What does Romeo tell Paris at the tomb?

What does Romeo say to Paris in the tomb?

Romeo says to Paris, “By heaven I love thee better than myself.” He responded similarly to Tybalt’s insults in Act III, Scene 1, “But [I] love thee better than thou canst devise.”

What does Romeo do when he sees Paris at the tomb?

Romeo kills Paris. As he dies, Paris asks to be laid near Juliet in the tomb, and Romeo consents. Romeo descends into the tomb carrying Paris’s body. He finds Juliet lying peacefully, and wonders how she can still look so beautiful—as if she were not dead at all.

What does Romeo tell Paris he has come to the vault to do?

What has Paris come to the tomb to do? To throw petals around the tomb for Juliet. What has Romeo come to the Capulet vault to do? Romeo has come to the Capulet vault to end his life next to Juliet.

Why does Romeo tell Paris that he loves Paris better than himself?

He is about to kill himself. This shows he does not love himself, so he loves Paris more. … He already has the sin of causing Mercutio’s death and then killing Tybalt, so he does not want more sin before he dies.

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Why does Romeo Fight Paris?

Why does Paris fight Romeo. He has always hated all Montagues. He wants to avenge Tybalt. … He is only defending himself from Romeo.