The Dramatic Works Of William Shakespeare (Volume 3); With A Life Of The Poet, And Notes, Original And Selected Together With A Copious Glossary

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CORIOLANUS. - Vol. III.-31 (481) PERSONS REPRESENTED. Caius Mahcius Coriolanus, a noble Roman. Menenius Aorippa, Friend to Coriolanus. Sicinius Velutus, 1 Junius Brutus, ) Young Marcius, Son to Coriolanus. A Roman Herald. Tullus ...
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CORIOLANUS. - Vol. III.-31 (481) PERSONS REPRESENTED. Caius Mahcius Coriolanus, a noble Roman. Menenius Aorippa, Friend to Coriolanus. Sicinius Velutus, 1 Junius Brutus, ) Young Marcius, Son to Coriolanus. A Roman Herald. Tullus Aufidius, General of the Volcians. Lieutenant to Aufidius. Conspirators with Aufidius. A Citizen of Antiuni. Two Volcian Guards. Volumnia, Mother to Coriolanus. Virgilia, Wife to Coriolanus. Valeria, Friend to Virgilia. Gentlewoman, attending Virgilia. Roman and Volcian Senators, Patricians, TRdilcs, Lie-tors, Soldiers, Citizens, Messenger, Servants to Aufidins, and other Attendants. SCENE, partly in Rome, and partly in the Territories of the Volcians and Antiates. (482) rOTJTOT ANTTQ tUKlULAJN US. VWMbVfeMVlVVMVWHM ACT I. SCENE I. Rome. A Street. Sinter a Company of mutinous Citizens, with staves, clubs, and other weapons. 1 Citizen. Before we proceed any further, hear me speak. Git. Speak, speak. [Several speaking at once. 1 Cit. You are all resolved rather to die, than to famish? Cit. Resolved, resolved. 1 Cit. First, you know, Caius Marcius is chief enemy to the people. Cit. We know't, we know't. 1 Cit. Let us kill him, and we'll have corn at our own price. Is't a verdict ? Cit. No more talking on't; let it be done. Away, away. 2 Cit. One word, good citizens. 1 Cit. We are accounted poor citizens; the patricians, good. What authority surfeits on, would relieve us. If they would yield us but the superfluity, while it were wholesome, we might guess they relieved us humanely; but they think we are too dear: the leanness that afflicts us, the object of our misery, is as an inventory to particularize their abundance : our sufferance is a gain to them.— Let us revenge this with our ...
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  • ISBN-13: 9780217754316
  • Publisher: General Books LLC
  • Publication date: 1/1/2012
  • Pages: 232
  • Product dimensions: 7.44 (w) x 9.69 (h) x 0.49 (d)

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CORIOLANUS. - Vol. III.-31 (481) PERSONS REPRESENTED. Caius Mahcius Coriolanus, a noble Roman. Menenius Aorippa, Friend to Coriolanus. Sicinius Velutus, 1 Junius Brutus, ) Young Marcius, Son to Coriolanus. A Roman Herald. Tullus Aufidius, General of the Volcians. Lieutenant to Aufidius. Conspirators with Aufidius. A Citizen of Antiuni. Two Volcian Guards. Volumnia, Mother to Coriolanus. Virgilia, Wife to Coriolanus. Valeria, Friend to Virgilia. Gentlewoman, attending Virgilia. Roman and Volcian Senators, Patricians, TRdilcs, Lie-tors, Soldiers, Citizens, Messenger, Servants to Aufidins, and other Attendants. SCENE, partly in Rome, and partly in the Territories of the Volcians and Antiates. (482) rOTJTOT ANTTQ tUKlULAJN US. VWMbVfeMVlVVMVWHM ACT I. SCENE I. Rome. A Street. Sinter a Company of mutinous Citizens, with staves, clubs, and other weapons. 1 Citizen. Before we proceed any further, hear me speak. Git. Speak, speak. [Several speaking at once. 1 Cit. You are all resolved rather to die, than to famish? Cit. Resolved, resolved. 1 Cit. First, you know, Caius Marcius is chief enemy to the people. Cit. We know't, we know't. 1 Cit. Let us kill him, and we'll have corn at our own price. Is't a verdict ? Cit. No more talking on't; let it be done. Away, away. 2 Cit. One word, good citizens. 1 Cit. We are accounted poor citizens; the patricians, good. What authority surfeits on, would relieve us. If they would yield us but the superfluity, while it were wholesome, we might guess they relieved us humanely; but they think we are too dear: the leanness that afflicts us, the object of our misery, is as an inventory to particularize their abundance : our sufferance is a gain tothem. Let us revenge this with our ...
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