Word Cloud for "Cymbeline" by William Shakespeare.

Word Cloud for "Cymbeline"



This book was authored by William Shakespeare. (1564 - 1616)

Area, genre or subject: Tragicomedy.






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The Complete Works of William Shakespeare  Shakespeare's Sonnets  Venus and Adonis  King Henry VI, Part 1  King Henry VI, Part 2  King Henry VI, Part 3  King Richard III  The Comedy of Errors  The Shakespearian Sonnets  Titus Andronicus  The Taming of the Shrew  Two Gentlemen of Verona  Love's Labour's Lost  King John  King Richard II  Romeo and Juliet  A Midsummer Night's Dream  The Merchant of Venice  King Henry IV Part 1  The Merry Wives of Windsor  King Henry IV, Part 2  Much Ado about Nothing  King Henry V  Julius Caesar  As You Like It  Hamlet, Prince of Denmark  Twelfth Night; or What You Will  History of Troilus and Cressida  All's Well That Ends Well  Measure for Measure  Othello  King Lear  Macbeth  Antony and Cleopatra  The Tragedy of Coriolanus  The Life of Timon of Athens  The Winter's Tale  The Tempest  King Henry VIII  A Lover's Complaint  King Henry VI, Part 1  King Henry VI, Part 2  King Henry VI, Part 3  King Richard III  The Comedy of Errors  The Rape of Lucrece  The Rape of Lucrece  The Tragedy of Titus Andronicus  The Taming of the Shrew  Two Gentlemen of Verona  Love's Labour's Lost  King John  King Richard II  Romeo and Juliet  A Midsummer Night's Dream  The Merchant of Venice  King Henry IV, Part 1  The Merry Wives of Windsor  King Henry IV, Part 2  Much Ado about Nothing  Much Ado about Nothing  King Henry V  Julius Caesar  As You Like It  Hamlet  The Phoenix and the Turtle  Twelfth Night  Twelfth Night  Troilus and Cressida  All's Well That Ends Well  Measure for Measure  Othello  King Lear  Macbeth  Antony and Cleopatra  Coriolanus  Timon of Athens  Pericles  The Winter's Tale  The Tempest  King Henry VIII  A Lover's Complaint  The Passionate Pilgrim  The Passionate Pilgrim  Sonnets on Sundry Notes of Music  Henry VI  King Richard III  The Comedy of Errors  Titus Andronicus  The Taming of the Shrew  Two Gentlemen of Verona  Love's Labour's Lost  King John  King Richard II  Romeo and Juliet  A Midsummer Night's Dream  The Merchant of Venice  King Henry IV, Part 1  The Merry Wives of Windsor  King Henry IV, Part 2  Much Ado about Nothing  King Henry V  Julius Caesar  As You Like It  Hamlet  Troilus and Cressida  All's Well That Ends Well  Measure for Measure  Othello  King Lear  Macbeth  Antony and Cleopatra  Coriolanus  Timon of Athens  The Winter's Tale  The Tempest  King Henry VIII  The Tempest  The Two Gentlemen of Verona  The Merry Wives of Windsor  Measure for Measure  The Comedy of Errors  Much Ado about Nothing  Love's Labour's Lost  A Midsummer Night's Dream  The Merchant of Venice  As You Like It  The Taming of the Shrew  All's Well That Ends Well  Twelfth Night  The Winter's Tale  King John  Richard II  Henry IV  Henry IV  Henry V  Henry VI  Henry VI  Henry VI  Richard III  Henry VIII  Coriolanus  Titus Andronicus  Romeo and Juliet  Timon of Athens  Julius Caesar  Macbeth  Hamlet  King Lear  Othello  Antony and Cleopatra  Shakespeare's First Folio  The Tragicall Historie of Hamlet, Prince of Denmarke  Shakespeare's play of the Merchant of Venice  The Tempest  Two Gentlemen of Verona  The Merry Wives of Windsor  Measure for Measure  The Comedy of Errors  Hamlet  The New Hudson Shakespeare: Julius Cæsar  Twelfth Night; or, What You Will  

The Bag of Words In "Cymbeline" (Main Words):


married stuffe gentleman gentle takes vertue sonnes knowledge twenty twere patience deerest abide hourely angry cause moue payes forth ayre winne fayrest prisoner command gone sharpe harme senselesse touch past grace heauen foolish draw notes halfe action towne told braine wish paper therein mind pretty italy betwixt highnesse attend wherein else gentlemen stranger friend appeare hearing slight young faith aske fell praise bloody preferre yours stolne times offence bold stands aduantage second sweare thousand free sword wherefore commanded meete drugge danger spirits returne case notice hold quite blessed alone seemes proofe blame towards beyond hide seeme hands base hell forgot pronounce cold minde safe crost pleasure fight body italian diuine temple sleepe note naturall strikes musicke golden reason gracious caius women scarse sorry forget lacke garment loose grant tribute twice strength breath foote backe render lyes right follow augustus liues caesars rome gainst among youth sent letter indeed home doing valour roman souldier swore princely fortune weake peeces borne valiant seruant greeue already meanes princes sicke want throw demand dust cloten wonder strooke eagle serue torture lyons

kings vnto heart weare glad therefore seeke through something faire within warres tooke rare three yeares went beleeue soone knowne hence fetch about fathers holy least remaine write words diamond another sense sonne almost done comfort blood honour hurt villaine stand enough ground shee vnlesse together last little certaine doubt vnder often bound mortall each ladies either thanke world spoke gold beare purpose drawne further conscience himselfe hauing hard enemy seruice shew send word loues worke friends meane chance honest change welcome head twixt desire knowes woman report play eares liue morrow full night aboue tongue saue yeeld spare said care neere precious point heard found peece iupiter kill thine masters blest worse cymbeline flye wilt suite romane royall clotens tane

more heauens then still whom that hath selfe worthy though thinke king very none lost most they their thing good there would should such speake farre rather cannot father honor against with this other time lady posthumus makes could make which twas court owne what euen your pray tell onely worth from were long some them well true must heere comes shall finde after will please know where feare nothing againe giue doth mine made much neuer deere leaue haue looke take keepe till when imogen dead thou poore place vpon gods death beseech queene might leonatus peace sweet best being lord master hand part both bring left these beene dare gaue many come loue seene fall great euery heare things like those enter proue since name without lesse eyes better noble euer nature before mistris strange ring first call came hope thus answer downe away hast false thee shalt prythee giuen whose britaine sure tender into present thought mother lucius caesar life once britaines brother



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