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"In Solly’s hands, that Nurse (often treated as an Elizabethan stock comic) is full of verve and lusty humor with an undertone of profound melancholy. In the last moments of the play, Solly conveys complex grief — she has previously spoken of the untimely death of her own daughter, Susan, and it’s clear that, for her, the news of Juliet’s sorry fate disinters all the pain of that earlier loss." - See more at:


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