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What literary devices describe Parting is such sweet sorrow That you shall say Good night till it be morrow?

Alliteration"Parting is such sweet sorrow..."Oxymoron"Parting is such sweet sorrow..."


What is the line in romeo and juliet parting is such sweet?

"Parting is such sweet sorrow That I will say goodnight till it be morrow."


How do you use the word sorrow in sentence?

There was great sorrow in the house of the deceased. Parting is such sweet sorrow


What play is parting is such a sweet sorrow from?

Romeo and Juliet...Good night,Good night! Parting is such sweet sorrow, that I shall say good night till it be morrow.;)


What play is parting is such sweet sorrow from?

the ballad of the pizza monsters.


Why does Juliet say Parting is such sweet sorrow?

she doesnt want to leave romeo and ever time she leaves him shes sad and feels sweet sorrow because she will always love himParting. Not partying.


Who says parting is such sweet sorrow?

Juliet from the play of Romeo and Juliet.




What are the release dates for Saints and Sinners - 2007 Parting Is Such Sweet Sorrow 1-38?

Saints and Sinners - 2007 Parting Is Such Sweet Sorrow 1-38 was released on: USA: 2007



Is Parting is such sweet sorrow a Metaphor?

No. There is no comparison between two different things. Parting makes Juliet sad, yet there is great pleasure in talking to Romeo, even saying goodbye to him, which makes it a "sweet sorrow". That's just a plain (if oxymoronic) description of her feelings when parting.



Who Said parting is such sweet sorrow?

Juliet says this in Shakespeare's play Romeo and Juliet.


What is Parting is such sweet sorrow in French?

la séparation est doux chagrin tels





Analyze the oxymoron parting is such sweet sorrow?

Parting is sweet sorrow because you're spending the last few moments with the person, but you are sad that you are not going to see them for awhile. It can also mean that you are going to miss them, but you know you'll see them again.


Parting is such sweet sorrow?

It's a quote from Romeo and Juliet, Act 2 Scene 2.


Rhyming couplet from Romeo and Juliet?

"Parting is such sweet sorrow That I will say goodnight till it be morrow."


What is the meaning of the paradox parting is such sweet sorrow that you must say goodbye until tomorrow?

A line from the play Romeo and Juliet, by William Shakespeare; Juliet is saying good night to Romeo. Their sorrowful parting is also "sweet" because it makes them think about the next time they will see each other.There are dozens of answers like this on the internet - "parting is sorrow because this but sweet because that". All true but it goes deeper: Juliet is not saying "parting is sorrowful but also sweet", the sorrow itself is sweet. It is Love that delights in the beloved and it is Love that hurts to be apart; the joy and the pain are a single emotion, the pain isthe joy: they cannot be separated.



Which Shakespeare play is 'parting is such sweet sorrow' from?

The quote is from Romeo and Juliet, Act II, Scene II


Good night Good night Parting is such sweet sorrow who said this?

This is a line said by Juliet in Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet".


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