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Can you name the English: King Lear Quotes: Act 2

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Edmund: Briefness and ... work!
Edmund: In cunning, I must draw my ... upon you.
Edmund: Some blood drawn on me would beget opinion of my more fierce ...
Edmund: Thou ... bastard! (Speaking as if he were Edgar)
Gloucester: O Madam, my old heart is ..., it's ...
Cornwall: Nature's of such deep trust we shall ... need
Kent: You cowardly rascal, nature ... in thee: a tailor made thee.
Kent: Smoile you at my ... as I were a fool?
Kent: Whose influence like the wreath of radient fire on flickering Phoebus ...
Regan: Till noon? Till ... my lord, and all ... too.
Kent: Nothing almost sees ... but misery.
Kent: Fortune, goodnight, ...; once more turn thy wheel.
Edgar: And with presented ... outface the winds and persecutions of the sky.
Lear: By ... I swear no!
Kent: By ... I swear aye!
Kent: Your son and daughter found this trespass worth this ... which it here suffers.
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Fool: Fortune, that arrant ****, Ne'er turns the key to th'...
Fool: Let go thy hold when a great wheel runs down a hill, lest it break thy ... with following it.
Lear: 'Informed them?' Dost thou ... me man?
Regan: O sir you are old. Nature in you stand on the very verge of her ...
Lear: No, Regan, thou shalt never have my ...
Lear: Thy half o'th'kingdom hast thou not forgot wherein I thee ...
Lear: Why the hot-blooded in France, that dowerless took out youngest born - I could as well be brought to ... his throne.
Lear: I gave you ...!
Regan: And in good time you .. it.
Lear: Allow not nature more than nature needs, man's life is cheap as a ...
Lear: And let not women's weapons, ... stain my cheeks!
Lear: I will do such things - what they are, yet I know ... but they shall be the terrors of the earth!
Lear: But this heart shall break into a hundred thousand flaws or ere I'll ...
Goneril: Tis' his own blame hath put himself from ... and must needs taste his folly.
Cornwall: Shut up your doors, my Lord. Ti's a wild night, My Regan counsels well. Come out of the ...

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