Speeches (Lines) for Lady Anne
in "Richard III"

Total: 51

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1

I,2,174

Set down, set down your honourable load,
If honour may be shrouded in a hearse,...

2

I,2,208

What black magician conjures up this fiend,
To stop devoted charitable deeds?

3

I,2,217

What, do you tremble? are you all afraid?
Alas, I blame you not; for you are mortal,...

4

I,2,224

Foul devil, for God's sake, hence, and trouble us not;
For thou hast made the happy earth thy hell,...

5

I,2,245

Villain, thou know'st no law of God nor man:
No beast so fierce but knows some touch of pity.

6

I,2,248

O wonderful, when devils tell the truth!

7

I,2,253

Vouchsafe, defused infection of a man,
For these known evils, but to give me leave,...

8

I,2,258

Fouler than heart can think thee, thou canst make
No excuse current, but to hang thyself.

9

I,2,261

And, by despairing, shouldst thou stand excused;
For doing worthy vengeance on thyself,...

10

I,2,265

Why, then they are not dead:
But dead they are, and devilish slave, by thee.

11

I,2,268

Why, then he is alive.

12

I,2,270

In thy foul throat thou liest: Queen Margaret saw
Thy murderous falchion smoking in his blood;...

13

I,2,276

Thou wast provoked by thy bloody mind.
Which never dreamt on aught but butcheries:...

14

I,2,280

Dost grant me, hedgehog? then, God grant me too
Thou mayst be damned for that wicked deed!...

15

I,2,284

He is in heaven, where thou shalt never come.

16

I,2,287

And thou unfit for any place but hell.

17

I,2,289

Some dungeon.

18

I,2,291

I'll rest betide the chamber where thou liest!

19

I,2,293

I hope so.

20

I,2,300

Thou art the cause, and most accursed effect.

21

I,2,305

If I thought that, I tell thee, homicide,
These nails should rend that beauty from my cheeks.

22

I,2,311

Black night o'ershade thy day, and death thy life!

23

I,2,313

I would I were, to be revenged on thee.

24

I,2,316

It is a quarrel just and reasonable,
To be revenged on him that slew my husband.

25

I,2,320

His better doth not breathe upon the earth.

26

I,2,322

Name him.

27

I,2,324

Why, that was he.

28

I,2,326

Where is he?

29

I,2,330

Would it were mortal poison, for thy sake!

30

I,2,332

Never hung poison on a fouler toad.
Out of my sight! thou dost infect my eyes.

31

I,2,335

Would they were basilisks, to strike thee dead!

32

I,2,372

Arise, dissembler: though I wish thy death,
I will not be the executioner.

33

I,2,375

I have already.

34

I,2,381

I would I knew thy heart.

35

I,2,383

I fear me both are false.

36

I,2,385

Well, well, put up your sword.

37

I,2,387

That shall you know hereafter.

38

I,2,389

All men, I hope, live so.

39

I,2,391

To take is not to give.

40

I,2,398

What is it?

41

I,2,408

With all my heart; and much it joys me too,
To see you are become so penitent....

42

I,2,412

'Tis more than you deserve;
But since you teach me how to flatter you,...

43

IV,1,2471

God give your graces both
A happy and a joyful time of day!

44

IV,1,2474

No farther than the Tower; and, as I guess,
Upon the like devotion as yourselves,...

45

IV,1,2491

Their aunt I am in law, in love their mother:
Then bring me to their sights; I'll bear thy blame...

46

IV,1,2507

Despiteful tidings! O unpleasing news!

47

IV,1,2528

And I in all unwillingness will go.
I would to God that the inclusive verge...

48

IV,1,2536

No! why? When he that is my husband now
Came to me, as I follow'd Henry's corse,...

49

IV,1,2559

No more than from my soul I mourn for yours.

50

IV,1,2561

Adieu, poor soul, that takest thy leave of it!

51

V,3,3654

[To KING RICHARD III]
Richard, thy wife, that wretched Anne thy wife,...

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