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William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet Act.2 Scene.2
Angie Cercle Capulet's Garden, Sunday Night
"It is the East: Juliet is the sun." Act.2 Sc.2 Line 3
Romeo hides in the Capulet's garden. He talks about Juliet.
"O Romeo, Romeo, wherefore art thou Romeo?" Act.2 Sc.2 Line 36
Juliet comes out on her balcony and wishes Romeo had a different name.
"I take thee at they word. Call me but love, I'll be new baptized; Henceforth I never will be Romeo." Act.2 Sc.2 Line 53-55
Romeo overhears her and swears to do anything for her love.
Romeo and Juliet decided to be married.
"If that they nest of love be honorable, The purpose marriage send me word tomorrow." Act.2 Sc.2 Line150-151
End of Act.2 Scene.2
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