Friendly Folio - Cymbeline

Cymbeline is a romance written by William Shakespeare...

Parts / Sides in 'Cymbeline':

250+ Lines:
Belarius
Clotten
Cymbeline
Iachimo
Imogen
Posthumus
Less Than 250 Lines:
Arviragus
Cornelius
Dutchman
First Brother
First Captaine
First Gaoler
First Gentleman
First Senator
Frenchman
Guiderius
Helene
Jupiter
Lady
Lord
Lucius
Messenger
Mother
Philario
Pisanio
Queene
Roman Captaine
Second Brother
Second Captaine
Second Gaoler
Second Gentleman
Second Senator
Sicillius
Soothsayer
Spaniard
Tribune

Speeches:

Code Character Lines First Line  
G-570 Arviragus24 Feare no more the heate o'th'Sun, (chant)
(NULL)
G-570 Guiderius24 Feare no more the heate o'th'Sun, (chant)
(NULL)
G-571 Arviragus25 The Bird is dead
(NULL)
M-570 Arviragus25 The Bird is dead
(NULL)
M-571 Belarius30 How hard it is to hide the sparkes of Nature?
(These Boyes know little they are Sonnes to’th’King,)
M-572 Belarius21 So sure as you, your Fathers: I (old Morgan)
(Heere are your Sonnes againe, and I must loose)
M-573 Clotten24 (prose) I am neere to’th’place where they should meet,
(NULL)
M-574 Clotten28 (prose) I love, and hate her: for she’s Faire and Royall,
(Ile have this Secret from thy heart, or rip)
M-575 Cymbeline22 O rare instinct!
(And when came you to serve our Romane Captive?)
M-576 Iachimo41 All too soone I shall,
(Your daughters Chastity, (there it beginnes))
M-577 Iachimo20 Thankes fairest Lady:
(What are men mad? Hath Nature given them eyes)
M-578 Iachimo41 The Crickets sing, and mans ore-labor'd sense
(NULL)
M-579 Pisanio23 How? of Adultery? Wherefore write you not
(NULL)
M-580 Pisanio26 Well then, heere's the point:
(You must forget to be a Woman: change)
M-581 Posthumus38 Close by the battell, ditch’d, and wall’d with turph,
(NULL)
M-582 Posthumus35 Is there no way for Men to be, but Women
(NULL)
M-583 Posthumus27 Most welcome bondage; for thou art a way
(NULL)
M-584 Posthumus33 Yea bloody cloth, Ile keep thee: for I am wisht
(NULL)
W-570 Imogen15 Away, I do condemne mine eares, that have
(NULL)
W-571 Imogen33 False to his Bed? What is it to be false?
(NULL)
W-572 Imogen27 I see a mans life is a tedious one,
(NULL)
W-573 Imogen21 Oh for a Horse with wings: Hear'st thou Pisanio?
(NULL)
W-574 Imogen23 Thou should'st have made him
(I would have broke mine eye-strings;)
W-575 Imogen28 Thou told'st me when we came from horse, the place
(NULL)
W-576 Imogen16 True honest men being heard, like false Æneas,
(NULL)
W-577 Imogen35 Who, thy Lord? That is my Lord Leonatus?
(Oh for a Horse with wings: Hear'st thou Pisanio?)
W-578 Imogen25 Why, I must dye:
(And if I do not by thy hand, thou art)
W-579 Imogen42 Yes sir, to Milford-Haven, which is the way?
(NULL)
W-580 Queene20 That opportunity
(And Britaines strut with Courage.)
W-581 Queene38 Weepes she still (saist thou?)
(NULL)