Titus Andronicus

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  • Romeo and Juliet is Shakespeare's worst play

    I simply need prove the resolution true by virtue of pointing out what an utter pile of dog feces that Titus Andronicus exudes by it's very aura. First of all, I thank you for your attempt to show me that there is a worse play than Romeo and Juliet by posting videos of Titus Andronicus(which I am already familiar with) but the fact that, yes, the cooking show setting is horrific, yet entertaining, does not mean that the original play by Shakespeare is as difficult to watch. I don't feel I have to defend Titus Andronicus because the fact is, it does not touch on any themes that I feel are bad or offensive.

  • Resolved: Fictional Literature Serves No Purpose

     When a student reads a play like Hamlet or Titus Andronicus, the student must use and improve his or her critical thinking skills to interpret the play, and understand its significance.


  • Is this a more frightening work than Oscar Wilde's "The Picture of Dorian Gray"?

    This is not to speak of other frightening works, such as Melville's Moby Dick, Christie's And Then There Were None, and Shakespeare's Titus Andronicus.

  • Did Shakespeare write the Elizabethan plays?

    In the preface to his 1687 adaptation of Shakespeare’s "Titus Andronicus," Edward Ravenscroft wrote: "I have been told by some anciently conversant with the stage, that it [Titus Andronicus] was not originally [Shakespeare's]…and he only gave some master-touches to one or two of the principal characters." Of course, we have no testimony like this involving any other author.


  • Best Poems.

    <strong> -All of <ins>Macbeth</ins>, <ins>Hamlet</ins>, and <ins>Titus Andronicus</ins>, by William Shakespeare.</strong> <strong>-"If we shadows have offended" monologue from <ins>A Midsummer Night's Dream</ins>, by William Shakespeare: </strong> If we shadows have offended, Think but this, and all is mended, That you have but slumber'd here While these visions did appear. <strong>-"This is Just to Say," by William Carlos Williams: </strong> I have eaten the plums that were in the icebox and which you were probably saving for breakfast Forgive me they were delicious so sweet and so cold <strong>-"You Fit Into Me," by Margaret Atwood:</strong> You fit into me like a hook into an eye a fish hook an open eye <strong>-"Sonnet 73," by William Shakespeare</strong> That time of year thou mayst in me...

  • murder wrong in the christian worldview?

    I want to say Titus Andronicus, but that was based on the bloody and violent plays of the time so...: At 9/3/2011 7:57:50 AM, izbo10 wrote: : I am really curious what a murderer has done wrong according to christians. <strong>Fellow member</strong>: If you did have 'logic skillz', you'd know that questioning your intelligence is pertinent to the topic <strong>Izbo10</strong>: (desperately) Look at my logic skillz... : <strong>Fellow member</strong>: If you did have 'logic skillz', you'd know that questioning your intelligence is pertinent to the topic : <strong>Izbo10</strong>: (desperately) Look at my logic skillz...

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