SECOND WATCH
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Stand, and go backe.Stand, and go back.Cor V.ii.1.2
You'l see your Rome embrac'd with fire, beforeYou'll see your Rome embraced with fire beforeCor V.ii.7
You'l speake with Coriolanus.You'll speak with Coriolanus.Cor V.ii.8.1
Howsoeuer you haue bin his Lier, as Howsoever you have been his liar, asCor V.ii.30
you say you haue, I am one that telling true vnder him, you say you have, I am one that, telling true under him,Cor V.ii.31
must say you cannot passe. Therefore go backe.must say you cannot pass. Therefore, go back.Cor V.ii.32
'Tis a spell you see of much power:'Tis a spell, you see, of much power.Cor V.ii.92
You know the way home againe.You know the way home again.Cor V.ii.93
What cause do you thinke I haue to What cause do you think I have toCor V.ii.96
swoond?swoon?Cor V.ii.97
The worthy Fellow is our General. He's The worthy fellow is our general. He'sCor V.ii.105
the Rock, / The Oake not to be winde-shaken. the rock, the oak not to be wind-shaken.Cor V.ii.106
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