Coriolanus (Dover Thrift Editions)

Coriolanus (Dover Thrift Editions)

William Shakespeare


A hugely political play, Coriolanus matters an army hero of old Rome who makes an attempt to shift from his profession as a common to turn into a candidate for public place of work — a disastrous flow that results in his participating with the enemy and heading an assault on Rome. regardless of his battlefield self belief and accomplishments, Coriolanus proves psychologically ill-suited as a candidate for the workplace of consul and makes a simple scapegoat for the stressed citizenry and his political opponents.
The final of Shakespeare's tragedies, Coriolanus was once written in nearly 1608 and derived from Plutarch's Lives of the Noble Grecians and Romans. A undying story of delight, revenge, and political chicanery, it continues to be ever-relevant for contemporary readers and audiences.

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