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Speak , Pyramus : - Thisby , stand forth . Pyr . Thisby , 8 the flower of odious
favours sweet . Quin . Odours , odours . Pyr . odours favours sweet . So doth thy
breath , my dearest Thisby dear .But , bark , a voice ! stay thou but here h a whit ,
VC Where men enforced do speak any thing . Bas . Promise me life , and I ' ll
confess the truth . Por . Well then , confess and live . Bas . Confess , and love ,
Had been the very fun of my confession : O happy torment , when my torturer
I ' ll have my bond ; speak not against my bond ; I have sworn an oath , that I will
have my bond : Thou call ' dst me dog , before thou had ' st a cause ; But , since I
am a dog , beware my fangs : The duke shall grant me justice . - - I do wonder ...
... again , Led hither by pure love : which of them both Is dearest to me , 9 I have
no skill in sense To make distinction : - Provide this messenger :My heart is heavy
, and mine age is weak ; Grief would have tears , and sorrow bids me speak .
He can come no other way but by this hedge ' corner : When you sally upon him ,
speak what terrible language you will ; though you understand it not yourselves ,
no matter : for we must not seem to understand him ; unless some one amongst ...
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