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 paper, I will 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.
Literature in English, British Isles
Raspa, Richard. "Place in Shakespeare's Coriolanus: The Intersection of Geography, Culture, and Identity" (Author's Accepted Manuscript). Mediterranean Studies, vol. 26 no. 2, 2018, p. 213-228. Project MUSE https://muse.jhu.edu/article/710863.