Speeches (Lines) for Tullus Aufidius
in "Coriolanus"

Total: 45

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1

I,2,315

Is it not yours?
What ever have been thought on in this state,...

2

I,2,334

Nor did you think it folly
To keep your great pretences veil'd till when...

3

I,2,348

O, doubt not that;
I speak from certainties. Nay, more,...

4

I,2,356

And keep your honours safe!

5

I,8,739

We hate alike:
Not Afric owns a serpent I abhor...

6

I,8,744

If I fly, CORIOLANUS,
Holloa me like a hare.

7

I,8,751

Wert thou the Hector
That was the whip of your bragg'd progeny,...

8

I,10,879

The town is ta'en!

9

I,10,881

Condition!
I would I were a Roman; for I cannot,...

10

I,10,896

Bolder, though not so subtle. My valour's poison'd
With only suffering stain by him; for him...

11

I,10,910

I am attended at the cypress grove: I pray you—
'Tis south the city mills—bring me word thither...

12

IV,5,2809

Where is this fellow?

13

IV,5,2813

Whence comest thou? what wouldst thou? thy name?
Why speak'st not? speak, man: what's thy name?

14

IV,5,2820

What is thy name?

15

IV,5,2823

Say, what's thy name?
Thou hast a grim appearance, and thy face...

16

IV,5,2829

I know thee not: thy name?

17

IV,5,2868

O CORIOLANUS, CORIOLANUS!
Each word thou hast spoke hath weeded from my heart...

18

IV,5,2904

Therefore, most absolute sir, if thou wilt have
The leading of thine own revenges, take...

19

IV,7,3217

Do they still fly to the Roman?

20

IV,7,3223

I cannot help it now,
Unless, by using means, I lame the foot...

21

IV,7,3235

I understand thee well; and be thou sure,
when he shall come to his account, he knows not...

22

IV,7,3246

All places yield to him ere he sits down;
And the nobility of Rome are his:...

23

V,2,3469

You keep a constant temper.

24

V,3,3494

Only their ends
You have respected; stopp'd your ears against...

25

V,3,3707

I was moved withal.

26

V,3,3714

[Aside] I am glad thou hast set thy mercy and
thy honour...

27

V,6,3817

Go tell the lords o' the city I am here:
Deliver them this paper: having read it,...

28

V,6,3829

Even so
As with a man by his own alms empoison'd,...

29

V,6,3836

Sir, I cannot tell:
We must proceed as we do find the people.

30

V,6,3841

I know it;
And my pretext to strike at him admits...

31

V,6,3852

That I would have spoke of:
Being banish'd for't, he came unto my hearth;...

32

V,6,3869

There was it:
For which my sinews shall be stretch'd upon him....

33

V,6,3889

Say no more:
Here come the lords.

34

V,6,3893

I have not deserved it.
But, worthy lords, have you with heed perused...

35

V,6,3904

He approaches: you shall hear him.
[Enter CORIOLANUS, marching with drum and]...

36

V,6,3921

Read it not, noble lords;
But tell the traitor, in the high'st degree...

37

V,6,3925

Ay, traitor, CORIOLANUS!

38

V,6,3927

Ay, CORIOLANUS, Caius CORIOLANUS: dost thou think
I'll grace thee with that robbery, thy stol'n name...

39

V,6,3941

Name not the god, thou boy of tears!

40

V,6,3943

No more.

41

V,6,3959

Why, noble lords,
Will you be put in mind of his blind fortune,...

42

V,6,3975

Insolent villain!

43

V,6,3980

My noble masters, hear me speak.

44

V,6,3985

My lords, when you shall know—as in this rage,
Provoked by him, you cannot—the great danger...

45

V,6,3999

My rage is gone;
And I am struck with sorrow. Take him up....

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