Broude, Ronald. "Four Forms of Vengeance in Titus Andronicus." Journal of English and Germanic Philology LXXVIII, no. 4 (October 1979): 494-507. Broude sees four kinds of revenge in the play: human sacrifice to pacify the spirits of dead warriors, family vendettas, human justice, and divine vengeance. He regards Titus as the man chosen by the gods to carry out their revenge and help restore human justice in Rome.
Brower, Reuben A. "Titus Andronicus: Villainy and Tragedy." In Shakespeare: The Tragedies, edited by Robert B. Heilman, 28-36. Englewood...
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