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'The oft quoted, and misquoted, line from Romeo and Juliet which formed a big part of my undergraduate drama education still creeps in from time to time when pondering the perils of nomenclature in contemporary Australia. For despite any idealistic declarations of love the teenaged Juliet may have made, they both end up dead in the end (spoilers!) and the final message is clearly that no, misnamed roses don't actually always smell as sweet.' (Introduction)

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    y separately published work icon Eureka Street vol. 28 no. 11 3 June 2018 14191094 2018 periodical issue 2018
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