How is fate presented?
Fate in Titus Andronicus is notoriously cruel. Titus loses dozens of sons in a war with the Goths. He also stands by Rome’s traditions most loyally, serving Rome as a soldier for years and even killing a son whom he deems traitorous to Rome. As tradition espouses, Titus supports the oldest son of the emperor. Unfortunately, as fate has it, the oldest son Saturninus is an unsuitable ruler. He even marries Tamora, former Queen of the Goths. Because Tamora is...
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