Speeches (Lines) for Hector
in "Troilus and Cressida"

Total: 57

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1

II,2,997

Though no man lesser fears the Greeks than I
As far as toucheth my particular,...

2

II,2,1043

Brother, she is not worth what she doth cost
The holding.

3

II,2,1046

But value dwells not in particular will;
It holds his estimate and dignity...

4

II,2,1094

It is Cassandra.

5

II,2,1098

Peace, sister, peace!

6

II,2,1109

Now, youthful Troilus, do not these high strains
Of divination in our sister work...

7

II,2,1161

Paris and Troilus, you have both said well,
And on the cause and question now in hand...

8

II,2,1205

I am yours,
You valiant offspring of great Priamus....

9

IV,5,2739

Why, then will I no more:
Thou art, great lord, my father's sister's son,...

10

IV,5,2763

Not Neoptolemus so mirable,
On whose bright crest Fame with her loud'st Oyes...

11

IV,5,2769

We'll answer it;
The issue is embracement: Ajax, farewell.

12

IV,5,2776

AEneas, call my brother Troilus to me,
And signify this loving interview...

13

IV,5,2782

The worthiest of them tell me name by name;
But for Achilles, mine own searching eyes...

14

IV,5,2794

I thank thee, most imperious Agamemnon.

15

IV,5,2799

Who must we answer?

16

IV,5,2801

O, you, my lord? by Mars his gauntlet, thanks!
Mock not, that I affect the untraded oath;...

17

IV,5,2806

O, pardon; I offend.

18

IV,5,2826

Let me embrace thee, good old chronicle,
That hast so long walk'd hand in hand with time:...

19

IV,5,2831

I would they could.

20

IV,5,2837

I know your favour, Lord Ulysses, well.
Ah, sir, there's many a Greek and Trojan dead,...

21

IV,5,2846

I must not believe you:
There they stand yet, and modestly I think,...

22

IV,5,2860

Is this Achilles?

23

IV,5,2862

Stand fair, I pray thee: let me look on thee.

24

IV,5,2864

Nay, I have done already.

25

IV,5,2867

O, like a book of sport thou'lt read me o'er;
But there's more in me than thou understand'st....

26

IV,5,2875

It would discredit the blest gods, proud man,
To answer such a question: stand again:...

27

IV,5,2881

Wert thou an oracle to tell me so,
I'd not believe thee. Henceforth guard thee well;...

28

IV,5,2896

I pray you, let us see you in the field:
We have had pelting wars, since you refused...

29

IV,5,2902

Thy hand upon that match.

30

V,1,3004

I trouble you.

31

V,1,3011

Thanks and good night to the Greeks' general.

32

V,1,3013

Good night, sweet lord Menelaus.

33

V,1,3024

Give me your hand.

34

V,1,3029

And so, good night.

35

V,3,3279

You train me to offend you; get you in:
By all the everlasting gods, I'll go!

36

V,3,3282

No more, I say.

37

V,3,3291

Ho! bid my trumpet sound!

38

V,3,3293

Be gone, I say: the gods have heard me swear.

39

V,3,3304

Hold you still, I say;
Mine honour keeps the weather of my fate:...

40

V,3,3312

No, faith, young Troilus; doff thy harness, youth;
I am to-day i' the vein of chivalry:...

41

V,3,3320

What vice is that, good Troilus? chide me for it.

42

V,3,3324

O,'tis fair play.

43

V,3,3326

How now! how now!

44

V,3,3332

Fie, savage, fie!

45

V,3,3334

Troilus, I would not have you fight to-day.

46

V,3,3354

AEneas is a-field;
And I do stand engaged to many Greeks,...

47

V,3,3359

I must not break my faith.
You know me dutiful; therefore, dear sir,...

48

V,3,3366

Andromache, I am offended with you:
Upon the love you bear me, get you in.

49

V,3,3383

You are amazed, my liege, at her exclaim:
Go in and cheer the town: we'll forth and fight,...

50

V,4,3439

What art thou, Greek? art thou for Hector's match?
Art thou of blood and honour?

51

V,4,3443

I do believe thee: live.

52

V,6,3528

Yea, Troilus? O, well fought, my youngest brother!

53

V,6,3531

Pause, if thou wilt.

54

V,6,3538

Fare thee well:
I would have been much more a fresher man,...

55

V,6,3549

Stand, stand, thou Greek; thou art a goodly mark:
No? wilt thou not? I like thy armour well;...

56

V,8,3588

Most putrefied core, so fair without,
Thy goodly armour thus hath cost thy life....

57

V,8,3599

I am unarm'd; forego this vantage, Greek.

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