lawrence as a last resort.
Why do Romeo and Juliet trust the nurse and Friar Lawrence?
The nurse’s behavior indicates an abiding affection for Juliet. It is the nurse who acts as a messenger for the lovers. Her discretion and resourcefulness makes it possible for Friar Lawrence to marry Romeo and Juliet in secret. So, she advises Juliet to forget Romeo and to accept Paris as a husband.
What does Juliet think Friar Lawrence does?
Juliet questions whether the friar might have given her a poison “lest in this marriage he should be dishonour’d / Because he married me before to Romeo.” She is saying that she is afraid the friar might have poisoned her in order to protect his own reputation and, indeed, possibly his soul in the eyes of God.
Who first killed Juliet?
Capulet sends the Nurse to go wake Juliet. She finds Juliet dead and begins to wail, soon joined by both Lady Capulet and Capulet. Paris arrives with Friar Lawrence and a group of musicians for the wedding.
What does the friar’s plan include?
The friar proposes a plan: Juliet must consent to marry Paris; then, on the night before the wedding, she must drink a sleeping potion that will make her appear to be dead. Juliet will be laid to rest in the Capulet tomb, and the friar will send word to Romeo in Mantua to help him retrieve her when she wakes up.
Does Juliet trust the friar?
Why does Juliet trust the Friar? Juliet trust him because he is older and a clergyman. She also doesn’t have any other options.
Who is more trustworthy the Nurse or Friar Lawrence?
However, given what Romeo and Juliet know during the course of the play before the Friar’s scheme, the Friar does seem to be more trustworthy, afterall he is a man of the Church and seems to be one of the only people who support their love.
Why did Friar Laurence help Romeo and Juliet?
Why did Friar Laurence help Romeo and Juliet? When Romeo asks Friar Lawrence to marry him and Juliet, Friar Lawrence agrees because he thinks their marriage might bring about the end of the feud between their two families.
When Romeo goes to the Friar with whom does the Friar think he has spent the night?
The Friar assumes at first that Romeo has spent the night with Rosaline, but Romeo replies that he has “forgot that name and that name’s woe.” This is encouraging to the Friar, who then asks where exactly Romeo has been to create such a change in his demeanor, which now exudes warmth and love.
Does Juliet think Friar Lawrence will betray her?
She will die or wake up alone in the tomb. Why does Juliet think Friar Lawrence might betray her? Juliet is dead.
Why does Juliet think the Friar should prevent her marriage to Paris?
Why is Friar Laurence reluctant to marry Paris to Juliet? Friar Laurence is reluctant to marry Paris to Juliet because she is already married to Romeo, so that means she would be married to two people at once.