Word Cloud for "Two Gentlemen of Verona" by William Shakespeare.

Word Cloud for "Two Gentlemen of Verona"



This book was authored by William Shakespeare. (1564 - 1616)

Area, genre or subject: Verona (Italy) -- Drama.






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The Bag of Words In "Two Gentlemen of Verona" (Main Words):


verona foolish woman enter loving tender world dost meet commend young scorn folly letters honour sheep shepherd while follow follows nothing twere perceive slow brought worthless wouldst show mind according shame many loves fire kept pardon dare trust plead maid kiss taught penance sing ladyship tune feed away respect fortune send ignorant youthful lend soon lest beauty takes times thing last walk through water present care herself hour tide stay longer words wept shoe left bare knew comes eyes warrant says confer home base only ladder needs stands under first find chamber heaven thyself hate deliver cloak three women about faith play sure ring

gentlemen servant lady rather company twenty most losing bring after friends heart often hard prove seek another serve little having matter thank other name against great might keep poor till except spend service break friend shalt presently without still night write madam whom become himself need though true better done kind pity live worth welcome hold thoughts pure full long hair therefore

father silvia proteus valentine like where julia with youth have ever sweet would since thou love even when think some good will upon pray more than never then else your call fear that should fair time there take hear from thee what here them leave hast made lose doth very master well shall such make gave letter were best mean must bear word cannot much could being give this which please their gentle thus because hath they into unless false writ makes mine unto tell these been sent worthy come thousand speak look know grace gentleman myself whose



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