Speeches (Lines) for Fourth Citizen in "The Tragedy of Coriolanus"

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# Act / Scene Speech text
1 II / 3
  • You have deserved nobly of your country, and you
    have not deserved nobly.
  • You have deserved nobly of your country, and you
    have not deserved nobly.
  • Coriolanus. Pray you now, if it may stand with the tune of your
    voices that I may be consul, I have here the
    customary gown.

    Fourth Citizen. You have deserved nobly of your country, and you
    have not deserved nobly.

2 II / 3
  • You have been a scourge to her enemies, you have
    been a rod to her friends;...
  • You have been a scourge to her enemies, you have
    been a rod to her friends; you have not indeed loved
    the common people.
  • Coriolanus. Your enigma?

    Fourth Citizen. You have been a scourge to her enemies, you have
    been a rod to her friends; you have not indeed loved
    the common people.

3 II / 3
  • You have received many wounds for your country.
  • You have received many wounds for your country.
  • Fifth Citizen. We hope to find you our friend; and therefore give
    you our voices heartily.

    Fourth Citizen. You have received many wounds for your country.

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