Speeches (Lines) for Alexas
in "Antony and Cleopatra"

Total: 15

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# Act, Scene, Line
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1

I,2,84

Soothsayer!

2

I,2,89

Show him your hand.

3

I,2,100

Vex not his prescience; be attentive.

4

I,2,104

Nay, hear him.

5

I,2,119

You think none but your sheets are privy to your wishes.

6

I,2,121

We'll know all our fortunes.

7

I,2,151

Lo, now, if it lay in their hands to make me a
cuckold, they would make themselves whores, but
they'ld do't!

8

I,2,166

Here, at your service. My lord approaches.

9

I,5,561

Sovereign of Egypt, hail!

10

I,5,566

Last thing he did, dear queen,
He kiss'd,—the last of many doubled kisses,—
This orient pearl. His speech sticks in my heart.

11

I,5,570

'Good friend,' quoth he,
'Say, the firm Roman to great Egypt sends
This treasure of an oyster; at whose foot,
To mend the petty present, I will piece
Her opulent throne with kingdoms; all the east,
Say thou, shall call her mistress.' So he nodded,
And soberly did mount an arm-gaunt steed,
Who neigh'd so high, that what I would have spoke
Was beastly dumb'd by him.

12

I,5,580

Like to the time o' the year between the extremes
Of hot and cold, he was nor sad nor merry.

13

I,5,591

Ay, madam, twenty several messengers:
Why do you send so thick?

14

III,3,1683

Half afeard to come.

15

III,3,1687

Good majesty,
Herod of Jewry dare not look upon you
But when you are well pleased.

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