Speeches (Lines) for Guard in "Antony and Cleopatra"

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# Act / Scene Speech text
1 V / 2
  • Here is a rural fellow
    That will not be denied your highness presence:
    H...
  • Here is a rural fellow
    That will not be denied your highness presence:
    He brings you figs.
  • CLEOPATRA. Why, that's the way
    To fool their preparation, and to conquer
    Their most absurd intents.
    [Re-enter CHARMIAN]
    Now, Charmian!
    Show me, my women, like a queen: go fetch
    My best attires: I am again for Cydnus,
    To meet Mark Antony: sirrah Iras, go.
    Now, noble Charmian, we'll dispatch indeed;
    And, when thou hast done this chare, I'll give thee leave
    To play till doomsday. Bring our crown and all.
    Wherefore's this noise?

    Guard. Here is a rural fellow
    That will not be denied your highness presence:
    He brings you figs.

2 V / 2
  • This is the man.
  • This is the man.
  • CLEOPATRA. Let him come in.
    [Exit Guardsman]
    What poor an instrument
    May do a noble deed! he brings me liberty.
    My resolution's placed, and I have nothing
    Of woman in me: now from head to foot
    I am marble-constant; now the fleeting moon
    No planet is of mine.

    Guard. This is the man.

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