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

Total: 63

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1

I,2,79

Lord Alexas, sweet Alexas, most any thing Alexas,
almost most absolute Alexas, where's the soothsayer...

2

I,2,86

Is this the man? Is't you, sir, that know things?

3

I,2,93

Good sir, give me good fortune.

4

I,2,95

Pray, then, foresee me one.

5

I,2,97

He means in flesh.

6

I,2,99

Wrinkles forbid!

7

I,2,101

Hush!

8

I,2,103

I had rather heat my liver with drinking.

9

I,2,105

Good now, some excellent fortune! Let me be married
to three kings in a forenoon, and widow them all:...

10

I,2,111

O excellent! I love long life better than figs.

11

I,2,114

Then belike my children shall have no names:
prithee, how many boys and wenches must I have?

12

I,2,118

Out, fool! I forgive thee for a witch.

13

I,2,120

Nay, come, tell Iras hers.

14

I,2,125

E'en as the o'erflowing Nilus presageth famine.

15

I,2,127

Nay, if an oily palm be not a fruitful
prognostication, I cannot scratch mine ear. Prithee,...

16

I,2,134

Well, if you were but an inch of fortune better than
I, where would you choose it?

17

I,2,137

Our worser thoughts heavens mend! Alexas,—come,
his fortune, his fortune! O, let him marry a woman...

18

I,2,150

Amen.

19

I,2,155

Not he; the queen.

20

I,2,160

No, madam.

21

I,3,296

I did not see him since.

22

I,3,302

Madam, methinks, if you did love him dearly,
You do not hold the method to enforce...

23

I,3,306

In each thing give him way, cross him nothing.

24

I,3,308

Tempt him not so too far; I wish, forbear:
In time we hate that which we often fear....

25

I,5,522

Madam?

26

I,5,525

Why, madam?

27

I,5,528

You think of him too much.

28

I,5,530

Madam, I trust, not so.

29

I,5,598

O that brave Caesar!

30

I,5,601

The valiant Caesar!

31

I,5,605

By your most gracious pardon,
I sing but after you.

32

II,5,1054

My arm is sore; best play with Mardian.

33

II,5,1067

'Twas merry when
You wager'd on your angling; when your diver...

34

II,5,1149

Good madam, keep yourself within yourself:
The man is innocent.

35

II,5,1155

He is afeard to come.

36

II,5,1190

Good your highness, patience.

37

II,5,1192

Many times, madam.

38

III,3,1705

Like her! O Isis! 'tis impossible.

39

III,3,1715

Three in Egypt
Cannot make better note.

40

III,3,1720

Excellent.

41

III,3,1738

A proper man.

42

III,3,1742

Nothing, madam.

43

III,3,1744

Hath he seen majesty? Isis else defend,
And serving you so long!

44

III,3,1749

I warrant you, madam.

45

III,11,2141

Do! why: what else?

46

III,11,2146

Madam!

47

IV,4,2668

Please you, retire to your chamber.

48

IV,13,2965

To the monument!
There lock yourself, and send him word you are dead....

49

IV,15,3164

Be comforted, dear madam.

50

IV,15,3248

O, quietness, lady!

51

IV,15,3250

Lady!

52

IV,15,3252

O madam, madam, madam!

53

IV,15,3254

Peace, peace, Iras!

54

V,2,3427

O Cleopatra! thou art taken, queen:

55

V,2,3630

Madam, I will.

56

V,2,3633

Behold, sir.

57

V,2,3758

Dissolve, thick cloud, and rain; that I may say,
The gods themselves do weep!

58

V,2,3771

O eastern star!

59

V,2,3775

O, break! O, break!

60

V,2,3781

In this vile world? So, fare thee well.
Now boast thee, death, in thy possession lies...

61

V,2,3789

Speak softly, wake her not.

62

V,2,3791

Too slow a messenger.
[Applies an asp]...

63

V,2,3797

It is well done, and fitting for a princess
Descended of so many royal kings....

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