10) Impiety has made a feast of thee
Act 1, Scene 2, Line 56
Lucio to a Gentleman
9) and for a name
now puts the drowsy and neglected act
Freshly on me. 'Tis surely for a name
Act 1, Scene 2, Line 167-169
Claudio says about Angelo when he is arrested.ï¿½
8) Our doubts are traitors
And makes us lose the good we oft might win
By fearing to attempt.
1, Scene 4, Lines 85-87
talking to Isabella about pleading for her brother's cause.
7) Well heaven forgive him and forgive us all
Some rise by sin, and some by virtue fall.
Act 2, Scene 1, Lines 41-42
Escalus to Angelo
6) He who
the sword of heaven will bear
Should be as holy as severe,
Pattern in himself to know
Grace to stand, and virtue go;
More nor less to others paying
Than by self-offenses weighing.
Shame to him whose cruel striking
Kills for faults of his own liking.
Act 3, Scene 2, Lines 261-267
The Duke in his speech about Angelo.
5) If the man be a bachelor, sir, i can; but if he be a married man, he's his wife's head, and i can
never cut off a woman's head.
Act 4, Scene 2, Lines 3-5
Pompey telling who he could and couldn't execute.
4) This is his pardon, purchased by such sin
For which the pardoner himself is in.
Hence hath offense his quick celerity
When it is born in high authority.
When vice makes mercy, mercy's so extended
That for the fault's love is the offender friended.
Act 4, Scene 2, Lines 120-125
The Duke about Claudio's pardon that he expects.
3) Haste still pays haste, and leisure answers leisure;
Like doth quit like, and measure still for measure.
Act 5, Scene 1, Lines 466-468
The Duke to his subjects.
2) I hope you will not mock me with a husband.
Act 5, Scene 1, Line477
to the Duke saying that she doesn't want Angelo to be executed.ï¿½
1) Give me your hand and say you will be mine.
Act 5, Scene 1, Line 564
Duke to Isabella.