Titus: The Tragic Death of an Emperor

Titus The Tragic Death of an Emperor Life Does Not Evolve Around Power But From The Good Use Of Power Set in a palace in Rome The Tragic Death of Emperor Titus is a two act play depicting how one man s total trust in the wrong person can

  • Title: Titus: The Tragic Death of an Emperor
  • Author: Leon Newton
  • ISBN: 9781432720124
  • Page: 139
  • Format: Paperback
  • Life Does Not Evolve Around Power But From The Good Use Of Power Set in a palace in Rome The Tragic Death of Emperor Titus is a two act play depicting how one man s total trust in the wrong person can induce a state of vulnerability, deception, and violence The righteous Emperor Titus is deceived into believing the lies of someone he feels he can trust, his Chief Admin Life Does Not Evolve Around Power But From The Good Use Of Power Set in a palace in Rome The Tragic Death of Emperor Titus is a two act play depicting how one man s total trust in the wrong person can induce a state of vulnerability, deception, and violence The righteous Emperor Titus is deceived into believing the lies of someone he feels he can trust, his Chief Administrator, Creon Unknown to Titus, Creon devices a plan to overthrow Titus and coerces his chief guard into helping him to plot the assassination Damaus, the emperor s son, is able to see through Creon s false servitude and tries to warn his father Blinded by his faith in Creon, Titus refuses to believe his own son and sides with Creon Through his own weakness and vulnerability, Damaus is easily framed for plotting the murder of his father and is faced with the consequences Titus learns through Veritas, a wise man with mystical powers, that Creon is the real villain In his anger, Titus kills both Creon and the guard Now Titus has to confront Nemesis, goddess of revenge, who comes to vindicate Damaus s name Before he dies, Titus has a serious discussion with Veritas Veritas tries to make Titus realize the folly of his ignorant ways The tragic ending of The Tragic Death of Emperor Titus reveals man s weaknesses, fears, and selfishness.

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    One thought on “Titus: The Tragic Death of an Emperor”

    1. The supernatural characters towards the end of the play made it more interesting to read, although one cannot help but feel sorry for Titus who had no idea what was coming to him.

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