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Coriolanus: Themes (For the Most Part) True or False
Coriolanus is subservient to which member of his family? -> His mom
Aside from the fact that they are starving, why are the plebeians rioting at the beginning of the play? -> They are struggling with the patricians for power.
Who is allowed to run for political office? -> Patricians
Coriolanus is always being accused of what? -> Being way too nice to the plebeians.
What are the two main social classes in the play? -> Patricians and plebeians
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