You Will Marry Paris or be Banished From This House

You Will Marry Paris or be Banished From This House
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  • Romeo and Juliet wake up to the sound of a bird singing. After a quick fight over what type of bird had sang it's song, the nurse comes in and tells them that Juliet's mom is on her way up. Romeo leaves after a lengthy good bye and a kiss. Romeo leaves Verona.
  • I must hear from thee every day in the hour.
  • Dry sorrow drinks our blood. Adieu, adieu!
  • Lady Capulet comes in to tell Juliet she will be getting married to County Paris. Lady Capulet thinks her daughter is sad because Tybalt is dead. She then reassures Juliet that she will send a person to Mantua to kill him. Juliet tells her not to do that using hate as love. 
  • That is because the traitor murderer lives.
  • God pardon him! I do with all my heart.
  • Finally, Lady Capulet gets to the point and tells Juliet that she will be marrying Paris on Thursday morning. Juliet is stunned and politely tells her mom that she doesn't want to marry him and will never be happy. Lady Capulet tells her that she can tell her father that.
  • Marry, my child,... The County Paris, at Saint Peter's Church
  • Now, by Saint Peter's Church and Peter too, He shall not make me there a joyful bride.
  • Lord Capulet and the Nurse enter Juliet's room. Lord Capulet is excited about the marriage, but is stunned to find Juliet crying. Lady Capulet then tells him that Juliet doesn't want to get married to Paris.
  • Ay, sir: but she will none, she gives you thanks. I would the fool were married to her grave!
  • How now!... what, still in tears?
  • Lord Capulet is furious and tell Juliet that she is getting married if she wants to or not. Juliet and her father argue and Juliet continues to tell him that she is not going to get married. Their argument ends when Lord Capulet says that is she doesn't get married then fine, but she will be banished from their family. 
  • The God had lent us but this only child:... And that we have a curse in having her: Out on her hilding!
  • Good father, I beseech you on my knees, Hear me with patience but to speak a word.
  • Lord Capulet leaves the room and Juliet tries  to get her mom to agree with her. Lady Capulet agrees with Lord Capulet and Leaves the room. after speaking with the nurse, Juliet tells the nurse to go tell her parents that she will marry Paris and that she is going to Friar Laurence for confession. Juliet decides that if Friar Laurence can't help her then she will die.
  • Go in: and tell my lady I am gone,... to make confession and to be absolved.
  • Marry, I will; and this is wisely done.
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