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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 - 8

Lady you berefit me . . .

The peace of heaven . . .

The sands are number'd . . .

Pity is the virture . . .

So may he rest, . . .

See first that the . . .

Thou art all the . . .

The trust I have . . .

We are advertis'd by . . .

Their understanding Begins to . . .

For aught that I . . .

When griping grief the . . .

Hereafter, in a better . . .

Since Cleopatra died, I . . .

Age cannot wither her, . . .

I have Immortal longings . . .

I met a fool . . .

No, 'tis slander, Whose . . .

He was a man, . . .

Neither a borrower nor . . .

Beware Of entrance to . . .

Frailty, thy name is . . .

What a piece of . . .

The play's the thing . . .

The devil hath power . . .

Leave her to heaven . . .

Though this be madness, . . .

For 'tis the sport . . .

Hamlet Do you see . . .

To be, or not . . .

My words fly up, . . .

O, my offence is . . .

I have heard of . . .

O, woe is me, . . .

Et tu, Brute . . .

Alas, poor Yorick I . . .

Let me have men . . .

Now cracks a noble . . .

The gaudy, blabbing, and . . .

For Brutus is an . . .

How many ages hence . . .

Once more unto the . . .

There is a tide . . .

Friends, Romans, countrymen, lend . . .

'T is better to . . .

Life is as tedious . . .

Oh, that way madness . . .

How sharper than a . . .

This England never did, . . .

He draweth out the . . .

They have been at . . .

A horse a horse . . .

TRUE hope is swift, . . .

A jest's prosperity lies . . .

This royal throne of . . .

Now is the winter . . .

A man in all . . .

Lay on, Macduff, And . . .

To-morrow, and to-morrow, and . . .

Out, damned spot out, . . .

Double, double toil and . . .

Is this a dagger . . .

And oftentimes, to win . . .

By the pricking of . . .

Yet do I fear . . .

Friendship is constant in . . .

What's mine is yours, . . .

They say, best men . . .

Silence is the perfectest . . .

Truth is truth To . . .

He that is robb'd, . . .

O, now, for ever . . .

O, beware, my lord, . . .

Speak to me as . . .

I am not merry . . .

Excellent wretch Perdition catch . . .

This bud of love, . . .

But, soft what light . . .

'Tis neither here nor . . .

When he is best, . . .

Good night, good night . . .

O Romeo, Romeo wherefore . . .

A plague o' both . . .

Poor and content is . . .

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. . . .



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