Speeches (Lines) for First Lord
in "Coriolanus"

Total: 4

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# Act, Scene, Line
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Speech text

1

V,6,3897

And grieve to hear't.
What faults he made before the last, I think
Might have found easy fines: but there to end
Where he was to begin and give away
The benefit of our levies, answering us
With our own charge, making a treaty where
There was a yielding,—this admits no excuse.

2

V,6,3952

Peace, both, and hear me speak.

3

V,6,3981

O Tullus,—

4

V,6,3992

Bear from hence his body;
And mourn you for him: let him be regarded
As the most noble corse that ever herald
Did follow to his urn.

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