Cymbeline
 Act 1, Scene 6

Enter Imogen
Enter Pisanio and Iachimo
Iachimo
                                Change you, madam?
Presents a letter

Imogen
                                Thanks, good sir:

Imogen
                     What makes your admiration?

Imogen
                            What, dear sir,

Iachimo
                            Thanks, madam; well.
                                                
To PISANIO
Beseech you, sir, desire

Pisanio
                       I was going, sir,
Exit

Imogen
                 Will my lord say so?

Imogen
                           Not he, I hope.

Imogen
            What do you pity, sir?

Imogen
                      My lord, I fear,

Imogen
                       Let me hear no more.

Imogen
                    What, ho, Pisanio!

Imogen
                              You make amends.

Imogen
                             Pray, what is’t?

Imogen
                        O, no, no.

Exeunt
Cymbeline

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