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    Various from Waiting for Godot, Glengarry Glenn Ross, Death of a Salesman, an innumerable number of options from Shakespeare's works...
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    (Original post by artful_lounger)
    Various from Waiting for Godot, Glengarry Glenn Ross, Death of a Salesman, an innumerable number of options from Shakespeare's works...
    What Shakespeare ones?
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    Various Iago and Othello ones, in Othello, Mercutio possibly being the most notable in Romeo and Juliet, although undoubtedly there are others.

    There are major male monologues or soliloquys in many of Shakespeare's works, and frequently more than one per play. That said I'm not a literature or theatre student so beyond what I've covered noted above, I couldn't give more specific recommendations

    Glengarry Glen Ross is chock full of them though, and there are a few major ones in Death of a Salesman and Waiting for Godot.
 
 
 
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