"Coriolanus" is a tragedy by William Shakespeare narrates the life of Roman leader Caius Marcius who was named as Coriolanus for his unchallenged military victories. Under the leadership of Roman commander Cominius, his deputy Caius Marcius lead the Roman forces to siege Volscian city of Corioli, which was defended by Tullus Aufidius, the commander of Volscian Army. Returning from the Battle field his mother Volumnia persuades him to become consul. His early victories of gaining political power is opposed by Tribunes and eventually being banished in Rome. The Exiled Coriolanus join hands with his blood enemy Aufidius to assault Rome. What happened when he was dissuaded by his own family to save Rome?.