The Loves of Shakespeare's Women
Here are the famous speeches from Juliet--Come, night! Come, Romeo!--and from Portia--The quality of mercy...--but also less familiar ones from Viola, Hermia, Isabella and Cressida. These younger characters make up the first half of the book, while the second half is devoted to maturer women like Lady Macbeth--How tender 'tis to love the babe that milks me--Gertrude, Mistress Quickly, Cleopatra and Queen Katherine.
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Scenes have been edited in certain cases to create monologues and occasionally , where I felt it appropriate , another's word , or words , put in the protagonist's mouth . This - and sometimes my own sensing of the text - has inevitably ...
... the freedom I felt to make a fool of myself , and the joy of trusting this friend of Orlando's , who'd become mine too . And it was in those days I made my best discovery . Boney voiced it . We'd had the first run .
There they all were , I'd felt them too , cheering on Cleopatra , Emilia , Queen Margaret , colouring them with their own pasts . How was I going to feel lonely ? We were careering towards September 30th . I'd talked to an early music ...
I was being someone else from start to finish , and a lonely , frightening , if often exciting , business it had felt . This was even scarier , leaping in and out of skins , so many different skins ! then being me , just me , in between ...
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