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Lord Capulet

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"Get these to Church o' Thursday, or never after look me in the face"
Capulet demands that Juliet marries Paris the very next day.
"Hang Thee young baggage, Disobedient wretch"
Capulet isn't bothered about Juliets opinion and is fed up
"My will to her consent is but a part. An' She agreed within her scope of choice, lies my consent."
Capulet is willing to allow Juliet to choose who she marries as long as he is suitable. Contrasting to later on in the play.
"Alack my child is dead, and with my child my joys are buried"
Capulet expresses his sadness at the loss of his child despite telling her to die and run away.
"Hang, beg, starve, die in the streets"
Capulet gets extremely angry and curses Juliet.