Speeches (Lines) for Edmund Mortimer
in "Henry VI, Part I"

Total: 9

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# Act, Scene, Line
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1

II,5,1076

Kind keepers of my weak decaying age,
Let dying Mortimer here rest himself....

2

II,5,1096

Enough: my soul shall then be satisfied.
Poor gentleman! his wrong doth equal mine....

3

II,5,1110

Richard Plantagenet, my friend, is he come?

4

II,5,1114

Direct mine arms I may embrace his neck,
And in his bosom spend my latter gasp:...

5

II,5,1133

That cause, fair nephew, that imprison'd me
And hath detain'd me all my flowering youth...

6

II,5,1140

I will, if that my fading breath permit
And death approach not ere my tale be done....

7

II,5,1174

True; and thou seest that I no issue have
And that my fainting words do warrant death;...

8

II,5,1182

With silence, nephew, be thou politic:
Strong-fixed is the house of Lancaster,...

9

II,5,1191

Thou dost then wrong me, as that slaughterer doth
Which giveth many wounds when one will kill....

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