Comparison of William Shakespeare Two Noble Kinsmen 3.2 to William Shakespeare
William Shakespeare Two Noble Kinsmen 3.2 has 38 lines, and 34% of them have weak matches at magnitude 10 to 14 in William Shakespeare. 66% of the lines have no match. On average, each line has 0.58 weak matches.
Two Noble Kinsmen 3.2: 3
No matter, would it were perpetual night,
Two Noble Kinsmen 3.2: 4
And darkness lord o’ th’ world! Hark, ’tis a wolf!
Two Noble Kinsmen 3.2: 11
And do him but that service. I have heard
Two Noble Kinsmen 3.2: 12
Strange howls this livelong night; why may’t not be
Two Noble Kinsmen 3.2: 18
He’s torn to pieces. They howl’d many together,
Winter's Tale 5.2: 12
Like an old tale still, which will have matter to rehearse, though credit be asleep and not an ear open: he was torn to pieces with a bear. This avouches the shepherd’s son, who has not only his innocence (which seems much) to justify him, but a handkerchief and rings of his that Paulina knows.
Two Noble Kinsmen 3.2: 20
Be bold to ring the bell. How stand I then?
Two Noble Kinsmen 3.2: 21
All’s char’d when he is gone. No, no, I lie:
Two Noble Kinsmen 3.2: 27
Sipp’d some water. I have not clos’d mine eyes
Henry VI Part 3 2.3: 31
Till either death hath clos’d these eyes of mine
Two Noble Kinsmen 3.2: 29
Dissolve, my life, let not my sense unsettle
Antony and Cleopatra 3.13: 162
Dissolve my life! The next Caesarion smite,
Two Noble Kinsmen 3.2: 30
Lest I should drown, or stab, or hang myself.
Two Noble Kinsmen 4.3: 9
Faith, I’ll tell you; sometime we go to barley-break, we of the blessed. Alas, ’tis a sore life they have i’ th’ tother place, such burning, frying, boiling, hissing, howling, chatt’ring, cursing! O, they have shrowd measure! Take heed: if one be mad, or hang or drown themselves, thither they go — Jupiter bless us! — and there shall we be put in a cauldron of lead and usurers’ grease, amongst a whole million of cutpurses, and there boil like a gammon of bacon that will never be enough.
Timon of Athens 5.1: 102
Hang them, or stab them, drown them in a draught,
Two Noble Kinsmen 3.2: 33
The best way is, the next way to a grave;
Two Noble Kinsmen 3.2: 35
The moon is down, the crickets chirp, the screech owl
Henry VI Part 3 2.6: 57
Bring forth that fatal screech owl to our house
Macbeth 2.2: 15
I heard the owl scream and the crickets cry.
Two Noble Kinsmen 3.2: 36
Calls in the dawn! All offices are done