Coriolanus by William Shakespeare

The play is a tragic drama set in ancient Rome that follows the life of the titular military leader, known for his valor and exceptional combat skills. However, his inability to navigate the complex web of Roman politics and his contempt for the common people lead to his downfall. After being banished from Rome due to his arrogance and the machinations of political adversaries, he seeks revenge by allying himself with a former enemy. His tragic flaw, excessive pride, and the manipulation by those around him ultimately result in a climactic and fatal confrontation that seals his fate.

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Published
1608
Nationality
British
Type
Fiction
Pages
Unknown
Words
27,406
Original Language
English

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