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CORIOLANUS going into banishment, taking leave of
his family. “ Cor. Come, leave your tears; a brief farewell :-the
beast With many heads butts me away.- Nay, mother, Where is your ancient courage ?”
Act IV. S. 1.
CORIOLANUS goes to the house of AUFIDIUS.
What is thy name?
O, Marcius, Marcius !
1 SERV. What an arm he has ! he turned me about with his finger and thumb, as one would set up a top.”
Act IV. S. 5.
CORIOLANUS being appointed General of the Volscian
Forces, the Romans send and entreat peace in vain. MENENIUS is then persuaded to go, in hopes that his ancient friendship with CORIOLANUS may prevail.
66 Cor. Away!
Cor. Wife, mother, child, I know not. My affairs
Act V. S. 2.