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17th & 18th Century Dramatic
INFANTA: Do I remember whose daughter I am? Of course. I remember it so well, that I would shed my b...
17th & 18th Century Victorian Dramatic
DON RODRIGO: Pierced even to the depth by a blow unexpected as well as deadly, pitiable avenger of a...
Greek & Roman (Classical) Comedic
STREPSIADES: Great gods! will these nights never end? will daylight never come? I heard the cock cro...
Elizabethan Comedic
Antipholus: Sweet mistress, what your name is else I know not, Nor by what wonder you do hit of mi...
Elizabethan Comedic
ADRIANA: Ay, ay, Antipholus, look strange and frown. Some other mistress hath thy sweet aspects; I...
Modern (Late 1800's - Early 1900's) Dramatic
TERESA: Do you know how I would like to spend my life? All of it? Sitting on the ground at his feet,...
Greek & Roman (Classical) Dramatic Comedic
ULYSSES: Soon as we came into this craggy place, Kindling a fire, he cast on the broad hearth The ...
17th & 18th Century Comedic
SGANARELLE: No, I tell you; they made a doctor of me in spite of myself. I had never dreamt of being...
Modern (Late 1800's - Early 1900's) Dramatic
MRS. DUBEDAT: I had a great many dreams; but at last they all came down to this. I didn't want to wa...
Modern (Late 1800's - Early 1900's) Dramatic
THE LAWYER: Look at these walls. Does it not look as if the wall-paper itself had been soiled by eve...
Victorian Modern (Late 1800's - Early 1900's) Dramatic
DUCHESS: Better for me I had not seen your face. O think it was for you I killed this man. GUIDO...
Greek & Roman (Classical) Comedic
PRAXAGORA: [Disguised as a man.] My country is as dear to me as it is to you, and I groan, I am grie...
Elizabethan 17th & 18th Century Dramatic
SATYR: Through yon same bending plain, That flings his arms down to the main, And through these ...
Modern (Late 1800's - Early 1900's) Dramatic
CAPTAIN: Come in, and we'll talk. I heard you out there listening. It is late, but we must come to s...
Modern (Late 1800's - Early 1900's) Contemporary (Late 1900's - Present) Dramatic
MARTHA: You must make allowances for me, Curt. And forgive me. I AM getting old. No, it's the truth....
Contemporary (Late 1900's - Present) Dramatic
HAROLD: I’m not stupid, Murray. Okay? I’m not an idiot. I wouldn’t have done this if I hadn’...
Contemporary (Late 1900's - Present) Dramatic
EMMA: You have no idea how many nights he’s spent drooling over this thing. How many years. Seriou...
Contemporary (Late 1900's - Present) Dramatic
SARAH: Sure. It was flattering at first. I was the love interest back then, the heroine, you know, j...
17th & 18th Century Victorian Dramatic
PISARO: Sir, you are of so strange a jealous Humour, And I so strangely jealous of your Honour, Th...
17th & 18th Century Victorian Comedic
GERONIMO: If we take fifty-two from sixty-four, we get twelve; five years you spent in Holland, seve...