Speeches (Lines) for Both Tribunes
in "Coriolanus"

Total: 4

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# Act, Scene, Line
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Speech text

1

III,3,2397

Coriolanus. First, hear me speak.

Both Tribunes. Well, say. Peace, ho!


2

IV,6,3019

Sicinius Velutus. 'Tis he,'tis he: O, he is grown most kind of late.

Both Tribunes. Hail sir!


3

IV,6,3040

Citizens. Now the gods keep you!

Both Tribunes. Farewell, farewell.


4

IV,6,3166

Cominius. You have brought
A trembling upon Rome, such as was never
So incapable of help.

Both Tribunes. Say not we brought it.


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