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In William Shakespeares Romeo and Juliet a play about two lovers who are from opposing families Lord Capulet wishes to appear as a man of peace and much virtue but when he is away from the prying eyes of the public he is a man many times worse than Lord Montague Lord Capulet is a complex character who many times contradicts his earlier actions in this play By the end of this you will truly understand Lord Capulets motives towards life He is not the caring man one might think he is when they first meet him or read about him but a man with no heart or compassion just the ability to show some Many times throughout Romeo and Juliet Lord Capulet appears to be a very nice agreeable loving kind of guy But if you check closely enough every time he appears to be loving agreeable or nice he is somewhere in public Lord Capulet wishes to be thought of well by the public much like we all do but it isnt the same for him For him its more of a matter between life and death First of all Lord Capulet is having a party in which he invites almost the whole town In his instance holding a party in which you invite pretty much everybody in town is supposed to make you popular Most people dont hold a party for everyone because they have nothing better to do and when you invite the whole town your just trying to look cool Content thee gentle coz let him aloneI would not for the wealth of all this town here in my house do him disparagement1573-77 Right here Lord Capulet tells Tybalt to let Romeo alone because in his house in front of a whole crowd of people Lord Capulet does not wish to disparage himself or disparage anyone that in turn would disparage him It would certainly not make him popular with
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