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CORIOLANUS.

II.

CAIUS MARCIUS alone within the walls of Corioli.

“ Following the fliers at the very heels.
With them he enters; who, upon the sudden,
Clapp'd to their gates; he is himself alone,
To answer all their city.”

Act I. S. 4.

III.

CAIUS MARCIUS attacking AUFIDIUS, who is rescued

by some Volsces.

“ Aur. Officious, and not valiant-you have shamed me In your condemn'd seconds.”

Act I. S. 8.

IV.

CAIUS MARCIUS CORIOLANUS stands for consul,

but by the agency of the tribunes the people rise against
him.
“ BRU. The ædiles, ho ! let him be apprehended.

Sic. . . . . . Lay hold of him,
Bear him to the rock Tarpeian, and from thence
Into destruction cast him.
Cor.

No; I'll die here.

(Drawing his sword.) There's some among you have beheld me fighting ; Come, try upon yourselves what you have seen me. MEN. Down with that sword ;-tribunes, withdraw awhile."

Act III. S. 1.

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