Romeus and Julietta

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Anon. (1615)


Historical Records

BL Sloane MS 1775, fos. 242r-50v

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BL Sloane MS 1775, fol.242r. BL Sloane MS 1775, fol.242v.


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BL Sloane MS 1775, fol.243r. BL Sloane MS 1775, fol.243v.


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BL Sloane MS 1775, fol.244r. BL Sloane MS 1775, fol.244v.


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BL Sloane MS 1775, fol.245r. BL Sloane MS 1775, fol.245v.


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BL Sloane MS 1775, fol.246r. BL Sloane MS 1775, fol.246v.


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BL Sloane MS 1775, fol.247r. BL Sloane MS 1775, fol.247v.


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BL Sloane MS 1775, fol.248r. BL Sloane MS 1775, fol.248v.


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BL Sloane MS 1775, fol.249r. BL Sloane MS 1775, fol.249v.


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BL Sloane MS 1775, fol.250r. BL Sloane MS 1775, fol.250v.


British Library MS Sloane 1775, fos. 242r-50v. Reproduced by permission of the British Library.

Transcription

A transcription can be found in Axon's article for Transactions of the Royal Society of Literature, 121-44, and is freely available via the Internet Archive.


Theatrical Provenance

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Probable Genre(s)

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Possible Narrative and Dramatic Sources or Analogues

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References to the Play

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Critical Commentary

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For What It's Worth

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Works Cited

Axon, William E. A. "Romeo and Juliet Before and In Shakspere's Time". Transactions of the Royal Society of Literature, 2nd series, 26 (1906), 100-44 (Internet Archive)




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