Speeches (Lines) for Third Citizen
in "Coriolanus"

Total: 13

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# Act, Scene, Line
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Speech text

1

II,3,1427

We have power in ourselves to do it, but it is a
power that we have no power to do; for if he show us...

2

II,3,1440

We have been called so of many; not that our heads
are some brown, some black, some auburn, some bald,...

3

II,3,1449

Nay, your wit will not so soon out as another man's
will;'tis strongly wedged up in a block-head, but...

4

II,3,1453

To lose itself in a fog, where being three parts
melted away with rotten dews, the fourth would return...

5

II,3,1457

Are you all resolved to give your voices? But
that's no matter, the greater part carries it. I...

6

II,3,1497

We do, sir; tell us what hath brought you to't.

7

II,3,1501

How not your own desire?

8

II,3,1504

You must think, if we give you any thing, we hope to
gain by you.

9

II,3,1514

But this is something odd.

10

II,3,1602

Certainly
He flouted us downright.

11

II,3,1610

He said he had wounds, which he could show
in private;...

12

II,3,1659

He's not confirm'd; we may deny him yet.

13

IV,6,3192

And so did I; and, to say the truth, so did very
many of us: that we did, we did for the best; and...

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