Speeches (Lines) for Citizens
in "Coriolanus"

Total: 17

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# Act, Scene, Line
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Speech text

1

II,3,1609

No, no; no man saw 'em.

2

III,1,1957

Down with him! down with him!
[They all bustle about CORIOLANUS, crying]
'Tribunes!' 'Patricians!' 'Citizens!' 'What, ho!'
'Sicinius!' 'Brutus!' 'Coriolanus!' 'Citizens!'
'Peace, peace, peace!' 'Stay, hold, peace!'

3

III,1,1968

Let's hear our tribune: peace Speak, speak, speak.

4

III,1,1976

True,
The people are the city.

5

III,1,1980

You so remain.

6

III,1,1996

Yield, CORIOLANUS, yield!

7

III,1,2016

Down with him, down with him!
[In this mutiny, the Tribunes, the AEdiles, and the]
People, are beat in]

8

III,1,2079

He shall, sure on't.

9

III,1,2092

No, no, no, no, no.

10

III,3,2439

To the rock, to the rock with him!

11

III,3,2475

It shall be so, it shall be so; let him away:
He's banish'd, and it shall be so.

12

III,3,2491

It shall be so, it shall be so.

13

III,3,2511

Our enemy is banish'd! he is gone! Hoo! hoo!

14

III,3,2517

Come, come; let's see him out at gates; come.
The gods preserve our noble tribunes! Come.

15

IV,6,3031

The gods preserve you both!

16

IV,6,3039

Now the gods keep you!

17

IV,6,3188

Faith, we hear fearful news.

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