Was Rosaline a Capulet?
Moreover, is Rosaline a Montague or a Capulet?
Actually, in Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet, Rosaline is a member of the Capulet family (as mentioned) and, in this case, is Capulet's niece.
Beside above, why did Rosaline not like Romeo? Whereas Romeo had told Benvolio that Rosaline had rejected him because she'd sworn to remain “chaste” forever, Friar Laurence suggests that Rosaline didn't believe Romeo's love to be authentic, saying “Oh, she knew well, / Thy love did read by rote that could not spell.” In other words, she knew Romeo was only acting
People also ask, was Rosaline a nun?
"It's not about praying," she explains. "Or God." Actually, that's technically all being a nun is about. But, for Rosaline, she admits, "It's about living a life that's your own. Instead of some Montague's."
Is Romeo really in love with Rosaline?
Romeo says that he is in love with Rosaline, but out of her favor. She has obviously not requited his love, and he is very depressed. When Romeo sees Juliet at the Capulet's party, he forgets about Rosaline, so his "love" for Rosaline was more like infatuation, puppy love.