Act IV what change does Lord Capulet make to the wedding plans in Scene 2 and why does he?
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He moves the wedding date up one day to relieve what he believes is Juliet's sadness for Tybalt. He believe that her marriage to Paris will stop her greiving.
He puts off the wedding because of the death of Juliett's cousin.
He changes it back on day to Wednesday night, because he wants to help Juliet's grieving stage of Tybalt.
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