Speeches (Lines) for All Servants
in "Timon of Athens"

Total: 7

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# Act, Scene, Line
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Speech text

1

II,2,745

Apemantus. He last asked the question. Poor rogues, and
usurers' men! bawds between gold and want!

All Servants. What are we, Apemantus?


2

II,2,747

Apemantus. Asses.

All Servants. Why?


3

II,2,751

Fool. How do you, gentlemen?

All Servants. Gramercies, good fool: how does your mistress?


4

II,2,776

Apemantus. If Timon stay at home. You three serve three usurers?

All Servants. Ay; would they served us!


5

II,2,779

Fool. Are you three usurers' men?

All Servants. Ay, fool.


6

II,2,801

Apemantus. That answer might have become Apemantus.

All Servants. Aside, aside; here comes Lord Timon.


7

II,2,881

(stage directions). [Enter FLAMINIUS, SERVILIUS, and other Servants]

All Servants. My lord? my lord?


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