Romeo and Juliet


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Romeo and Juliet

star-crossed lovers die as teenagers. [Br. Lit.: Romeo and Juliet]

Romeo and Juliet

archetypal star-crossed lovers. [Br. Lit.: Romeo and Juliet]

Romeo and Juliet

young love springs up amidst family feud. [Br. Lit.: Romeo and Juliet]
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A chanting cherub adorned the cover of the sugar bucket, and attempts to portray Romeo and Juliet supplied kindling for some time.
But the real triumph was reserved for Christine Daae, who had begun by singing a few passages from Romeo and Juliet.
That very evening, marked by Mr Kidd for the exposition of Catastrophism, had been marked by Sir Claude Champion for an open-air rendering of Romeo and Juliet, in which he was to play Romeo to a Juliet it was needless to name.
Then he remembered that the Reggie Chiverses, whose house was a few doors above, were taking a large party that evening to see Adelaide Neilson in Romeo and Juliet, and guessed that the two were of the number.
Miss Wilkinson oddly enough had suggested that they should read Romeo and Juliet together; but Philip had firmly declined.
Belonged to the faction which affected to believe that there was no popular love for Shakespeare, to render whom palatable he arranged Romeo and Juliet for the stage, with a double denouement--one serious, the other hilarious.
Only let him be tolerably well up in the Apothecary in Romeo and Juliet, with the slightest possible dab of red on the tip of his nose, and he'd be certain of three rounds the moment he put his head out of the practicable door in the front grooves O.
A world of inflammable lovers of the Romeo and Juliet type would very soon end in barbarism and misery.
I don't say that Romeo and Juliet were brother and sister to us.
The last time the group performed Romeo and Juliet was back in 1991.
It was two years ago that we decided to bring Gounod's Romeo and Juliet to the Capital".
However, the majority of the text focuses on Pearce's interpretation of Romeo and Juliet.