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Act 1, Scene 1


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'Wrath-kindled gentlemen, be ruled by me, / Let's purge this choler without letting blood.' (Richard)
Angry men, let me take control of this.Let's get rid of this anger without bloodshed.
'Forget, forgive,conclude and be agreed,/Our doctors say this is no month to bleed.' (Richard)
Forget about this, forgive each other and come to an agreement. The doctor says this a bad time for letting blood.
'Thou art a traitor and a miscreant!' (Bolingbroke)
You are an evil person and a villain.
'Sluiced out his innocent soul through streams of blood - / Which blood, like sacrificing Abel's' (Bolingbroke)
Let his blood flow out in streams like Abel sacrificing animals for God.
'We were not born to sue, but to command' (Richard)
We were not born to plead but to order and lead.
'Lions make leopards tame'. (Richard)
Lions are superior to leopards.
'Rage must be withstood' (Richard)
You must get over this anger.
'Once I did lay an ambush for your life' (Mowbray)
I did once plot against you and your life.
'I slew him not, but to my own disgrace/neglected my sworn duty in that case' (Mowbray)
I didn't kill him but I'm ashamed that I failed to prevent Gloucester's murder while he was under my protection'
'High-stomched are they both and full of ire/In rage deaf as the sea,hasty as fire' (Richard)
They're both arrogant and full of anger, which makes them as deaf as the sea and too quick to act, like fire.
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