Coriolanus, [3.2.74-82]. Volumnia. “I prithee now, my son,/ Go to them, with this bonnet in thy hand,/ And thus far having stretch’d it –here by with them–/ Thy knee bussing the stones; for in such business/ Action is eloquence, and the eyes of th’ ignorant/ More learned than the ears; waving thy head,/ Which often thus correcting thy stout heart,/ Now humble as the ripest mulberry/ That will not holdl the handling.”


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  1. Shakespeare’s Plants (alphabetical) « PLANTS Says:

    […] Mulberry: Midsummer Nights Dream, [3.1.162-165]; Midsummer Night’s Dream, [5.1.143-148]; Coriolanus, [3.2.74-82]. […]

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