Speeches (Lines) for First Gentleman
in "Pericles"

Total: 10

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# Act, Scene, Line
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Speech text

1

III,2,1298

Good morrow.

2

III,2,1302

Sir,
Our lodgings, standing bleak upon the sea,
Shook as the earth did quake;
The very principals did seem to rend,
And all-to topple: pure surprise and fear
Made me to quit the house.

3

III,2,1311

But I much marvel that your lordship, having
Rich tire about you, should at these early hours
Shake off the golden slumber of repose.
'Tis most strange,
Nature should be so conversant with pain,
Being thereto not compell'd.

4

III,2,1362

Most strange!

5

III,2,1399

The heavens,
Through you, increase our wonder and set up
Your fame forever.

6

III,2,1414

Most rare.

7

IV,5,1936

Did you ever hear the like?

8

IV,5,1939

But to have divinity preached there! did you ever
dream of such a thing?

9

IV,5,1943

I'll do any thing now that is virtuous; but I
am out of the road of rutting for ever.

10

V,1,2183

Doth your lordship call?

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