Tamburlaine the Great - Study Guide Part 2, Act 4, Scene 3 Summary & Analysis

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In a comparable image to that of Bajazeth being pulled about in a cage, Tamburlaine rides a chariot pulled by two of the three kings. Amyras, Celebinus, Techelles, Theridimas and several soldiers, all of whom guard Orcanes and the other king, follow him. Tamburlaine taunts the two kings; Amyras pleads to have a turn being pulled, and Tamburlaine tells him he can have a turn tomorrow. One of the kings calls Amyras cruel, but Tamburlaine tells him to be respectful, saying Amyras will one day conquer the lands he (Tamburlaine) has not yet won.

The concubines who buried Calyphas are brought in, and are revealed as the queens of the three kings. Tamburlaine turns them and their jewels over to the soldiers to do whatever they want with, and the soldiers run out happily with the pleading concubines. When the kings plead for...

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