Comparison of William Shakespeare King Lear 3.1 to William Shakespeare
William Shakespeare King Lear 3.1 has 55 lines, and 25% of them have weak matches at magnitude 10 to 14 in William Shakespeare. 75% of the lines have no match. On average, each line has 0.56 weak matches.
King Lear 3.1: 5
Bids the wind blow the earth into the sea,
King Lear 3.1: 6
Or swell the curled waters ’bove the main,
King Lear 3.1: 17
His heart-strook injuries. Sir, I do know you,
Coriolanus 2.1: 20
We do it not alone, sir.
Coriolanus 2.1: 21
I know you can do very little alone, for your helps are many, or else your actions would grow wondrous single; your abilities are too infant-like for doing much alone. You talk of pride: O that you could turn your eyes toward the napes of your necks and make but an interior survey of your ...
King Lear 3.1: 18
And dare upon the warrant of my note
King Lear 3.1: 19
Commend a dear thing to you. There is division
King Lear 3.3: 3
Go to; say you nothing. There is division between the Dukes, and a worse matter than that. I have receiv’d a letter this night — ’tis dangerous to be spoken; I have lock’d the letter in my closet. These injuries the King now bears will be reveng’d home; there is part of a power already footed: we must ...
King Lear 3.1: 20
(Although as yet the face of it is cover’d
King Lear 3.1: 21
With mutual cunning) ’twixt Albany and Cornwall;
King Lear 1.1: 110
With my two daughters’ dow’rs digest the third;
King Lear 2.1: 6
Have you heard of no likely wars toward, ’twixt the Dukes of Cornwall and Albany?
King Lear 3.1: 22
Who have — as who have not, that their great stars
King Lear 3.1: 40
I am a gentleman of blood and breeding,
Merry Wives of Windsor 2.2: 78
When I have told you that, I have told you all. Some say that, though she appear honest to me, yet in other places she enlargeth her mirth so far that there is shrewd construction made of her. Now, Sir John, here is the heart of my purpose: you are a gentleman of excellent breeding, admirable discourse, of great admittance, authentic in your place and person, generally allow’d for your many war-like, court-like, and learned preparations.
Taming of the Shrew 2.1: 46
I am a gentleman of Verona, sir,
Henry V 4.1: 38
Or art thou base, common, and popular?
Henry V 4.1: 39
I am a gentleman of a company.
King Lear 3.1: 42
This office to you.
King Lear 3.1: 43
I will talk further with you. No, do not.
King Lear 3.1: 49
That yet you do not know. Fie on this storm!
King Lear 3.1: 50
I will go seek the King.
King Lear 3.1: 51
Give me your hand. Have you no more to say?