Coriolanus — An Oxfordian Perspective

This to be uploaded and edited — I tried blogging it twice last night and it got eaten, neither saved nor published. So I rewrote it and saved it in a word processor.

In short — Coriolanus is deVere’s self-portrait, especially detailing his relationship with Elizabeth especially the scenes where his Gnaeus Martius contrast his hauteur and disregard & abuse of the lower orders, with his mother’s more flexible attitudes.

Published in: on February 9, 2012 at 10:28 am  Leave a Comment  

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