Sorry, no definitions found.
“It is not Coriolanus; the author has no spite at all against him -- he is partial to him, rather; it is not _Coriolanus_ but the instincts that are on trial here, and the man -- the so-called”
“Tragedy of Coriolanus is about the Roman general Caius Martius who despite being arrogant and relatively unpopular in Rome wins a series of military victories against the Volscians which leads to him being given the title Coriolanus and proposed as consul.”
“Coriolanus is not a very likeable hero, and unlike some of Shakespeare's other problematic heroes, there's not a lot of mystery or suspense about his actions.”
“Coriolanus is a tragedy about the Roman leader Gaius Martius Coriolanus (Fiennes), a brilliant general who faced a schism between the support of the Senate and the will of the plebians.”
“But as a character in Coriolanus suggests, there may be another unpleasant fate in store:”
“The warrior Coriolanus is perhaps the most opaque of Shakespeare's tragic heroes, rarely pausing to soliloquize or reveal the motives behind his prideful isolation from Roman society.”
“That line from Coriolanus is just brilliant – exactly what I was trying to say!”
“Lets face it, Coriolanus is a general, a warrior who led troops into battle and when his troops ran away he stayed and fought and won.”
“Not as much as in Coriolanus, but given the drama of the piece, a red splotch on a white stage stands out.”
“The book opens with a line from Shakespeare's "Coriolanus" - "He was a kind of nothing, titleless" - and goes on to describe a disappointing child who grew into a young writer of indifferent talent.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘Coriolanus’.
Words found in Eliot's 'The Wasteland.'
Looking for tweets for Coriolanus.