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Romeo and Juliet
ACT 1 : PROLOGUE

ACT 1 : SCENE 1

ACT 1 : SCENE 2

ACT 1 : SCENE 3

ACT 1 : SCENE 4

ACT 1 : SCENE 5

ACT 2 : PROLOGUE

ACT 2 : SCENE 1

ACT 2 : SCENE 2

ACT 2 : SCENE 3

ACT 2 : SCENE 4

ACT 2 : SCENE 5

ACT 2 : SCENE 6

ACT 3 : SCENE 1

ACT 3 : SCENE 2

ACT 3 : SCENE 3

ACT 3 : SCENE 4

ACT 3 : SCENE 5

ACT 4 : SCENE 1

ACT 4 : SCENE 2

ACT 4 : SCENE 3

ACT 4 : SCENE 4

ACT 4 : SCENE 5

ACT 5 : SCENE 1

ACT 5 : SCENE 2

ACT 5 : SCENE 3

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Romeo and Juliet 1.1 An hour before the . . .

Romeo and Juliet 1.1 As is the bud . . .

Romeo and Juliet 1.1 Gregory, remember thy swashing . . .

Romeo and Juliet 1.1 He that is strucken . . .

Romeo and Juliet 1.1 Saint-seducing gold. . . .

Romeo and Juliet 1.1 The weakest goes to . . .

Romeo and Juliet 1.2 One fairer than my . . .

Romeo and Juliet 1.2 One fire burns out . . .

Romeo and Juliet 1.3 That book in many's . . .

Romeo and Juliet 1.4 For I am proverb'd . . .

Romeo and Juliet 1.4 Made by the joiner . . .

Romeo and Juliet 1.4 O, then, I see . . .

Romeo and Juliet 1.4 Sometime she driveth o'er . . .

Romeo and Juliet 1.4 True, I talk of . . .

Romeo and Juliet 1.5 Did my heart love . . .

Romeo and Juliet 1.5 For you and I . . .

Romeo and Juliet 1.5 It seems she hangs . . .

Romeo and Juliet 1.5 My only love sprung . . .

Romeo and Juliet 1.5 O! she doth teach . . .

Romeo and Juliet 1.5 Shall have the chinks. . . .

Romeo and Juliet 1.5 Too early seen unknown, . . .

Romeo and Juliet 1.5 Young Adam Cupid, he . . .

Romeo and Juliet 2.1 He jests at scars . . .

Romeo and Juliet 2.2 Alack, there lies more . . .

Romeo and Juliet 2.2 At lovers' perjuries, . . .

Romeo and Juliet 2.2 For stony limits cannot . . .

Romeo and Juliet 2.2 Good night, good night! . . .

Romeo and Juliet 2.2 He jests at scars . . .

Romeo and Juliet 2.2 How silver-sweet sound lovers' . . .

Romeo and Juliet 2.2 It is the east, . . .

Romeo and Juliet 2.2 It is too rash, . . .

Romeo and Juliet 2.2 Love goes toward love, . . .

Romeo and Juliet 2.2 O Romeo, Romeo! wherefore . . .

Romeo and Juliet 2.2 O Romeo, Romeo! Wherefore . . .

Romeo and Juliet 2.2 O, swear not by . . .

Romeo and Juliet 2.2 Rom. Lady, by yonder . . .

Romeo and Juliet 2.2 See, how she leans . . .

Romeo and Juliet 2.2 The god of my . . .

Romeo and Juliet 2.2 This bud of love, . . .

Romeo and Juliet 2.2 Too like the lightning, . . .

Romeo and Juliet 2.2 What 's in a . . .

Romeo and Juliet 2.2 What 's in a . . .

Romeo and Juliet 2.2 What's in a name? . . .

Romeo and Juliet 2.3 Care keeps his watch . . .

Romeo and Juliet 2.3 O, mickle is the . . .

Romeo and Juliet 2.3 These violent delights have . . .

Romeo and Juliet 2.3 Thy old groans ring . . .

Romeo and Juliet 2.3 Wisely and slow; they . . .

Romeo and Juliet 2.4 A gentleman, nurse, that . . .

Romeo and Juliet 2.4 He is the courageous . . .

Romeo and Juliet 2.4 I am the very . . .

Romeo and Juliet 2.4 My man's as TRUE . . .

Romeo and Juliet 2.4 O flesh, flesh, how . . .

Romeo and Juliet 2.4 One, two, and the . . .

Romeo and Juliet 2.4 Stabbed with a white . . .

