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Tamburlaine the Great Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 1, Act 2, Scenes 1, 2, and 3 Summary

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Part 1, Act 2, Scenes 1, 2, and 3 Summary

Scene 1 - Conversation between Cosroe and his generals reveal that Cosroe knows Theridimas has allied himself with Tamburlaine, who is described in great and flattering detail by Menaphon. Cosroe says that Tamburlaine is a potentially powerful ally, and resolves to join with him to seize control of the Persian throne from Mycetes, adding that someone with Tamburlaine's ambition and drive will be a powerful servant.

Scene 2 - Mycetes has discovered that Cosroe, Tamburlaine, and Theridimas have joined forces. He vows to defeat them, and Meander urges him to promise great reward to those who kill them. A Spy comes with news that the army of the traitors is much larger than that of Mycetes. Meander suggests that the size of Tamburlaine's army will make him careless, and then addresses the soldiers, promising them gold and riches if they succeed.

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