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Flashcards in Measure for Measure Deck (22):
1

The Duke - 'An overgrown lion

in a cave.'

2

Isabella - 'tis set down so in heaven

but not in earth.'

3

Isabella - 'judge you as

you are.'

4

Angelo - 'it is the law, not I,

that condemn your brother.'

5

The Duke - 'death

for death!'

6

Claudio - love is 'a thirsty evil -

when we drink, we die.'

7

Provost - 'Dost thou desire her foully for

those things that make her good.'

8

The Duke - 'believe not that the dribbling dart of

love can pierce a complete bosom.'

9

Isabella - 'more than or brother

is our chastity.'

10

Claudio - 'I got possession

of Juliet's bed.'

11

Lucio - 'Do not marry me to a whore...

do not make me a cuckold.'

12

Mariana - 'I crave no other,

nor no better man.'

13

The Duke - 'your evil quits

you well.'

14

The Duke - 'it is too late,

he is sentenced.'

15

Angelo - 'heaven hath my

empty words.'

16

Lucio - 'Virgin! I hold you

as a sainted thing.'

17

Angelo - 'Isabella,

love chaste!'

18

Lucio - 'she may be a punk,

for many of them are.'

19

Angelo - 'who will believe thee, Isabella,

over my unsoiled name.'

20

The Duke - 'death is a

great disguiser.'

21

To who and why does the Duke say 'slip so grossly'?

To Angelo, stating that he has made mistakes and they have been found out

22

The Duke - 'Enforce or qualify the laws

as to your soul seems good.'