As you like it - Rosalind


Vocal Characteristics



Voice Age

Young Adult (18-35)


British (General) British (Received Pronunciation - RP, BBC)


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and why I pray you who might be your mother that you insult, exult and all at once over the wretched What thou You have no beauty as by my faith I see no more in you than without candle May go dark to bed Must you therefore be proud and pitiless? Why, What means this? Why do you look on me? I see no more in you than in the ordinary of nature's sales work Odds my little life I think she means to tangle my eyes to know faith Proud mistress Hope not after it. It is not your inky brows your black silk hair, your bugle eyeballs nor your cheek of cream that can contain my spirits to your worship, you foolish shepherd. Wherefore do you follow her like foggy south puffing with the wind and rain? You are 1000 times a proper man than she a woman to such fools as you that makes the world full of ill favoured Children. It is not her glass but you that flatters her and out of you She sees herself more proper than any of her liniment scan. Show her but mistress, know yourself down on your knees and thank heaven fasting for a good man's love for I must tell you friendly in your ear So and you can You're not for all markets Cry the man Mercy Love him Take his offer Foul is most foul being felt to be a school for So take her to the shepherd fare you well.