Coriolanus, [3.1.321-327]. Meneniuis. “Consider this: he has been bred i’ th’ wars/ Since ‘a could draw a sword, and is ill school’d/ In bolted language; meal and bran together/ He throws without distinction. Give me leave,/ I’ll got to him, and undertake to bring him/ Where he shall answer, by a lawflul form,/ In peace, to his utmost peril.”


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