Speeches (Lines) for Paulina
in "Winter's Tale"

Total: 59

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# Act, Scene, Line
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1

II,2,836

The keeper of the prison, call to him;
let him have knowledge who I am....

2

II,2,847

Pray you then,
Conduct me to the queen.

3

II,2,851

Here's ado,
To lock up honesty and honour from...

4

II,2,859

I pray now, call her.
Withdraw yourselves.

5

II,2,864

Well, be't so, prithee.
[Exit Gaoler]...

6

II,2,875

A boy?

7

II,2,880

I dare be sworn
These dangerous unsafe lunes i' the king,...

8

II,2,905

Tell her, Emilia.
I'll use that tongue I have: if wit flow from't...

9

II,2,915

You need not fear it, sir:
This child was prisoner to the womb and is...

10

II,2,922

Do not you fear: upon mine honour,
I will stand betwixt you and danger.

11

II,3,958

Nay, rather, good my lords, be second to me:
Fear you his tyrannous passion more, alas,...

12

II,3,965

Not so hot, good sir:
I come to bring him sleep. 'Tis such as you,...

13

II,3,974

No noise, my lord; but needful conference
About some gossips for your highness.

14

II,3,984

From all dishonesty he can: in this,
Unless he take the course that you have done,...

15

II,3,991

Good my liege, I come;
And, I beseech you, hear me, who profess...

16

II,3,999

Good queen, my lord,
Good queen; I say good queen;...

17

II,3,1004

Let him that makes but trifles of his eyes
First hand me: on mine own accord I'll off;...

18

II,3,1013

Not so:
I am as ignorant in that as you...

19

II,3,1023

For ever
Unvenerable be thy hands, if thou...

20

II,3,1028

So I would you did; then 'twere past all doubt
You'ld call your children yours.

21

II,3,1032

Nor I, nor any
But one that's here, and that's himself, for he...

22

II,3,1048

It is yours;
And, might we lay the old proverb to your charge,...

23

II,3,1069

A most unworthy and unnatural lord
Can do no more.

24

II,3,1072

I care not:
It is an heretic that makes the fire,...

25

II,3,1084

I pray you, do not push me; I'll be gone.
Look to your babe, my lord; 'tis yours:...

26

III,2,1377

This news is mortal to the queen: look down
And see what death is doing.

27

III,2,1406

Woe the while!
O, cut my lace, lest my heart, cracking it,...

28

III,2,1410

What studied torments, tyrant, hast for me?
What wheels? racks? fires? what flaying? boiling?...

29

III,2,1440

I say she's dead; I'll swear't. If word nor oath
Prevail not, go and see: if you can bring...

30

III,2,1458

I am sorry for't:
All faults I make, when I shall come to know them,...

31

V,1,2833

True, too true, my lord:
If, one by one, you wedded all the world,...

32

V,1,2847

You are one of those
Would have him wed again.

33

V,1,2860

There is none worthy,
Respecting her that's gone. Besides, the gods...

34

V,1,2884

And left them
More rich for what they yielded.

35

V,1,2892

Had she such power,
She had just cause.

36

V,1,2896

I should so.
Were I the ghost that walk'd, I'ld bid you mark...

37

V,1,2905

Will you swear
Never to marry but by my free leave?

38

V,1,2908

Then, good my lords, bear witness to his oath.

39

V,1,2910

Unless another,
As like Hermione as is her picture,...

40

V,1,2913

I have done.
Yet, if my lord will marry,—if you will, sir,...

41

V,1,2923

That
Shall be when your first queen's again in breath;...

42

V,1,2941

O Hermione,
As every present time doth boast itself...

43

V,1,2957

How! not women?

44

V,1,2966

Had our prince,
Jewel of children, seen this hour, he had pair'd...

45

V,1,3093

Sir, my liege,
Your eye hath too much youth in't: not a month...

46

V,3,3289

What, sovereign sir,
I did not well I meant well. All my services...

47

V,3,3303

As she lived peerless,
So her dead likeness, I do well believe,...

48

V,3,3323

So much the more our carver's excellence;
Which lets go by some sixteen years and makes her...

49

V,3,3342

O, patience!
The statue is but newly fix'd, the colour's Not dry.

50

V,3,3353

Indeed, my lord,
If I had thought the sight of my poor image...

51

V,3,3358

No longer shall you gaze on't, lest your fancy
May think anon it moves.

52

V,3,3369

I'll draw the curtain:
My lord's almost so far transported that...

53

V,3,3376

I am sorry, sir, I have thus far stirr'd you: but
I could afflict you farther.

54

V,3,3384

Good my lord, forbear:
The ruddiness upon her lip is wet;...

55

V,3,3391

Either forbear,
Quit presently the chapel, or resolve you...

56

V,3,3402

It is required
You do awake your faith. Then all stand still;...

57

V,3,3408

Music, awake her; strike!
[Music]...

58

V,3,3430

That she is living,
Were it but told you, should be hooted at...

59

V,3,3445

There's time enough for that;
Lest they desire upon this push to trouble...

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