Speeches (Lines) for Merchant
in "Timon of Athens"

Total: 8

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# Act, Scene, Line
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Speech text

1

I,1,13

Painter. I know them both; th' other's a jeweller.

Merchant. O, 'tis a worthy lord.


2

I,1,15

Jeweller. Nay, that's most fix'd.

Merchant. A most incomparable man, breathed, as it were,
To an untirable and continuate goodness:
He passes.


3

I,1,19

Merchant. A most incomparable man, breathed, as it were,
To an untirable and continuate goodness:
He passes.

Merchant. O, pray, let's see't: for the Lord Timon, sir?


4

I,1,25

Poet. [Reciting to himself] 'When we for recompense have
praised the vile,
It stains the glory in that happy verse
Which aptly sings the good.'

Merchant. 'Tis a good form.


5

I,1,215

Timon. Well mock'd.

Merchant. No, my good lord; he speaks the common tongue,
Which all men speak with him.


6

I,1,220

(stage directions). [Enter APEMANTUS]

Merchant. He'll spare none.


7

I,1,274

Apemantus. That I had no angry wit to be a lord.
Art not thou a merchant?

Merchant. Ay, Apemantus.


8

I,1,276

Apemantus. Traffic confound thee, if the gods will not!

Merchant. If traffic do it, the gods do it.


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