Age quotes – king lear

aged tryranny Gloucester reading Edgar letter act 1, scene 2
how full of changes his age is Goneril to regan act 1, scene 1
’tis the infirmity of his age yet he hath ever but slenderly known himself regan to goneril act 1, scene 1
as you are old and reverend, should be wise goneril act 1, scene 4
he may enguard his dotage with their powers/ And hold our lives in mercy goneril to Albany act 1, scene 4
you stubborn ancient knave, you reverend braggart Cornwall to kent act 2, scene 2
thou should’st not have been old till thou had’st been wise Fool to Lear act 1, scene 5
but let his disposition have that scope/ as dotage gives it goneril to albany act 1, scene 5
I am too old to learn kent about the stocks act 2, scene 2
we are not ourselves/ when nature, being oppressed, commands the mind/ To suffer with the body Lear trying to explain Cornwall’s behaviour act 2, scene 4
I confess that I am old; Age is unnecessary Lear’s sarcastic imagined address to Goneril act 2, scene 4
I pray father, being weak, seem so Regan to Lear act 2, scene 4
“I gave you all” “And in good time you gave it” Lear and Regan, act 2, scene 4
You see me here, you Gods, a poor old man/ As full of grief as age, wretched in both! Lear act 2, scene 4
the younger rises when the old doth fall Edmund act 3, scene 3
they told me I had the white hairs in my beard ere the black ones were there Lear act 4, scene 6
here I stand your slave/ a poor, infirm, weak and despised old man lear act 3, scene 2
pray you now, forget and forgive: I am old and foolish lear act 4, scene 7
Whose age had charms in it, whose title more,/ To pluck the common bosom on his side Edmund about lear act 5, scene 3
the oldest hath borne most: we that are young/ shall never see so much, nor live so long Edgar last scene
You sulph’rous and thought-executing fires,/ Vaunt-couriers of oak-cleaving thunderbolts,/ Singe my white head! Lear act 3, scene 2
I am old now,/ And these same crosses spoil me. Who are you?/Mine eyes are not o’th’best: I’ll tell you straight. lear act 5, scene 3
This policy and reverence of age makes the world bitter to the best of our times Gloucester reading Edgar letter act 1, scene 2