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MonkeyNotes-Titus Andronicus by William Shakespeare
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Young Lucius

He is Lucius’ son and Titus’ grandson. He is the beloved of his aunt Lavinia and he is instrumental in her discovering the book 2that helps her to reveal what had occurred to her in the forest.

Publius

He is Marcus’ son and Titus’ nephew and helps the latter to shoot arrows with missives addressed to Gods. Later he assists Titus in binding and gagging Demetrius and Chiron.

Sempronius

He is another kinsmen of Titus. He lends a hand in shooting arrows with missives addressed to various Roman Gods.

Caius

Titus’ kinsman, who helps Titus shoot arrows that have messages attached to them, to various Gods of the Romans.

Valentine

He is a kinsman of Titus Andronicus.

Aemilius

He is a noble Roman. It is through him that Tamora sends an invitation of parley with Lucius. It is he, who voices the desire of the Romans people, to have Lucius their emperor.

Alarbus

He is Tamora’s eldest son and a prince of the Goths. He is sacrificed by Lucius despite of Tamora’s pleading with Titus for mercy.


Demetrius

One of Tamora’s sons, who helps to kill Bassianus, and then ravishes and mutilates Lavinia.

Chiron

Also one of Tamora’s sons, he helps his older brother Demetrius in killing Bassianus and then in ravishing and mutilating Lavinia.

A Captain

He announces Titus’ arrival in Rome.

Tribunes

They accept Titus’ refusal to accept the position of an Emperor and even agree to accept anyone that Titus chooses as the new emperor.

Messenger

He brings the severed heads of Titus sons and Titus’ hand to Titus and passes on the message that the emperor scorns his sacrifice. He himself is sympathetic toward Titus whom he considers ill-treated.

Clown

He carries a message from Titus to Saturninus and is hanged by the latter’s orders.

Lavinia

She is Titus’ daughter and the joy of his life. After killing her husband, Tamora’s sons ravish and mutilate her. She however succeeds in revealing the identity of her wrong doers becomes instrumental in their deaths. Her father kills her in order to free her from a life of pain and shame.

A Nurse

She brings Aaron his son along with Tamora’s message that Aaron should kill the baby. Aaron kills her to protect the secret that Tamora has given birth to a black baby.

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