Pride, justice and vengeance. Aristocracy and
democracy vie for ultimate power over Rome, and each faction
violently erupts when Coriolanus takes the political stage. After
receiving glorious accolades for taking an enemy city when the
plebian soldiers cowered without the gates, the common people find
his arrogance and pride offensive. Now, banished from the very city
for which he was prepared to lay down his life, he strikes up an
unholy alliance with his country's enemies. His intent is clear -
to wreak upon Rome the full magnitude of his unparalleled
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Go on and scour the internet for productions and versions of Coriolanus but you'll find none as entertaining as this. The whole play is contained within this version and the narration is quite simply outstanding. Each act contains a general analysis of the oncoming scenes. An absolute pleasure.
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