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MonkeyNotes-Timon of Athens by William Shakespeare
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Poet

The poet presents his poems to Timon, as he wants Timon to be his patron. He envies the Senators, for they are Timonís friends, and are equal to him in status. Like Timonís other flatterers, the poet deserts Timon when he is bankrupt and returns when Timon finds gold.

Caphis

Caphis is a servant to the Senator. The Senator sends him to Timon to demand repayment of the debt.

Philotus

Servant of the creditor. He is collecting the amount from Timon as per his masterís command.

Titus

He enters in Act III, Scene IV. He condemns Hortensiusí master for the fact that he is wearing Timonís gift but is asking Timon for the money.

Hortensius

Like other servant, he too has been sent by his master to collect the money from Timon.


Strangers

Their names havenít been revealed. The first stranger informs Lucius of the rumors he has heard concerning Timonís unhappy hours. They feel pity for Timon.

Flaminius

Timonís servant. Flaminius is sent to Lucullus to get help for Timon. Lucullus tries to bribes Flaminius to say that he has not found him. Flaminius however throws the bribe and curses Flaminius.

Hostilius

He informs Lucius how Timonís servants were denied by Lord Lucullus.

Servilius

Servilius is Timonís servant. He approaches Lucius for help.

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