Speeches (Lines) for Third Gentleman
in "Winter's Tale"

Total: 6

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# Act, Scene, Line
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Speech text

1

V,2,3139

Most true, if ever truth were pregnant by
circumstance: that which you hear you'll swear you...

2

V,2,3151

Then have you lost a sight, which was to be seen,
cannot be spoken of. There might you have beheld one...

3

V,2,3170

Like an old tale still, which will have matter to
rehearse, though credit be asleep and not an ear...

4

V,2,3177

Wrecked the same instant of their master's death and
in the view of the shepherd: so that all the...

5

V,2,3190

One of the prettiest touches of all and that which
angled for mine eyes, caught the water though not...

6

V,2,3202

No: the princess hearing of her mother's statue,
which is in the keeping of Paulina,—a piece many...

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