Speeches (Lines) for Lewis
in "King John"

Total: 29

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# Act, Scene, Line
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Speech text

1

II,1,291

Before Angiers well met, brave Austria.
Arthur, that great forerunner of thy blood,...

2

II,1,308

A noble boy! Who would not do thee right?

3

II,1,446

Women and fools, break off your conference.
King John, this is the very sum of all;...

4

II,1,808

I do, my lord; and in her eye I find
A wonder, or a wondrous miracle,...

5

II,1,838

Nay, ask me if I can refrain from love;
For I do love her most unfeignedly.

6

II,1,857

She is sad and passionate at your highness' tent.

7

III,1,1127

Bethink you, father; for the difference
Is purchase of a heavy curse from Rome,...

8

III,1,1226

Father, to arms!

9

III,1,1245

I muse your majesty doth seem so cold,
When such profound respects do pull you on.

10

III,1,1265

Lady, with me, with me thy fortune lies.

11

III,4,1393

What he hath won, that hath he fortified:
So hot a speed with such advice disposed,...

12

III,4,1495

There's nothing in this world can make me joy:
Life is as tedious as a twice-told tale...

13

III,4,1505

All days of glory, joy and happiness.

14

III,4,1512

As heartily as he is glad he hath him.

15

III,4,1529

But what shall I gain by young Arthur's fall?

16

III,4,1532

And lose it, life and all, as Arthur did.

17

III,4,1548

May be he will not touch young Arthur's life,
But hold himself safe in his prisonment.

18

III,4,1570

Strong reasons make strong actions: let us go:
If you say ay, the king will not say no.

19

V,2,2279

My Lord Melun, let this be copied out,
And keep it safe for our remembrance:...

20

V,2,2318

A noble temper dost thou show in this;
And great affections wrestling in thy bosom...

21

V,2,2358

Your grace shall pardon me, I will not back:
I am too high-born to be propertied,...

22

V,2,2390

Outside or inside, I will not return
Till my attempt so much be glorified...

23

V,2,2441

There end thy brave, and turn thy face in peace;
We grant thou canst outscold us: fare thee well;...

24

V,2,2447

We will attend to neither.
Strike up the drums; and let the tongue of war...

25

V,2,2463

Strike up our drums, to find this danger out.

26

V,5,2552

The sun of heaven methought was loath to set,
But stay'd and made the western welkin blush,...

27

V,5,2562

Here: what news?

28

V,5,2567

Ah, foul shrewd news! beshrew thy very heart!
I did not think to be so sad to-night...

29

V,5,2573

Well; keep good quarter and good care to-night:
The day shall not be up so soon as I,...

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