Speeches (Lines) for Nurse
in "Titus Andronicus"

Total: 10

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# Act, Scene, Line
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Speech text

1

IV,2,1739

Good morrow, lords:
O, tell me, did you see Aaron the Moor?

2

IV,2,1743

O gentle Aaron, we are all undone!
Now help, or woe betide thee evermore!

3

IV,2,1747

O, that which I would hide from heaven's eye,
Our empress' shame, and stately Rome's disgrace!...

4

IV,2,1751

I mean, she is brought a-bed.

5

IV,2,1753

A devil.

6

IV,2,1755

A joyless, dismal, black, and sorrowful issue:
Here is the babe, as loathsome as a toad...

7

IV,2,1771

Aaron, it must; the mother wills it so.

8

IV,2,1804

The emperor, in his rage, will doom her death.

9

IV,2,1818

Aaron, what shall I say unto the empress?

10

IV,2,1832

Cornelia the midwife and myself;
And no one else but the deliver'd empress.

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