Speeches (Lines) for Second Gentleman
in "Winter's Tale"

Total: 4

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# Act, Scene, Line
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1

V,2,3129

Nothing but bonfires: the oracle is fulfilled; the
king's daughter is found: such a deal of wonder is
broken out within this hour that ballad-makers
cannot be able to express it.
[Enter a third Gentleman]
Here comes the Lady Paulina's steward: he can
deliver you more. How goes it now, sir? this news
which is called true is so like an old tale, that
the verity of it is in strong suspicion: has the king
found his heir?

2

V,2,3150

No.

3

V,2,3168

What, pray you, became of Antigonus, that carried
hence the child?

4

V,2,3212

I thought she had some great matter there in hand;
for she hath privately twice or thrice a day, ever
since the death of Hermione, visited that removed
house. Shall we thither and with our company piece
the rejoicing?

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