Abstract

abstract:

Coriolanus, the last of Shakespeare's Roman tragedies (1608), continues to draw on the poet's fascination with Rome and the Mediterranean as places. In this article, I explore the impact of Rome on the characters of Coriolanus from three perspectives: place as an incarnation of values, as an internal cognitive and emotional map, and as a nest of belonging.

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Additional Information

ISSN
2161-4741
Print ISSN
1074-164X
Pages
pp. 213-228
Launched on MUSE
2018-12-06
Open Access
No
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