Titus Andronicus

References

Citations

All references to Titus Andronicus, unless otherwise specified, are taken from the Oxford Shakespeare (Waith), based on the Q1 text of 1594 (except 3.2, which is based on the folio text of 1623). Under its referencing system, 4.3.15 means act 4, scene 3, line 15.

  1. ^ See Ann Jennalie Cook, The Privileged Playgoers of Shakespeare's London (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1981) for extensive information on the likes and dislikes of theatrical audiences at the time.
  2. ^ In the First Quarto of Titus Andronicus (1594), Aaron is spelt Aron, but in all subsequent quartos, and in the First Folio (1623), it is spelt Aaron. All modern editors adopt the latter spelling.
  3. ^ Huffman (1972: 735)
  4. ^ West (1982: 74)
  5. ^ Bate (1995: 19)
  6. ^ Spencer (1957: 32)
  7. ^ Jones (1977: 90)
  8. ^ Waith (1984: 35)
  9. ^ Maxwell (1953: 92)
  10. ^ Waith (1984: 28–29)
  11. ^ Bate (1995: 93–94)
  12. ^ Bullough (1964: 24)
  13. ^ France Yates, Astraea: The Imperial Theme in the Sixteenth Century (London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1975), 70–79
  14. ^ Bate (1995: 92)
  15. ^ A.C. Hamilton, The Early Shakespeare (San Marino: Huntington Library, 1967), 87
  16. ^ Quoted in Waith (1984: 87)
  17. ^ Hunter (1983b: 183)
  18. ^ Quoted in Waith (1984: 83)
  19. ^ Law (1943: 147)
  20. ^ For an extensive examination of the complex copyright history of the play and prose, see Adams (1936) and W.W. Greg, A Bibliography of the English Printed Drama to the Restoration, Volume 1: Stationers' Records, Plays to 1616 (London: Bibliographic Society, 1939)
  21. ^ Adams (1936: 8)
  22. ^ Dover Wilson (1948: viii)
  23. ^ Bullough (1966: 7–20)
  24. ^ Sargent (1971)
  25. ^ Mincoff (1971)
  26. ^ Metz (1975)
  27. ^ Hunter (1983a) and Hunter (1983b)
  28. ^ Waith (1984: 30–34)
  29. ^ Bate (1995: 83–85)
  30. ^ Massai (2001: xxix)
  31. ^ Hughes (2006: 10)
  32. ^ Bate (1995: 70)
  33. ^ Maxwell (1953: xxvi)
  34. ^ See E.A.J. Honigmann, Shakespeare's Impact on his Contemporaries (London: Macmillan, 1982)
  35. ^ Hughes (2006: 6)
  36. ^ Jonathan Bate records only two printed plays prior to Q1 of Titus which mention more than one acting company; John Lyly's Sapho and Phao and Campaspe, with both plays advertised as performed by Queen's Men and Paul's Men (Bate; 1995: 75)
  37. ^ See Waith (1984: 8) and Massai (2001: xxiv)
  38. ^ Waith (1984: 8–10)
  39. ^ See Bate (1995: 75) and Hughes (2006: 3)
  40. ^ Massai (2001: xxiv)
  41. ^ Bate (1995: 66–79)
  42. ^ See Gary Taylor, "The Canon and Chronology of Shakespeare's Plays", in Stanley Wells, Gary Taylor, John Jowett and William Montgomery (eds.), William Shakespeare: A Textual Companion (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1987), 69–144
  43. ^ Foakes and Rickert (1961, xxx)
  44. ^ For more information on the theory of 1593 editing, see Dover Wilson (1948: xxxiv–xxxv) and Gary Taylor, "The Canon and Chronology of Shakespeare's Plays", in Stanley Wells, Gary Taylor, John Jowett and William Montgomery (eds.), William Shakespeare: A Textual Companion (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1987), 69–144
  45. ^ See Winifred Frazer, "Henslowe's "ne"", Notes and Queries, 38:1 (Spring, 1991), 34–35, and Vickers (2002: 149) for more information on this theory
  46. ^ Dover Wilson (1948: vii)
  47. ^ Andrew Murphy, Shakespeare in Print: A History and Chronology of Shakespeare Publishing (Cambridge University Press, 2003), 23
  48. ^ Esther Ferington (ed.), Infinite Variety: Exploring the Folger Shakespeare Library (University of Washington Press, 2002), 155
  49. ^ See Adams (1936: 19–25) for an extensive comparison between the four versions of the play: Q1, Q2, Q3 and F1. See also the various collations to the many modern editions of the play, such as Dover Wilson (1948), Maxwell (1953), Harrison (1958), Barnet (1963, 1989 and 2005), Cross (1966 and 1977), Waith (1984), Hughes (1994 and 2006), Bate (1995), MacDonald (2000) and Massai (2001)
  50. ^ Waith (1984: 27)
  51. ^ See for example June Schlueter, "Rereading the Peacham Drawing", Shakespeare Quarterly, 50:2 (Summer, 1999), 171-184 and Brian Vickers, Shakespeare, Co-Author: A Historical Study of Five Collaborative Plays (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2002), 149-150.
