Coriolanus

by: William Shakespeare

  Act 1 Scene 10

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FIRST SOLDIER

Will not you go?

FIRST SOLDIER

You’re not going?

AUFIDIUS

I am attended at the cypress grove: I pray you—
’Tis south the city mills—bring me word thither
How the world goes, that to the pace of it
35I may spur on my journey.

AUFIDIUS

They’re waiting for me at the cypress grove, south of the city mills. Please bring word to me there about how things are going so I can plan my journey accordingly.

FIRST SOLDIER

I shall, sir.

FIRST SOLDIER

I will, sir.
Exeunt
All exit.