Speeches (Lines) for Bassianus
in "Titus Andronicus"

Total: 14

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# Act, Scene, Line
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1

I,1,13

Romans, friends, followers, favorers of my right,
If ever Bassianus, Caesar's son,...

2

I,1,52

Marcus Andronicus, so I do ally
In thy uprightness and integrity,...

3

I,1,70

Tribunes, and me, a poor competitor.

4

I,1,237

Andronicus, I do not flatter thee,
But honour thee, and will do till I die:...

5

I,1,304

Lord Titus, by your leave, this maid is mine.

6

I,1,307

Ay, noble Titus; and resolved withal
To do myself this reason and this right.

7

I,1,315

By him that justly may
Bear his betroth'd from all the world away.

8

I,1,450

And you of yours, my lord! I say no more,
Nor wish no less; and so, I take my leave.

9

I,1,454

Rape, call you it, my lord, to seize my own,
My truth-betrothed love and now my wife?...

10

I,1,460

My lord, what I have done, as best I may,
Answer I must and shall do with my life....

11

II,2,715

Lavinia, how say you?

12

II,3,790

Who have we here? Rome's royal empress,
Unfurnish'd of her well-beseeming troop?...

13

II,3,807

Believe me, queen, your swarth Cimmerian
Doth make your honour of his body's hue,...

14

II,3,820

The king my brother shall have note of this.

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