Titus Andronicus Essay | Titus Andronicus

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Titus Andronicus

Summary: Reviews the William Shakespeare play, Titus Andronicus . Summarizes the story plot. Analyzes the flaws of title character Titus.
Titus Andronicus is a boldly and brutal portrayal of the fragility of social and political order. It explores the consequences of vengeance, and through horrific and at times amusing drama reveals vengeances' ineffectiveness. (http://www.online-literature.com/shakespeare/titusandronicus/). The essential plot that leads Titus to his final realizations are the fact that he feels as if he has lost everything. He has done everything by the book, he has always been straightforward, he has fought Rome's wars and has gained honor. He was even asked to be emperor but his actions have taken so much away from him that he decides that he would be incapable of ruling the country. During the course of the text he feels as if all the hard work that he has done has been fruitless. It is this strict adherence to tradition that causes his enemies to take revenge against him...

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