  52. ^ For a thorough overview of the early critical history of the play, see Dover Wilson (1948: vii–xix).
  53. ^ Quoted in Bate (1995: 79)
  54. ^ Quoted in Bate (1995: 33)
  55. ^ A.W. Schlegel, Lectures on Dramatic Art and Literature (London: George Bell & Sons, 1879), 442
  56. ^ T.S. Eliot, "Seneca in Elizabethan Translation", Selected Essays 1917–1932 (New York: Harcourt, Brace & World, 1950), 67
  57. ^ Dover Wilson (1948: xii)
  58. ^ See Bloom (1998; 77–86)
  59. ^ Massai (2001: xxi)
  60. ^ Kott (1964: 27)
  61. ^ A.L. Rowse, Titus Andronicus; Contemporary Shakespeare Series (Maryland: University of America Press, 1987), 15
  62. ^ a b Julie Taymor, DVD Commentary for Titus; 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment, 2000
  63. ^ "A conversation with Julie Taymor". Charlie Rose.com. 19 January 2000. Retrieved 21 November 2012. 
  64. ^ Forman, Jonathan (30 December 1999). "Lion Queen Tames Titus". The New York Post
  65. ^ Vickers (2002: 152n11)
  66. ^ Quoted in Waith (1984: 12)
  67. ^ See Vickers (2002: 150–156) for a summary of the pre 20th century pro and anti-Shakespearean arguments.
  68. ^ Robertson (1905: 479)
  69. ^ Parrott (1919: 21–27)
  70. ^ Philip Timberlake, The Feminine Ending in English Blank Verse: A Study of its Use by Early Writers in the Measure and its Development in the Drama up to the Year 1595 (Wisconsin: Banta, 1931), 114–119
  71. ^ Vickers (2002: 137)
  72. ^ Sampley (1936: 693)
  73. ^ Price (1943: 55–65)
  74. ^ Dover Wilson (1948: xxxvi–xxxvii)
  75. ^ Hill (1957: 60–68)
  76. ^ Studies in Attribution: Middleton and Shakespeare (Salzburg: Salzburg University Press, 1979), 147–153
  77. ^ Shakespeare's Verse: Iambic Pentameter and the Poet's Idiosyncrasies (New York: P. Lang, 1987), 121–124
  78. ^ Jackson (1996: 138–145)
  79. ^ Chernaik (2004: 1030)
  80. ^ Vickers (2002: 219–239)
  81. ^ H.B. Charlton, Shakespearean Tragedy (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1949), 105
  82. ^ Waith (1984: 84n23)
  83. ^ Dover Wilson (1948: liii–liv)
  84. ^ Waith (1984: 61)
  85. ^ Nicholas Brooke, Shakespeare's Early Tragedies (New York: Barnes & Noble, 1968), 306
  86. ^ "Cast Interviews". RSC. Archived from the original on 8 January 2009. Retrieved 16 January 2012. 
  87. ^ Taylor (1997: 149)
  88. ^ Bate (1995: 111)
  89. ^ Vickers (2002: 240)
  90. ^ Massai (2001: xxxi–xxxvi)
  91. ^ Palmer (1972: 321–322)
  92. ^ Shakespeare Survey, 41 (1988)
  93. ^ Dessen (1988: 60)
  94. ^ Massai (2001: xxxi)
  95. ^ Reese (1970: 78)
  96. ^ Kendall (1989: 300)
  97. ^ Sacks (1982: 587)
  98. ^ Waith (1984: 2)
  99. ^ Bate (1995: 70) and Hughes (2006: 13)
  100. ^ Ungerer (1961: 102)
  101. ^ Halliday (1964: 496–497)
  102. ^ Waith (1984: 8)
  103. ^ Dover Wilson (1948: xli)
  104. ^ Hughes (2006: 22)
  105. ^ Dessen (1989: 12)
  106. ^ Harcourt Williams, Old Vic Saga (London: Winchester, 1949), 51
  107. ^ Dessen (1989: 14)
  108. ^ Waith (1984: 50–51)
  109. ^ Dessen (1989: 15)
  110. ^ See Dessen (1989: 17–19) for a cross section of reviews concentrating on the music and Olivier.
