Act 1 Scene 4 Quote Cards

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A1 S4
(Clarence) 'in my company my brother Gloucester/ Who from my cabin tempted me to walk/ Upon the hatches'
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(Clarence) 'citied up a thousand heavy times/. During the wars of York and Lancaster/ That had befall'n us'
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(Clarence) 'Methought that Gloucester stumbled, and in falling/ Struck me, that thought to stay him, overboard/ Into the tumbling billows of the main'
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(Clarence) 'Inestimable stones, unvalued jewels/ All scattered in the bottom of the sea./Some lay in dead men's skulls'
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(Clarence) 'my dream was lengthened after life/ Oh, then began the tempest to my soul'
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(Clarence) 'renowned Warwick/ Who spake aloud, 'What scourge for perjury/ Can this dark monarchy afford false Clarence?'
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(Clarence) 'A shadow like an angel, with bright hair/ Dabbled in blood'
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(Clarence) 'Could not believe but that I was in hell/ Such terrible impression made my dream'
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(2nd M) 'What, shall we stab him as he sleeps? (1st M) 'No. He'll say 'twas done cowardly, when he wakes'
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(2nd M) 'Not to kill him, having a warrant/ But to be damned for killing him, from the which/ No warrant can defend me'
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(2nd M) 'Some certain dregs of conscience are yet within me'
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(1st M) 'When he opens his purse to give us our reward, thy conscience flies out'
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(2nd M) 'It fills a man full of obstacles'
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(Clarence) 'If you are hired for meed, go back again/ And I will send you to my brother Gloucester / Who shall reward you better for my life/ Than Edward for tidings of my death'
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(Clarence) 'do not slander him, for he is kind' (1st M) 'Right, as snow in harvest'
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(2nd M) 'How fain, like Pilate, would I wash my hands/ Of this grievous murder'
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(Clarence) 'To threaten me with death is most unlawful... The deed you undertake is damnable'
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