Speeches (Lines) for Fourth Citizen
in "Coriolanus"

Total: 3

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# Act, Scene, Line
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Speech text

1

II,3,1521

Coriolanus. Pray you now, if it may stand with the tune of your
voices that I may be consul, I have here the
customary gown.

Fourth Citizen. You have deserved nobly of your country, and you
have not deserved nobly.


2

II,3,1524

Coriolanus. Your enigma?

Fourth Citizen. You have been a scourge to her enemies, you have
been a rod to her friends; you have not indeed loved
the common people.


3

II,3,1540

Fifth Citizen. We hope to find you our friend; and therefore give
you our voices heartily.

Fourth Citizen. You have received many wounds for your country.


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