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Titus Andronicus

William Shakespeare

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Asp, Carolyn. "'Upon her wit doth earthly honor wait': Female Agency in Titus Andronicus." Titus Andronicus: Critical Essays. Ed. Philip C. Kolin. Garland, New York, 1995. 333-46.

Bevington, David. Action Is Eloquence: Shakespeare's Language of Gestures. Harvard University Press, Cambridge, 1984.

Bryant, J.A., Jr. "Aaron and the Pattern of Shakespeare's Villains." Renaissance Papers 1984 (1984): 29-36.

Cohen, Derek. Shakespeare's Culture of Violence. St. Martin's, London, 1993.

Hiles, Jane. "A Margin for Error: Rhetorical Context in Titus Andronicus." Style 21.2 (1987): 62-75.

James, Heather. "Cultural Disintegration in Titus Andronicus: Mutilating Titus, Virgil, and Rome." Themes in Drama. Ed. James Redmond. Cambridge University Press, New York, 1991. 123-40.

Olivier, Laurence. Confessions of an Actor: An Autobiography. Penguin, New York, 1982.

Ravenscroft, Edward. Titus Andronicus, or The Rape of Lavinia. London, 1687.

Tricomi, Albert H. "The Aesthetics of Mutilation in Titus Andronicus." Shakespeare Survey 27 (1974): 11-19.

Waith, Eugene M. "The Metamorphosis of Violence in Titus Andronicus." Shakespeare Survey 10 (1957): 26-35.

Wynne-Davies, Marion. "'The swallowing womb': Consumed and Consuming Women in Titus Andronicus." The Matter of Difference: Materialist Feminist Criticism of Shakespeare. Ed. Valerie Wayne. Cornell Up, Ithaca, 1991. 129-51.

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Wish I'd Given it a Pass

by ReadingShakespeareby450th, November 06, 2013

In reading all the Bard, I just finished Titus Andronicus: I disliked the play so much I can't even recommend my blog about it:

http://ow.ly/qyHzY

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