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At this same ancient feast of Capulet's Sups the fair Rosaline whom thou so lov'st; With all the admired beauties of Verona.
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I conjure thee by Rosaline's bright eyes.
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With Rosaline, my ghostly father?
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Hath wash'd thy sallow cheeks for Rosaline!
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Thou and these woes were all for Rosaline.
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Thou chid'st me oft for loving Rosaline.
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Why, that same pale hard-hearted wench, that Rosaline, Torments him so that he will sure run mad.
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Biron and Rosaline are evidently the pre-existent state of Benedict and Beatrice, and so, perhaps, is Boyet of Lafeu, and Costard of the tapster in _Measure for Measure_; and the frequency of the rhymes, the sweetness as well as the smoothness of the metre, and the number of acute and fancifully illustrated aphorisms, are all as they ought to be in a poet’s youth.
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Here Rosaline rises up to the full height of Beatrice:— “_Ros.
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It is quite in Biron’s character; and Rosaline, not answering it immediately, Dumain takes up the question for him, and, after he and Longaville are answered, Biron, with evident propriety, says:— “_Studies_ my mistress?
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It would have displeased us if Juliet had been represented as already in love, or as fancying herself so;—but no one, I believe, ever experiences any shock at Romeo’s forgetting his Rosaline, who had been a mere name for the yearning of his youthful imagination, and rushing into his passion for Juliet.
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Rosaline was a mere creation of his fancy; and we should remark the boastful positiveness of Romeo in a love of his own making, which is never shown where love is really near the heart.
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At this feast of Capulets, Rosaline, beloved of Romeo, son to the old Lord Montague, was present; and though it was dangerous for a Montague to be seen in this assembly, yet Benvolio, a friend of Romeo, persuaded the young lord to go to this assembly in the disguise of a mask, that he might see his Rosaline, and, seeing her, compare her with some choice beauties of Verona, who (he said) would make him think his swan a crow.
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Romeo had small faith in Benvolio's words; nevertheless, for the love of Rosaline, he was persuaded to go.
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For Romeo was a sincere and passionate lover, and one that lost his sleep for love and fled society to be alone, thinking on Rosaline, who disdained him and never requited his love with the least show of courtesy or affection; and Benvolio wished to cure his friend of this love by showing him diversity of ladies and company.
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He was right in imputing the cause of Romeo's wakefulness to love, but he made a wrong guess at the object, for he thought that his love for Rosaline had kept him waking.
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But when Romeo revealed his new passion for Juliet, and requested the assistance of the friar to marry them that day, the holy man lifted up his eyes and hands in a sort of wonder at the sudden change in Romeo's affections, for he had been privy to all Romeo's love for Rosaline and his many complaints of her disdain; and he said that young men's love lay not truly in their hearts, but in their eyes.
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But Romeo replying that he himself had often chidden him for doting on Rosaline, who could not love him again, whereas Juliet both loved and was beloved by him, the friar assented in some measure to his reasons; and thinking that a matrimonial alliance between young Juliet and Romeo might happily be the means of making up the long breach between the Capulets and the Montagues, which no one more lamented than this good friar who was a friend to both the families and had often interposed his mediation to make up the quarrel without effect; partly moved by policy, and partly by his fondness for young Romeo, to whom he could deny nothing, the old man consented to join their hands in marriage.
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How speedily is even a Romeo consoled to oblivion for the loss of a Rosaline by the gain of a Juliet!
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In this as in the overture of the play and in its closing scene, but especially in the noble passage which winds up for a year the courtship of Biron and Rosaline, the spirit which informs the speech of the poet is finer of touch and deeper of tone than in the sweetest of the serious interludes of the _Comedy of Errors_.
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Examples of Rosaline

Example #1
And I will make thee think thy swan a crow.
Example #2
My master is the great rich Capulet; and if you be not of the house of Montagues, I pray come and crush a cup of wine.
Example #3
The ape is dead, and I must conjure him.
Example #4
Young auburn Cupid, he that shot so trim When King Cophetua lov'd the beggar maid!
Example #5
I have forgot that name, and that name's woe.
Example #6
That last is true-the sweeter rest was mine.