The Tragedy of Coriolanus, by William Shakespeare

Table of Contents

Introduction

Characters of the Play

Act I

  1. Scene I. Rome. A street.
  2. Scene II. Corioli. The Senate-house.
  3. Scene III. Rome. A room in Marcius’ house.
  4. Scene IV. Before Corioli.
  5. Scene V. Corioli. A street.
  6. Scene VI. Near the camp of Cominius.
  7. Scene VII. The gates of Corioli.
  8. Scene VIII. A field of battle.
  9. Scene IX. The Roman camp.
  10. Scene X. The camp of the Volsces.

Act II

  1. Scene I. Rome. A public place.
  2. Scene II. The same. The Capitol.
  3. Scene III. The same. The Forum.

Act III

  1. Scene I. Rome. A street.
  2. Scene II. A room in Coriolanus’s house.
  3. Scene III. The same. The Forum.

Act IV

  1. Scene I. Rome. Before a gate of the city.
  2. Scene II. The same. A street near the gate.
  3. Scene III. A highway between Rome and Antium.
  4. Scene IV. Antium. Before Aufidius’s house.
  5. Scene V. The same. A hall in Aufidius’s house.
  6. Scene VI. Rome. A public place.
  7. Scene VII. A camp, at a small distance from Rome.

Act V

  1. Scene I. Rome. A public place.
  2. Scene II. Entrance of the Volscian camp before Rome.
  3. Scene III. The tent of Coriolanus.
  4. Scene IV. Rome. A public place.
  5. Scene V. The same. A street near the gate.
  6. Scene VI. Antium. A public place.

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