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compare the reactions of juliet's mother and father when paris proposes marriage to their daughter

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    This site should help you with that.

    http://www.sparknotes.com/shakespeare/romeojuliet/

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    juilets father wants juilet to marry paris, her mother is more conserned about what juliet wants to do.

  • 9th grade-english -

    same as kayla says , juilets father is for the marriage ,but her mother is more concerned for what juilet wants.

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