Speeches (Lines) for Second Servingman
in "Coriolanus"

Total: 19

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1

IV,5,2754

Where's Cotus? my master calls
for him. Cotus!

2

IV,5,2767

Whence are you, sir? Has the porter his eyes in his
head; that he gives entrance to such companions?
Pray, get you out.

3

IV,5,2771

Away! get you away.

4

IV,5,2773

Are you so brave? I'll have you talked with anon.

5

IV,5,2792

And I shall.

6

IV,5,2810

Here, sir: I'ld have beaten him like a dog, but for
disturbing the lords within.

7

IV,5,2919

By my hand, I had thought to have strucken him with
a cudgel; and yet my mind gave me his clothes made a
false report of him.

8

IV,5,2924

Nay, I knew by his face that there was something in
him: he had, sir, a kind of face, methought,—I
cannot tell how to term it.

9

IV,5,2929

So did I, I'll be sworn: he is simply the rarest
man i' the world.

10

IV,5,2932

Who, my master?

11

IV,5,2934

Worth six on him.

12

IV,5,2937

Faith, look you, one cannot tell how to say that:
for the defence of a town, our general is excellent.

13

IV,5,2943

[together] What, what, what? let's partake.

14

IV,5,2947

[together] wherefore?

15

IV,5,2953

Come, we are fellows and friends: he was ever too
hard for him; I have heard him say so himself.

16

IV,5,2958

An he had been cannibally given, he might have
broiled and eaten him too.

17

IV,5,2973

And he's as like to do't as any man I can imagine.

18

IV,5,2988

Why, then we shall have a stirring world again.
This peace is nothing, but to rust iron, increase
tailors, and breed ballad-makers.

19

IV,5,2996

'Tis so: and as war, in some sort, may be said to
be a ravisher, so it cannot be denied but peace is a
great maker of cuckolds.

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