Titus Andronicus (1926) Yale/Text

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Notes originally placed at the bottom of each page appear below, following the Dramatis Personæ.

Where these notes refer to an end note (cf. n. = confer notam; "consult note"), a link to the accompanying end note is provided from the Footnotes section. The end notes begin on page 95 of the original volume.

The Lamentable Tragedy of Titus Andronicus

ACTS: (not listed in original)


Saturninus, Son to the late Emperor of Rome, and afterwards declared Emperor

Bassianus, Brother to Saturninus, in love with Lavinia

Titus Andronicus, a Roman, General against the Goths

Marcus Andronicus, Tribune of the People, and Brother to Titus

Lucius, Sons to Titus Andronicus

Young Lucius, a Boy, Son to Lucius

Publius, Son to Marcus Andronicus

Sempronius, Kinsmen to Titus

Æmilius, a noble Roman

Alarbus, Sons to Tamora

Aaron, a Moor, beloved by Tamora

A Clown

Tamora, Queen of the Goths

Lavinia, Daughter to Titus Andronicus

A Nurse, and a black Child

Senators, Tribunes, Officers, Soldiers, and Attendants

Scene: Rome, and the Country near it.]


Dramatis Personæ; cf. n.