Speeches (Lines) for Marina
in "Pericles"

Total: 63

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1

IV,1,1561

No, I will rob Tellus of her weed,
To strew thy green with flowers: the yellows, blues,...

2

IV,1,1578

No, I pray you;
I'll not bereave you of your servant.

3

IV,1,1592

Well, I will go;
But yet I have no desire to it.

4

IV,1,1601

My thanks, sweet madam.
[Exit DIONYZA]...

5

IV,1,1605

When I was born, the wind was north.

6

IV,1,1607

My father, as nurse said, did never fear,
But cried 'Good seaman!' to the sailors, galling...

7

IV,1,1613

When I was born:
Never was waves nor wind more violent;...

8

IV,1,1621

What mean you?

9

IV,1,1626

Why will you kill me?

10

IV,1,1628

Why would she have me kill'd?
Now, as I can remember, by my troth,...

11

IV,1,1640

You will not do't for all the world, I hope.
You are well favour'd, and your looks foreshow...

12

IV,2,1730

Alack that Leonine was so slack, so slow!
He should have struck, not spoke; or that these pirates,...

13

IV,2,1735

That I am pretty.

14

IV,2,1737

I accuse them not.

15

IV,2,1739

The more my fault
To scape his hands where I was like to die.

16

IV,2,1742

No.

17

IV,2,1746

Are you a woman?

18

IV,2,1748

An honest woman, or not a woman.

19

IV,2,1753

The gods defend me!

20

IV,2,1787

I understand you not.

21

IV,2,1809

If fires be hot, knives sharp, or waters deep,
Untied I still my virgin knot will keep....

22

IV,6,1995

I desire to find him so, that I may worthily note him.

23

IV,6,1998

If he govern the country, you are bound to him
indeed; but how honourable he is in that, I know not.

24

IV,6,2002

What he will do graciously, I will thankfully receive.

25

IV,6,2009

What trade, sir?

26

IV,6,2011

I cannot be offended with my trade. Please you to name it.

27

IV,6,2013

E'er since I can remember.

28

IV,6,2016

Earlier too, sir, if now I be one.

29

IV,6,2019

Do you know this house to be a place of such resort,
and will come into 't? I hear say you are of...

30

IV,6,2023

Who is my principal?

31

IV,6,2031

If you were born to honour, show it now;
If put upon you, make the judgment good...

32

IV,6,2035

For me,
That am a maid, though most ungentle fortune...

33

IV,6,2049

The good gods preserve you!

34

IV,6,2070

Whither would you have me?

35

IV,6,2089

Hark, hark, you gods!

36

IV,6,2096

Whither wilt thou have me?

37

IV,6,2098

Prithee, tell me one thing first.

38

IV,6,2100

What canst thou wish thine enemy to be?

39

IV,6,2102

Neither of these are so bad as thou art,
Since they do better thee in their command....

40

IV,6,2115

Do any thing but this thou doest. Empty
OLD receptacles, or common shores, of filth;...

41

IV,6,2130

Prove that I cannot, take me home again,
And prostitute me to the basest groom...

42

IV,6,2135

But amongst honest women.

43

V,1,2265

Sir, I will use
My utmost skill in his recovery, Provided...

44

V,1,2273

No, nor look'd on us.

45

V,1,2275

Hail, sir! my lord, lend ear.

46

V,1,2277

I am a maid,
My lord, that ne'er before invited eyes,...

47

V,1,2294

I said, my lord, if you did know my parentage,
You would not do me violence.

48

V,1,2299

No, nor of any shores:
Yet I was mortally brought forth, and am...

49

V,1,2310

Where I am but a stranger: from the deck
You may discern the place.

50

V,1,2315

If I should tell my history, it would seem
Like lies disdain'd in the reporting.

51

V,1,2328

So indeed I did.

52

V,1,2333

Some such thing
I said, and said no more but what my thoughts...

53

V,1,2344

My name is Marina.

54

V,1,2348

Patience, good sir,
Or here I'll cease.

55

V,1,2353

The name
Was given me by one that had some power,...

56

V,1,2358

You said you would believe me;
But, not to be a troubler of your peace,...

57

V,1,2365

Call'd Marina
For I was born at sea.

58

V,1,2368

My mother was the daughter of a king;
Who died the minute I was born,...

59

V,1,2379

You scorn: believe me, 'twere best I did give o'er.

60

V,1,2383

The king my father did in Tarsus leave me;
Till cruel Cleon, with his wicked wife,...

61

V,1,2419

First, sir, I pray,
What is your title?

62

V,1,2426

Is it no more to be your daughter than
To say my mother's name was Thaisa?...

63

V,3,2573

My heart
Leaps to be gone into my mother's bosom.

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