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Romeo and Juliet Prologue

Think you know the entire prologue from Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet, type it out!
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Last updated: September 8, 2019
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First submittedSeptember 5, 2019
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Two
households
both
alike
in
dignity
In
fair
Verona
where
we
lay
our
scene
From
ancient
grudge
break
to
new
mutiny
Where
civil
blood
makes
civil
hands
unclean
From
forth
the
fatal
loins
of
these
two
foes
A
pair
of
star-crossed
lovers
take
their
life
Whose
misadventured
piteous
overthrows
Doth
with
their
death
bury
Answers
their
parents
strife
The
fearful
passage
of
their
death
marked
love
and
the
continuance
of
their
parents
rage
Which
but
their
childrens
end
naught
could
remove
Is
now
the
two
hours
traffic
of
our
stage
The
which
of
you
with
patient
ears
attend
What
here
shall
miss
our
toil
shall
strive
to
mend
2 Comments
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Level 77
Sep 9, 2019
106/107, having studied it at school 48 years ago. Such a long time but my diligence has now paid off. Lost a mark because you mis-spelled "nought". Can you correct this? Also, you missed the word "if" - should be "the which if you with patient ears" etc.
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Level 26
May 3, 2024
I changed "of" to "if"! Good catch! Naught is technically correct as it's used in the poetical sense and not the mathematic sense. Nought is used to literally mean 0 and is not used in any other form other than arithmetically! I did put that in as a type-in or correct answer though😊