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Romeo and Juliet
used in Of Human Bondage

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Definition
Shakespeare's best known work; a tragedy of forbidden love (c. 1596)
  • Miss Wilkinson oddly enough had suggested that they should read Romeo and Juliet together; but Philip had firmly declined.
    35-36 — Chapters 35-36 (64% in)
  • I would have you sit under a leafy tree side by side, and read together Romeo and Juliet; and then I would have you fall on your knees and on my behalf kiss the ground on which her foot has left its imprint; then tell her it is the homage of a poet to her radiant youth and to your love for her.
    35-36 — Chapters 35-36 (63% in)

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