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by William Shakespeare

Shakespeare’s tragedy, about the career and death of a brilliant and arrogant Roman general who is driven from his own city by a mob. To seek revenge, he forms an alliance with Rome’s enemies; and only through the intervention of his own mother does he agree to spare Rome – a compromise which leads to his death.

Characters: Coriolanus, Brutus, Sicinious, Aufidius, Volumnia

Critical sites about Coriolanus

“The price of one fair word”: Negotiating Names in Coriolanus
This paper discusses the importance of names, naming, and identity in Coriolanus.
Contains: Character Analysis, Content Analysis
Author: Davide Lucking
From: Early Modern Literary Studies 2.1 (1996): 4.1-22

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