Speeches (Lines) for First Officer
in "Coriolanus"

Total: 4

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# Act, Scene, Line
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Speech text

1

II,2,1225

Come, come, they are almost here. How many stand
for consulships?

2

II,2,1229

That's a brave fellow; but he's vengeance proud, and
loves not the common people.

3

II,2,1240

If he did not care whether he had their love or no,
he waved indifferently 'twixt doing them neither
good nor harm: but he seeks their hate with greater
devotion than can render it him; and leaves
nothing undone that may fully discover him their
opposite. Now, to seem to affect the malice and
displeasure of the people is as bad as that which he
dislikes, to flatter them for their love.

4

II,2,1259

No more of him; he is a worthy man: make way, they
are coming.
[A sennet. Enter, with actors before them, COMINIUS]
the consul, MENENIUS, CORIOLANUS, Senators,
SICINIUS and BRUTUS. The Senators take their
places; the Tribunes take their Places by
themselves. CORIOLANUS stands]

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