Speeches (Lines) for Anne Bullen
in "Henry VIII"

Total: 18

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# Act, Scene, Line
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Speech text

1

I,4,691

Was he mad, sir?

2

I,4,718

You are a merry gamester,
My Lord Sands.

3

I,4,723

You cannot show me.

4

II,3,1201

Not for that neither: here's the pang that pinches:
His highness having lived so long with her, and she...

5

II,3,1214

O, God's will! much better
She ne'er had known pomp: though't be temporal,...

6

II,3,1221

So much the more
Must pity drop upon her. Verily,...

7

II,3,1229

By my troth and maidenhead,
I would not be a queen.

8

II,3,1241

Nay, good troth.

9

II,3,1243

No, not for all the riches under heaven.
Old as I am, to queen it: but, I pray you,...

10

II,3,1248

No, in truth.

11

II,3,1254

How you do talk!
I swear again, I would not be a queen...

12

II,3,1264

My good lord,
Not your demand; it values not your asking:...

13

II,3,1270

Now, I pray God, amen!

14

II,3,1280

I do not know
What kind of my obedience I should tender;...

15

II,3,1300

My honour'd lord.

16

II,3,1309

This is strange to me.

17

II,3,1314

Come, you are pleasant.

18

II,3,1323

Good lady,
Make yourself mirth with your particular fancy,...

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