Speeches (Lines) for Herald
in "King Lear"

Total: 4

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# Act, Scene, Line
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Speech text

1

V,3,3253

Captain. Sound, trumpet! A trumpet sounds.

Herald. [reads] 'If any man of quality or degree within the lists of
the army will maintain upon Edmund, supposed Earl of Gloucester,
that he is a manifold traitor, let him appear by the third sound
of the trumpet. He is bold in his defence.'


2

V,3,3258

Edmund. Sound! First trumpet.

Herald. Again! Second trumpet.


3

V,3,3259

Herald. Again! Second trumpet.

Herald. Again! Third trumpet.


4

V,3,3264

Duke of Albany. Ask him his purposes, why he appears
Upon this call o' th' trumpet.

Herald. What are you?
Your name, your quality? and why you answer
This present summons?


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