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In literature, characters are generally introduced by what the characters say, what's said about these, and who they are surrounded by. Shakespeare introduces his character in such a manner. In Act one Scene two, Juliet is introduced into the audience, in which Paris is requesting Capulet because of his daughter's hand in marriage. Capulet describes Juliet as "yet a stranger in the world" who "hath not seen the change of two years". Capulet sees his daughter just as young and innocent. On Capulet, Juliet "is the hopeful lady of my earth" because "earth hath swallow had all my hopes but she". These quotes suggest that Capulet cares about Juliet's well being since he cannot bear losing another one of the kids. Capulet's love for Juliet is indicated when Capulet tells Paris, "woo her, gentle Paris, get her heart, my will to her consent is but a part, and she agreed, within her scope of choice, lies my consent and fair according voice". This is uncommon for fathers of Shakespeare's time. Most fathers arranged for their daughter to wed for either property, alliances, or to get a greater social s.. .