Comparison of William Shakespeare Coriolanus 1.2 to William Shakespeare
William Shakespeare Coriolanus 1.2 has 38 lines, and 42% of them have weak matches at magnitude 10 to 14 in William Shakespeare. 58% of the lines have no match. On average, each line has 0.89 weak matches.
Coriolanus 1.2: 6
Had circumvention? ’Tis not four days gone
Coriolanus 1.2: 7
Since I heard thence; these are the words — I think
All's Well That Ends Well 4.3: 76
The Duke knows him for no other but a poor officer of mine, and writ to me this other day to turn him out a’ th’ band. I think I have his letter in my pocket. [continues next]
Coriolanus 1.2: 8
I have the letter here; yes, here it is:
Coriolanus 1.2: 11
The people mutinous; and it is rumor’d,
Coriolanus 1.2: 12
Cominius, Martius your old enemy
Coriolanus 1.2: 13
(Who is of Rome worse hated than of you),
Winter's Tale 1.2: 423
Nay, hated too, worse than the great’st infection
Coriolanus 1.2: 14
And Titus Lartius, a most valiant Roman,
Coriolanus 1.1: 196
And I am constant. Titus Lartius, thou
Coriolanus 1.3: 51
In earnest, it’s true; I heard a senator speak it. Thus it is: the Volsces have an army forth; against whom Cominius the general is gone, with one part of our Roman power. Your lord and Titus Lartius are set down before their city Corioles; they nothing doubt prevailing, and to make it brief wars. This is true, on mine honor, and so I pray go with us.
Coriolanus 1.6: 33
How is’t with Titus Lartius?
Coriolanus 1.6: 34
As with a man busied about decrees:
Coriolanus 1.9: 75
To Rome of our success. You, Titus Lartius,
Coriolanus 2.1: 46
Titus Lartius writes they fought together, but Aufidius got off.
Coriolanus 2.2: 9
To send for Titus Lartius, it remains,
Coriolanus 1.2: 17
Consider of it.” Our army’s in the field.
Coriolanus 1.2: 18
We never yet made doubt but Rome was ready
Coriolanus 1.2: 19
To answer us. Nor did you think it folly
Coriolanus 1.2: 20
To keep your great pretences veil’d till when
Coriolanus 1.2: 33
And only hitherward. I leave your honors.
Coriolanus 1.2: 35
’Tis sworn between us we shall ever strike
Coriolanus 1.2: 36
Till one can do no more. The gods assist you!
Sir Thomas More 3.3: 213
[continues previous] Forsooth, we can go no further till our fellow Luggins come; for he plays Good Council, and now he should enter, to admonish Wit that this is Lady Vanity, and not Lady Wisdom.
Coriolanus 1.2: 37
And keep your honors safe! Farewell. Farewell.