Speeches (Lines) for Antonio
in "Tempest"

Total: 57

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# Act, Scene, Line
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Speech text

1

I,1,18

Where is the master, boatswain?

2

I,1,53

Hang, cur! hang, you whoreson, insolent noisemaker!
We are less afraid to be drowned than thou art.

3

I,1,66

We are merely cheated of our lives by drunkards:
This wide-chapp'd rascal—would thou mightst lie drowning...

4

I,1,76

Let's all sink with the king.

5

II,1,717

The visitor will not give him o'er so.

6

II,1,729

Fie, what a spendthrift is he of his tongue!

7

II,1,733

Which, of he or Adrian, for a good
wager, first begins to crow?

8

II,1,736

The cockerel.

9

II,1,738

A laughter.

10

II,1,745

He could not miss't.

11

II,1,748

Temperance was a delicate wench.

12

II,1,752

Or as 'twere perfumed by a fen.

13

II,1,754

True; save means to live.

14

II,1,757

The ground indeed is tawny.

15

II,1,759

He misses not much.

16

II,1,768

If but one of his pockets could speak, would it not
say he lies?

17

II,1,778

Widow! a pox o' that! How came that widow in?
widow Dido!

18

II,1,789

What impossible matter will he make easy next?

19

II,1,792

And, sowing the kernels of it in the sea, bring
forth more islands.

20

II,1,795

Why, in good time.

21

II,1,799

And the rarest that e'er came there.

22

II,1,801

O, widow Dido! ay, widow Dido.

23

II,1,804

That sort was well fished for.

24

II,1,846

And most chirurgeonly.

25

II,1,850

Very foul.

26

II,1,852

He'ld sow't with nettle-seed.

27

II,1,867

The latter end of his commonwealth forgets the
beginning.

28

II,1,876

None, man; all idle: whores and knaves.

29

II,1,880

Long live Gonzalo!

30

II,1,887

'Twas you we laughed at.

31

II,1,891

What a blow was there given!

32

II,1,898

Nay, good my lord, be not angry.

33

II,1,902

Go sleep, and hear us.

34

II,1,911

We two, my lord,
Will guard your person while you take your rest,...

35

II,1,917

It is the quality o' the climate.

36

II,1,921

Nor I; my spirits are nimble.
They fell together all, as by consent;...

37

II,1,930

Do you not hear me speak?

38

II,1,937

Noble Sebastian,
Thou let'st thy fortune sleep—die, rather; wink'st...

39

II,1,942

I am more serious than my custom: you
Must be so too, if heed me; which to do...

40

II,1,946

I'll teach you how to flow.

41

II,1,949

O,
If you but knew how you the purpose cherish...

42

II,1,959

Thus, sir:
Although this lord of weak remembrance, this,...

43

II,1,969

O, out of that 'no hope'
What great hope have you! no hope that way is...

44

II,1,976

Then, tell me,
Who's the next heir of Naples?

45

II,1,979

She that is queen of Tunis; she that dwells
Ten leagues beyond man's life; she that from Naples...

46

II,1,992

A space whose every cubit
Seems to cry out, 'How shall that Claribel...

47

II,1,1005

And how does your content
Tender your own good fortune?

48

II,1,1009

True:
And look how well my garments sit upon me;...

49

II,1,1014

Ay, sir; where lies that? if 'twere a kibe,
'Twould put me to my slipper: but I feel not...

50

II,1,1034

Draw together;
And when I rear my hand, do you the like,...

51

II,1,1050

Then let us both be sudden.

52

II,1,1062

O, 'twas a din to fright a monster's ear,
To make an earthquake! sure, it was the roar...

53

III,3,1565

[Aside to SEBASTIAN] I am right glad that he's so
out of hope....

54

III,3,1571

[Aside to SEBASTIAN] Let it be to-night;
For, now they are oppress'd with travel, they...

55

III,3,1589

I'll believe both;
And what does else want credit, come to me,...

56

III,3,1689

I'll be thy second.

57

V,1,2339

Very like; one of them
Is a plain fish, and, no doubt, marketable.

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