Shakespeare Monologues for Men
There are endless Shakespeare monologues for men but here we have listed the most interesting Shakespeare monologues for men from plays such as Macbeth, Henry VI, Antony and Cleopatra. Check out this Shakespeare monologues for men and let us know what you think
1) Antony laments the fact that he lost the battleA monologue from the Play "Antony and Cleopatra" by William Shakespeare
In this dramatic Shakespeare monologue, Antony has just lost a battle against Caesar and feels shame, asking his men to abandon him.
2) Tullus Aufidius curses the RomansA monologue from the Play "Coriolanus" by William Shakespeare
After having lost to the Roman army in a battle led by Coriolanus, Tullus Aufidius curses the Romans in this emotional monologue
3) Henry VI's last speech before he is stabbed and killedA monologue from the Play "Henry VI Part 3" by William Shakespeare
After being imprisoned, Henry VI is locked in the Tower of London. Richard pays him a visit and Henry VI knows he is there to kill him. This is his monologue before he is stabbed by Richard...
4) Brutus addresses the people of RomeA monologue from the Play "Julius Caesar" by William Shakespeare
In this persuasive monologue, Brutus addresses the people of Rome and tries to justify his murder of Julius Caesar
5) Macbeth considers the possibility of killing the king to obtain more powerA monologue from the Play "Macbeth" by William Shakespeare
In this monologue, Macbeth considers the pros and cons of assassinating Duncan, the King of Scotland, to obtain more power
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