Romeo and Juliet
Frank Dicksee: Romeo and Juliet

(Allusion to title characters)

Juliet and Her Nurse

John R. S. Stanhope: Juliet and Her Nurse

Philip H. Calderon: Juliet
  • Richard Gurney: Romeo and Juliet Travesty
  • James Howard: Romeo and Juliet: A Tragic Comedy
  • Olivier Cadiot: Romeo & Juliette
  • Luigi da Porto: Juliet and Romeo
  • Edward Childs Carpenter: Romeo and -- Jane
  • Vladimir Paral: Romeo & Julie 2300
  • Karl Friedrich Curschmann: Romeo
  • Karel van de Woestijne: Romeo
  • Jan Otcenasek: Romeo and Juliet and the Darkness
  • Jules Tasca: Romeo and Juliet Are Lovers
  • Peter Ustinov: Romanoff and Juliet
  • Mark Timlin: Romeo's Tune
  • Jule McBride: Baby Romeo: P.I.
  • Shulman Avi: Romeo and Juliet -- Together and Alive at Last
  • Francine Pascal: Romeo and 2 Juliets
  • Jack Higgins: Memoirs of a Dance-Hall Romeo
  • Anne Barnays: Professor Romeo
  • Brian Holtcamp: When Romeo Wrote Juliet: Your Inspirational Guide to the Art of Writing Love Letters
  • Grace Catalano: Leonard Decaprio: Modern- Day Romeo
  • Sasha Roberts: Romeo and Juliet (Writers and Their Work)
  • Ralph Peters: Bravo, Romeo
  • Gottfried Keller: A Village Romeo and Juliet
  • John Varley & Samuel Delany: Tango Charlie and Foxtrot Romeo
  • Judith Arnold: Just Like Romeo and Juliet
  • Natalie Bishop: A Love Like Romeo and Juliet
  • Ephraim Kishon: O Romeo: A Farce
  • Peyo: Romeo and Smurfette, and 12 Other Smurfy Stories
  • Lyall Watson: The Romeo Error: A Matter of Life and Death
  • Carolyn Hougan: The Romeo Flag
  • Kasey Michaels: Romeo in the Rain
  • Venero Armanno: Romeo of the Underworld
  • Michael Frederick Green: Don't Swing from the Balcony, Romeo: Further Undiscovered Letters
  • Ann-Marie MacDonald: Goodnight, Desdemona (Good Morning, Juliet)
  • A pair of star-cross'd lovers. (Prologue)
  • Matt Mead: Star Crossed
  • Elsie Lee: Star-Crossed Love
  • Carter Brown: The Star-Crossed Lover
  • It is too rash, too unadvis'd, too sudden,
    Too like the lightning, which doth cease to be
    Ere one can say it lightens. (II,ii)
  • Albert Leffingwell: Too Like the Lightning
  • D. Chambers: Too Like the Lightning
  • Hist, Romeo, hist! O, for a falconer's voice
    To lure this tassel-gentle back again. (II,ii)
  • Ethel Mannin: The Falconer's Voice
  • The imagined happiness that both
    Receive in either by this dear encounter. (II,vi)
  • Barbara Hall: Dear Encounter
  • 'Tis not so deep as a well, nor so wide as a church-door; but 'tis enough, 'twill serve. (III,i)
  • Dorothy Parker: Not So Deep As a Well
  • A plague o' both your houses! (III,i)
  • Robert W. Whitaker: A Plague on Both Your Houses
  • John Brunner: A Plague on Both Your Causes
  • Philip H. Gibbs: Both Your Houses
  • James Barlow: Both Your Houses
  • Maxwell Anderson: Both Your Houses
  • Warren Weaver: Both Your Houses
  • O, I am Fortune's fool! (III,i)

    Juliet and Friar Lawrence
    Edward M. Ward: Juliet in the Cell of Friar Lawrence

  • Rafael Sabatini: Fortune's Fool
  • Julian Hawthorne: Fortune's Fool
  • Fred E. Wynee: Fortune's Fool
  • Henry Hamilton: Fortune's Fool
  • Gaelyn Gordon: Fortune's Fool
  • Jeffery Farnol: Fortune's Fool
  • Will S. Marion: Fortune's Fool: A Modern Society Drama
  • Frederic Reynolds: Fortune's Fool: A Comedy in Five Acts
  • Brian Reich: Fortune's Fools
  • Frederick Stroppel: Fortune's Fools: A Comedy in Two Acts
  • Garland Bullivant: Fortune's Foal
  • Night's candles are burnt out, and jocund day
    Stands tiptoe on the misty mountain tops. (III,v)
  • W. R. Berry: Night's Candles
  • Hazel Wyld: Night's Candles
  • Rene Roy: The Night's Candles
  • Raphael Frewel: Jocund Day
  • T. R. Feverel: Jocund Day
  • It was the nightingale, and not the lark. (III,v)
  • Ford Madox Ford: It Was the Nightingale
  • I have a faint cold fear thrills through my veins. (IV,iii)
  • Robert Daley: Faint Cold Fear
  • I would not be seen,
    Under yond yew-trees lay thee all along,
    Holding thine ear close to the hollow ground. (V,ii)
  • Charles Obbo: Ear to the Ground
  • James Hadley Chase: An Ear to the Ground
  • Stewart Conn: An Ear to the Ground
  • And, lips, O you
    The doors of breath, seal with a righteous kiss
    A dateless bargain to engrossing death! (V,iii)

    Frederic, Lord Leighton: The Reconciliation of the Montagues
    and Capulets over the Dead Bodies of Romeo and Juliet

  • Stacey Dennis: Sealed with a Kiss
  • Beverly Lewis: Sealed with a Kiss
  • Gwynne Forster: Sealed with a Kiss
  • Wendi Davis: Sealed with a Kiss
  • M. E. Cooper: Sealed with a Kiss
  • Sharon Dennis Wyeth: Sealed with a Kiss
  • Sean McGrady: Sealed with a Kiss: An Eamon Wearie Mystery
  • Judith Enderle: SWAK: Sealed with a Kiss
  • Brian Lewis, ed.: SWALK: Sealed with a Loving Kiss -- Writing of Love
  • Jean Middlemiss: Sealed by a Kiss
  • O churl! Drunk all, and left no friendly drop
    To help me after? (V,iii)
  • Henry Wade: No Friendly Drop
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    Last updated 1 June 2003.