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  1. Quotes Romeo and Juliet

  2. "O, I see that the fairy, Queen Mab, has been with you.”

  3. "O, I see that the fairy, Queen Mab, has been with you.” Mercutio

  4. "But soft! what light through yonder window breaks? It is the east, and Juliet is the sun."

  5. "But soft! what light through yonder window breaks? It is the east, and Juliet is the sun." Romeo

  6. "I wish I were a glove on her hand so that I could touch her cheek."

  7. "I wish I were a glove on her hand so that I could touch her cheek." Romeo

  8. "What's in a name? The thing which we call a rose would smell just as sweet if it had any other name."

  9. "What's in a name? The thing which we call a rose would smell just as sweet if it had any other name." Juliet

  10. “Wherefore art thou Romeo?”

  11. “Wherefore art thou Romeo?” Juliet

  12. "Disgusting rascal! I'm not one of his flirting women and I'm not one of his cutthroats."

  13. "Disgusting rascal! I'm not one of his flirting women and I'm not one of his cutthroats." The Nurse

  14. "Come! Come with me and we'll make this ceremony short. You shall not be alone, until the holy church joins you two together."

  15. "Come! Come with me and we'll make this ceremony short. You shall not be alone, until the holy church joins you two together." Friar Lawrence

  16. "No, it's not as deep as a well, or as wide as a church door. But it's enough, it will serve. Ask for me tomorrow and you'll find me a grave man."

  17. "No, it's not as deep as a well, or as wide as a church door. But it's enough, it will serve. Ask for me tomorrow and you'll find me a grave man." Mercutio

  18. “A plague on both your houses!”

  19. “A plague on both your houses!” Mercutio

  20. “Tybalt wanted to kill you, but you killed him. You are fortunate. The law that threatened your death became your friend and gave you exile. You are fortunate."

  21. “Tybalt wanted to kill you, but you killed him. You are fortunate. The law that threatened your death became your friend and gave you exile. You are fortunate." Friar Lawrence

  22. "I'll never be satisfied with Romeo until I see him--dead--is my poor heart, so upset am I about my cousin's death."

  23. "I'll never be satisfied with Romeo until I see him--dead--is my poor heart, so upset am I about my cousin's death." Juliet

  24. "So as the situation stands, I think you should marry Count Paris."

  25. "So as the situation stands, I think you should marry Count Paris." The Nurse

  26. "Take this bottle, and when you're in bed, drink this distilled liquor. Immediately, a cold and quieting liquid shall run through all your veins. Your pulse will stop. There'll be no warmth or breath to prove that you're alive."

  27. "Take this bottle, and when you're in bed, drink this distilled liquor. Immediately, a cold and quieting liquid shall run through all your veins. Your pulse will stop. There'll be no warmth or breath to prove that you're alive." Friar Lawrence

  28. "Or if I wake, won't I be driven mad, closed in with all these hideous fears, and play...with my ancestors' bones..."

  29. "Or if I wake, won't I be driven mad, closed in with all these hideous fears, and play...with my ancestors' bones..." Juliet

  30. "You detestable stomach. You womb of death. You are gorged with the dearest morsel on earth. So I'll force your rotten jaws to open, and to spite you, I'll cram you with more food!"

  31. "You detestable stomach. You womb of death. You are gorged with the dearest morsel on earth. So I'll force your rotten jaws to open, and to spite you, I'll cram you with more food!" Romeo

  32. "O, faithful pharmacist! Your drugs are quick. With this kiss I die."

  33. "O, faithful pharmacist! Your drugs are quick. With this kiss I die." Romeo

  34. "Noise! Then I'll be brief. What luck--a dagger! This is your holder. Rest there and let me die."

  35. "Noise! Then I'll be brief. What luck--a dagger! This is your holder. Rest there and let me die." Juliet