Speeches (Lines) for Cordelia
in "King Lear"

Total: 31

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# Act, Scene, Line
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1

I,1,62

[aside] What shall Cordelia speak? Love, and be silent.

2

I,1,78

[aside] Then poor Cordelia!
And yet not so; since I am sure my love's...

3

I,1,89

Nothing, my lord.

4

I,1,91

Nothing.

5

I,1,93

Unhappy that I am, I cannot heave
My heart into my mouth. I love your Majesty...

6

I,1,98

Good my lord,
You have begot me, bred me, lov'd me; I...

7

I,1,109

Ay, good my lord.

8

I,1,111

So young, my lord, and true.

9

I,1,243

I yet beseech your Majesty,
If for I want that glib and oily art...

10

I,1,270

Peace be with Burgundy!
Since that respects of fortune are his love,...

11

I,1,292

The jewels of our father, with wash'd eyes
Cordelia leaves you. I know you what you are;...

12

I,1,305

Time shall unfold what plighted cunning hides.
Who cover faults, at last shame them derides....

13

IV,4,2516

Alack, 'tis he! Why, he was met even now
As mad as the vex'd sea, singing aloud,...

14

IV,4,2532

All blest secrets,
All you unpublish'd virtues of the earth,...

15

IV,4,2541

'Tis known before. Our preparation stands
In expectation of them. O dear father,...

16

IV,7,2910

O thou good Kent, how shall I live and work
To match thy goodness? My life will be too short...

17

IV,7,2916

Be better suited.
These weeds are memories of those worser hours....

18

IV,7,2923

Then be't so, my good lord. [To the Doctor] How, does the King?

19

IV,7,2925

O you kind gods,
Cure this great breach in his abused nature!...

20

IV,7,2931

Be govern'd by your knowledge, and proceed
I' th' sway of your own will. Is he array'd?

21

IV,7,2938

Very well.

22

IV,7,2941

O my dear father, restoration hang
Thy medicine on my lips, and let this kiss...

23

IV,7,2946

Had you not been their father, these white flakes
Had challeng'd pity of them. Was this a face...

24

IV,7,2960

How does my royal lord? How fares your Majesty?

25

IV,7,2965

Sir, do you know me?

26

IV,7,2967

Still, still, far wide!

27

IV,7,2975

O, look upon me, sir,
And hold your hands in benediction o'er me....

28

IV,7,2990

And so I am! I am!

29

IV,7,2996

No cause, no cause.

30

IV,7,3005

Will't please your Highness walk?

31

V,3,3126

We are not the first
Who with best meaning have incurr'd the worst....

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