Speeches (Lines) for First Fisherman
in "Pericles"

Total: 15

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# Act, Scene, Line
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Speech text

1

II,1,592

What, ho, Pilch!

2

II,1,594

What, Patch-breech, I say!

3

II,1,596

Look how thou stirrest now! come away, or I'll
fetch thee with a wanion.

4

II,1,600

Alas, poor souls, it grieved my heart to hear what
pitiful cries they made to us to help them, when,...

5

II,1,608

Why, as men do a-land; the great ones eat up the
little ones: I can compare our rich misers to...

6

II,1,644

No, friend, cannot you beg? Here's them in our
country Greece gets more with begging than we can do...

7

II,1,658

Die quoth-a? Now gods forbid! I have a gown here;
come, put it on; keep thee warm. Now, afore me, a...

8

II,1,676

Hark you, sir, do you know where ye are?

9

II,1,678

Why, I'll tell you: this is called Pentapolis, and
our king the good Simonides.

10

II,1,681

Ay, sir; and he deserves so to be called for his
peaceable reign and good government.

11

II,1,686

Marry, sir, half a day's journey: and I'll tell
you, he hath a fair daughter, and to-morrow is her...

12

II,1,692

O, sir, things must be as they may; and what a man
cannot get, he may lawfully deal for—his wife's soul.

13

II,1,715

What mean you, sir?

14

II,1,724

Why, wilt thou tourney for the lady?

15

II,1,726

Why, do 'e take it, and the gods give thee good on't!

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