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For what , I pray thee ? Romeo . For your broken shin . Benvolio . Why , Romeo , art thou mad ? Romeo . Not mad , but bound more than a madman is : Shut up in prison , kept without my food , Whipped and tormented , and - God - den ...
Ay , pilgrim , lips that they must use IOO in prayer . Romeo . O then , dear saint , let lips do what hands do , They pray : grant thou , lest faith turn to despair . Juliet . Saints do not move , though grant for prayers ' sake .
Pray you put up your dagger , and put 120 out your wit . Peter . Then have at you with my wit ! I will dry - beat you with an iron wit , and put up my iron dagger . Answer me like men : ' When griping grief the heart doth wound ...
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - hitomik - LibraryThing
Romeo and Juliet is a famous love story which is full of sorrow. Though this story made me sad, I enjoyed reading it and was sometimes moved by strong love. This is a short version of the original story, but now I want to read the whole story. Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - AikoM - LibraryThing
This is a so sad story. I had never read romeo and juliet, so i didn't know this story. I was surprised at their parents. I can't understand that they didn't belive their children. But I like mercucio,romio's friend. I think he is one of the key persons. I reccomend this book. Read full review