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please explain : "she is too fair, too wise, wisely too fair. to merit bliss by making me despair. she hath forsworn to love in that vow do i live dead that live to tell it now" sorry, i am newbie,

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  1. anonymous
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    This is from Romeo and Juliette, Act 1 Scene 1. In this part of the scene, Romeo explains to his cousin Benvolio that he's in love with a girl named Rosaline, that she is beautiful and smart. However, he tells Benvolio that she doesn't have the same feelings for him and that she's sworn to live a life of chastity, which causes Romeo to "despair".

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    okay...thank you so much

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