Titus Andronicus Questions and Answers
by William Shakespeare

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Is Titus a tragic hero or a villain in Titus Andronicus?

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At the beginning of the play, Titus has just returned to Rome a conquering hero. He brings with him valuable captives.  Tamara is not just any woman, she is Queen of the Goths.  Accompanying her are her three sons and her lover.

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I think that although Titus started this villianry between Tamora and himself, she pushed him to his limit. He truely is a Hero and only cared about Rome.