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Victorian Dramatic
SIMONE: Well, well, so be it. I would have wished for fuller converse with you, My new friend, my ...
Elizabethan Comedic
Puck: The king doth keep his revels here to-night: Take heed the queen come not within his sight; ...
Elizabethan Comedic
PUCK: My mistress with a monster is in love. Near to her close and consecrated bower, While she wa...
17th & 18th Century Dramatic
WENDOLL: [Melancholy] I am a villain, if I apprehend But such a thought! Then, to attempt the deed-...
17th & 18th Century Dramatic
WENDOLL: Pursued with horror of a guilty soul, And with the sharp scourge of repentance lashed, I ...
Greek & Roman (Classical) Dramatic
Aegisthos: Hail, joyous light of justice-bearing day! At length I can aver that God's supernal, Ju...
Greek & Roman (Classical) Dramatic
AJAX: Ah, who would have supposed it possible The name I bear should ever be attuned To these misf...
Greek & Roman (Classical) Dramatic
ADMETUS: My friends, I deem the fortune of my wife Happier than mine, though otherwise it seems; ...
Elizabethan Comedic
PAROLLES: It is not politic in the commonwealth of nature to preserve virginity. Loss of virginity i...
Modern (Late 1800's - Early 1900's) Dramatic
EUGENIO: "Personal" "Most Urgent" "Senor Don Juan De Vargas." Of that there's no doubt--and it's the...
17th & 18th Century Dramatic
SOSIA: Who goes there? [Listens] My fear increases every minute! Gentlemen, you see in me a friend o...
Modern (Late 1800's - Early 1900's) Dramatic
BURGOMASTER: Oh, the public has no need for new ideas. The public gets on best with the good old rec...
Greek & Roman (Classical) Dramatic
CREON: Sirs, the vessel of our state, after being tossed on wild waves, hath once more been safely s...
Greek & Roman (Classical) Dramatic
GUARD: My liege, I will not say that I come breathless from speed, or that I have plied a nimble foo...
Greek & Roman (Classical) Dramatic
CREON: Yea, this, my son, should by thy heart's fixed law--in all things to obey thy father's will. ...
Greek & Roman (Classical) Dramatic
HAEMON: Father, the gods implant reason in men, the highest of all things that we call our own. Not ...
Elizabethan Dramatic
ANTONY: All is lost! This foul Egyptian hath betrayed me: My fleet hath yielded to the foe, and yo...
Elizabethan Comedic
Jacques: All the world’s a stage, And all the men and women merely players. They have their ex...
Modern (Late 1800's - Early 1900's) Dramatic
RAMÓN: We never learn to know each other fully. I am not a poet, but I understand Isabel's heart be...
17th & 18th Century Dramatic
ACHMET: Would'st thou have me learn Now at my age the worthless lore of love? And shall a heart th...