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Capulet's description of death as being his "son-in-law" and "heir" is ironic. Which of the following is NOT a reason why?
Juliet is his only child.
She is not really dead.
We know that she is only pretending, but he does not.
It is connected to the tragic ending of the play.
He had threatened to let her die if she did not marry Paris.