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Plan of the play I ROME caius marcius is prepared to quell a revolt of the starving
plebs , but the threat of war with the volsces leads the senate to make the plebs
concessions : they are given tribunes . 2 ANTIUM aufidius is advancing on rome
The citizens ' applause for their tribunes is new , as is Marcius ' expression of
contempt for them ( “ And the newly baked / Tribunes ' ) . The last twelve lines of
the scene are new , and replace all Shakespeare ' s ending after Marcius ' exit ...
Then once Coriolanus has asked if he can change his clothes the rest of II , 3 is
cut , so that the plebeians are no longer induced by the tribunes to revoke their
votes ( “ almost all / Repent in their election ” ) , and a new bridge passage
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A collection of familiar and less familiar plays by Brecht. The short plays are quite amazing, as he manages to pack quite a story in a one-act structure. His use of symbolism and language is ... Vollständige Rezension lesen
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