Scene IIA room in the prisonEnter Provost and PompeyProvostCome hither, sirrah. Can you cut off a man's head?PompeyIf the man be a bachelor, sir, I can; but if he be a married man, he's his? Scene IIIAnother room in the sameEnter PompeyPompeyI am as well acquainted here as I was in our house of profession: one would think it were Mistress Overdone's own house, for here be many of? Scene IVA room in Angelo's houseEnter Angelo and EscalusEscalusEvery letter he hath writ hath disvouched other.AngeloIn most uneven and distracted manner. His actions show much like to? Scene VFields without the townEnter Duke Vincentio in his own habit, and Friar PeterDuke VincentioThese letters at fit time deliver meGiving lettersThe provost knows our purpose and our plot? Scene VIStreet near the city gateEnter Isabella and MarianaIsabellaTo speak so indirectly I am loath:
I would say the truth; but to accuse him so,
That is your part: yet I am advised to do it? Act VScene IThe city gateMariana veiled, Isabella, and Friar Peter, at their stand. Enter Duke Vincentio, Varrius, Lords, Angelo, Escalus, Lucio, Provost, Officers, and Citizens, at several? Dramatis PersonaeVincentio, the Duke. Angelo, Deputy.Escalus, an ancient Lord.Claudio, a young gentleman.Lucio, a fantastic.Two other gentlemen.Provost.two friars.PeterThomasOthers.A Justice.? ContentsDramatis PersonaeAct IScene IScene IIScene IIIScene IVAct IIScene IScene IIScene IIIScene IVAct IIIScene IScene IIAct IVScene IScene IIScene IIIScene IVScene VScene VIAct VScene I Act IScene IVenice. A streetEnter Antonio, Salarino, and SalanioAntonioIn sooth, I know not why I am so sad:
It wearies me; you say it wearies you;
But how I caught it, found it, or came by? Scene IIBelmont. A room in Portia's houseEnter Portia and NerissaPortiaBy my troth, Nerissa, my little body is aweary of this great world.NerissaYou would be, sweet madam, if your miseries?