  111. ^ J.C. Trewin, Shakespeare on the English Stage, 1900–1964 (London: Barry Rocklith, 1965), 235–237. An overview of the production can also be found in Dessen (1989: 14–23)
  112. ^ An overview of this production can be found in Dessen (1989: 33–35)
  113. ^ Quoted in Dessen (1989: 24)
  114. ^ New York Times, 10 August 1967
  115. ^ An overview of the production can be found in Dessen (1989: 24–29)
  116. ^ Massai (2001: lxxx)
  117. ^ An overview of the production can be found in Dessen (1989: 35–40)
  118. ^ A cross section of reviews of this production can be found in Dessen (1989: 48–50)
  119. ^ Hughes (2006: 42)
  120. ^ Bate (1996: 1)
  121. ^ An extensive overview of this production can be found in Dessen (1989: 57–70)
  122. ^ Hughes (2006: 47n1)
  123. ^ An overview of the production can be found in Dessen (1989: 40–44)
  124. ^ Stephen Pizzello, "From Stage to Screen", American Cinematographer, 81:2 (February 2000); available on R1 Special Edition DVD of Titus; 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment, 2000
  125. ^ All information on Doran’s production taken from Hughes (2006: 49)
  126. ^ An overview of this production can be found in Hughes (2006: 51–53)
  127. ^ a b Benjamin Secher (10 June 2006). "Death, mutilation - and not a drop of blood". The Daily Telegraph. Retrieved 26 October 2013. 
  128. ^ "Titus Andronicus (2006)". British Universities Film & Video Council. Retrieved 21 November 2012. 
  129. ^ Philip Fisher (2006). "Titus Andronicus Review". British Theatre Guide. Retrieved 21 November 2012. 
  130. ^ Rebecca Tyrrel (18 June 2006). "Tongueless in Stratford". The Daily Telegraph. Retrieved 21 November 2012. 
  131. ^ Ben Brantley (8 July 2006). "Shakespeare in War, More Timely Than Ever". The New York Times. Retrieved 21 November 2012. 
  132. ^ Pete Wood (2006). "Titus Andronicus Review". British Theatre Guide. Retrieved 21 November 2012. 
  133. ^ Alastair Macaulay (22 June 2006). "Titus Andronicus, Stratford-upon-Avon". Financial Times. Retrieved 26 October 2013.  (subscription required)
  134. ^ Eleanor Collins, "Titus Andronicus, directed by Lucy Bailey, The Globe, London, 31 May & 11 July 2006", Cahiers Élisabéthains, 70:2 (Autumn, 2006), 49-51
  135. ^ Charles Spencer (1 June 2006). "The horror endures". The Daily Telegraph. Retrieved 26 October 2013. 
  136. ^ Michael Billington (1 June 2006). "Titus Andronicus: Shakespeare's Globe, London". The Guardian. Retrieved 26 October 2013. 
  137. ^ Sam Marlowe (1 June 2006). "Review of Titus Andronicus". The Times. Archived from the original on 8 April 2007. Retrieved 26 October 2013. 
  138. ^ Benedict Nightingale (22 June 2006). "Review of Yukio Ninagawa's Titus Andronicus". The Times. Retrieved 26 October 2013.  (subscription required)
  139. ^ Michael Billington (22 June 2006). "Titus Andronicus: Royal Shakespeare theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon". The Guardian. Retrieved 26 October 2013. 
  140. ^ Neil Allan and Scott Revers, "Titus Andronicus, directed by Yukio Ninagawa for The Ninagawa Company, Royal Shakespeare Theatre, 21 June 2006", Cahiers Élisabéthains, Special Issue: The Royal Shakespeare Company Complete Works (2007), 39-41
  141. ^ Paul Taylor, "Review of Yukio Ninagawa's Titus Andronicus", The Independent (22 June 2006)
  142. ^ Agnès Lafont, "Mythological reconfigurations on the contemporary stage: Giving a New Voice to Philomela in Titus Andronicus", Early Modern Literary Studies, Special Issue 21 (2013)
  143. ^ "Titus Andronicus (2007 - Shakespeare Theatre Company)". Shakespeare Internet Editions. Retrieved 21 November 2012. 