Romeo and Juliet 2.4 The courageous captain of . . .

Romeo and Juliet 2.6 Here comes the lady! . . .

Romeo and Juliet 2.6 These violent delights have . . .

Romeo and Juliet 2.6 Too swift arrives as . . .

Romeo and Juliet 3.1 A plague o' both . . .

Romeo and Juliet 3.1 A word and a . . .

Romeo and Juliet 3.1 Men's eyes were made . . .

Romeo and Juliet 3.1 O, I am Fortune's . . .

Romeo and Juliet 3.1 Rom. Courage, man; the . . .

Romeo and Juliet 3.1 ROMEO: Courage, man; the . . .

Romeo and Juliet 3.1 This day's black fate . . .

Romeo and Juliet 3.1 Thy head is as . . .

Romeo and Juliet 3.2 Beautiful tyrant! fiend angelical! . . .

Romeo and Juliet 3.2 Beautiful tyrant! fiend angelical! . . .

Romeo and Juliet 3.2 Come, civil night, . . .

Romeo and Juliet 3.2 Come, gentle night, come, . . .

Romeo and Juliet 3.2 Give me my Romeo; . . .

Romeo and Juliet 3.2 O serpent heart, hid . . .

Romeo and Juliet 3.2 Romeo is banished, . . .

Romeo and Juliet 3.2 Spread thy close curtain, . . .

Romeo and Juliet 3.2 There's no trust, . . .

Romeo and Juliet 3.2 These sorrows make me . . .

Romeo and Juliet 3.2 Was ever book containing . . .

Romeo and Juliet 3.2 When he shall die, . . .

Romeo and Juliet 3.3 Adversity's sweet milk, philosophy. . . .

Romeo and Juliet 3.3 Affliction is enamour'd of . . .

Romeo and Juliet 3.3 Taking the measure of . . .

Romeo and Juliet 3.3 The damned use that . . .

Romeo and Juliet 3.3 They may seize . . .

Romeo and Juliet 3.3 Thou cutt'st my head . . .

Romeo and Juliet 3.3 Tis torture, and not . . .

Romeo and Juliet 3.5 All these woes shall . . .

Romeo and Juliet 3.5 I have more care . . .

Romeo and Juliet 3.5 Is there no pity . . .

Romeo and Juliet 3.5 Methinks I see thee, . . .

Romeo and Juliet 3.5 Night's candles are burnt . . .

Romeo and Juliet 3.5 Romeo's a dishclout to . . .

Romeo and Juliet 3.5 Straining harsh discords and . . .

Romeo and Juliet 3.5 Thank me no thankings, . . .

Romeo and Juliet 3.5 Villain and he be . . .

Romeo and Juliet 3.5 Wilt thou be gone? . . .

Romeo and Juliet 4.1 Or bid me go . . .

Romeo and Juliet 4.2 Not stepping o'er the . . .

Romeo and Juliet 4.5 Death lies on her . . .

Romeo and Juliet 4.5 O woe! O woeful, . . .

Romeo and Juliet 5.1 A beggarly account of . . .

Romeo and Juliet 5.1 Ap. My poverty, but . . .

Romeo and Juliet 5.1 Famine is in thy . . .

Romeo and Juliet 5.1 I do remember an . . .

Romeo and Juliet 5.1 I dreamt my lady . . .

Romeo and Juliet 5.1 Meagre were his looks, . . .

Romeo and Juliet 5.1 My bosom's lord sits . . .

Romeo and Juliet 5.1 The strength . . .

Romeo and Juliet 5.1 The world is not . . .

Romeo and Juliet 5.1 Then I defy you, . . .

Romeo and Juliet 5.3 A greater power than . . .

Romeo and Juliet 5.3 Beauty's ensign yet . . .

Romeo and Juliet 5.3 Eyes, look your last! . . .

Romeo and Juliet 5.3 For never was a . . .

Romeo and Juliet 5.3 Her beauty makes . . .

Romeo and Juliet 5.3 Her beauty makes . . .

Romeo and Juliet 5.3 How oft when men . . .

Romeo and Juliet 5.3 Never was a story . . .

Romeo and Juliet 5.3 O my love, my . . .

Romeo and Juliet 5.3 One writ with me . . .

Romeo and Juliet 5.3 Seal up the mouth . . .

Romeo and Juliet 5.3 Seal with a righteous . . .

Romeo and Juliet 5.3 Tempt not a desperate . . .

Romeo and Juliet 5.3 The sun, for sorrow, . . .

 
 

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