Speeches (Lines) for All Servants in "The Tragedy of Timon of Athens"

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# Act / Scene Speech text
1 II / 2
  • What are we, Apemantus?
  • What are we, Apemantus?
  • Apemantus. He last asked the question. Poor rogues, and
    usurers' men! bawds between gold and want!

    All Servants. What are we, Apemantus?

2 II / 2
  • Why?
  • Why?
  • Apemantus. Asses.

    All Servants. Why?

3 II / 2
  • Gramercies, good fool: how does your mistress?
  • Gramercies, good fool: how does your mistress?
  • Fool. How do you, gentlemen?

    All Servants. Gramercies, good fool: how does your mistress?

4 II / 2
  • Ay; would they served us!
  • Ay; would they served us!
  • Apemantus. If Timon stay at home. You three serve three usurers?

    All Servants. Ay; would they served us!

5 II / 2
  • Ay, fool.
  • Ay, fool.
  • Fool. Are you three usurers' men?

    All Servants. Ay, fool.

6 II / 2
  • Aside, aside; here comes Lord Timon.
  • Aside, aside; here comes Lord Timon.
  • Apemantus. That answer might have become Apemantus.

    All Servants. Aside, aside; here comes Lord Timon.

7 II / 2
  • My lord? my lord?
  • My lord? my lord?
  • Timon. And, in some sort, these wants of mine are crown'd,
    That I account them blessings; for by these
    Shall I try friends: you shall perceive how you
    Mistake my fortunes; I am wealthy in my friends.
    Within there! Flaminius! Servilius!

    All Servants. My lord? my lord?

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