Why does Paris think that Romeo has come to the tomb Act 5?

As Romeo has been exiled from the city on penalty of death, Paris thinks that Romeo must hate the Capulets so much that he has returned to the tomb to do some dishonor to the corpse of either Tybalt or Juliet.

Why does Paris think that Romeo has come to the tomb?

Romeo wants to go in the tomb to see Juliet, and to get the ring from her ‘dead’ finger. Why does Paris think that Romeo has come to the tomb? Paris thinks Romeo is there to desecrate the tomb since he is from the rival family. … Romeo’s mom is dead of a broken heart from his banishment.

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When Paris finds Romeo at the Capulet’s tomb he suspects that?

What are those two reasons? Romeo tells Balthasar that he is going into the tomb to look at Juliet and to remove from “her dead finger a precious ring.” S3-Why does Paris think that Romeo has come to the tomb? Paris suspects that Romeo has arrived at the tomb to defile the bodies of Juliet and Tybalt.

What does Paris think Romeo is doing?

Romeo shows up with Balthasar to see if Juliet is dead and to kill himself by Juliet. Paris thinks Romeo is there to do something bad to the bodies and he fights Romeo ● Romeo kills Paris. Romeo sees Juliet’s body, drinks the poison, and kills himself next to Juliet. Friar Lawrence shows up to see Paris and Romeo dead.

Why is Paris at the Capulet’s tomb at the beginning of Act 5?

Why does Paris go to the Capulet tomb? To lay flowers besides Juliet’s tomb and mourn her death. … By this time, Paris is committed to marrying Juliet. He may not love her in the way Romeo does, as this was to be an “arranged” marriage.

What happens when Paris confronts Romeo at the tomb?

Paris, believing that Romeo has come to desecrate the bodies in the tomb, confronts Romeo. Romeo tries to warn Paris off, but Paris challenges Romeo and they fight. Paris is wounded and dies. … Without hesitation, he kisses her, drinks the poison, and dies at her side.

When Paris sees Romeo at the crypt Why does he think Romeo is there?

Paris thinks Romeo has come to the Capulet’s family crypt in order to vandalize it or to desecrate the dead bodies of the Capulets (namely, Juliet and Tybalt) that lay within.

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What does Paris say to Romeo in the tomb?

I’ll bury thee in a triumphant grave. Alright, I will. Let me look at this face.

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.

What does Romeo vaguely remember about Paris after he kills him?

Summarize Romeo’s soliloquy before he takes the poison. He discovers that the man he just killed is Paris. He vaguely remembers that Paris was supposed to marry Juliet and brings Paris in to lie beside Juliet. Her beauty lights up the tomb.

How often does Paris say he will visit the tomb?

Lines 14-17: Paris says twice that he will visit Juliet’s tomb “nightly”.

What is Paris dying wish?

Paris’s dying wish is to be laid next to his beloved Juliet.

Why is Paris at the Capulets vault?

Why is Paris visiting the Capulet tomb? To lay flowers at Juliet’s grave as well as to say prayers because that night should have been his wedding night with her.

What can you infer from Paris appearance at the Capulet tomb?

What can you infer from Paris’s appearance at the Capulet tomb? … Paris plans to commit suicide at the foot of Juliet’s tomb. Paris so loved Juliet that he plans to scatter flowers on her grave every night.

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What events cause Romeo and Paris to arrive at Juliet’s tomb at the same time?

What events cause Romeo and Paris to arrive at Juliet’s tomb at the same time? Paris wanted to mourn (scatter flowers on her grave) and Romeo wanted to commit suicide before Juliet’s corpse. the effect of this was that they become angry at the presence of each other, misunderstanding themselves, and fight to death.