  144. ^ Kate Wingfield (12 April 2007). "Serving up Evil". Metro Weekly. Retrieved 21 November 2012. 
  145. ^ Joe Dziemianowicz (1 December 2011). "Titus Andronicus has more than gore at the Public". NY Daily News. Retrieved 21 November 2012. 
  146. ^ Alice Jones (9 May 2013). "RSC's Titus Andronicus carries heavy warning as production ups the blood-squirting gore Tarantino-style". The Independent. Retrieved 8 June 2013. 
  147. ^ "Fear Blood Soaked Titus". The Jersey Journal. 18 October 2013. Retrieved 18 August 2014. 
  148. ^ All information taken from Hughes (2006: 47–50). For more information on the Stein and Mesguich productions see Dominique Goy-Blanquet's "Titus resartus" in Foreign Shakespeare: Contemporary Performance, edited by Dennis Kennedy (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1993), 36–76
  149. ^ See Dover Wilson (1948: xl–xli), Waith (1984: 7) and Bate (1995: 44–48) for more information on Tito Andronico
  150. ^ Bate (1995: 47)
  151. ^ Dover Wilson (1948: lxviii)
  152. ^ Waith (1984: 45)
  153. ^ Hughes (2006: 25)
  154. ^ Hughes (2006: 26)
  155. ^ Halliday (1964: 399, 403, 497)
  156. ^ Detailed overviews of the various changes made by Ravenscroft can be found in Dover Wilson (1948: lxvii–lxviii), Dessen (1989: 7–11), Bate (1995: 48–54) and Hughes (2006: 21–24)
  157. ^ See Waith (1984: 87), Dessen (1989: 11) and Barnet (2005: 154)
  158. ^ Dessen (1989: 11–12) and Hughes (2006: 29)
  159. ^ Waith (1984: 49)
  160. ^ From The Era, 26 April 1857; quoted in Barnet (2005: 155)
  161. ^ Barnet (2005: 155)
  162. ^ Barnet (2005: 157)
  163. ^ All information taken from Lukas Erne, "Lamentable tragedy or black comedy?: Frederick Dürrenmatt's adaptation of Titus Andronicus, in Sonia Massai (editor), World Wide Shakespeare: Local Appropriations in Film and Performance (New York: Routledge, 2005), 88–94
  164. ^ Waith (1984: 54)
  165. ^ Steve Earnst, "Anatomie Titus Fall of Rome at the Deutsches Theater", Western European Stages, (Winter, 2008)
  166. ^ Mechele Leon, Review, Theatre Journal, 58:2 (May 2006), 313–314
  167. ^ Sylvie Ballestra-Puech, "Violence and Melancholy in Shakespeare's Titus Andronicus, Botho Strauss' Rape and Sarah Kane's Blasted, Loxias, 31 (December 2010)
  168. ^ Alison Croggon (29 November 2008). "Anatomy Titus: Fall of Rome Review". Theatre Notes. Retrieved 21 November 2012. 
  169. ^ Alice Allan (13 October 2008). "Anatomy Titus: Fall of Rome Review". Australian Stage. Retrieved 21 November 2012. 
  170. ^ Yong Li Lan, "Tang Shu-wing's titus and the acting of violence", in Susan Bennett and Christie Carson (editors), Shakespeare Beyond English: A Global Experiment (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2013), 115-120
  171. ^ Andrew Dickson (10 May 2012). "Titus Andronicus – review". The Guardian. Retrieved 8 February 2014. 
  172. ^ Howard Choy (23 January 2013). "Tang Shu-wing's Titus Andronicus 2.0 and a Poetic Minimalism of Violence". MIT Global Shakespeares. Retrieved 8 February 2014. 
  173. ^ "Interpreting Her Martyr'd Signs". For Love and Duty Players. Retrieved 18 May 2014. 
  174. ^ Hughes (2006: 47n2)
  175. ^ "Bunport Theater Review Archive". Bunport Theatre. Retrieved 21 November 2012. 
  176. ^ Sean Michael O'Donnell (21 August 2007). "Tragedy! A Musical Comedy Review". New York Theatre. Archived from the original on 24 February 2012. Retrieved 21 November 2012. 
