Speeches (Lines) for Florizel
in "Winter's Tale"

Total: 45

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1

IV,4,1856

These your unusual weeds to each part of you
Do give a life: no shepherdess, but Flora...

2

IV,4,1871

I bless the time
When my good falcon made her flight across...

3

IV,4,1883

Apprehend
Nothing but jollity. The gods themselves,...

4

IV,4,1902

Thou dearest Perdita,
With these forced thoughts, I prithee, darken not...

5

IV,4,1916

See, your guests approach:
Address yourself to entertain them sprightly,...

6

IV,4,2009

What, like a corse?

7

IV,4,2016

What you do
Still betters what is done. When you speak, sweet....

8

IV,4,2034

I think you have
As little skill to fear as I have purpose...

9

IV,4,2255

Old sir, I know
She prizes not such trifles as these are:...

10

IV,4,2271

Do, and be witness to 't.

11

IV,4,2273

And he, and more
Than he, and men, the earth, the heavens, and all:...

12

IV,4,2294

O, that must be
I' the virtue of your daughter: one being dead,...

13

IV,4,2303

I have: but what of him?

14

IV,4,2305

He neither does nor shall.

15

IV,4,2315

No, good sir;
He has his health and ampler strength indeed...

16

IV,4,2325

I yield all this;
But for some other reasons, my grave sir,...

17

IV,4,2330

He shall not.

18

IV,4,2332

No, he must not.

19

IV,4,2335

Come, come, he must not.
Mark our contract.

20

IV,4,2391

Why look you so upon me?
I am but sorry, not afeard; delay'd,...

21

IV,4,2403

I not purpose it.
I think, Camillo?

22

IV,4,2409

It cannot fail but by
The violation of my faith; and then...

23

IV,4,2416

I am, and by my fancy: if my reason
Will thereto be obedient, I have reason;...

24

IV,4,2421

So call it: but it does fulfil my vow;
I needs must think it honesty. Camillo,...

25

IV,4,2443

Hark, Perdita
[Drawing her aside]...

26

IV,4,2453

Now, good Camillo;
I am so fraught with curious business that...

27

IV,4,2459

Very nobly
Have you deserved: it is my father's music...

28

IV,4,2477

How, Camillo,
May this, almost a miracle, be done?...

29

IV,4,2483

Not any yet:
But as the unthought-on accident is guilty...

30

IV,4,2502

Worthy Camillo,
What colour for my visitation shall I...

31

IV,4,2514

I am bound to you:
There is some sap in this.

32

IV,4,2534

My good Camillo,
She is as forward of her breeding as...

33

IV,4,2542

My prettiest Perdita!
But O, the thorns we stand upon! Camillo,...

34

IV,4,2584

And those that you'll procure from King Leontes—

35

IV,4,2611

Dispatch, I prithee.

36

IV,4,2628

Should I now meet my father,
He would not call me son.

37

IV,4,2634

O Perdita, what have we twain forgot!
Pray you, a word.

38

IV,4,2642

Fortune speed us!
Thus we set on, Camillo, to the sea-side.

39

V,1,2991

By his command
Have I here touch'd Sicilia and from him...

40

V,1,3011

Good my lord,
She came from Libya.

41

V,1,3015

Most royal sir, from thence; from him, whose daughter
His tears proclaim'd his, parting with her: thence,...

42

V,1,3054

Camillo has betray'd me;
Whose honour and whose honesty till now...

43

V,1,3070

We are not, sir, nor are we like to be;
The stars, I see, will kiss the valleys first:...

44

V,1,3075

She is,
When once she is my wife.

45

V,1,3083

Dear, look up:
Though Fortune, visible an enemy,...

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