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Titus Andronicus: A Relevant Study of Revenge



 

 

The More Things Change...

 

Gina Voskov, an English teacher at the United Nations International School in New York City, enjoys exploring today's relevant topics with her middle and high school students, especially through Shakespeare's twisted lens of revenge: Titus Andronicus. Paired with the works of Francis Bacon and the Buddha on the topic of revenge, Gina's students reflect on what sort of people find joy in the pain of others.

 

Read more from Gina on our Making a Scene Blog: "Fighting With Truth"

 

Teach one of Gina's shared teaching modules, with Robert Barker and Gabriel Fernandez: "Merely Players: Examining Authentic/Inauthentic voices in Monologues" 

 

 
Secondary School Shakespeare Festival



John Massey Wright. Titus Andronicus. Watercolor, ca. 1830.



Shakespeare Quarterly

"The gnawing vulture": Revenge, Trauma Theory, and Titus Andronicus DEBORAH WILLIS


Teacher Talk

"When I was watching Muammer Gaddafi's tragic end... that made me think of Titus so I came to school the next day and started talking to my students about how the characters in Titus find joy in revenge, in the causing of pain to other people."

 

~Gina Voskov

United Nations International School

New York, NY





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