Titus Andronicus Quotes

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About Titus Andronicus

This is from 1593 and it is all about Titus Andronicus.

If you've not heard of this play before, then he is a noble Roman, general against the Goths according to the character list for the play.  It has 30 characters and 14 scenes.

Author / Creator: William Shakespeare

Titus Andronicus Quotations

He that had wit would think that I had none,
To bury so much gold under a tree,
And never after to inherit it

Said by: Aaron
Reference information: Act II, Scene III

No more, great empress; Bassianus comes:
Be cross with him; and I'll go fetch thy sons
To back thy quarrels, whatsoe'er they be.

Said by: Aaron
Reference information: Act II, Scene III

Saucy controller of our private steps!
Had I the power that some say Dian had,
Thy temples should be planted presently
With horns, as was Actaeon's; and the hounds
Should drive upon thy new-transformed limbs,
Unmannerly intruder as thou art!

Said by: Tamora
Reference information: Act II, Scene III

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