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Why does Capulet get so angry with Juliet when she rejects the idea of marrying Paris?
Capulet knows that the Nurse has allowed Juliet to choose her own lover.
Capulet is aware of the secret marriage between Juliet and Romeo and wants her to admit to it.
Daughters in Juliet’s time knew that fathers would choose husbands for them, and Paris is a good choice.
Capulet thinks that no one in his household pays attention to his authority
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Capulet is upset with Juliet's decision because the women back in that society were supposed to listen to what their father wants. When Juliet refuses to marry Paris, he feels as if she is rejecting his authority of the house. Capulet chose Paris because he is young, good-looking and very successful. To him, this is a perfect choice for a husband. However, Juliet refuses and this is an insult to him because it basically means that Capulet cannot chose a good husband for his own daughter.