`How does Shakespeare present the changes which occur in Capulet throughout the play and how does the audience respond to these changes?
In Shakespeare's play, Romeo and Juliet, Capulet is the father of Juliet and appears to be typical of fathers in the late 1600's as he was very demanding and controlling of his family, he was often keen to reaffirm his position as the leader of the family and treated his wife and daughter with little respect similar to that of household items which can be discarded when you feel they are no longer meeting your individual needs and desires.
The audience's first encounter with Capulet is in Act 1 Scene 1, where the two opposing families the Caplets and the Montague's are fighting in the str…
- `How does Shakespeare present the changes which occur in Capulet throughout the play and how does the audience respond to these changes?
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