  177. ^ Casey Cleverly (6 April 2007). "Tragedy! A Musical Comedy Review". The DoG Street Journal. Archived from the original on 22 March 2012. Retrieved 21 November 2012. 
  178. ^ Michael Brooke. "Titus Andronicus On Screen". BFI Screenonline. Retrieved 21 November 2012. 
  179. ^ José Ramón Díaz Fernández, "The Roman Plays on Screen: An Annotated Filmo-Bibliography", in Sarah Hatchuel and Nathalie Vienne-Guerrin (eds.), Shakespeare on Screen: The Roman Plays (Rouen: Université de Rouen, 2008), 340
  180. ^ Mariangela Tempera, "Titus Andronicus: Staging the Mutilated Roman Body", in Maria Del Sapio Garbero, Nancy Isenberg and Maddalena Pennacchia (eds.), Questioning Bodies in Shakespeare's Rome (Göttingen: Hubert & Co., 2010), 115
  181. ^ Pascale Aebischer, Shakespeare's Violated Bodies: Stage and Screen Performance (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2004), 24-31
  182. ^ Jonathan Bate, "A Shakespeare tale whose time has come", The New York Times, 2 January 2000
  183. ^ Starks (2002: 122)
  184. ^ Courtney Lehmann, "Film Adaptations: What is a Film Adaptation? or, Shakespeare du jour", in Richard Burt (ed.), Shakespeares After Shakespeare: An Encyclopaedia of the Bard in Mass Media and Popular Culture, Volume One (Westport: Greenwood Press, 2006), 130
  185. ^ José Ramón Díaz Fernández, "The Roman Plays on Screen: An Annotated Filmo-Bibliography", in Sarah Hatchuel and Nathalie Vienne-Guerrin (eds.) Shakespeare on Screen: The Roman Plays (Rouen: Université de Rouen, 2008), 338
  186. ^ Susan Willis, The BBC Shakespeare: Making the Televised Canon (North Carolina: University of North Carolina Press, 1991), 30
  187. ^ For much factual information on this production, see Mary Z. Maher, "Production Design in the BBC's Titus Andronicus" in J.C. Bulman and H.R. Coursen (eds.), Shakespeare on Television: An Anthology of Essays and Reviews (New Hampshire: University Press of New England, 1988), 144-150
  188. ^ Quoted in Barnet (2005: 159)
  189. ^ For more information on this production, see Dessen (1989: 44-48). For a detailed overview of the production process itself, see Susan Willis, The BBC Shakespeare: Making the Televised Canon (North Carolina: University of North Carolina Press, 1991), 292-314
  190. ^ Quoted in Dessen (1989: 44)
  191. ^ Mary Maher, "Production Design in the BBC's Titus Andronicus" in J.C. Bulman and H.R. Coursen (eds.), Shakespeare on Television: An Anthology of Essays and Reviews (Hanover: University Press of New England, 1988), 146
  192. ^ Anne Gossage, "Yon Fart Doth Smell of Elderberries Sweet": South Park and Shakespeare", in Leslie Stratyner and James R. Keller (eds.), The Deep End of Sought Park: Critical Essays on TV's Shocking Cartoon Series (North Carolina: McFarland & Company, 2009), 50-52
  193. ^ All information in this section comes from the British Universities Film and Video Council

Editions of Titus Andronicus

  • Adams, Joseph Quincy (ed.) Shakespeare's Titus Andronicus: The First Quarto, 1594 (New York: C. Scribner's Sons, 1936)
  • Baildon, Henry Bellyse (ed.) The Lamentable Tragedy of Titus Andronicus (The Arden Shakespeare, 1st Series; London: Arden, 1912)
  • Barnet, Sylvan (ed.) The Tragedy of Titus Andronicus (Signet Classic Shakespeare; New York: Signet, 1963; revised edition, 1989; 2nd revised edition 2005)
  • Bate, Jonathan (ed.) Titus Andronicus (The Arden Shakespeare, 3rd Series; London: Arden, 1995)
  • Bate, Jonathan and Rasmussen, Eric (eds.) Titus Andronicus and Timon of Athens: Two Classical Plays (The RSC Shakespeare; London: Macmillan, 2008)
  • Cross, Gustav (ed.) Titus Andronicus (The Pelican Shakespeare; London: Penguin, 1966; revised edition 1977)
  • Dover Wilson, John (ed.) Titus Andronicus (The New Shakespeare; Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1948)
