Speeches (Lines) for Aegeon
in "Comedy of Errors"

Total: 17

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1

I,1,3

Proceed, Solinus, to procure my fall
And by the doom of death end woes and all.

2

I,1,28

Yet this my comfort: when your words are done,
My woes end likewise with the evening sun.

3

I,1,33

A heavier task could not have been imposed
Than I to speak my griefs unspeakable:...

4

I,1,100

O, had the gods done so, I had not now
Worthily term'd them merciless to us!...

5

I,1,126

My youngest boy, and yet my eldest care,
At eighteen years became inquisitive...

6

I,1,159

Hopeless and helpless doth AEgeon wend,
But to procrastinate his lifeless end.

7

V,1,1632

Unless the fear of death doth make me dote,
I see my son Antipholus and Dromio.

8

V,1,1721

Most mighty duke, vouchsafe me speak a word:
Haply I see a friend will save my life...

9

V,1,1725

Is not your name, sir, call'd Antipholus?
And is not that your bondman, Dromio?

10

V,1,1730

I am sure you both of you remember me.

11

V,1,1734

Why look you strange on me? you know me well.

12

V,1,1736

O, grief hath changed me since you saw me last,
And careful hours with time's deformed hand...

13

V,1,1741

Dromio, nor thou?

14

V,1,1743

I am sure thou dost.

15

V,1,1746

Not know my voice! O time's extremity,
Hast thou so crack'd and splitted my poor tongue...

16

V,1,1759

But seven years since, in Syracusa, boy,
Thou know'st we parted: but perhaps, my son,...

17

V,1,1788

If I dream not, thou art AEmilia:
If thou art she, tell me where is that son...

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