Tamburlaine the Great - Study Guide Part 1, Act 2, Scenes 5, 6, and 7 Summary & Analysis

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Scene 5 - Conversation between Tamburlaine and Cosroe, in the presence of Theridimas, Meander, Techelles and other generals, reveals that Mycetes has been defeated, that Cosroe is now emperor, and that Tamburlaine is now regent (deputy king) of Persia. Cosroe makes Meander his chief advisor, proclaims that messengers are to be sent to all the other regents in the empire that their over-lord has changed, and announces his intention to subdue the remains of Mycetes' army. After he leaves, Tamburlaine tells Theridimas and his generals that he intends to get control of Persia for himself, along with control of Cosroe's other lands for his generals. He sends Techelles after Cosroe to give him fair warning that he (Tamburlaine) is taking control.

Scene 6 - Cosroe angrily vows to destroy Tamburlaine. Meander and his other generals speak of what an ambitious monster Tamburlaine is...

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