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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 by William Shakespeare
 

Quotation by William Shakespeare.

Quotes - 4

It is neither good . . .

Thought is free. . . .

Our thoughts are ours, . . .

Defer no time, delays . . .

Time is the justice . . .

I wasted time, and . . .

Tomorrow, and tomorrow, and . . .

And summer's lease hath . . .

The fashion of the . . .

Past and to come . . .

'Tis one thing to . . .

Temptation is the fire . . .

Tempt not a desperate . . .

Journeys end in lovers . . .

I wonder men dare . . .

Let no such man . . .

FALSE face must hide . . .

This above all; to . . .

The saying is true, . . .

Thou has done a . . .

In a FALSE quarrel . . .

So our virtues Lie . . .

Assume a virtue if . . .

When most I wink, . . .

Now if these men . . .

Were it good, To . . .

The lady doth protest . . .

A woman is a . . .

Women's weapon, water-drops . . .

The lady doth protest . . .

It is a heretic . . .

Two women placed together . . .

Women's gentle brain Could . . .

When words are scarce . . .

Words without thoughts never . . .

Words are easy, like . . .

Words, words, mere words, . . .

It is a kind . . .

A fine volley of . . .

Speak comfortable words! . . .

If I do dream, . . .

He that is giddy . . .

Good wine needs no . . .

So wise so young, . . .

Let me embrace thee, . . .

There's not one wise . . .

Nothing is so common-place . . .

Wishers were ever fools . . .

But when they seldom . . .

Thy wish was father, . . .

Youth is full of . . .

A man loves the . . .

A hit, a very . . .

A horse! a horse! . . .

A kind Of excellent . . .

A little more than . . .

A very ancient and . . .

A wretched soul, bruised . . .

Action is eloquence. . . .

Age cannot wither her, . . .

Although the last, not . . .

An honest tale speeds . . .

And many strokes, though . . .

And since you know . . .

Assume a virtue, if . . .

Be great in act, . . .

Be thou as chaste . . .

Beware the ides of . . .

But love is blind . . .

But no perfection is . . .

But to my mind, . . .

But, for my own . . .

But, soft! what light . . .

By the pricking of . . .

Come not within the . . .

Come what come may, . . .

Conversation should be pleasant . . .

Courage mounteth with occasion. . . .

Cowards die many times . . .

Cowards die many times . . .

Cry Havoc, and let . . .

Cursed be he that . . .

Double, double toil and . . .

Each present joy or . . .

Et tu, Brute! . . .

Every man has business . . .

Every man has his . . .

Excellent wretch! Perdition catch . . .

Farewell! thou art too . . .

Fill all thy bones . . .

For Brutus is an . . .

For they are yet . . .

Frailty, thy name is . . .

Friends, Romans, countrymen, lend . . .

Friendship is constant in . . .

From the still-vexed Bermoothes. . . .

From this day forward . . .

Full fathom five thy . . .

Glory is like a . . .

God bless thee; and . . .

Good night, good night! . . .

He hath eaten me . . .

He is winding the . . .

He that commends me . . .

He that dies pays . . .

He was a man, . . .



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