Style
Gender Identity
Age
Dates/Period
Length
Source
Showing results for 0 filters
Filter Results
Modern (Late 1800's - Early 1900's) Dramatic
NARRATOR: Why have you come to me, tell me that, please? Why have you come? Answer, answer! I'll tel...
Greek & Roman (Classical) Dramatic
OCTAVIA: Though I should endure what must be borne, ne'er could my woes be ended, save by gloomy dea...
Greek & Roman (Classical) Dramatic
OEDIPUS: O front of impudence! Which thinkest thou Now to defile--My grey hairs, or thine own? Who...
Greek & Roman (Classical) Dramatic
PRIEST: O king! thou seest what numbers throng thy altars; Here, bending sad beneath the weight of ...
Greek & Roman (Classical) Dramatic
OEDIPUS: Your prayers are heard: and if you will obey Your king, and hearken to his words, you soon...
Greek & Roman (Classical) Dramatic
OEDIPUS: I am the son of Polybus, who reigns At Corinth, and the Dorian Merope His queen; there lo...
Greek & Roman (Classical) Dramatic
ORESTES: In reverence to thy age I dread to speak What I well know must pierce thy heart with grief...
Elizabethan Dramatic
OTHELLO: Her father loved me, oft invited me; Still questioned me the story of my life From year t...
Modern (Late 1800's - Early 1900's) Dramatic
PRIEST: [Speaking beside a grave.] Now, when the soul has gone to meet its doom, And here the dust...
17th & 18th Century Dramatic
PHAEDRA: Ah! cruel Prince, too well You understood me. I have said enough To save you from mistake...
Elizabethan Dramatic
KING: To give a stronger testimony of love Than sickly promises (which commonly In princes find bo...
Greek & Roman (Classical) Dramatic
PHILOCTETES: O what a drudge and sport of Gods am I! Of whose ill plight no whisper ever came To m...
Greek & Roman (Classical) Dramatic
PHILOCTETES: O thou fire! Thou universal horror! Masterpiece Abominable, of monstrous villainy! W...
Modern (Late 1800's - Early 1900's) Dramatic
BERNICK: I didn't get you here to argue with you. I sent for you to tell you that the Indian Girl mu...
Modern (Late 1800's - Early 1900's) Dramatic
BERNICK: I find I can talk to you as I can to no one else; I shall conceal nothing from you. I had m...
Modern (Late 1800's - Early 1900's) Comedic
JOHN: How can you expect a man to be brave when he meets with nothing in life but misfortune? Everyt...
Modern (Late 1800's - Early 1900's) Comedic
KORSHUNOV: What are you crying about, young lady? For shame, for shame! He, he, he! There! I'm older...
Modern (Late 1800's - Early 1900's) Dramatic
PRINCESS HELENA: No, I am not laughing. I realize now that it was a mistake for me to throw myself u...
Greek & Roman (Classical) Dramatic
PROMETHEUS: Think not that I through pride or stubbornness Keep silence; nay, my brooding heart is ...
Greek & Roman (Classical) Dramatic
IO: I know not how I can deny your wish, So in clear word all ye desire to know That shall ye hear...