Table of Contents
- 1 How does Friar Laurence comfort the family?
- 2 What does Friar Laurence say in response to the cries of grief?
- 3 What does Friar Laurence say to the Capulets to help them cope with Juliet’s death?
- 4 What are Friar Laurence’s instructions to the Capulet family?
- 5 What advice does Friar Laurence give in his monologue 3.3 108 158 )? What plans have been made to resolve the issue for Romeo and Juliet?
- 6 What does Friar urge the Capulets to do why?
- 7 What is Friar Laurence’s plan as he heads for the Capulet tomb *?
- 8 What advice does Friar Lawrence give?
- 9 What is the dramatic irony in Friar Laurence’s speech?
- 10 Why is the friar important to Romeo and Juliet?
How does Friar Laurence comfort the family?
They dramatically mourn Juliet’s loss while the Friar maintains his deception by offering words of support about Divine Will, comforting the family by expressing the belief that Juliet is in heaven. He then arranges for Juliet’s body to be taken to the family vault.
What does Friar Laurence say in response to the cries of grief?
What is Friar Laurence’s reaction to the Capulet’s cries of grief? He tells them Juliet is in a better place.
What does Friar Laurence say to the Capulets to help them cope with Juliet’s death?
Shakespeare uses flower imagery when describing Juliet’s death. What does Friar Laurence say to comfort the Capulet family? Friar Laurence says’ the best people (like Juliet) died young, and that they should know she’s in a better place.
How does Friar Lawrence try to comfort Juliet’s grieving parents?
How does the Friar try to comfort the grieving parents? The Friar comforts the Lord and Lady by saying they would never have bee able to prevent Juliet’s death. “Heaven in yourself/ Had part in this fair maid/ Now heaven hath all, and all the better it is for the maid.
What does Friar Lawrence say to comfort the Capulet family is he genuine with his comments How is he trying to further his plan for Juliet’s escape?
What does Friar Laurence say to comfort the Capulet family? Friar Laurence says Juliet is in heaven now, to comfort the Capulet family.
What are Friar Laurence’s instructions to the Capulet family?
The Friar will give Juliet a potion to make her appear dead. After drinking it, her family will lay her apparently lifeless body in the Capulet tomb. The potion will last for 24 hours, during which time Friar Lawrence will send news to Romeo.
What advice does Friar Laurence give in his monologue 3.3 108 158 )? What plans have been made to resolve the issue for Romeo and Juliet?
If you love somebody, you don’t hurt them that way. Friar Laurence also tells Romeo he should be grateful the prince didn’t have him executed for killing Tybalt, as he could have done. He advises Romeo to pull himself together, spend his wedding night with Juliet, and then leave Verona.
What does Friar urge the Capulets to do why?
What does Friar Lawrence encourage Capulet to do with Juliet? He encourages Capulet to put rosemary on Juliet’s body & carry her to the church. The end of scene 5 is designed to provide comic relief.
What does the friar say to the Capulets in an attempt to console them for their loss of Juliet?
Friar Lawrence attempts to console the Capulets by telling them that the cure for disaster cannot be found in cries of grief. Now, Juliet’s family and heaven do not have to share her. Juliet is much happier in heaven than on Earth.
What advice does Friar Laurence preach to Romeo?
One warning that Friar Laurence gives Romeo that foreshadows future events of Romeo and Juliet is his statement, “Wisely and slow, they that run fast stumble.” By saying these words, he is reminding Romeo to be careful of his rashness and all-consuming love.
What is Friar Laurence’s plan as he heads for the Capulet tomb *?
What is Friar Laurence’s plan as he heads for the Capulet tomb? Show his love for Juliet by putting flowers on her grave.
What advice does Friar Lawrence give?
Friar Lawrence gives Romeo good advice: “Wisely and slow; they stumble that run fast.” Page 4 Romeo and Juliet Act 2 Summary Notes Mrs. Salona Page 4 of 5 Act 2, Scene 4 The morning after the Capulet party, Benvolio & Mercutio search for Romeo. Mercutio blames Romeo’s absence on Rosaline.
What is the dramatic irony in Friar Laurence’s speech?
The dramatic irony in Friar Laurence’s speech (lines 65-83) is that Friar Laurence is aware that Juliet is not dead, however, Capulet is not. He also knows that Juliet is married. What are the feelings of Lord Capulet toward Friar Laurence?
What does Friar Lawrence say to Capulet when he reveals his part?
When Friar Lawrence reveals his part in the tragedy, Capulet say nothing. It is a director’s call what he might be feeling at this stage, although self-reproach seems to have overcome any urge to lay the blame for Juliet’s death on the friar. Was friar Lawrence a Capulet or a Montague in romeo and Juliet?
How does Friar Laurence help Juliet escape from Paris?
He will later draw on his knowledge of herbs to help Juliet escape her marriage to Paris. One of the central themes of Romeo and Juliet is the inseparability of good and evil, and here the Friar explains that poison and medicine can be extracted from the same plant.
Why is the friar important to Romeo and Juliet?
Friar Laurence is Romeo’s confidant, and the play suggests Romeo has known him since he was very young as it implies that the Friar is a religious leader. Friar Laurence is to Romeo; what the nurse is to Juliet. Why is Paris talking to the Friar when Juliet arrives?