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Feb 16, 2021

Romeo and Juliet, V, 1

Rose petals compressed into cakes for their…

Feb 16, 2021

Romeo and Juliet, V, 1

Apothecaries often had curiosities on display in…

Feb 16, 2021

Romeo and Juliet, III, 1

Italian for “at the thrust”, a fencing term.…

Feb 16, 2021

Romeo and Juliet, I, 4

Chalcedony (cryptocrystalline quartz), a stone…

Feb 16, 2021

Romeo and Juliet, III, 5

Frighten. This word later evolved into “afraid”.

Feb 16, 2021

Romeo and Juliet, II, 1

According to folklore, King Cophetua was an…

Feb 16, 2021

Romeo and Juliet, II, 1

Modern editions provide various explanations for…

Dec 23, 2020

A Midsummer Night’s Dream, II, 1

As late as the 1700s, “or” was often used before…

Dec 22, 2020

A Midsummer Night’s Dream, II, 1

These lines seem to indicate that Oberon and…

Dec 22, 2020

A Midsummer Night’s Dream, II, 1

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