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Shakespeare Monologues Collection vol. 14

Gelesen von LibriVox Volunteers

This is the 14th edition of the Shakespeare Monologues Collection, in which librivox volunteers bring you their favourite characters' monologues. All topics and emotions are covered, from love to hate, comedies and tragedies, world-famous and lesser known lines. - Summary by Carolin (1 hr 18 min)

Chapters

A Midsummer Night's Dream - Oberon - I pray thee, give it me

1:59

Read by Nemo

A Midsummer Night's Dream - Puck - Now the hungry lion roars

1:36

Read by Foon

A Midsummer Night’s Dream - Puck - If we shadows have offended

1:06

Read by TJ Burns

Antony and Cleopatra - Enobarbus - The barge she sat in

3:38

Read by Alan Mapstone

As You Like It - Jaques - All the World's a Stage

2:21

Read by Peter Thomlinson

Een Midzomernachtdroom (Dutch) - Puck - Hongrig brult de leeuw nu weer

1:30

Read by Foon

Hamlet - Ghost - I am thy father's spirit

5:21

Read by Graham Scott

Hamlet - Hamlet - Alas, Poor Yorick!

1:11

Read by Phil Schempf

Hamlet - Hamlet - But to my mind, though I am native here

1:28

Read by billyp

Hamlet - Hamlet - To be, or not to be

2:50

Read by Graham Scott

Henry IV, Part 1 - King Henry - God pardon thee!

4:20

Read by Algy Pug

Henry IV, Part 2 - Falstaff - As I return, I will fetch off these Justices

3:30

Read by Alan Mapstone

Henry IV, Part 2 - King Henry - Thy Wish was father, Harry, to the thought

3:49

Read by Algy Pug

Henry IV, Part 2 - King Henry V - I know thee not, old man

2:23

Read by Graham Scott

Henry VI, Part 3 - Gloucester - Ay, Edward will use women honourably

5:26

Read by Graham Scott

Henry VI, Part 3 - York - She-wolf of France

5:02

Read by Graham Scott

Henry VIII - Cranmer - Let me speak, sir

3:46

Read by Algy Pug

Julius Caesar - Brutus - Romans, countrymen and lovers!

3:05

Read by Algy Pug

Julius Caesar - Cassius - Why, man, he doth bestride the narrow world

2:21

Read by Graham Scott

Macbeth - Macbeth - Tomorrow and tomorrow and tomorrow

1:35

Read by Alan Mapstone

Much Ado About Nothing - Beatrice - What fire is in mine ears?

1:11

Read by TJ Burns

Much Ado About Nothing - Benedick - This can be no trick

2:51

Read by Graham Scott

Richard II - Gaunt - Methinks I am a prophet new inspired

2:57

Read by Ian King

Richard II - Richard - No matter where; of comfort no man speak

2:47

Read by Ian King

Richard III - Gloucester - Now is the winter of our discontent

3:10

Read by Ian King

Romeo and Juliet - Friar - Peace, ho! for shame!

1:26

Read by JayKitty76

Taming of the Shrew - Grumio - Tell Thou the Tale

1:13

Read by Phil Schempf

The Winter's Tale - Autolycus - Ho, ha what a fool Honesty is

2:10

Read by Algy Pug

Two Gentlemen of Verona - Julia - O hateful hands, to tear such loving words!

2:22

Read by Leanne Yau