Speeches (Lines) for Dionyza
in "Pericles"

Total: 19

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# Act, Scene, Line
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Speech text

1

I,4,420

That were to blow at fire in hope to quench it;
For who digs hills because they do aspire...

2

I,4,436

I'll do my best, sir.

3

I,4,448

O, 'tis too true.

4

I,4,467

Our cheeks and hollow eyes do witness it.

5

III,3,1430

O your sweet queen!
That the strict fates had pleased you had brought her hither,...

6

III,3,1459

I have one myself,
Who shall not be more dear to my respect...

7

IV,1,1547

Thy oath remember; thou hast sworn to do't:
'Tis but a blow, which never shall be known....

8

IV,1,1556

The fitter, then, the gods should have her. Here
she comes weeping for her only mistress' death....

9

IV,1,1569

How now, Marina! why do you keep alone?
How chance my daughter is not with you? Do not...

10

IV,1,1580

Come, come;
I love the king your father, and yourself,...

11

IV,1,1594

Come, come, I know 'tis good for you.
Walk half an hour, Leonine, at the least:...

12

IV,1,1598

I'll leave you, my sweet lady, for a while:
Pray, walk softly, do not heat your blood:...

13

IV,3,1815

Why, are you foolish? Can it be undone?

14

IV,3,1818

I think
You'll turn a child again.

15

IV,3,1829

That she is dead. Nurses are not the fates,
To foster it, nor ever to preserve....

16

IV,3,1838

Be one of those that think
The petty wrens of Tarsus will fly hence,...

17

IV,3,1847

Be it so, then:
Yet none does know, but you, how she came dead,...

18

IV,3,1860

And as for Pericles,
What should he say? We wept after her hearse,...

19

IV,3,1870

You are like one that superstitiously
Doth swear to the gods that winter kills the flies:...

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