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Heere Peter Quince.Here, Peter Quince.MND I.ii.58
Berlaken, a parlous feare.By 'r lakin, a parlous fear!MND III.i.12
Will not the Ladies be afear'd of the Lyon?Will not the ladies be afeard of the lion?MND III.i.25
Therefore another Prologue must tell he is not aTherefore another prologue must tell he is not aMND III.i.31
Lyon.lion.MND III.i.32
Doth the Moone shine that night wee play our play?Doth the moon shine that night we play our play?MND III.i.46
You can neuer bring in a wall. What say youYou can never bring in a wall. What say you,MND III.i.59
Bottome?Bottom?MND III.i.60
O Bottom, thou art chang'd; What doe I see onO Bottom, thou art changed. What do I see onMND III.i.108
thee?thee?MND III.i.109
In this same Interlude, it doth befall,In this same interlude it doth befallMND V.i.153
That I, one Snowt (by name) present a wall:That I – one Snout by name – present a wall.MND V.i.154
And such a wall, as I would haue you thinke,And such a wall as I would have you thinkMND V.i.155
That had in it a crannied hole or chinke:That had in it a crannied hole or chink,MND V.i.156
Through which the Louers, Piramus and ThisbieThrough which the lovers, Pyramus and Thisbe,MND V.i.157
Did whisper often, very secretly.Did whisper often, very secretly.MND V.i.158
This loame, this rough-cast, and this stone doth shew,This loam, this roughcast, and this stone doth showMND V.i.159
That I am that same Wall; the truth is so.That I am that same wall; the truth is so.MND V.i.160
And this the cranny is, right and sinister,And this the cranny is, right and sinister,MND V.i.161
Through which the fearefull Louers are to whisper.Through which the fearful lovers are to whisper.MND V.i.162
Thus haue I Wall, my part discharged so;Thus have I, Wall, my part discharged so;MND V.i.201
And being done, thus Wall away doth go. And, being done, thus Wall away doth go.MND V.i.202