What does "O Romeo, o Romeo wherefore art thou Romeo" mean?
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in other words she is saying "Where are you Romeo?"
In this scenes Juliet is longing for her beloved Romeo who has so tragically left her. If you read the script, or even watch the film you will understand this.
Juliet is wishing Romeo to be with her: in modern languge "Romeo, Romeo where are you Romeo..."
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It basically just means in modern words , " Romeo where are you ? "
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In Juliet's monologue she is asking where is her Romeo. The repetition of Romeo's name highlights her longing for him.
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