Speeches (Lines) for Servant in "History of Henry VI, Part I"

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# Act, Scene, Line Speech text
1 IV, 7, 2268
  • O, my dear lord, lo, where your son is borne!
  • O, my dear lord, lo, where your son is borne!
  • Lord Talbot/Earl of Shrewsbury. Where is my other life? mine own is gone;
    O, where's young Talbot? where is valiant John?
    Triumphant death, smear'd with captivity,
    Young Talbot's valour makes me smile at thee:
    When he perceived me shrink and on my knee,
    His bloody sword he brandish'd over me,
    And, like a hungry lion, did commence
    Rough deeds of rage and stern impatience;
    But when my angry guardant stood alone,
    Tendering my ruin and assail'd of none,
    Dizzy-eyed fury and great rage of heart
    Suddenly made him from my side to start
    Into the clustering battle of the French;
    And in that sea of blood my boy did drench
    His over-mounting spirit, and there died,
    My Icarus, my blossom, in his pride.

    Servant. O, my dear lord, lo, where your son is borne!

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