HomeFactopediaBrainoffsRankingsCommunityLog In
You know 0 facts

Titus Andronicus


Play a Quick Quiz on Titus Andronicus  (it's free)    



Titus Andronicus
      
"These Words Are Razors to My Wounded Heart."
William Shakespeare
   wrote   
Titus Andronicus
Titus Andronicus
   is a   
Tragic Play
Marcus Andronicus
   is a character in   
Titus Andronicus
Tribune of the People, and Brother to Titus
Aaron
   is a character in   
Titus Andronicus
A Moor, Beloved by Tamora
Lucius
   is a character in   
Titus Andronicus
Son to Titus Andronicus
Saturninus
   is a character in   
Titus Andronicus
Son to the Late Emperor of Rome, and Afterwards declared Emperor
Tamora
   is a character in   
Titus Andronicus
Demetrius
   is a character in   
Titus Andronicus
Son to Tamora
Chiron
   is a character in   
Titus Andronicus
Son to Tamora
Lavinia
   is a character in   
Titus Andronicus
Bassianus
   is a character in   
Titus Andronicus
Brother to Saturninus; in Love With Lavinia
Young Lucius
   is a character in   
Titus Andronicus
Son to Lucius
Quintus
   is a character in   
Titus Andronicus
Son to Titus Andronicus
Martius
   is a character in   
Titus Andronicus
Son to Titus Andronicus
Aemilius
   is a character in   
Titus Andronicus
A Noble Roman
Publius
   is a character in   
Titus Andronicus
Son to Marcus the Tribune
Mutius
   is a character in   
Titus Andronicus
Son to Titus Andronicus
Titus Andronicus
   begins   
"Noble Patricians, Patrons of My Right, Defend the Justice of My Cause With Arms"
Noble patricians, patrons of my right, Defend the justice of my cause with arms, And, countrymen, my loving followers, Plead my successive title with your swords: I am his first-born son, that was the last That wore the imperial diadem of Rome; Then let my father's honours live in me, Nor wrong mine age with this indignity.
Titus Andronicus
   ends   
"Then, Afterwards, to Order Well the State, That Like Events May Ne'er It Ruinate."
Some loving friends convey the emperor hence, And give him burial in his father's grave: My father and Lavinia shall forthwith Be closed in our household's monument. As for that heinous tiger, Tamora, No funeral rite, nor man m mourning weeds, No mournful bell shall ring her burial; But throw her forth to beasts and birds of prey: Her life was beast-like, and devoid of pity; And, being so, shall have like want of pity. See justice done on Aaron, that damn'd Moor, By whom our heavy haps had their beginning: Then, afterwards, to order well the state, That like events may ne'er it ruinate.
Titus Andronicus, Coriolanus, Antony & Cleopatra, King Lear
   are all   
Tragedies by Shakespeare
Troilus and Cressida, Titus Andronicus, Timon of Athens
   are all   
Rarely Performed Plays by Shakespeare






   About - Terms - Privacy Log In