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Pericles, Prince of Tyre

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ACT IV SCENE V Mytilene. A street before the brothel.
[Enter, from the brothel, two Gentlemen]
First GentlemanDid you ever hear the like?
Second GentlemanNo, nor never shall do in such a place as this, she
being once gone.
First GentlemanBut to have divinity preached there! did you ever
dream of such a thing?5
Second GentlemanNo, no. Come, I am for no more bawdy-houses:
shall's go hear the vestals sing?
First GentlemanI'll do any thing now that is virtuous; but I
am out of the road of rutting for ever.

Continue to Pericles, Act 4, Scene 6


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