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MonkeyNotes-The Two Gentlemen of Verona by William Shakespeare
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Act II, Scene 5

Proteus' servant Launce is delighted to be re-united with Speed, who welcomes him to "Padua". In typical fashion, they immediately banter with one another, and the love of Proteus and Julia is the object of their ribald humor. The essence of Launce's explanation is that his master is as good as already married to Julia.


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Speed and Launce are finally together again in Milan. Speed, however, humorously welcomes his friend to Padua. The welcome is just the beginning of their humorous interchange. When Speed inquires about Proteus and Julia, the two clownish servants enter into a discussion of the love affair in a humorous and ribald way.

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