Comparison of William Shakespeare Two Noble Kinsmen 4.3 to William Shakespeare
William Shakespeare Two Noble Kinsmen 4.3 has 21 lines, and 43% of them have weak matches at magnitude 10 to 14 in William Shakespeare. 57% of the lines have no match. On average, each line has 1.52 weak matches.
Two Noble Kinsmen 4.3: 3
Look where she comes, you shall perceive her behavior.
Two Noble Kinsmen 4.3: 4
I have forgot it quite; the burden on’t was “Down-a, down-a,” and penn’d by no worse man than Giraldo, Emilia’s schoolmaster. He’s as fantastical, too, as ever he may go upon ’s legs, for in the next world will Dido see Palamon, and then will she be out of love with Aeneas.
Twelfth Night 3.4: 45
O ho, do you come near me now? No worse man than Sir Toby to look to me! This concurs directly with the letter: she sends him on purpose, that I may appear stubborn to him; for she incites me to that in the letter. “Cast thy humble slough,” says she; “be opposite with a kinsman, surly with servants; let thy tongue ...
Two Noble Kinsmen 4.3: 7
Now for this charm that I told you of, you must bring a piece of silver on the tip of your tongue, or no ferry. Then, if it be your chance to come where the blessed spirits — as there’s a sight now! We maids that have our livers perish’d, crack’d to pieces with love, we shall come there, and do nothing all day long but pick flowers with Proserpine. Then will I make Palamon a nosegay, then let him mark me — then —
Sir Thomas More 2.4: 72
Nay, this is a sound fellow, I tell you. Let’s mark him.
Sir Thomas More 2.4: 73
Let me set up before your thoughts, good friends,
Tempest 2.2: 19
... or a fish? Dead or alive? A fish, he smells like a fish; a very ancient and fish-like smell; a kind of, not-of-the-newest poor-John. A strange fish! Were I in England now (as once I was) and had but this fish painted, not a holiday fool there but would give a piece of silver. There would this monster make a man; any strange beast there makes a man. When they will not give a doit to relieve a lame beggar, they will lay out ten to see a dead Indian. Legg’d like a man; and his fins like arms! Warm, o’ my troth! I ...
Twelfth Night 3.4: 86
“I will waylay thee going home, where if it be thy chance to kill me” —
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.
Two Noble Kinsmen 3.2: 30
Lest I should drown, or stab, or hang myself.
Henry IV Part 1 1.1: 29
And bootless ’tis to tell you we will go;
Henry IV Part 1 1.1: 30
Therefore we meet not now. Then let me hear
Henry IV Part 1 2.1: 10
I have a gammon of bacon and two razes of ginger, to be deliver’d as far as Charing-cross.
Hamlet 5.1: 11
Why, there thou say’st, and the more pity that great folk should have count’nance in this world to drown or hang themselves, more than their even-Christen. Come, my spade. There is no ancient gentlemen but gard’ners, ditchers, and grave-makers; they hold up Adam’s profession.
Two Noble Kinsmen 4.3: 11
... place. They shall stand in fire up to the nav’l, and in ice up to th’ heart, and there th’ offending part burns, and the deceiving part freezes: in troth a very grievous punishment, as one would think, for such a trifle. Believe me, one would marry a leprous witch to be rid on’t, I’ll assure you.
Two Noble Kinsmen 4.3: 13
To hear there a proud lady and a proud city-wife howl together! I were a beast and I’ld call it good sport. One cries, “O, this smoke!” th’ other, “This fire!” One cries, “O, that ever I did it behind the arras!” and then howls; th’ other curses a suing fellow and her garden-house.
Merry Wives of Windsor 3.3: 35
She shall not see me, I will ensconce me behind the arras.
Much Ado About Nothing 1.3: 20
Being entertain’d for a perfumer, as I was smoking a musty room, comes me the Prince and Claudio, hand in hand in sad conference. I whipt me behind the arras, and there heard it agreed upon that the Prince should woo Hero for himself, and having obtain’d her, give her to Count Claudio.
Henry IV Part 1 2.4: 183
Go hide thee behind the arras, the rest walk up above. Now, my masters, for a true face and good conscience.
Henry IV Part 1 2.4: 208
Falstaff! — Fast asleep behind the arras, and snorting like a horse.
Henry IV Part 1 3.3: 30
The other night I fell asleep here behind the arras and had my pocket pick’d. This house is turn’d bawdy-house, they pick pockets.
Hamlet 2.2: 160
Be you and I behind an arras then,
Hamlet 2.2: 161
Mark the encounter: if he love her not,
Hamlet 3.3: 28
Behind the arras I’ll convey myself
Hamlet 4.1: 9
Behind the arras hearing something stir,
Two Noble Kinsmen 4.3: 16
I think she has a perturb’d mind, which I cannot minister to.
All's Well That Ends Well 5.3: 200
I think she has. Certain it is I lik’d her,
Two Noble Kinsmen 4.3: 20
I did think so too, and would account I had a great penn’worth on’t to give half my state that both she and I at this present stood unfeignedly on the same terms.
Henry V 3.6: 38
... form of a soldier. And such fellows are perfit in the great commanders’ names, and they will learn you by rote where services were done — at such and such a sconce, at such a breach, at such a convoy; who came off bravely, who was shot, who disgrac’d, what terms the enemy stood on; and this they con perfitly in the phrase of war, which they trick up with new-tun’d oaths; and what a beard of the general’s cut and a horrid suit of the camp will do among foaming bottles and ale-wash’d wits, is wonderful to be thought on. But you must learn to know ...
Two Noble Kinsmen 4.3: 21
... Sing to her such green songs of love as she says Palamon hath sung in prison. Come to her, stuck in as sweet flowers as the season is mistress of, and thereto make an addition of some other compounded odors which are grateful to the sense. All this shall become Palamon, for Palamon can sing, and Palamon is sweet, and ev’ry good thing. Desire to eat with her, carve her, drink to her, and still among intermingle your petition of grace and acceptance into her favor. Learn what maids have been her companions and play-feres, and let them repair to her with Palamon in their mouths, and appear with tokens, as if they suggested for him. It is a falsehood she is in, which is with falsehoods to be combated. This may bring her to eat, to sleep, and reduce what’s now out of square in her into their former law and regiment. I have seen it approv’d, how many times I know not, but to make the number more I have great hope in this. I will, between the passages of this project, come in with my appliance. Let us put it in execution; and hasten the success, which doubt not will bring forth comfort.
Measure for Measure 1.2: 122
I have great hope in that; for in her youth
Much Ado About Nothing 1.1: 149
In practice let us put it presently.
Two Noble Kinsmen 4.1: 82
Ever was “Palamon, fair Palamon,”
Two Noble Kinsmen 4.1: 83
And “Palamon was a tall young man.” The place
Coriolanus 2.1: 141
Than have him hold that purpose and to put it
Coriolanus 2.1: 142
In execution. ’Tis most like he will.