Titus Andronicus is the story of a Roman patriarch, a celebrated general who finds himself caught up in a cyclical pattern of bloody revenge with his captive, Tamora, Queen of the Goths. Victorious in war, Titus slowly loses his family, his reputation, and his humanity as he and Tamora engage in vicious intrigue. Driven to kill his own daughter after she is raped by Tamora's sons, Titus slays the youths and commits himself to a secret conflict that ends in his death.
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