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CORIOLANUS' mother, wife, and child, with another noble lady of Rome, come to entreat for peace. AUFIDIUS' old hate being revived by the admiration of the Volsces for CORIOLANUS, he seeks occasion to destroy him.
Vol. ..... Thou shalt no sooner
Ay, and on mine,
Vol. . . . . . . . . Nay, behold us :
Aur. I am glad thou hast set thy mercy and thy honour
(Aside.) . Act V. S. 3.
CORIOLANUS accused by AUFIDIUS of having be
trayed the trust reposed in him by the Volsces. They rise against him.
“ AUF. ....... At his nurse's tears
Hear’st thou, Mars?
Cor. Measureless liar, thou hast made my heart
Act V. S. 5.