Coriolanus: A Guide to the Play

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Product Details
Price
$120.00
Publisher
Greenwood
Publish Date
Pages
176
Dimensions
6.44 X 9.56 X 0.73 inches | 0.89 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9780313329623
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About the Author
MARY STEIBLE is assistant professor at Purdue University North Central. Her current projects include a paper on Shakespeare's concept of civil liberties as presented in Coriolanus and a longer effort on Shakespeare's Roman matrons as authoritative community voices in their respective texts.
Reviews
"Mary Steible's Coriolanus: A Guide to the Play joins others in Greenwood's 'Guides to Shakespeare' series, analyzing a play which holds thematic consistency in presenting a class conflict between Roman patricians and plebians. Use this as a reader's guide to the play: it discusses the history of Coriolanus, its metaphors, provides a plot summary, and discusses its historical, cultural and literary significance."-Internet Bookwatch
?Mary Steible's Coriolanus: A Guide to the Play joins others in Greenwood's 'Guides to Shakespeare' series, analyzing a play which holds thematic consistency in presenting a class conflict between Roman patricians and plebians. Use this as a reader's guide to the play: it discusses the history of Coriolanus, its metaphors, provides a plot summary, and discusses its historical, cultural and literary significance.?-Internet Bookwatch