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

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Part 2, Act 1, Scenes 5 and 6 Summary

Scene 5 - In continuous action, trumpets sound and Theridimas comes in. He is greeted by Tamburlaine as a king, formally proclaims his loyalty, and announces that he and thousands of soldiers are there to support Tamburlaine in his battle against Orcanes.

Scene 6 - Again in continuous action, Techelles and another regent, Usumcasane, come in, greet Tamburlaine, proclaim their loyalty, and describe in detail the armies they have brought to support Tamburlaine's. Tamburlaine thanks them both, and says that being seated in the throne of the gods could not delight him more. He details his battle plans and vows in extravagant language to completely overcome Orcanes and his army to the point that the sun will be embarrassed for him. He then asks each regent in turn what conquests they have recently undertaken in his name, and each regent describes those conquests...

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