  • Evans, G. Blakemore (ed.) The Riverside Shakespeare (Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1974; 2nd edn., 1997)
  • Greenblatt, Stephen; Cohen, Walter; Howard, Jean E. and Maus, Katharine Eisaman (eds.) The Norton Shakespeare: Based on the Oxford Shakespeare (London: Norton, 1997)
  • Harrison, G.B. (ed.) The Most Lamentable Tragedy of Titus Andronicus (The New Penguin Shakespeare; London: Penguin, 1958; revised edition, 1995)
  • Hughes, Alan (ed.) Titus Andronicus (The New Cambridge Shakespeare; Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1994; 2nd edition 2006)
  • Massai, Sonia (ed.) Titus Andronicus (The New Penguin Shakespeare, 2nd edition; London: Penguin, 2001)
  • Maxwell, J.C (ed.) Titus Andronicus (The Arden Shakespeare, 2nd Series; London: Arden, 1953)
  • MacDonald, Russell (ed.) Titus Andronicus (The Pelican Shakespeare, 2nd edition; London: Penguin, 2000)
  • Waith, Eugene M. (ed.) Titus Andronicus (The Oxford Shakespeare; Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1984)
  • Wells, Stanley; Taylor, Gary; Jowett, John and Montgomery, William (eds.) The Oxford Shakespeare: The Complete Works (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1986; 2nd edn., 2005)
  • Werstine, Paul and Mowat, Barbara A. (eds.) Titus Andronicus (Folger Shakespeare Library; Washington: Simon & Schuster, 2005)

Selected secondary sources

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  • Brockbank, Philip. "Shakespeare: His Histories, English and Roman" in Christopher Ricks (editor), The New History of Literature (Volume 3): English Drama to 1710 (New York: Peter Bedrick, 1971), 148–181
  • Brucher, Richard. ""Tragedy Laugh On": Comic Violence in Titus Andronicus", Renaissance Drama, 10 (1979), 71–92
  • Bryant Jr., Joseph Allen. "Aaron and the Pattern of Shakespeare's Villains" in Dale B. J. Randall and Joseph A. Porter (editors), Renaissance Papers 1984: Southeastern Renaissance Conference (Durham, North Carolina: Duke University Press, 1985), 29–36
  • Bullough, Geoffrey. Narrative and Dramatic Sources of Shakespeare (Volume 6): Other 'Classical' Plays (New York: Columbia University Press, 1966)
  • Carroll, James D., "Gorboduc and Titus Andronicus", Notes and Queries, 51:3 (Fall, 2004), 267–269
  • Chernaik, Warren. "Shakespeare, Co-Author: A Historical Study of Five Collaborative Plays (book review)", Modern Language Review, 99:4 (2004), 1030–1031
  • Christensen, Ann. ""Playing the Cook": Nurturing Men in Titus Andronicus", in Holger Klein and Rowland Wymer (editors), Shakespeare and History. (Shakespeare Yearbook), (Lewiston: The Edwin Mellen Press, 1996), 327–54
  • Cohen, Derek. Shakespeare's Culture of Violence (London: St. Martin's Press, 1993)
  • Daniel, P. A. A Time Analysis of the Plots of Shakespeare’s Plays (London: New Shakespeare Society, 1879)
  • Dessen, Alan C. Shakespeare in Performance: Titus Andronicus (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1989)
  • Dobson, Michael S. The Making of the National Poet: Shakespeare, Adaptation and Authorship, 1660–1769 (Oxford, Oxford University Press, 1995)
  • Duthie, G. I. Shakespeare (London: Hutchinson, 1951)
  • Fawcett, Mary Laughlin. "Arms/Words/Tears: Language and the Body in Titus Andronicus", ELH, 50:2 (Summer, 1983), 261–277
  • Foakes, R. A. and Rickert R. T. (eds.) Henslowe's Diary (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1961; 2nd edn. edited by Foakes alone, 2002)
  • Goodwin, John. Royal Shakespeare Theatre Company, 1960–1963 (London: Max Reinhardt, 1964)
  • Haaker, Ann. "Non sine causa: The Use of Emblematic Method and Iconology in the Thematic Structure of Titus Andronicus", Research Opportunities in Renaissance Drama, 13 (1970), 143–168
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  • Hiles, Jane. "A Margin for Error: Rhetorical Context in Titus Andronicus", Style, 21:2 (Summer, 1987), 62–75
