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A C T II.
S C E N E, Rome.
Enter Menenius, with Sicinius and Brutus.

M E N E N i u s.
HE augur tells me, we shall have news to-night.
Bru. Good or bad -
Men. Not according to the prayer of the people, for
they love not Marcius.
Sic. Nature teaches beasts to know their friends.
Men. Pray you, whom does the wolf love *
Sic. The lamb.
Men. Ay, to devour him, as the hungry Plebeians
would the noble Marcius.
Bru. He's a lamb, indeed, that baes like a bear.
Men. He’s a bear, indeed, that lives like a lamb.

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Both. Well, Sir ;

Men. In what enormity is Marcius poor, that you two have not in abundance

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