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by William Shakespeare

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Titus Andronicus is about "how we make entertainment out of violence": A discussion of Julie Taymor's claim
http://www.thepequod.org.uk/essays/litcrit/julietay.htm
"Julie Taymor, who has directed Shakespeare's often criticised play for both the Broadway stage and Hollywood screen, suggests that Titus Andronicus is about "how we make entertainment out of violence". I argue here that she largely proves her thesis through the film she has created, although paradoxically she too succumbs to the need ultimately to deliver pleasure from destructive material."
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Lucius, the Severely Flawed Redeemer of Titus Andronicus
http://www.uni-tuebingen.de/uni/nec/TAYLOR62.HTM
A character analysis of the character of Lucius which contradicts the generally favorable reception accorded to him by critics such as Frances Yates. Includes links to responses to this paper, written by other Shakespeare scholars and published in later issues of Connotations.
Contains: Character Analysis
Author: Anthony Brian Taylor
From: Connotations: A Journal for Critical Debate 6.2 (1996-97): 138-157
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Understanding Shakespeare's Titus Andronicus and the EMEDD
http://chass.utoronto.ca/emls/si-01/si-01lancashire.html
"The Early Modern English Dictionaries Database (EMEDD) consists of a combined 225,000 word-entries from eighteen Renaissance dictionaries or glossaries published in England from 1530 to 1657. It is a representative collection of lexicographical texts on which a period dictionary serving Shakespeare's language, Early Modern English, might be founded."
Contains: Historical Context,
Author: Ian Lancashire
From: Early Modern Literary Studies Special Issue 1 (1997): 6.1-20
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