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Titus Andronicus

Titus Andronicus


by William Shakespeare

Titus Andronicus: You Might Want to Loosen Your Andronicus Quiz

Think you’ve got your head wrapped around Titus Andronicus? Put your knowledge to the test. Good luck — the Stickman is counting on you!
Q. Against whom have the Romans been fighting a war?

Themselves. Or at least that’s what one would think, considering the amount of friendly fire.
The Greeks
The Carthaginians
The Goths
Q. How many sons has Titus lost in the war?

Plenty, but none of the ones he was hoping for
Q. Why does Titus refuse to become emperor?

Because he is afraid that he will be murdered by the late emperor’s sons if he does
Because he is old and tired
Because then he’s probably going to have to go out and buy all new clothes
Because he would rather be on the battlefield
Q. Whom does Saturninus take as his empress?

The former Queen of the Romans’ enemy
Titus’ daughter
His own cousin
A peasant woman. It’s generally frowned upon for royalty to marry so far beneath them, but she’s really hot, so an exception is made.
Q. What does Tamora encourage her sons to do?

Rape Titus’ daughter
Pillage the Pantheon
Plunder the Trajan’s Market
Steal decorative soaps from the Baths of Caracalla