Speeches (Lines) for Flavius
in "Timon of Athens"

Total: 41

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# Act, Scene, Line
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1

I,2,509

My lord?

2

I,2,511

Yes, my lord. More jewels yet!
There is no crossing him in 's humour;...

3

I,2,534

I beseech your honour,
Vouchsafe me a word; it does concern you near.

4

I,2,539

[Aside] I scarce know how.

5

I,2,554

[Aside] What will this come to?
He commands us to provide, and give great gifts,...

6

II,2,668

No care, no stop! so senseless of expense,
That he will neither know how to maintain it,...

7

II,2,720

Please you, gentlemen,
The time is unagreeable to this business:...

8

II,2,727

Pray, draw near.

9

II,2,807

Pray you, walk near: I'll speak with you anon.

10

II,2,813

You would not hear me,
At many leisures I proposed.

11

II,2,820

O my good lord,
At many times I brought in my accounts,...

12

II,2,835

'Tis all engaged, some forfeited and gone;
And what remains will hardly stop the mouth...

13

II,2,841

O my good lord, the world is but a word:
Were it all yours to give it in a breath,...

14

II,2,845

If you suspect my husbandry or falsehood,
Call me before the exactest auditors...

15

II,2,855

Heavens, have I said, the bounty of this lord!
How many prodigal bits have slaves and peasants...

16

II,2,874

Assurance bless your thoughts!

17

II,2,889

[Aside] Lord Lucius and Lucullus? hum!

18

II,2,894

I have been bold—
For that I knew it the most general way—...

19

II,2,900

They answer, in a joint and corporate voice,
That now they are at fall, want treasure, cannot...

20

II,2,937

I would I could not think it: that thought is
bounty's foe;...

21

III,4,1217

What do ye ask of me, my friend?

22

III,4,1219

Ay,
If money were as certain as your waiting,...

23

III,4,1232

If 'twill not serve,'tis not so base as you;
For you serve knaves.

24

III,4,1290

My dear lord,—

25

III,4,1292

My lord,—

26

III,4,1294

Here, my lord.

27

III,4,1299

O my lord,
You only speak from your distracted soul;...

28

IV,2,1609

Alack, my fellows, what should I say to you?
Let me be recorded by the righteous gods,...

29

IV,2,1625

All broken implements of a ruin'd house.

30

IV,2,1632

Good fellows all,
The latest of my wealth I'll share amongst you....

31

IV,3,2172

O you gods!
Is yond despised and ruinous man my lord?...

32

IV,3,2188

Have you forgot me, sir?

33

IV,3,2191

An honest poor servant of yours.

34

IV,3,2195

The gods are witness,
Ne'er did poor steward wear a truer grief...

35

IV,3,2204

I beg of you to know me, good my lord,
To accept my grief and whilst this poor wealth lasts...

36

IV,3,2228

No, my most worthy master; in whose breast
Doubt and suspect, alas, are placed too late:...

37

IV,3,2252

O, let me stay,
And comfort you, my master.

38

V,1,2389

It is in vain that you would speak with Timon;
For he is set so only to himself...

39

V,1,2402

Here is his cave.
Peace and content be here! Lord Timon! Timon!...

40

V,1,2469

Stay not, all's in vain.

41

V,1,2502

Trouble him no further; thus you still shall find him.

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