Speeches (Lines) for Second Citizen
in "Coriolanus"

Total: 18

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# Act, Scene, Line
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Speech text

1

I,1,12

One word, good citizens.

2

I,1,23

Would you proceed especially against Caius CORIOLANUS?

3

I,1,25

Consider you what services he has done for his country?

4

I,1,28

Nay, but speak not maliciously.

5

I,1,34

What he cannot help in his nature, you account a
vice in him. You must in no way say he is covetous.

6

I,1,44

Worthy Menenius Agrippa; one that hath always loved
the people.

7

II,3,1426

We may, sir, if we will.

8

II,3,1447

Think you so? Which way do you judge my wit would
fly?

9

II,3,1452

Why that way?

10

II,3,1456

You are never without your tricks: you may, you may.

11

II,3,1499

Your own desert!

12

II,3,1511

You shall ha' it, worthy sir.

13

II,3,1515

An 'twere to give again,—but 'tis no matter.

14

II,3,1600

Amen, sir: to my poor unworthy notice,
He mock'd us when he begg'd our voices.

15

II,3,1605

Not one amongst us, save yourself, but says
He used us scornfully: he should have show'd us
His marks of merit, wounds received for's country.

16

II,3,1660

And will deny him:
I'll have five hundred voices of that sound.

17

IV,6,3191

And so did I.

18

IV,6,3208

So did we all. But, come, let's home.

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