This is a fantastic male shakespeare monologue. Richard is in a heightened emotional state and this monologue is a turning point for him. I was working this piece recently with a friend and it took us a bit of time to unpack. So be patient when working on this monologue. Richard Part 11 - Jaap Versainc Ensemble - Monologue (CDr) just received news that Bolingbroke soon to be Henry IV has gained momentum and the Welsh army Richard was hoping would be his saving grace, is not coming to his side.
It is good to keep in mind just before you start the monologue how all this bad news affects him. His hope of remaining King is unravelling before his eyes. Full Richard II play synopsis. Deposed: removed from office. Richard II: No matter where — of comfort no man speak. And yet not so — for what can we bequeath Save our deposed bodies to the ground? Scissorhands Is Still Alive. I don't know. Not for sure. But I believe he is. You see, before he came down here, it never snowed. And afterwards, it did.
If he weren't up there now, I don't think it would be snowing. A Fish Story. The humorous, deadpan story that Lieutenant Detective William F. Scott told friend Father Joseph Dyer Bill Flanders about a fish his mother-in-law had bought for dinner:. I can't go home The carp My wife's mother, she's visiting, Father.
And Tuesday night, she's cooking us a carp. It's a tasty fish, I-I have nothing against it. But because it's supposedly filled with impurities, she buys it live. And for three days it's been swimming up and down in my bathtub. Up and down. And I hate it. I can't stand the sight of it moving its gills. Now, you're standing very close to me, Father. Have you noticed? I haven't had a bath for three days.
I can't go home until the carp is asleep because if I see it swimming, I'll kill it. Decapitation Without Spilling Blood. Scottboasting about how he had decapitated Part 11 - Jaap Versainc Ensemble - Monologue (CDr) Father Dyer:.
I like plays. The good ones. I like Titus Andronicus the best - it's sweet. Incidentally, did you know that you are talking to an artist? I sometimes do special things to my Part 11 - Jaap Versainc Ensemble - Monologue (CDr) things that are creative. Of course, it takes knowledge, pride in your work. For example, a decapitated head can continue to see for approximately twenty seconds.
So when I have one that's gawking, I always hold it up so that it can see its body. It's a little extra I throw in for no added charge.
I must admit it makes me chuckle every time. Life is fun. It's a wonderful life, in fact, for some. It's too bad about poor Father Dyer. I killed him, you know. An interesting problem, but finally, it worked! First, a bit of the old succinylcholine to permit one to work without, ah, annoying distractions. Then, a three foot catheter threaded directly into the inferior vena cava -- or, superior vena cava.
It's a matter of taste, I think, don't you? Then the tube moves through the vein, under Part 11 - Jaap Versainc Ensemble - Monologue (CDr) crease of the arm, into the vein that leads directly into the heart, and then, you just hold up the legs, and you squeeze the blood manually into the tube from the arms and the legs.
There's a little shaking and pounding at the end for the dregs - it isn't perfect. There's a little blood left, I'm afraid. But, regardless, the overall effect is astonishing! And isn't that really what counts in the end? And then, Part 11 - Jaap Versainc Ensemble - Monologue (CDr), off comes the head without spilling one single drop of blood. Scott that after he was electrocuted fifteen years earlier, his soul entered Father Karras' dying body, fullfilling the revenge of angered demon Pazuzu "The Master" for being exorcised out of the body of Regan in the original film.
The soul of the Gemini Killer was able to leave Karras' body, possess elderly senile dementia patients in the mental institution, to use them as an instrument to kill:.
Well, there I was so awfully dead in that electric chair. I didn't like it. Would you? It's upsetting. There was still so much killing to do, and there I was, in the void, without a body. But then along came, well, you know, my friend. One of them. Those others over there. The cruel ones, the Master. And he thought that my work should continue. But in this body, in this body in particular, in fact.
Ooh, let's call it Part 11 - Jaap Versainc Ensemble - Monologue (CDr). A certain matter of an exorcism, I think, in which your friend Father Karras expelled certain parties from the body of a child. Certain parties were not pleased, to say the least.
To say the very least. And so, my friend, the Master, devised this pretty little scheme as a way of getting back, of creating a stumbling block, a scandal, a horror to the eyes of all men who seek faith, using the body of this saintly priest as an instrument of, well, you know - my work. But, the main thing is the torment of your friend Father Karras as he watches while I rip and cut and mutilate the innocent, his friends, and again, and again, and on and on!
He is inside with us! He will never get away! His pain won't end! Oh, gracious me. Was I raving? Please forgive me. I'm mad
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