Speeches (Lines) for George Plantagenet (Duke of Clarence)
in "Richard III"

Total: 33

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# Act, Scene, Line
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Speech text

1

I,1,47

His majesty
Tendering my person's safety, hath appointed...

2

I,1,51

Because my name is George.

3

I,1,57

Yea, Richard, when I know; for I protest
As yet I do not: but, as I can learn,...

4

I,1,76

By heaven, I think there's no man is secure
But the queen's kindred and night-walking heralds...

5

I,1,110

We know thy charge, Brakenbury, and will obey.

6

I,1,118

I know it pleaseth neither of us well.

7

I,1,121

I must perforce. Farewell.

8

I,4,835

O, I have pass'd a miserable night,
So full of ugly sights, of ghastly dreams,...

9

I,4,842

Methoughts that I had broken from the Tower,
And was embark'd to cross to Burgundy;...

10

I,4,869

Methought I had; and often did I strive
To yield the ghost: but still the envious flood...

11

I,4,876

O, no, my dream was lengthen'd after life;
O, then began the tempest to my soul,...

12

I,4,899

O Brakenbury, I have done those things,
Which now bear evidence against my soul,...

13

I,4,988

Where art thou, keeper? give me a cup of wine.

14

I,4,990

In God's name, what art thou?

15

I,4,992

But not, as I am, royal.

16

I,4,994

Thy voice is thunder, but thy looks are humble.

17

I,4,996

How darkly and how deadly dost thou speak!
Your eyes do menace me: why look you pale?...

18

I,4,1000

To murder me?

19

I,4,1002

You scarcely have the hearts to tell me so,
And therefore cannot have the hearts to do it....

20

I,4,1006

I shall be reconciled to him again.

21

I,4,1008

Are you call'd forth from out a world of men
To slay the innocent? What is my offence?...

22

I,4,1022

Erroneous vassal! the great King of kings
Hath in the tables of his law commanded...

23

I,4,1038

Alas! for whose sake did I that ill deed?
For Edward, for my brother, for his sake: Why, sirs,...

24

I,4,1050

My brother's love, the devil, and my rage.

25

I,4,1053

Oh, if you love my brother, hate not me;
I am his brother, and I love him well....

26

I,4,1060

O, no, he loves me, and he holds me dear:
Go you to him from me.

27

I,4,1063

Tell him, when that our princely father York
Bless'd his three sons with his victorious arm,...

28

I,4,1069

O, do not slander him, for he is kind.

29

I,4,1073

It cannot be; for when I parted with him,
He hugg'd me in his arms, and swore, with sobs,...

30

I,4,1079

Hast thou that holy feeling in thy soul,
To counsel me to make my peace with God,...

31

I,4,1086

Relent, and save your souls.

32

I,4,1088

Not to relent is beastly, savage, devilish.
Which of you, if you were a prince's son,...

33

V,3,3612

[To KING RICHARD III]
Let me sit heavy on thy soul to-morrow!...

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