Speeches (Lines) for Keeper in "History of Richard II"

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# Act / Scene Speech text
1 V / 5
  • Fellow, give place; here is no longer stay.
  • Fellow, give place; here is no longer stay.
  • King Richard II. So proud that Bolingbroke was on his back!
    That jade hath eat bread from my royal hand;
    This hand hath made him proud with clapping him.
    Would he not stumble? would he not fall down,
    Since pride must have a fall, and break the neck
    Of that proud man that did usurp his back?
    Forgiveness, horse! why do I rail on thee,
    Since thou, created to be awed by man,
    Wast born to bear? I was not made a horse;
    And yet I bear a burthen like an ass,
    Spurr'd, gall'd and tired by jouncing Bolingbroke.

    Keeper. Fellow, give place; here is no longer stay.

2 V / 5
  • My lord, will't please you to fall to?
  • My lord, will't please you to fall to?
  • Groom. What my tongue dares not, that my heart shall say.

    Keeper. My lord, will't please you to fall to?

3 V / 5
  • My lord, I dare not: Sir Pierce of Exton, who
    lately came from the king, com...
  • My lord, I dare not: Sir Pierce of Exton, who
    lately came from the king, commands the contrary.
  • King Richard II. Taste of it first, as thou art wont to do.

    Keeper. My lord, I dare not: Sir Pierce of Exton, who
    lately came from the king, commands the contrary.

4 V / 5
  • Help, help, help!
  • Help, help, help!
  • King Richard II. The devil take Henry of Lancaster and thee!
    Patience is stale, and I am weary of it.

    Keeper. Help, help, help!

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