Female Monologues from Plays
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1) Mrs. Arbuthnot will never marry Lord Illingworth
A monologue from the Play "A Woman of No Importance" by Oscar Wilde

In this monologue, Mrs Arbuthnot tells her son Gerald why she won't marry Lor Illingworth, Gerald's father.

2) Eve curses Cain for killing Abel
A monologue from the Play "Cain" by Lord Byron

After Cain kills his brother Abel, their mother, Eve, laments to Cain that he killed his own brother.

3) Salome talks to the severed head of John the Baptist
A monologue from the Play "Salome" by Oscar Wilde

After Salome's stepfather promises her anything if she dances for him, Salome asks for the head of John the Baptist, a prisoner who she desires and has rejected her. At the end of the play Salome delivers this macabre monologue where she holds John the Baptist's head, scolds him for having rejected her, praises his good looks, mocks him for having killed him and ultimately she kisses his head..