Comparison of William Shakespeare Two Noble Kinsmen 2.1 to William Shakespeare
William Shakespeare Two Noble Kinsmen 2.1 has 18 lines, and 50% of them have weak matches at magnitude 10 to 14 in William Shakespeare. 50% of the lines have no match. On average, each line has 1.83 weak matches.
Two Noble Kinsmen 2.1: 1
... much. Alas, the prison I keep, though it be for great ones, yet they seldom come: before one salmon, you shall take a number of minnows. I am given out to be better lin’d than it can appear to me report is a true speaker. I would I were really that I am deliver’d to be. Marry, what I have (be it what it will) I will assure upon my daughter at the day of my death.
Two Noble Kinsmen 2.1: 2
Sir, I demand no more than your own offer, and I will estate your daughter in what I have promis’d.
Cardenio 4.1: 74
You spare not your own flesh no more than I; Hell take me and I spare you.
Cardenio 4.3: 60
Not only, sir, with reverence, but with fear. You shall have more than your own asking once. I am afraid of nothing but she’ll rise At the first jog and save us all a labour.
Winter's Tale 4.4: 608
After I have done what I promis’d?
Two Noble Kinsmen 2.1: 3
Well, we will talk more of this when the solemnity is past. But have you a full promise of her? When that shall be seen, I tender my consent.
Two Noble Kinsmen 2.1: 4
I have, sir. Here she comes.
All's Well That Ends Well 2.5: 30
[continues previous] Gives him a worthy pass. Here comes my clog.
Measure for Measure 4.3: 18
Look you, sir, here comes your ghostly father. Do we jest now, think you? [continues next]
Two Noble Kinsmen 2.1: 5
Your friend and I have chanc’d to name you here, upon the old business. But no more of that now; so soon as the court hurry is over, we will have an end of it. I’ th’ mean time, look tenderly to the two prisoners. I can tell you they are princes.
Love's Labour's Lost 4.2: 18
You two are book-men: can you tell me by your wit
Measure for Measure 4.3: 18
[continues previous] Look you, sir, here comes your ghostly father. Do we jest now, think you?
Troilus and Cressida 3.2: 57
They are burs, I can tell you, they’ll stick where they are thrown.
Two Noble Kinsmen 2.1: 6
These strewings are for their chamber. ’Tis pity they are in prison, and ’twere pity they should be out. I do think they have patience to make any adversity asham’d. The prison itself is proud of ’em; and they have all the world in their chamber.
Henry VI Part 3 3.2: 30
You shall have four and you’ll be rul’d by him.
Henry VI Part 3 3.2: 31
’Twere pity they should lose their father’s lands.
Henry VI Part 3 3.2: 32
Be pitiful, dread lord, and grant it then.
King John 4.1: 17
So I were out of prison and kept sheep,
King John 4.1: 18
I should be as merry as the day is long;
Two Noble Kinsmen 2.1: 8
By my troth, I think fame but stammers ’em, they stand a grise above the reach of report.
King John 3.3: 55
And by my troth I think thou lov’st me well.
Othello 4.3: 68
Good troth, I think thou wouldst not.
Othello 4.3: 69
By my troth, I think I should, and undo’t when I had done’t. Marry, I would not do such a thing for a joint-ring, nor for measures of lawn, nor for gowns, petticoats, nor caps, nor any petty exhibition; but, for all the whole world — ’ud’s pity, who would not make her husband a cuckold ...
Two Noble Kinsmen 2.1: 12
It seems to me they have no more sense of their captivity than I of ruling Athens. They eat well, look merrily, discourse of many things, but nothing of their own restraint and disasters. Yet sometime a divided sigh, martyr’d as ’twere i’ th’ deliverance, will break from one of them; when the other presently gives it so sweet a rebuke that I could wish myself a sigh to be so chid, or at least a sigher to be comforted.
Two Noble Kinsmen 5.3: 19
This trial is as ’twere i’ th’ night, and you
Winter's Tale 1.2: 117
As in a looking-glass; and then to sigh, as ’twere
Winter's Tale 4.4: 474
As ’twere i’ th’ father’s person; kisses the hands
Sonnet 122: 5
Or at the least, so long as brain and heart
Othello 3.3: 366
Make me to see’t; or (at the least) so prove it