Love Through The Ages- Drama

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  • Love Through The Ages- Drama
    • 'A Dolls House' Henrik Ibsen
      • ‘I have been your doll wife, just as at home I was Papa’s doll child’.
      • 'You have never loved me, you have only thought it pleasant to be in love with me'
      • Sacred duty: 'isnt it the duty to your husband and children?'
      • 'No man would sacrifice his honour for the one he loves'
    • 'The Winter's Tale' Shakespeare
      • Leontes: Padding palms and pinching fingers'
      • Hermione: 'How this will grieve you'
      • Perdita: 'A bank for Love to lie and play on'
      • Florizel:‘my desires run not before mine honour, nor my lusts burn hotter than my faith.’
      • 'There rooted betwixt them then such affection, which cannot choose but branch'
      • 'Locks her in embrace as if she would pin her to her heart'
      • 'Hes all my exercise, my mirth, my matter'
      • 'too hot too hot'
      • 'Your mother plays, and i play too, but so desgrac'd a part'
      • 'Once a day ill visit the chapel where they lie, and tears shed there shall be my recreation'
      • 'cuckolds' 'forkd one'
    • 'Othello' Shakespeare
      • Iago 'Trifles as light as air are to the jealous confirmation strong as proofs of holy writ'
    • 'The Crucible' Arthur Miller
      • Abigail- Elizabeth: 'Its a bitter woman, a lying cold, sniveling woman'
      • John- Abigail ' I never gave you hope to wait for me'
      • 'John- Abigail 'I will cut off my hand before i reach for you again'
      • Elizabeth- John 'Why then it is not as you told me'
      • Elizabeth 'If it were not Abigail you must go to hurt would you falter now? I think not'
      • John 'You forget nothin and forgive nothin'
      • John 'An everlasting funeral marches around your heart'
      • 'I will be your only wife or no wife at all'
      • 'She thinks to dance on my wife's grave'
      • 'Suspiscion kissed you when i did; i never knew how i should say my love'
    • 'Loves Labour's Lost' Shakespeare
      • 'Love, first learned in a Lady's eyes'
      • 'A Lover's eyes will gaze an eagfe blind'
      • Berowne And when Love speaks, the voice of all the Gods make heaven drowsy with harmony'
      • 'they are the books, the arts, the academes'
      • 'Let us once lost our oaths and find ourselves'
    • 'A Midsummer Night's Dream' Shakespeare
      • Lysander 'You have her Father's love Demetrius, let me have Hermia's- do you marry him?'
      • Egeus: 'She ismine, and all my right of her i do estate unto Demetrius'
      • Lysander 'The course of true love never did run smooth'
      • Helena: 'The more i love, the more he hateth me'
      • Helena: Love is said to be a child, because in choice he is so oft beguiled'
      • Demetrius: 'The one i slayeth the other slayeth me'
      • Helena: 'For you, in my respect, are all the world'
      • Helena: 'We should be wood and were not made to woo'
      • Lysander- Helena: 'Who will not change a raven for a dove?'
    • 'The Taming of the Shrew' Shakespeare
      • 'No mates for you, unless you were made of a gentler, milder mould' Hortensio
      • 'I burn, I pine, I perish' Lucentio
        • Kat: ;thy husband is thy lord, thy life, thy keeper'
        • Kat: 'whilst thy list warm at home, secure and safe'
      • 'If wealthily then happily' (marriage) Petruchio
      • Tranio : tis time to stir him from this trance'
      • 'ywill you nill you i will marry you' Petruchio
        • Katherina:' No shame but mine. I must forsooth, be forcdto give my hand, opposd against my heart'
        • Pet:' thus i have politically begun my reign'
      • 'to me shes married, not unto my clothes' Petruchio- wedding day
      • Hort:'Kindness in women, not their beauteous looks shall win my love'
    • 'The Recruiting Officer'  George Farquhar
      • Plume-Kite: 'Then set the mother down in your list, and the boy in mine'
      • Plume: 'For a regiment. But for a woman!'
        • 'I have been constant to fifteen at a time, but never melancholy for one'
      • Plume- Worthy:' You shoudl have redoubled your attacks, taken the town by storm, or have died upon the breach'
        • 'Because you approached her as a goddess, she used you like a dog'
      • 'Plume: 'Or what if we made a ball, and forgot ti invite her, with one or two of the ugliest'
      • Plume: 'she would have the wedding before consummation, and i was for consummation before the wedding'
        • 'Plume: 'Im resolved never to bind myself to a woman for my whole life, till i know whether i shall like her company for half an hour'
      • Balance- Silvia: 'I will never dispose of you without your own consent'
      • Worthy:' Cupid had formerly wings, but i think in this age he goes upon crutches'
      • Plume:'I glady quit with my fair spouse to stay, and raise recruits the matrimonial way'
    • 'The Importance of being Earnest' Oscar Wilde
      • Algernon 'I thought that you had come up for pleasure? I call that business'
      • Alg-'The very essence of romance is uncertainty'
      • Alger 'Divorces are made in heaven'
      • Alger 'Girls never marry the man they flirt with'
      • Brack 'When you do become engaged, i, or your father should his health permit it, will inform you of the fact'
      • Alger 'The only way to behave to a woman is to make love to her, if she is pretty, and to someone else, if she is plain'

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