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Coriolanus Act 1, Scene 7 Summary

  • Outside the gates of Corioles, Titus Lartius and a bunch of Roman soldiers have stayed behind to guard the city they've just sacked.
  • Shakespeare ups the dramatic tension by letting us know that if Caius Martius and his troops lose the battle in the field, there's no way Rome can keep the city....

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