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The Comedy Of Errors

…e enter luciana with a purse adriana go dromio theres the money bear it straight and bring thy master home immediately come sister i am pressd down with conceit conceit my comfort and my injury me by my name some tender money to me some invite me some other give me thanks for kindnesses some offer me commodities to buy even now a tailor calld me in his shop and showd me silks that he had bought for me and therewithal took measure of my body sure these are but imaginary wiles and lapland sorcerers inhabit here enter dromio of syracuse dromio of syracuse master here…

The Tragedy Of Coriolanus

…l not go you hear what he hath said which was sometime his general who lovd him in a most dear particular he calld me father but what o that go you that banishd him a mile before his tent fall down and knee the way into his mercy nay if he coyd to hear cominius speak ill keep at home cominius he would not seem to know me menenius do you hear cominius yet one time he did call me by my name i urgd our old acquaintance and the drops that we have bled together coriolanus he would not answer to forbid all names he was a kind of nothing titleless till he had forgd himself a name i th fire of burning rome menenius why so you have made good work a pair of tribunes that have wrackd for rome to make coals cheap a noble memory cominius i minded him how ro…

The Life Of King Henry The Fifth

…henry we would have all such offenders so cut off and we give express charge that in our marches through the country there be nothing compelld from the villages nothing taken but paid for none of the french upbraided or abused in disdainful language for when lenity and cruelty play for a kingdom the gentler gamester is the soonest winner tucket enter montjoy montjoy you know me by my habit king henry well then i know thee what shall i know of thee montjoy my masters mind king henry unfold it montjoy thus says my king say thou to harry of england though we seemd dead we did but sleep advantage is a better soldier than rashness tell him we could have rebukd him at harfleur but that we thought not good to bruise an injury till it were full ripe no…

Das King John

…ou to be endeared to a king made it no conscience to destroy a prince hubert my lord king john hadst thou but shook thy head or made pause when i spake darkly what i purposed or turnd an eye of doubt upon my face as bid me tell my tale in express words deep shame had struck me dumb made me break off and those thy fears might have wrought fears in me but thou didst understand me by my signs and didst in signs again parley with sin yea without stop didst let thy heart consent and consequently thy rude hand to act the deed which both our tongues held vile to name out of my sight and never see me more my nobles leave me and my state is braved even at my gates with ranks of foreign powrs nay in the body of the fleshly land this kingdom this confine …

The Merchant Of Venice

…ntonio certified the duke they were not with bassanio in his ship solanio i never heard a passion so confusd so strange outrageous and so variable as the dog jew did utter in the streets my daughter o my ducats o my daughter fled with a christian o my christian ducats justice the law my ducats and my daughter a sealed bag two sealed bags of ducats of double ducats stoln from me by my daughter and jewels two stones two rich and precious stones stoln by my daughter justice find the girl she hath the stones upon her and the ducats salerio why all the boys in venice follow him crying his stones his daughter and his ducats solanio let good antonio look he keep his day or he shall pay for this salerio marry well remembred i reasond with a frenchman y…

The Merchant Of Venice

…y this and now methinks i have a mind to it bassanio theres more depends on this than on the value the dearest ring in venice will i give you and find it out by proclamation only for this i pray you pardon me portia i see sir you are liberal in offers you taught me first to beg and now methinks you teach me how a beggar should be answerd bassanio good sir this ring was given me by my wife and when she put it on she made me vow that i should neither sell nor give nor lose it portia that scuse serves many men to save their gifts and if your wife be not a mad woman and know how well i have deservd this ring she would not hold out enemy for ever for giving it to me well peace be with you exeunt portia and nerissa antonio my lord bassanio let him ha…

S Much Ado About Nothing

…will bear myself proudly if i perceive the love come from her they say too that she will rather die than give any sign of affection i did never think to marry i must not seem proud happy are they that hear their detractions and can put them to mending they say the lady is fair tis a truth i can bear them witness and virtuous tis so i cannot reprove it and wise but for loving me by my troth it is no addition to her wit nor no great argument of her folly for i will be horribly in love with her i may chance have some odd quirks and remnants of wit broken on me because i have railed so long against marriage but doth not the appetite alters a man loves the meat in his youth that he cannot endure in his age shall quips and sentences and these paper b…

The Tragedy Of Othello Moor Of Venice

…it and i did givet my husband iago filth thou liest emilia by heaven i do not i do not gentlemen o murtherous coxcomb what should such a fool do with so good a wife othello are there not stones in heaven but what serve for thunder precious villain he runs at iago but montano disarms him iago stabs emilia gratiano the woman falls sure he hath killd his wife emilia ay ay o lay me by my mistress side exit iago gratiano hes gone but his wifes killd montano tis a notorious villain take you this weapon which i have here recoverd from the moor come guard the door without let him not pass but kill him rather ill after that same villain for tis a damned slave exeunt all but othello and emilia othello i am not valiant neither but every puny whipster gets…

King Richard III

…e blood was well washd from his hands which issued from my other angel husband and that dear saint which then i weeping followd o when i say i lookd on richards face this was my wish be thou quoth i accursd for making me so young so old a widow and when thou wedst let sorrow haunt thy bed and be thy wife if any be so mad more miserable by the life of thee than thou hast made me by my dear lords death lo ere i can repeat this curse again within so small a time my womans heart grossly grew captive to his honey words and provd the subject of mine own souls curse which hitherto hath held my eyes from rest for never yet one hour in his bed did i enjoy the golden dew of sleep but with his timorous dreams was still awakd besides he hates me for my fat…

The Tragedy Of Romeo And Juliet

…an o tell me friar tell me in what vile part of this anatomy doth my name lodge tell me that i may sack the hateful mansion draws his dagger friar hold thy desperate hand art thou a man thy form cries out thou art thy tears are womanish thy wild acts denote the unreasonable fury of a beast unseemly woman in a seeming man or ill beseeming beast in seeming both thou hast amazd me by my holy order i thought thy disposition better temperd hast thou slain tybalt wilt thou slay thyself and slay thy lady that in thy life lives by doing damned hate upon thyself why railest thou on thy birth the heaven and earth since birth and heaven and earth all three do meet in thee at once which thou at once wouldst lose fie fie thou shamest thy shape thy love thy …