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Three, they say: but 'tis thought ofThree, they say; but 'tis thought ofCor II.ii.3
euery one, Coriolanus will carry it.everyone Coriolanus will carry it.Cor II.ii.4
'Faith, there hath beene many great menFaith, there hath been many great menCor II.ii.7
that haue flatter'd the people, who ne're loued them; andthat have flattered the people, who ne'er loved them; andCor II.ii.8
there be many that they haue loued, they know notthere be many that they have loved, they know notCor II.ii.9
wherefore: so that if they loue they know not why, theywherefore. So that, if they love they know not why, theyCor II.ii.10
hate vpon no better a ground. Therefore, for Coriolanus hate upon no better a ground. Therefore, for CoriolanusCor II.ii.11
neyther to care whether they loue, or hate him, manifestsneither to care whether they love or hate him manifestsCor II.ii.12
the true knowledge he ha's in their disposition, and out ofthe true knowledge he has in their disposition, and out ofCor II.ii.13
his Noble carelesnesse lets them plainely see't.his noble carelessness lets them plainly see't.Cor II.ii.14
Hee hath deserued worthily of his Countrey,He hath deserved worthily of his country;Cor II.ii.23
and his assent is not by such easie degrees as those,and his ascent is not by such easy degrees as thoseCor II.ii.24
who hauing beene supple and courteous to the People,who, having been supple and courteous to the people,Cor II.ii.25
Bonnetted, without any further deed, to haue them at allbonneted, without any further deed to have them at all,Cor II.ii.26
into their estimation, and report: but hee hath so plantedinto their estimation and report. But he hath so plantedCor II.ii.27
his Honors in their Eyes, and his actions in their Hearts,his honours in their eyes and his actions in their heartsCor II.ii.28
that for their Tongues to be silent, and not confesse so much,that for their tongues to be silent and not confess so muchCor II.ii.29
were a kinde of ingratefull Iniurie: to report otherwise,were a kind of ingrateful injury. To report otherwiseCor II.ii.30
were a Mallice, that giuing it selfe the Lye, would pluckewere a malice that, giving itself the lie, would pluckCor II.ii.31
reproofe and rebuke from euery Eare that heard it.reproof and rebuke from every ear that heard it.Cor II.ii.32
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