Romeo And Juliet - What Is Love?

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"Beauty too rich for use, for earth too dear!" Romeo is just saying how beauty like that is too good for the earth. When Romeo says " O dear account! My life is my foe's debt," he is saying that his life and love is in the hands of an enemy! This is a very harsh statement to say considering he has never talked or meet Juliet Capulet...
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Think of Shakespeare's choice of words and the way he incorporates them into the play. Do his choice and arrangement of words; make you think, about Romeo and Juliet's love? If you thought Romeo was going to extremes wait until you hear about Juliet. Immediately after meeting Romeo, she tells the nurse "If he be married, my grave is likely to be my wedding-bed...
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