Romeo and Juliet~ Act 1,2,3
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"If you do want to fight, sir, then I’m up for it. My master is as good as yours... But not better than mine," (Act 1 Scene 1).
"I have a feeling this party tonight is fated to set in motion some awful destiny that will result in my own untimely death. But whoever’s in charge of my fate can steer me where they want. Let’s go, my lusty friends!" (Act 1 Scene 4).
"She speaks. Speak again, bright angel. For tonight you are as glorious as an angel, shining above my head like a winged messenger from heaven; one who makes mortals fall onto their backs to gaze up in awe as the angel strides across the clouds and sails through the air," ( Act 2 Scene 2).
"Come on, come along with me, and we will do the ceremony quickly. Because, with your permission, I won't leave you two alone until you are united in holy matrimony," (Act 2 Scene 6).
"Oh Romeo, Romeo, brave Mercutio is dead... Our fight will decide who goes to heaven. (They fight. TYBALT falls and dies)," (Act 3 Scene 1).
"Since that’s the way things are, I think the best thing for you to do is to marry the count. He’s a lovely gentleman!" (Act 3 Scene 5).
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