Berowne

The character of Berowne appears in the following play(s):

Play Name Genre Buy Part
Loves Labour's lost Comedy

Speeches By Berowne

Code Play Lines First Line  
M-161 Loves Labour's lost 39 But Love first learned in a Ladies eyes,
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M-162 Loves Labour's lost 24 Honest plain words, best pierce the ears of griefe
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M-163 Loves Labour's lost 23 Neither of either, I remit both twaine.
(I see the tricke onít: Heere was a consent,)
M-164 Loves Labour's lost 34 Now step I forth to whip hypocrisie.
(Not you by me, but I betrayed to you.)
M-165 Loves Labour's lost 33 O, and I forsooth in love,
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M-166 Loves Labour's lost 39 O 'tis more then neede.
(Have at you then affections men at armes,)
M-167 Loves Labour's lost 20 This fellow pickes up wit as Pigeons pease,
(He is Wits Pedler, and retailes his Wares,)
M-168 Loves Labour's lost 22 Thus poure the stars down plagues for perjury.
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M-169 Loves Labour's lost 22 Why? all delights are vaine, and that most vaine
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