1) Now it is your turn! Take the context of the utterance into account by clicking on the particular scenes and decide whether the words in bold type are gestural, symbolic, anaphoric or non-anaphoric use.
a) Romeo and Juliet, Act I, Scene 1
Right glad I am he was not at this fray.
b) Henry VI, Part III, Act V, Scene 5
King Edward IV (Duke of Clarence): Untutor'd lad, thou art too malapert.
Prince Edward: I know my duty; you are all undutiful:
Lascivious Edward, and thou perjured George,
And thou mis-shapen Dick, I tell ye all
I am your better, traitors as ye are:
And thou usurp'st my father's right and mine.
King Edward IV (Plantagenet). Take that, thou likeness of this railer here.
Richard III: Sprawl'st thou? take that, to end thy agony.
c) Henry VI, Part II, Act IV, Scene 4
London. The palace. […]
Henriy IV: Lord Say, the traitors hate thee;
Therefore away with us to Killingworth.
Lord Say: So might your grace's person be in danger.
The sight of me is odious in their eyes;
And therefore in this city will I stay
d) Coriolanus, Act III, Scene 1
Menenius: Do not cry havoc, where you should but hunt