Coriolanus | Critical Essay by Vivian Thomas

This literature criticism consists of approximately 2 pages of analysis & critique of Coriolanus.
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Critical Essay by Vivian Thomas

SOURCE: Thomas, Vivian. “Sounds, Words, Gestures and Deeds in Coriolanus.” In Shakespeare's Roman Worlds, pp. 154-219. London: Routledge, 1989.

In the following excerpt, Thomas contrasts Shakespeare's dramatic presentation of Coriolanus with Plutarch's historical assessment of the figure, comparing the two authors' divergent handling of character, story, and theme.

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This section contains 10,364 words
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