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

Total: 12

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1

III,4,1160

First Servant. Well met; good morrow, Titus and Hortensius.

Titus. The like to you kind Varro.


2

III,4,1165

Hortensius. Lucius!
What, do we meet together?
One business does command us all; for mine Is money.

Titus. So is theirs and ours.


3

III,4,1183

Philotus. I am of your fear for that.

Titus. I'll show you how to observe a strange event.
Your lord sends now for money.


4

III,4,1186

Hortensius. Most true, he does.

Titus. And he wears jewels now of Timon's gift,
For which I wait for money.


5

III,4,1204

First Servant. 'Tis much deep: and it should seem by the sun,
Your master's confidence was above mine;
Else, surely, his had equall'd.
Enter Flaminius.

Titus. One of Lord Timon's men.
come forth?


6

III,4,1208

Flaminius. No, indeed, he is not.

Titus. We attend his lordship; pray, signify so much.


7

III,4,1214

(stage directions). [Enter FLAVIUS in a cloak, muffled]
He goes away in a cloud: call him, call him.

Titus. Do you hear, sir?


8

III,4,1218

Flavius. What do ye ask of me, my friend?

Titus. We wait for certain money here, sir.


9

III,4,1243

(stage directions). [Enter SERVILIUS]

Titus. O, here's Servilius; now we shall know some answer.


10

III,4,1254

Servilius. Good gods!

Titus. We cannot take this for answer, sir.


11

III,4,1263

Timon. What, are my doors opposed against my passage?
Have I been ever free, and must my house
Be my retentive enemy, my gaol?
The place which I have feasted, does it now,
Like all mankind, show me an iron heart?

Titus. My lord, here is my bill.


12

III,4,1272

Timon. Cut my heart in sums.

Titus. Mine, fifty talents.


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