Friendly Folio - The Merry Wives of Windsor

The Merry Wives of Windsor is a comedy written by William Shakespeare...

Parts / Sides in 'The Merry Wives of Windsor':

250+ Lines:
Falstaffe
Ford
Mistresse Page
Mistresse Quickly
Less Than 250 Lines:
Anne
Bardolph
Doctor Caius
Evans
Fairies
Fenton
First Servant
Host
Mistresse Ford
Nym
Page
Pistoll
Robin
Rugby
Second Servant
Shallow
Simple
Slender
William

Speeches:

Code Character Lines First Line  
M-220 Falstaffe18 (prose) Go, fetch me a quart of Sacke, put a tost in't.
(Come, let me poure in some Sack to the Thames water:)
M-221 Falstaffe15 (prose) I went to her (Master Broome) as you see, like a
(NULL)
M-222 Falstaffe34 (prose) Nay, you shall heare (Master Broome) what I
(NULL)
M-223 Falstaffe20 (prose) The Windsor-bell hath stroke twelve: the Minute
(For me, I am heere a Windsor Stagge,)
M-224 Fenton37 From time to time, I have acquainted you
(NULL)
M-225 Ford18 (prose) Has Page any braines? Hath he any eies? Hath he
(NULL)
M-226 Ford26 (prose) Sir, I heare you are a Scholler: (I will be briefe
(I have long lov’d her, and I protest to you, bestowed)
M-227 Ford25 (prose) What a damn'd Epicurian-Rascall is this? my
(NULL)
W-220 Mistresse Ford17 (prose) Wee burne day-light: heere, read, read:
(NULL)
W-221 Mistresse Page29 There is an old tale goes, that Herne the
(As Falstaffe, she, and I, are newly met,)
W-222 Mistresse Page25 (prose) What, have scap'd Love-letters in the
(NULL)
W-223 Mistresse Quickly31 Fairies blacke, gray, greene, and white,
(About, about: Search Windsor Castle (Elves) within, and out.)
W-224 Mistresse Quickly27 (prose) Marry this is the short, and the long of it: you
(Marry, she hath receiv’d your Letter: for the)