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

Total: 9

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# Act, Scene, Line
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Speech text

1

II,2,750

How do you, gentlemen?

2

II,2,752

She's e'en setting on water to scald such chickens
as you are. Would we could see you at Corinth!

3

II,2,756

Look you, here comes my mistress' page.

4

II,2,774

Will you leave me there?

5

II,2,778

Are you three usurers' men?

6

II,2,780

I think no usurer but has a fool to his servant: my
mistress is one, and I am her fool. When men come
to borrow of your masters, they approach sadly, and
go away merry; but they enter my mistress' house
merrily, and go away sadly: the reason of this?

7

II,2,790

A fool in good clothes, and something like thee.
'Tis a spirit: sometime't appears like a lord;
sometime like a lawyer; sometime like a philosopher,
with two stones moe than's artificial one: he is
very often like a knight; and, generally, in all
shapes that man goes up and down in from fourscore
to thirteen, this spirit walks in.

8

II,2,798

Nor thou altogether a wise man: as much foolery as
I have, so much wit thou lackest.

9

II,2,804

I do not always follow lover, elder brother and
woman; sometime the philosopher.

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