Speeches (Lines) for Sir Pierce of Exton
in "Richard II"

Total: 6

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# Act, Scene, Line
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Speech text

1

V,4,2735

Didst thou not mark the king, what words he spake,
'Have I no friend will rid me of this living fear?'
Was it not so?

2

V,4,2739

'Have I no friend?' quoth he: he spake it twice,
And urged it twice together, did he not?

3

V,4,2742

And speaking it, he wistly look'd on me,
And who should say, 'I would thou wert the man'
That would divorce this terror from my heart;'
Meaning the king at Pomfret. Come, let's go:
I am the king's friend, and will rid his foe.

4

V,5,2871

As full of valour as of royal blood:
Both have I spill'd; O would the deed were good!
For now the devil, that told me I did well,
Says that this deed is chronicled in hell.
This dead king to the living king I'll bear
Take hence the rest, and give them burial here.

5

V,6,2913

Great king, within this coffin I present
Thy buried fear: herein all breathless lies
The mightiest of thy greatest enemies,
Richard of Bordeaux, by me hither brought.

6

V,6,2920

From your own mouth, my lord, did I this deed.

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