The Tragedy Of Coriolanus: The Yale Shakespeare Series

By: Shakespeare, William (Author) / Brooke, Tucker (Editor)

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009988: No Jacket as Issued. Scarce, Out Of Print, Book. Spine is lightly faded. Boards and pages are clean, unmarked, bright, tightly bound and sharp cornered. Boards are blue cloth with gilt lettering on front and spine. If interested, I have many additional volumes available in this Yale Shakespeare series. "The Roman military leader Caius Martius, after leading Rome to several victories against the Volscans, returns home as a war hero with a new last name, Coriolanus, given for the city of Corioles which he conquered. However, after an attempt at political office turns sour, he is banished from Rome as a traitor. Hungry for revenge, Coriolanus becomes leader of the Volscan army and marches to the gates of Rome. His mother, his wife, and his son, however, beg him to stop his attack. He agrees and makes peace between Romans and Volscans, but is assassinated by enemy Volscans.": 4.5 x 7 in.: 182 pages

Title: The Tragedy Of Coriolanus: The Yale Shakespeare Series

Author Name: Shakespeare, William (Author) / Brooke, Tucker (Editor)

Categories: General,

Edition: 1924 Edition: Sixth Printing

Publisher: Yale / Oxford University Press: 1957

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition: Very Good with No Dust Jacket as issued

Store ID: 009988

Keywords: Plays Shakespeare Novels Stage