An Interpretation of Titus Andronicus, Act III, Scene 1.
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A close reading of
Act 3 Scene1 Lines 1-22
How is this scene a pivotal moment in the play?
What persona does Titus shed?
What persona does Titus become?
Why does Titus cry for these two sons sentenced to death?
Why has Titus not cried for the other 22 sons killed on battle?
Titus Andronicus is a study of the conflict between personal desire and duty to the state. Shakespeare establishes the character of Titus early in the play. He is a loyal subject of Rome, a commander of Roman legions, a career soldier who devoted his life to defending and expanding t…
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