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This study attmepts to present a thorough comparative analysis and evaluation of Brecht’s Coriolan adaptation and his. Shakespearean model. Brecht’s actual. Get this from a library! El Preceptor ; Antígona ; Coriolano. [Bertolt Brecht; Herbert Wolfgang Jung]. Like Brecht, Autran dramatized Coriolano’s fall from grace by adding a scene in which his family requests funerary rites for his corpse but is bluntly denied.

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And spurn me back: This boy, that cannot tell what he would have But kneels and holds up hands for fellowship, Does reason our petition with more strength Than thou hast to deny’t. To his surname Coriolanus ‘longs more pride Than pity to our prayers.


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Act V Scene 3 of Shakespeare’s Coriolanus: Say my request’s unjust,: