What is Paris’ argument?Act 1 Scene 2

What is Paris’ argument?Act 1 Scene 2

What is Paris’ argument?Act 1 Scene 2

What is Paris’ argument?Act 1 Scene 2

In the play ‘Romeo and Juliet’ by William Shakespeare, we see ‘the County Paris’ trying all his best arguments to ask Juliet’s father for her hand in marriage. The Capulets have resisted pressure such as this up to now, but Juliet’s father is aware that she is getting closer to womanhood every day, and so doesn’t need much further pushing by Paris when he reminds him that it is the popular style at the time. paris is not a blindingly brilliant catch for Juliet but it seems as if Sir Capulet just can’t be bothered to argue the point much more. Later, he seems to go back on the idea of Juliet having time to get to love Paris, becoming impatient and threatening to throw her out on the streets!
What is Paris’ argument?Act 1 Scene 2