Speeches (Lines) for Mardian
in "Antony and Cleopatra"

Total: 7

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# Act, Scene, Line
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Speech text

1

I,5,532

What's your highness' pleasure?

2

I,5,537

Yes, gracious madam.

3

I,5,539

Not in deed, madam; for I can do nothing
But what indeed is honest to be done:
Yet have I fierce affections, and think
What Venus did with Mars.

4

II,5,1057

As well as I can, madam.

5

IV,14,3006

No, Antony;
My mistress loved thee, and her fortunes mingled
With thine entirely.

6

IV,14,3011

Death of one person can be paid but once,
And that she has discharged: what thou wouldst do
Is done unto thy hand: the last she spake
Was 'Antony! most noble Antony!'
Then in the midst a tearing groan did break
The name of Antony; it was divided
Between her heart and lips: she render'd life,
Thy name so buried in her.

7

IV,14,3020

Dead.

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