Shakespeare Monologues Collection vol. 11 (Multilingual) cover

Shakespeare Monologues Collection vol. 11 (Multilingual)

William Shakespeare (1554-1616)

1. Antony and Cleopatra - Enobarbus - 'The barge she sat in'
2. As you like it - Phoebe - 'I would not be thy executioner'
3. As you like it - Rosalind - 'It is not the fashion to see the lady epilogue'
4. Cymbeline - Iachimo - 'The crickets sing, and man's o'erlabour'd sense'
5. Hamlet - Hamlet - 'Speak the speech, I pray you'
6. Hamlet - Hamlet - 'To be, or not to be'
7. Henry IV pt. I - Falstaff - 'Tis not due yet: I would be loath to pay him before'
8. Henry IV pt. II - King Henry V - 'I know thee not, old man: fall to thy prayers'
9. Henry IV pt. II - Mistress Quickly - 'Marry, if thou wert an honest man'
10. Henry IV pt. II - Rumour - 'Open your ears'
11. Henry V - Henry - 'This day is called the feast of Crispian'
12. Julius Caesar - Anthony - 'Friends, Romans, countrymen'
13. King John - Bastard - 'Mad world, mad kings, mad composition'
14. Macbeth - Lady Macbeth - 'The raven himself is hoarse'
15. Measure for Measure - Duke - 'Be absolute for death'
16. The Merchant of Venice - Portia - 'The quality of mercy is not strained'
17. The Merry Wives of Windsor - Falstaff - 'Go, fetch me a quart of Sacke'
18. A Midsummer Night's Dream - Egeus - 'Full of vexation come I, with complaint'
19. A Midsummer Night's Dream - Theseus- 'More strange than true'
20. Richard II - Richard - 'I have been studying how I may compare'
21. [German] Richard III - Gloster - 'Nun ward der Winter unsers Mißvergnügens'
22. Romeo and Juliet - Juliet - 'Farewell! God knows when we shall meet again'
23. The Tempest - Prospero - 'Now my charms are all o'erthrown'
24. The Tempest - Prospero - 'Ye elves of hills, brooks, standing lakes, and groves'
25. The Winter's Tale - Leontes - 'Thou want'st a rough pash and the shoots that I have'

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Summary

This is the eleventh collection of monologues from Shakespeare's various plays. Various characters will speak on various topics, some of these teach a lesson, some simply characterize Shakespeare at his best, some are funny, some sad, but all are very moving.