Speeches (Lines) for Katharine
in "Love's Labour's Lost"

Total: 25

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1

II,1,542

The young Dumain, a well-accomplished youth,
Of all that virtue love for virtue loved:...

2

V,2,1892

Ay, and a shrewd unhappy gallows too.

3

V,2,1894

He made her melancholy, sad, and heavy;
And so she died: had she been light, like you,...

4

V,2,1900

A light condition in a beauty dark.

5

V,2,1902

You'll mar the light by taking it in snuff;
Therefore I'll darkly end the argument.

6

V,2,1905

So do not you, for you are a light wench.

7

V,2,1907

You weigh me not? O, that's you care not for me.

8

V,2,1923

Fair as a text B in a copy-book.

9

V,2,1927

A pox of that jest! and I beshrew all shrows.

10

V,2,1929

Madam, this glove.

11

V,2,1931

Yes, madam, and moreover
Some thousand verses of a faithful lover,...

12

V,2,2021

But in this changing what is your intent?

13

V,2,2149

What, was your vizard made without a tongue?

14

V,2,2151

O for your reason! quickly, sir; I long.

15

V,2,2154

Veal, quoth the Dutchman. Is not 'veal' a calf?

16

V,2,2156

No, a fair lord calf.

17

V,2,2158

No, I'll not be your half
Take all, and wean it; it may prove an ox.

18

V,2,2162

Then die a calf, before your horns do grow.

19

V,2,2164

Bleat softly then; the butcher hears you cry.

20

V,2,2189

Lord Longaville said, I came o'er his heart;
And trow you what he called me?

21

V,2,2192

Yes, in good faith.

22

V,2,2197

And Longaville was for my service born.

23

V,2,2766

A beard, fair health, and honesty;
With three-fold love I wish you all these three.

24

V,2,2769

Not so, my lord; a twelvemonth and a day
I'll mark no words that smooth-faced wooers say:...

25

V,2,2774

Yet swear not, lest ye be forsworn again.

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