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THE COMPLETE WORKS OF WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE IN TWENTY VOLUMES
ROMEO AND JULIET
The annotations at the foot of the page are intended
to explain difficult phrases or allusions. Single words, which are no longer in common use, appear
only in the glossary, which is printed in Volume XX. The numbering of the lines follows that of the
Cambridge Edition, the text of which is used in this edition.
ULIET. “Till thou he gone ? it is not yet near day: