Literature Quiz / English: King Lear: Act 5

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Edmund: Know of the duke if his last purpose hold, or whether since he is advised by aught to change the ...?
Regan: Our sister's man is certainly ...
Regan: Tell me but truly but then speak the truth, do you not love my ...?
Goneril: I had rather lose the battle than that sister should loosen him and ...
Edgar: Your business of the world hath so an end, and machination...
Edmund: To both these sisters have I sworn my love, each jealous of the other as the stung are of the...
Edmund: Which one of them shall I take? Both? One? ...?
Edmund: My state stands on me to defend, not to...
Edgar: Pray that the right may ...
Edgar: If ever I return to you again I'll bring you ...
Cordelia: We are not the first who with best meaning have incurred the ...
Cordelia: Myself could else out frown false fortunes ...
Lear: Come, lets away to the prison. We to alone will sing like birds in the...
Lear: And laugh at gilded butterflies and hear poor rogues talk of court...
Lear: Upon such sacrifices, my Cordelia, the gods themselves throw...
Lear: Wipe thine eyes, The good years shall devour them, flesh and...
Lear: Ere they shall make us weep, we'll see em starved ...
Edmund: As this instructs thee, thou dost make thy way to noble...
Edmund: Thy great employment will not bear question: either say thoult do it, or thrive by other...
Edmund: Whose age had ... in it
Albany: I hold you but a subject of this war, not as a ...
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Regan: Jesters do oft prove...
Regan: Sick, O ...!
Edgar: That if my speech offend a noble heart thy arm may do thee...
Edgar: False to thy gods, thy brother and thy ...
Edmund: What you have charged me with, that I have done, and much more the time will bring ...
Edgar: The gods are just, and of our pleasant vices make instruments to plague...
Edmund: The wheel is come full circle; I am ...
Albany: Let sorrow split my heart if ever I did hate thee or thy ...
Edgar: But his flawed heart, alack too weak the conflict to support, twixt two extremes of passion, joy and grief, burst ...
Edmund: This speech of yours hath moved me, and shall perchance do ...
Albany: This judgement of the heavens that makes us trembly, touches us not with ...
Edmund: I pant for life. Some good I mean to do, despite of mine own ...
Albany: The gods defend ...
Lear: That heaven's vaults would ...
Lear: I know when one is dead and when one lives. She's dead as ...
Kent: If fortune brag of two she loved and hated, one of them we ...
Albany: All friends shall taste the wages of their virtue, and all foes the cup of their ...
Lear: Why should a dog, a horse, a rat have life and thou no ... at all?
Edgar: The weight of this sad time we must obey, speak what we feel, not what we aught to ...
Edgar: The oldest have borne most, we that are young shall never see so much, nor live so ...
 

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