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Coriolanus
      
"Nature Teaches Beasts to Know Their Friends."
William Shakespeare
   wrote   
Coriolanus
Coriolanus
   is a   
Tragic Play
Menenius Agrippa
   is a character in   
Coriolanus
Friend to Coriolanus
Sicinius Velutus
   is a character in   
Coriolanus
Tribune of the People
Junius Brutus
   is a character in   
Coriolanus
Tribune of the People
Cominius
   is a character in   
Coriolanus
General Against the Volscians
Volumnia
   is a character in   
Coriolanus
Mother to Coriolanus
Tullus Aufidius
   is a character in   
Coriolanus
General of the Vulscians
Virgilia
   is a character in   
Coriolanus
Wife to Coriolanus
Titus Lartius
   is a character in   
Coriolanus
General Against the Volscians
Valeria
   is a character in   
Coriolanus
Friend to Virgilia
Aedile
   is a character in   
Coriolanus
Volsce
   is a character in   
Coriolanus
Patrician
   is a character in   
Coriolanus
Young Coriolanus
   is a character in   
Coriolanus
Son to Coriolanus
Coriolanus
   begins   
"Before We Proceed Any Further, Hear Me Speak."
Coriolanus
   ends   
"Yet He Shall Have a Noble Memory. Assist."
My rage is gone; And I am struck with sorrow. Take him up. Help, three o' the chiefest soldiers; I'll be one. Beat thou the drum, that it speak mournfully: Trail your steel pikes. Though in this city he Hath widow'd and unchilded many a one, Which to this hour bewail the injury, Yet he shall have a noble memory. Assist.
Titus Andronicus, Coriolanus, Antony & Cleopatra, King Lear
   are all   
Tragedies by Shakespeare






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