Coriolanus, [1.4.16-20]. First Senator. “Hark! Our drums/ Are bringing forth our youth. We’ll break our walls/ Rather than they shall pound us up. Our gates,/ Which yet seem shut, we have but pinn’d with rushes;/ They’ll open of themselves.”

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