Speeches (Lines) for Salanio
in "Merchant of Venice"

Total: 18

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# Act, Scene, Line
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1

I,1,16

Believe me, sir, had I such venture forth,
The better part of my affections would...

2

I,1,61

Here comes Bassanio, your most noble kinsman,
Gratiano and Lorenzo. Fare ye well:...

3

II,4,805

'Tis vile, unless it may be quaintly order'd,
And better in my mind not undertook.

4

II,4,827

Ay, marry, I'll be gone about it straight.

5

II,4,828

And so will I.

6

II,8,1075

The villain Jew with outcries raised the duke,
Who went with him to search Bassanio's ship.

7

II,8,1083

I never heard a passion so confused,
So strange, outrageous, and so variable,...

8

II,8,1096

Let good Antonio look he keep his day,
Or he shall pay for this.

9

II,8,1105

You were best to tell Antonio what you hear;
Yet do not suddenly, for it may grieve him.

10

II,8,1122

I think he only loves the world for him.
I pray thee, let us go and find him out...

11

III,1,1239

Now, what news on the Rialto?

12

III,1,1246

I would she were as lying a gossip in that as ever
knapped ginger or made her neighbours believe she...

13

III,1,1254

Ha! what sayest thou? Why, the end is, he hath
lost a ship.

14

III,1,1257

Let me say 'amen' betimes, lest the devil cross my
prayer, for here he comes in the likeness of a Jew....

15

III,1,1265

And Shylock, for his own part, knew the bird was
fledged; and then it is the complexion of them all...

16

III,1,1269

That's certain, if the devil may be her judge.

17

III,1,1271

Out upon it, old carrion! rebels it at these years?

18

III,1,1313

Here comes another of the tribe: a third cannot be
matched, unless the devil himself turn Jew.

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