[Epub] ❧ Coriolanus By William Shakespeare – Anguillais.us

Coriolanus Shakespeare S Last Tragedy Explores The Career And Death Of A Brilliant And Arrogant Roman General This Is An Ambitious And Intriguing Story Of Heroism

[Epub] ❧ Coriolanus  By William Shakespeare – Anguillais.us
  • Paperback
  • 208 pages
  • Coriolanus
  • William Shakespeare
  • English
  • 13 January 2018
  • 019832006X

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  1. says:

    I not only really like Shakespeare s Coriolanus I also like the man Coriolanus as he is revealed in the play Sure, he may be a hothead, an arrogant bully, an immature mama s boy with a proto fascist personality, but he is also a man of extraordinary physical courage and sincere personal modesty who would like nothing better than to do his warrior s duty and be left alone Unfortunately, though, his mother whose values are also those of the Roman republic sees her...


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    Let it be virtuous to be obstinateWilliam Shakespeare, CoriolanusI m a sucker for a revenge play, so this one floats easily just on the heat generated by Coriolanus anger I remember being exposed to the Coriolanus story last year when I was reading Plutarch s Lives, Vol 1 and again earlier this year when I was reading Livy I History of Rome, Books 1 2 So, going into the play I was fairly comfortable with the basic story, but completely unprepared for Shakepeare s viscious tongue CoriLet it be virtuous to be obstinateWilliam Shakespeare, CoriolanusI m a sucker for a revenge play, so this one floats easily just on the heat generated by Coriolanus anger I remember being exposed to the Coriolanus story last year when I was reading Plutarch s Lives, Vol 1 and again earlier this year when I was reading Livy I History of Rome, Books 1 2 So, going into the play I was fairly comfortable with the basic story, but completely unprepared for Shakepeare s viscious tongue Coriolanus, his mother Volumnia, and his friend Menenius all come packed with amazing lines I don t think I d go as far as T.S Eliot and say it is superior to Ham...


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    There are many gods, and when we organize and rank them we go too far, we ask too much of themWomen and Men , Joseph McElroyI am certain that had this play been written by anyone other than Shakespeare it would be venerated as a major work performed and discussed perhaps in the way Hamlet, King Lear or Macbeth are Written late in The Bard s career it is the last of the Tragedies and the Histories , Coriolanus is his work that might be the most relevant and relatable to our modern world.Ca There are many gods, and when we organize and rank them we go too far, we ask too much of themWomen and Men , Joseph ...


  4. says:

    Let the first budger die the other s slave, And the gods doom him after. Caius Marcius CoriolanusShakespeare turns to 5th century BC Roman history for a deeply serious drama depicted in combat scenes between fierce enemies, conflicts between patricians and the plebeians, and contrasting perspectives within family His treatment of war, statesmen, citizens and family life is surprisingly unusual in that the common denominator in all, the hero, is motivated by a powerful mother son dynamic Ca Let the first budger die the other s slave, And the gods doom him after. Caius Marcius CoriolanusShakespeare turns to 5th century BC Roman history for a deeply serious drama depicted in combat scenes between fierce enemies, conflicts between patricians and the plebeians, and contrasting perspectives within family His treatment of war, statesmen, citizens and family life ...


  5. says:

    Shakespeare ya asa iddia ediyorum bug nden sonra Cemre nin Tragedyas diye bir oyun yazard ok k t bir g n ge irdim ve fazla ey yazmaya mecalim yok Bu sebeple oyunla ilgili k saca birka ey s ylemek istiyorum Pek ok sefer belirttim bunu, biliyorum ama yine s ylemek istiyorum ki ben Shakeapeare i izlemeyi de il okumay seviyorum Sahnede baz eyler olmuyor gibi hissediyorum ya da belki de ben ba ar l bir Shakespeare uyarlamas na hi denk gelmedim Buna kar n dedi im gibi Shakespeare i Shakespeare ya asa iddia ediyorum bug nden sonra Cemre nin Traged...


  6. says:

    Going into this drama, I did not think that I would like it, because I was never really that much into dramas I read The Tempest by Shakespeare last year, and I did not enjoy it Now, when I finished it, it surprises me to say that I actually loved reading it The story grabbed me at the beginning, and held me till the end I do think that the drama could have been a couple of dozen pages shorter that s why the 4 stars , but apart from that, I completely loved it Hopefully my next drama by S Going into this drama, I did not think that I would like it, because I was never really that much into dramas I read The Tempest by Shakespeare last year, and I did not enjoy it Now, when I finished it, it surprises me to say that I actually love...


