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Romeo and Juliet

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Allusion to Diana

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Romeo describes the woman he loves with an allusion. He says that, "She hath Dian's wit."

Through this allusion, it is revealed that this woman:

A

has taken a vow of chastity.

B

does not love him back because he is a Montague.

C

is unable to return his love because her parents have forbidden it.

D

is the daughter of a servant.

E

is beautiful, but extremely vain.