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1. The vengeance, which Titus takes upon his enemies, forms the central theme of the play. Substantiate.
2. The concept of Roman nobility is pitted against that of Gothic barbarity and finds ironic contrast in the actions to Titus and his son Lucius in Act I. Explain
3. Titus’ unnatural laughter in Act III marks the point where his metamorphosis into a vengeful beast begins. Contrast his character before and after the metamorphosis.
4. The two Themes of vengeance and metamorphosis are inextricably linked in the development of plot. Comment.
5. Titus Andronicus is a tragedy. How far is this true?
6. Contrasts the characters of Tamora and Titus and show their similarities and differences.
8. Violence forms an integral part of the play. Show with examples from the play.
9.Although he is a man of integrity, Titus’ inflexibility carries his virtues too far and makes them oppressive. Support this statement with references from the play.
10. The rapid succession of personal tragedies causes a psychic metamorphosis of Titus Andronicus. Discuss.
11. Write the characterization of the following: Titus Andronicus, Aaron the Moor, Tamora.