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Why were sources used in the article "Romeo and Juliet Sources?"
The first edition of his plays is called the First Tolio.
The chronology of Shakespeare's plays have been based upon the following information:
The records of performances of the play
The publication dates of sources
The dates that appear in print
Romeo and Juliet was first printed in __________________.
Which two plays we first performed between the years of 1605-1606?
King Lear, Hamlet
Macbeth, King Lear
King Lear, Othello
The sequence of events in the story Il Novellino are very similar to Romeo and Juliet; however, there is no mention of feuding families and the lovers live.
In what year are the names Romeo and Juliet used for the first time?
The sole source that Shakespeare must have used to write Romeo and Juliet was written by _______________________.
Eighteen is the oldest age that Juliet's character has been.
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When were Juliet and Paris supposed to get married?