Series' editors' preface Preface Introduction: Coriolanus from the Seventeenth to the twentieth century 1. Olivier's Coriolanus 2. Coriolanus and Brecht, 1951-71 3. Brechtian vestiges and Shakespeare-plus-relevance - the RSC's Coriolanus 1972-73 4. Alan Howard on stage & screen 5. Shakespeare and Thatcher's England - the 1984-85 NT Coriolanus 6. Shakespeare and Goulash Communism - Coriolanus in Budapest in 1985 7. Shakespeare meets the American public - The 1988-89 NYSF Coriolanus 8. Quebecois Shakespeare goes global - Robert Lepage's Coriolan 9. Bringing Shakespeare home or settling in comfortably? The New Globe's 2006 Coriolanus 10. Coriolanus as failed action hero Performance Appendix Index -- .
Robert Ormsby is Assistant Professor of English at Memorial University of Newfoundland -- .