Speeches (Lines) for First Conspirator
in "Coriolanus"

Total: 3

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# Act, Scene, Line
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1

V,6,3828

How is it with our general?

2

V,6,3865

So he did, my lord:
The army marvell'd at it, and, in the last,
When he had carried Rome and that we look'd
For no less spoil than glory,—

3

V,6,3877

Your native town you enter'd like a post,
And had no welcomes home: but he returns,
Splitting the air with noise.

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