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

Total: 4

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# Act, Scene, Line
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Speech text

1

II,2,757

Fool. Look you, here comes my mistress' page.

Page. [To the Fool] Why, how now, captain! what do you
in this wise company? How dost thou, Apemantus?


2

II,2,761

Apemantus. Would I had a rod in my mouth, that I might answer
thee profitably.

Page. Prithee, Apemantus, read me the superscription of
these letters: I know not which is which.


3

II,2,764

Apemantus. Canst not read?

Page. No.


4

II,2,769

Apemantus. There will little learning die then, that day thou
art hanged. This is to Lord Timon; this to
Alcibiades. Go; thou wast born a bastard, and thou't
die a bawd.

Page. Thou wast whelped a dog, and thou shalt famish a
dog's death. Answer not; I am gone.


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