Speeches (Lines) for John Talbot
in "Henry VI, Part I"

Total: 11

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# Act, Scene, Line
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1

IV,5,2146

Is my name Talbot? and am I your son?
And shall I fly? O if you love my mother,...

2

IV,5,2153

He that flies so will ne'er return again.

3

IV,5,2155

Then let me stay; and, father, do you fly:
Your loss is great, so your regard should be;...

4

IV,5,2169

Ay, rather than I'll shame my mother's womb.

5

IV,5,2171

To fight I will, but not to fly the foe.

6

IV,5,2173

No part of him but will be shame in me.

7

IV,5,2175

Yes, your renowned name: shall flight abuse it?

8

IV,5,2177

You cannot witness for me, being slain.
If death be so apparent, then both fly.

9

IV,5,2181

And shall my youth be guilty of such blame?
No more can I be sever'd from your side,...

10

IV,6,2198

O, twice my father, twice am I thy son!
The life thou gavest me first was lost and done,...

11

IV,6,2234

The sword of Orleans hath not made me smart;
These words of yours draw life-blood from my heart:...

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