Wider Reading, Match Quotations to their Authors

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1. WHICH QUOTATION IS FROM: Troilus and Cressida by Shakespeare

  • "a proof of strength sbe could not publish more, unlesss she said 'my mind is now turned whore"
  • "the fair conqueror enjoyed the usual fruits of her victory"
  • "let the labouring bark climb hills of seas Olympus high and duck as low again as hell's from heaven"
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2. WHICH QUOTATION IS FROM: Romeo and Juliet by Shakespeare

  • "I had killed his beautiful wife, his beloved princess"
  • "be thou as chaste as ice, as pure as snow, thou shalt not escape calumny"
  • "I love you and think you the prettiest girl in the world"

3. WHICH QUOTATION IS FROM: Romeo and Juliet by Shakespeare

  • "for the lovely in death and the fairest must die fall once and forever like stars from the sky"
  • "young men's love then lies not truely in their hearts but in their eyes"
  • "o curse of marriage. That we can call these delicate creatures ours but not their appetites"

4. WHICH QUOTATION IS FROM: They Flee From Me by Thomas Wyatt

  • "Arise fair sun and kill the envious moon"
  • "I have seen them gentle, tame and meek"
  • "for the lovely in death and the fairest must die fall once and forever like stars from the sky"

5. WHICH QUOTATION IS FROM: Twelfth Night by Shakespeare

  • "so full of shapes is fancy"
  • "for Fate with jealous eye does see two perfect loves nor lets them close"
  • "love may turn out to be our only solace in this lonliness"

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