Describe Paris's behavior towards Juliet in Act IV, Scene 1 of Romeo and Juliet.

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Paris's behavior toward Juliet demonstrates that he is ready and willing to marry her the following Thursday. He addresses her as "my lady and my wife," and "love." He asks her not to deny that she loves him (which, of course, she does not) and seems excited about...

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