Matthew Hurst
Immoderately she weeps of Tybalts death.
And therefore have I talked little of love – Count Paris act IV scene I
Count Paris is talking to Lord Capulet about marrying Juliet and he says “Immoderately she weeps of Tybalt’s death and therefore I have talked little of love. Little does he know that Juliet is not crying over Tybalt what so ever. She is crying over Romeo being Banished from Verona forever. She even makes the statement about it being better if Tybalt died a thousand times than Romeo being banished. Juliet has been locked in her room and she wants nothing to do with Count Paris. Count Paris really hasn’t even made an attempt to talk to Juliet, but he still plans on marrying her.