Comparison of William Shakespeare Double Falsehood 2.4 to William Shakespeare
William Shakespeare Double Falsehood 2.4 has 40 lines, and 30% of them have weak matches at magnitude 10 to 14 in William Shakespeare. 70% of the lines have no match. On average, each line has 0.7 weak matches.
Double Falsehood 2.4: 4
To bear an honest face, (in which sometimes
Othello 3.3: 50
I have no judgment in an honest face.
Double Falsehood 2.4: 8
From each good aspect takes away my trust:
Double Falsehood 2.4: 11
Be happy you, that want ’em! — Here comes one;
Double Falsehood 2.4: 13
An honest face too — that’s no matter. Sir! —
As You Like It 4.3: 24
She has a huswive’s hand — but that’s no matter.
Double Falsehood 2.4: 17
Grant me one boon. Say, do you know me, sir?
Comedy of Errors 3.2: 72
Do you know me, sir? Am I Dromio? Am I your man? Am I myself?
Two Gentlemen of Verona 2.1: 12
Go to, sir; tell me, do you know Madam Silvia?
Winter's Tale 2.2: 4
What dost thou then in prison? Now, good sir,
Winter's Tale 2.2: 5
You know me, do you not? For a worthy lady,
Henry IV Part 1 3.3: 15
No, Sir John, you do not know me, Sir John. I know you, Sir John, you owe me money, Sir John, and now you pick a quarrel to beguile me of it. I bought you a dozen of shirts to your back.
Coriolanus 4.3: 1
I know you well, sir, and you know me. Your name, I think, is Adrian. [continues next]
King Lear 4.7: 48
Do scald like molten lead. Sir, do you know me?
King Lear 4.7: 49
You are a spirit, I know; when did you die?
Double Falsehood 2.4: 18
Ay, Leonora, and your worthy father.
Double Falsehood 2.4: 23
Wide from my subject. Know you Julio, sir?
Double Falsehood 2.4: 24
Yes, very well; and love him too, as well.
Double Falsehood 2.4: 25
Oh, there an angel spake! Then I conjure you,
Double Falsehood 2.4: 28
Not to repent your pains. I know not what
Double Falsehood 2.4: 29
Your fortune is; — pardon me, gentle sir,
Troilus and Cressida 2.3: 97
[continues previous] Why should a man be proud? How doth pride grow? I know not what pride is.