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BEL-IMPERIA: Is this the love thou bear'st Horatio? Is this the kindness that thou counterfeits? A...
Comedic
MAN: I never shall furgit the night when father hitched up Dobbin, An' all us youngsters clambered ...
Dramatic
MME. X: Our acquaintance has been so queer. When I saw you for the first time I was afraid of you, s...
Greek & Roman (Classical)
IPHIS: Why was this privilege, alas! denied To mortals, twice to flourish in the bloom Of youth, a...
Greek & Roman (Classical)
DANAOS: Ye to the Argives should with sacrifice, As to Olympian gods, libations pour, My daughters...
Elizabethan Comedic
TRINCULO: Here's neither bush nor shrub to bear off any weather at all, and another storm brewing: I...
Greek & Roman (Classical)
FIRST WOMAN: If I have asked to speak, may the goddesses bear me witness, it was not for sake of ost...
Dramatic
VERSHININ: Yes. [Laughs] How strange everything really is! [Pause] When the fire broke out, I hurrie...
Dramatic
ANDREI: Oh, what has become of my past and where is it? I used to be young, happy, clever, I used to...
Dramatic
MASTER: I thought I heard the "little steps"--those little steps that came tripping down the corrido...
Dramatic
MARY: [A priest is tied in a sack, wriggling and struggling about on the ground. The others bundle t...
Comedic
SIR TIMOTHY: I vow to Fortune, Ned, thou must come to London, and be a little manag'd: 'slife, Man, ...

HECUBA: Forbear, ye virgins; what was pleasing once Pleases no more: here let me lie thus fall'n, ...

ANDROMACHE: Hear, that with pleasure I may touch thy soul Not to be born, I argue, and to die, Are...

JACOPO FOSCARI: [In a dark prison.] No light, save yon faint gleam which shows me walls Which neve...
Elizabethan Comedic
JULIA Nay, would I were so anger'd with the same! O hateful hands, to tear such loving words! Inj...
Dramatic
DON FRANCISCO: I've seen it happen. People talk of these "cures" ... Anything may be a cure ... for ...
Dramatic
GIRL: It was midwinter, one evening at nine o'clock. I had been at work two years. I wore long dress...
Dramatic
ARTILLERYMAN: This isn't a war. It never was a war, any more than there's war between man and ants. ...
Greek & Roman (Classical) Comedic
PHILOCLEON: At the outset I will prove to you that there exists no king whose might is greater than ...