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Elizabethan Dramatic
NURSE: Even or odd, of all days in the year, Come Lammas Eve at night shall she be fourteen. Susan...
Elizabethan Dramatic
JULIET: Thou knowest the mask of night is on my face; Else would a maiden blush bepaint my cheek F...
Elizabethan Dramatic
JULIET: Shall I speak ill of him that is my husband? Ah, poor my lord, what tongue shall smooth thy...
Modern (Late 1800's - Early 1900's) Comedic
Good evening, Mrs. Audience, And Mr. Audience, too; I hope you're glad to see me, And will like m...
Modern (Late 1800's - Early 1900's) Dramatic
SALOME: I am amorous of thy body, Iokanaan! Thy body is white, like the lilies of the field that the...
Modern (Late 1800's - Early 1900's) Dramatic
SALOME: [Holding the severed head of Iokanaan.] Ah! thou wouldst not suffer me to kiss thy mouth, Io...
Victorian Dramatic
SARDANAPALUS: Farewell! He's gone; and on his finger bears my signet, Which is to him a sceptre. H...
Victorian Dramatic
SARDANAPALUS: I saw, that is, I dreamed myself Here—here—even where we are, guests as we were, ...
Victorian Dramatic
MYRRHA: Why do I love this man? My country's daughters Love none but heroes. But I have no country!...
Elizabethan Dramatic
SEJANUS: If this be not revenge, when I have done And made it perfect, let Egyptian slaves, Parthi...
Modern (Late 1800's - Early 1900's) Comedic
SIS HOPKINS: [Sticks her head in the door; the head only is visible to the audience.] Say, ain't it ...
Victorian Dramatic
SPARTACUS: Ye call me chief; and ye do well to call him chief who for twelve long years has met upon...
Modern (Late 1800's - Early 1900's) Dramatic
ROBERTS: You don't want to hear me, then? You'll listen to Rous and to that old man, but not to me. ...
Modern (Late 1800's - Early 1900's) Dramatic
ANTHONY: We have been made the subject of an attack. [Looking round at WILDER and SCANTLEBURY with i...
Elizabethan Dramatic
TAMBURLAINE: In thee, thou valiant man of Persia, I see the folly of thy emperor. Art thou but cap...
Elizabethan Dramatic
TAMBURLAINE: Now clear the triple region of the air, And let the Majesty of Heaven behold Their sc...
Elizabethan Dramatic
TAMBURLAINE: Ah, fair Zenocrate!--divine Zenocrate! Fair is too foul an epithet for thee,-- That i...
Elizabethan Dramatic
FIRST VIRGIN: Most happy king and emperor of the earth, Image of honour and nobility, For whom the...
Elizabethan Dramatic
TAMBURLAINE: Villain, art thou the son of Tamburlaine, And fear'st to die, or with a curtle-axe To...
Elizabethan Dramatic
TAMBURLAINE: Black is the beauty of the brightest day; The golden ball of heaven's eternal fire, T...