Speeches (Lines) for Second Fisherman
in "Pericles"

Total: 12

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# Act, Scene, Line
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Speech text

1

II,1,593

Ha, come and bring away the nets!

2

II,1,619

Why, man?

3

II,1,634

Honest! good fellow, what's that? If it be a day
fits you, search out of the calendar, and nobody
look after it.

4

II,1,638

What a drunken knave was the sea to cast thee in our
way!

5

II,1,647

Canst thou catch any fishes, then?

6

II,1,649

Nay, then thou wilt starve, sure; for here's nothing
to be got now-a-days, unless thou canst fish for't.

7

II,1,665

Hark you, my friend; you said you could not beg.

8

II,1,667

But crave! Then I'll turn craver too, and so I
shall 'scape whipping.

9

II,1,670

O, not all, my friend, not all; for if all your
beggars were whipped, I would wish no better office
than to be beadle. But, master, I'll go draw up the
net.

10

II,1,695

Help, master, help! here's a fish hangs in the net,
like a poor man's right in the law; 'twill hardly
come out. Ha! bots on't, 'tis come at last, and
'tis turned to a rusty armour.

11

II,1,727

Ay, but hark you, my friend; 'twas we that made up
this garment through the rough seams of the waters:
there are certain condolements, certain vails. I
hope, sir, if you thrive, you'll remember from
whence you had it.

12

II,1,741

We'll sure provide: thou shalt have my best gown to
make thee a pair; and I'll bring thee to the court myself.

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