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Aug 16, 2021

encouraged

Aug 14, 2021

arthritis caused by harsh weather

Aug 13, 2021

Thwarted. The word is used in a similar way in “Romeo and Juliet” in the phrase “star cross'd lovers”.

Aug 11, 2021

a speech following the conclusion of a play

Aug 11, 2021

grieve

Aug 3, 2021

This word had several meanings in Shakespeare's time. In this context it refers to a supernatural being. Until Shakespeare wrote this play, such beings were scary and to be feared.

Aug 2, 2021

This word as printed in the First and Second Folios is "Pursuing". That is the first word on the page. The signature mark on the previous page indicates that it should be "Ensuing". Modern editions go with "Ensuing".

Aug 2, 2021

This line is repeated twice in the First Folio. That is generally regarded as a printer's error. The line is only printed once in modern editions.
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