Master of Arts
Frank S. Hook
Because Shakespeare supposedly relied on his source, Parallel lives of the Greeks and Romans, in the translation by Sir Thomas North, more heavily than in any other of his plays, a study of the changes that Shakespear saw fit to make can provide insights into the play.
Hogan, John A., "Coriolanus-- a comparison of the play with the source" (1968). Theses and Dissertations. 3658.