Speeches (Lines) for Clown
in "Titus Andronicus"

Total: 12

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# Act, Scene, Line
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Speech text

1

IV,3,1966

O, the gibbet-maker! he says that he hath taken
them down again, for the man must not be hanged till
the next week.

2

IV,3,1970

Alas, sir, I know not Jupiter; I never drank with him
in all my life.

3

IV,3,1973

Ay, of my pigeons, sir; nothing else.

4

IV,3,1975

From heaven! alas, sir, I never came there God
forbid I should be so bold to press to heaven in my
young days. Why, I am going with my pigeons to the
tribunal plebs, to take up a matter of brawl
betwixt my uncle and one of the emperial's men.

5

IV,3,1985

Nay, truly, sir, I could never say grace in all my life.

6

IV,3,1992

Ay, sir.

7

IV,3,1998

I warrant you, sir, let me alone.

8

IV,3,2004

God be with you, sir; I will.

9

IV,4,2052

Yea, forsooth, an your mistership be emperial.

10

IV,4,2054

'Tis he. God and Saint Stephen give you good den:
I have brought you a letter and a couple of pigeons here.

11

IV,4,2058

How much money must I have?

12

IV,4,2060

Hanged! by'r lady, then I have brought up a neck to
a fair end.

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