Speeches (Lines) for Queen
in "Richard II"

Total: 25

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# Act, Scene, Line
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Speech text

1

II,1,755

How fares our noble uncle, Lancaster?

2

II,2,998

To please the king I did; to please myself
I cannot do it; yet I know no cause...

3

II,2,1021

It may be so; but yet my inward soul
Persuades me it is otherwise: howe'er it be,...

4

II,2,1027

'Tis nothing less: conceit is still derived
From some forefather grief; mine is not so,...

5

II,2,1037

Why hopest thou so? 'tis better hope he is;
For his designs crave haste, his haste good hope:...

6

II,2,1046

Now God in heaven forbid!

7

II,2,1057

So, Green, thou art the midwife to my woe,
And Bolingbroke my sorrow's dismal heir:...

8

II,2,1063

Who shall hinder me?
I will despair, and be at enmity...

9

II,2,1071

With signs of war about his aged neck:
O, full of careful business are his looks!...

10

III,4,1861

What sport shall we devise here in this garden,
To drive away the heavy thought of care?

11

III,4,1864

'Twill make me think the world is full of rubs,
And that my fortune rubs against the bias.

12

III,4,1867

My legs can keep no measure in delight,
When my poor heart no measure keeps in grief:...

13

III,4,1871

Of sorrow or of joy?

14

III,4,1873

Of neither, girl:
For of joy, being altogether wanting,...

15

III,4,1881

'Tis well that thou hast cause
But thou shouldst please me better, wouldst thou weep.

16

III,4,1884

And I could sing, would weeping do me good,
And never borrow any tear of thee....

17

III,4,1938

O, I am press'd to death through want of speaking!
[Coming forward]...

18

III,4,1959

Nimble mischance, that art so light of foot,
Doth not thy embassage belong to me,...

19

V,1,2334

This way the king will come; this is the way
To Julius Caesar's ill-erected tower,...

20

V,1,2360

What, is my Richard both in shape and mind
Transform'd and weaken'd? hath Bolingbroke deposed...

21

V,1,2416

And must we be divided? must we part?

22

V,1,2418

Banish us both and send the king with me.

23

V,1,2420

Then whither he goes, thither let me go.

24

V,1,2425

So longest way shall have the longest moans.

25

V,1,2432

Give me mine own again; 'twere no good part
To take on me to keep and kill thy heart....

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