Speeches (Lines) for Virgilia
in "Coriolanus"

Total: 26

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# Act, Scene, Line
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Speech text

1

I,3,381

But had he died in the business, madam; how then?

2

I,3,390

Beseech you, give me leave to retire myself.

3

I,3,401

His bloody brow! O Jupiter, no blood!

4

I,3,409

Heavens bless my lord from fell Aufidius!

5

I,3,415

I am glad to see your ladyship.

6

I,3,419

I thank your ladyship; well, good madam.

7

I,3,434

A crack, madam.

8

I,3,437

No, good madam; I will not out of doors.

9

I,3,440

Indeed, no, by your patience; I'll not over the
threshold till my lord return from the wars.

10

I,3,444

I will wish her speedy strength, and visit her with
my prayers; but I cannot go thither.

11

I,3,447

'Tis not to save labour, nor that I want love.

12

I,3,453

No, good madam, pardon me; indeed, I will not forth.

13

I,3,456

O, good madam, there can be none yet.

14

I,3,459

Indeed, madam?

15

I,3,467

Give me excuse, good madam; I will obey you in every
thing hereafter.

16

I,3,474

No, at a word, madam; indeed, I must not. I wish
you much mirth.

17

II,1,1025

Nay, 'tis true.

18

II,1,1031

Yes, certain, there's a letter for you; I saw't.

19

II,1,1038

O, no, no, no.

20

II,1,1058

The gods grant them true!

21

IV,3,2533

O heavens! O heavens!

22

IV,2,2612

[To SICINIUS] You shall stay too: I would I had the power
To say so to my husband.

23

IV,2,2626

What then!
He'ld make an end of thy posterity.

24

V,3,3532

My lord and husband!

25

V,3,3534

The sorrow that delivers us thus changed
Makes you think so.

26

V,3,3633

Ay, and mine,
That brought you forth this boy, to keep your name...

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