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

Total: 30

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1

I,1,3

Good day, sir.

2

I,1,5

I have not seen you long: how goes the world?

3

I,1,7

Ay, that's well known:
But what particular rarity? what strange,...

4

I,1,21

[Reciting to himself] 'When we for recompense have
praised the vile,...

5

I,1,30

A thing slipp'd idly from me.
Our poesy is as a gum, which oozes...

6

I,1,37

Upon the heels of my presentment, sir.
Let's see your piece.

7

I,1,40

So 'tis: this comes off well and excellent.

8

I,1,42

Admirable: how this grace
Speaks his own standing! what a mental power...

9

I,1,49

I will say of it,
It tutors nature: artificial strife...

10

I,1,54

The senators of Athens: happy man!

11

I,1,56

You see this confluence, this great flood
of visitors....

12

I,1,67

I will unbolt to you.
You see how all conditions, how all minds,...

13

I,1,80

Sir, I have upon a high and pleasant hill
Feign'd Fortune to be throned: the base o' the mount...

14

I,1,96

Nay, sir, but hear me on.
All those which were his fellows but of late,...

15

I,1,104

When Fortune in her shift and change of mood
Spurns down her late beloved, all his dependants...

16

I,1,189

Vouchsafe my labour, and long live your lordship!

17

I,1,254

How now, philosopher!

18

I,1,256

Art not one?

19

I,1,258

Then I lie not.

20

I,1,260

Yes.

21

I,1,263

That's not feigned; he is so.

22

V,1,2262

What's to be thought of him? does the rumour hold
for true, that he's so full of gold?

23

V,1,2268

Then this breaking of his has been but a try for his friends.

24

V,1,2276

What have you now to present unto him?

25

V,1,2279

I must serve him so too, tell him of an intent
that's coming toward him.

26

V,1,2292

I am thinking what I shall say I have provided for
him: it must be a personating of himself; a satire...

27

V,1,2299

Nay, let's seek him:
Then do we sin against our own estate,...

28

V,1,2315

Hail, worthy Timon!

29

V,1,2318

Sir,
Having often of your open bounty tasted,...

30

V,1,2368

Nor I.

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