  7. says:

    From face to foot, He was a thing of blood, whose every motionWas timed with dying cries I recently went to see the Donmar Warehouse production of this play, so of course I read it beforehand The production was excellent and only heightened my appreciation of it Reading this I started out a little weary It s one of the lesser known Shakespeare plays, and I d never heard of it until I found out about the Donmar Warehouse show, so I had no idea even what it was really about But as I read I k From face to foot, He was a thing of blood, whose every motionWas timed with dying cries I recently went to see the Donmar Warehouse production of this play, so of course I read it beforehand The production was excellent and only heightened my appreciation of it Reading this I started out a little weary It s one of the lesser known Shakespeare plays, and I d never heard of it until I found out about the Donmar Warehouse show, so I had no idea even what it was really about But as I read I kept gettingandintrigued The plot is somewhat straightforward Despite saving the city from an old enemy, Coriolanus manages to piss of Rome s political elite as well as the people and is exiled from the city In his exile he seeks out his former enemy and they plot to bring down the city that so disgraced him I ended up loving the play, actually, even before I saw it None of the characters are very likeable, most of them e...


  8. says:

    Gurur temas n odak noktas na ta yan Coriolanus un Tragedyas The Tragedy of Coriolanus , olduk a karma k ve antipatik ana karakteriyle di er tragedyalardan ayr l yor Di erlerine nazaran daha so uk bir tavr olan oyunda halktan nefret etmesine ra men vatan i in yan p tutu an Coriolanus un gururu sebebiyle k anlat l yor Coriolanus yle bir karakter ki sava taki ba ar lar ndan dolay v nmekten nefret ediyor ve v lmekten de tiksiniyor Bu yap s yla al akg n ll bir tav r sergilese de Gurur temas n odak noktas na ta yan Coriolanus un Tragedyas The Tragedy of Coriolanus , olduk a karma k ve antipatik ana karakteriyle di er tragedyalardan ayr l yor Di erlerine nazaran daha so uk bir tavr olan oyunda halktan nefret etmesine ra men vatan i in yan p tutu an Coriolanus un gururu sebebiyle k anlat l yor Coriolanus yle bir karakter ki sava taki ba ar lar ndan dolay v nmekten nefret ediyor ve v lmekten de tiksiniyor Bu yap s yla al akg n ll bir tav r sergilese de Coriolanus un as l olay annesi d ndaki t m insanlar kendinden k k g rd i in onlar n vg lerinden a a lanmas Zaman zaman yapt klar yla okuyucuya kendini affettirmeye yakla sa da ne yaz k ki ok da ba ar l olam yor te yandan, Coriolanus un en b y k d man Aufidius u pek fazla okuma ans bulam yor...


  9. says:

    I m told Coriolanus, the person, is unlikeable, but I happen to like him I don t even think he s a right wing bastard, just shy, awkward and misunderstood It s his severe self effacement that makes him hate publicity Who wants to stand in the market and exhibit your wounds in a stupid political stunt And his thickheadedness, the fact he has no idea when to use that soldierly bluntness and when to keep his trap shut, is a naivety I like against the politics of Rome He s a soldier, yes, but a I m told Coriolanus, the person, is unlikeable, but I happen to like him I don t even think he s a right wing bastard, just shy, awkward and misunderstood It s his severe self effacement that makes him hate publicity Who wants to stand in the market and exhibit your wounds in a stupid political stunt And his thickheadedness, the fact he has no idea when to use that soldierly bluntness and when to keep his trap shut, is a naivety I like against the politics of Rome He s a soldier, yes, but at least he isn t a politician He always wasat home with his enemy It s a scream how Coriolanus and Aufidius are so wrapped up in each other they pant for the next instalment of the insult flattery exchange, So what did Aufidius say about me And Coriolanus mentioned me They belong together If only he d stuck to his guns and not c...


  10. says:

    I don t have much to say about Shakespeare that hasn t already been said, and I don t feel worthy of even trying, but essentially, I think Coriolanus has a lot to offer in therms of psychology, especially psychology of the masses It is hard trying to analyze something that has already been written about in many textbooks, but for me, at least, Coriolanus s leitmotif is the herd behavior Of course, there are many other sub ideas, but the most interesting thing to read about was the way society I don t have much to say about Shakespeare that hasn t already been said, and I don t feel worthy of even trying, but essentially, I think Coriolanus has a lot to offer in therms of psychology, especially psychology of the masses It is hard trying to analyze something that has already been written about in many textbooks, but for me, at least, Coriolanus s leitmotif is the herd behavior Of course, there are many other sub ideas, but the most interesting thing to read about was the way society accepts and then shuns Coriolanus The other thing whi...

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