Jahdiel wrote:Disclaimer: For those of you who know better, "wherefore" really means "why", not "where". Juliet is frustrated with Romeo's lineage as a Montague (this is followed by "deny thy father and refuse thy name", and "'Tis but thy name that is my enemy"), not wondering where he is. I misused this purposely in order to make a funny. Thanks go to Alex for pointing this out. That is all.
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