Posted by **Jasmin** on Sunday, November 13, 2011 at 10:39pm.

I am trying to look for 20 lines of blank verse in shakespeare's play Measure for Measure.

I found this:

we CANnot WEIGH our BROther WITH ourSELF.

great MEN may JEST with SAINTS; tis WIT in THEM. (2.2.16)

Did anyone find a bigger chunk of blank verse?

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