Speeches (Lines) for Second Senator
in "Coriolanus"

Total: 10

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# Act, Scene, Line
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Speech text

1

I,2,342

Noble Aufidius,
Take your commission; hie you to your bands:
Let us alone to guard Corioli:
If they set down before 's, for the remove
Bring your army; but, I think, you'll find
They've not prepared for us.

2

I,2,358

Farewell.

3

III,1,2021

Get you gone.

4

V,2,3370

Stand, and go back.

5

V,2,3378

You'll see your Rome embraced with fire before
You'll speak with Coriolanus.

6

V,2,3403

Howsoever you have been his liar, as you say you
have, I am one that, telling true under him, must
say, you cannot pass. Therefore, go back.

7

V,2,3425

Come, my captain knows you not.

8

V,2,3472

'Tis a spell, you see, of much power: you know the
way home again.

9

V,2,3476

What cause, do you think, I have to swoon?

10

V,2,3486

The worthy fellow is our general: he's the rock, the
oak not to be wind-shaken.

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