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  • Huffman, Clifford. "Titus Andronicus: Metamorphosis and Renewal," Modern Language Review, 67:4 (1972), 730–41
  • Hulse, S. Clark. "Wresting the Alphabet: Oratory and Action in Titus Andronicus", Criticism, 21:2 (Spring, 1979), 106–18
  • Hunter, G. K. "Sources and Meanings in Titus Andronicus", in J. C. Gray (editor) The Mirror up to Shakespeare Essays in Honour of G. R. Hibbard (Toronto: Toronto University Press, 1983a), 171–188
  • ———. "The Sources of Titus Andronicus – once again", Notes and Queries, 30:2 (Summer, 1983b), 114–116
  • Jackson, Macdonald P. "Stage Directions and Speech Headings in Act 1 of Titus Andronicus Q (1594): Shakespeare or Peele?", Studies in Bibliography, 49 (1996), 134–148
  • ———. "Shakespeare's Brothers and Peele's Brethren Titus Andronicus again", Notes and Queries", 44:4 (November 1997), 494–495
  • James, Heather. "Cultural Disintegration in Titus Andronicus: Mutilating Titus, Virgil, and Rome", in James Redmond (editor), Themes in Drama (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1991), 123–40
  • Jones, Emrys. The Origins of Shakespeare (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1977)
  • Kahn, Coppélia. Roman Shakespeare: Warriors, Wounds, and Women (New York: Routledge, 1997)
  • Kendall, Gillian Murray. ""Lend me thy hand": Metaphor and Mayhem in Titus Andronicus", Shakespeare Quarterly, 40:3 (Autumn, 1989), 299–316
  • Kolin, Philip C. (ed.) Titus Andronicus: Critical Essays (New York: Garland, 1995)
  • Kott, Jan. Shakespeare Our Contemporary (Garden City, New York: Doubleday Publishing, 1964)
  • Kramer, Joseph E. "Titus Andronicus: The Fly-Killing Incident", Shakespeare Studies, 5 (1969), 9–19
  • Law, Robert A. "The Roman Background of Titus Andronicus", Studies in Philology, 40:2 (April 1943), 145–153
  • Marti, Marcus. "Language of Extremities/Extremities of Language: Body Language and Culture in Titus Andronicus", by Markus Marti; 7th World Shakespeare Congress, Valencia, April 2001
  • Metz, G. Harold. "The History of Titus Andronicus and Shakespeare's Play", Notes and Queries, 22:4 (Winter, 1975), 163–166
  • ———. "Stage History of Titus Andronicus", Shakespeare Quarterly, 28:2 (Summer, 1977), 154–169
  • ———. "A Stylometric Comparison of Shakespeare's Titus Andronicus, Pericles and Julius Caesar", Shakespeare Newsletter, 29:1 (Spring, 1979), 42
  • ———. Shakespeare's Earliest Tragedy: Studies in Titus Andronicus (Madison: Farleigh Dickinson University Press, 1996)
  • Mincoff, Marco. "The Source of Titus Andronicus", Notes and Queries, 216:2 (Summer, 1971), 131–134
  • McCandless, David. “A Tale of Two Tituses: Julie Taymor's Vision on Stage and Screen”, Shakespeare Quarterly, 53:4 (Winter, 2002), 487–511
  • Miola, Robert S. "Titus Andronicus and the Mythos of Shakespeare’s Rome", Shakespeare Studies, 14 (1981), 85–98
  • Muir, Kenneth. The Sources of Shakespeare's Plays (London: Routledge, 1977; rpt 2005)
  • Nevo, Ruth. "Tragic Form in Titus Andronicus", in A.A. Mendilow (editor) Further Studies in English Language and Literature (Jerusalem: Magnes Press, 1975), 1–18
  • Onions, C. T. A Shakespeare Glossary (London: Oxford University Press, 1953; 2nd edn. edited by Robert D. Eagleson, 1986)
  • Palmer, D. J. "The Unspeakable in Pursuit of the Uneatable: Language and Action in Titus Andronicus", Critical Quarterly, 14:4 (Winter, 1972), 320–339
  • Parrott, T. M. "Shakespeare's Revision of Titus Andronicus", Modern Language Review, 14 (1919), 16–37
  • Price, Hereward. "The Language of Titus Andronicus", Papers of the Michigan Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters, 21 (1935), 501–507
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