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WITH PERMISSION. ELECTRONIC ANDMACHINE READABLE COPIES MAY BEDISTRIBUTED SO LONG AS SUCH COPIES (1)ARE FOR YOUR OR OTHERSPERSONAL USE ONLY, AND (2) ARE NOTDISTRIBUTED OR USEDCOMMERCIALLY. PROHIBITED COMMERCIALDISTRIBUTION INCLUDES BY ANYSERVICE THAT CHARGES FOR DOWNLOADTIME OR FOR MEMBERSHIP.>>1594THE TRAGEDY OF TITUS ANDRONICUSby William ShakespeareDramatis Personae  SATURNINUS, son to the late Emperor of Rome,afterwards Emperor  BASSIANUS, brother to Saturninus  TITUS ANDRONICUS, a noble Roman  MARCUS ANDRONICUS, Tribune of the People,and brother to Titus    Sons to Titus Andronicus:  LUCIUS
  QUINTUS  MARTIUS  MUTIUS  YOUNG LUCIUS, a boy, son to Lucius  PUBLIUS, son to Marcus Andronicus    Kinsmen to Titus:  SEMPRONIUS  CAIUS  VALENTINEAEMILIUS, a noble Roman    Sons to Tamora:  ALARBUS  DEMETRIUS  CHIRON  AARON, a Moor, beloved by Tamora  A CAPTAIN  A MESSENGER  A CLOWN  TAMORA, Queen of the Goths  LAVINIA, daughter to Titus Andronicus  A NURSE, and a black CHILD  Romans and Goths, Senators, Tribunes, Officers,Soldiers, and    Attendants
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