Introduction, Mark Rose. I. EARLY SHAKESPEAREAN TRAGEDY. Shakespeare's Earliest Tragedies: Titus Andronicus and Romeo and Juliet, G.K. Hunter. II. TITUS ANDRONICUS. The Metamorphosis of Violence in Titus Andronicus, Eugene Waith. The Aesthetics of Mutilation in Titus Andronicus, Albert H. Tricomi. The Device of Wonder: Titus Andronicus and Revenge Tragedies,Lawrence N. Danson. Shakespeare and the Soil of Rape, Catharine R. Stimpson. "Scars Can Witness" : Trials by Ordeal and Lavinia's Body in Titus Andronicus, Karen Cunningham. Titus Andronicus: Abortive Domestic Tragedy, C.L. Barber and Richard P. Wheeler. III. ROMEO AND JULIET. Romeo and Juliet: Comedy into Tragedy, Susan Snyder. Romeo and Juliet: A Formal Dwelling, James L. Calderwood. Romeo and Juliet: and the Problematics of Love, Rosalie L. Colie. Romeo and Juliet: The Meaning of a Theatrical Experience, Michael Goldman. Language and Sexual Difference in Romeo and Juliet, Edward Snow. Coming of Age in Verona, Coppelia Kahn. IV. JULIUS CAESAR. The Modernity of Julius Caesar, Maynard Mack. How Not to Murder Caesar, Sigurd Burckhardt. Dream and Interpretation: Julius Caesar, Marjorie B. Garber. Conjuring Caesar: Ceremony, History, and Authority in 1599, Mark Rose. "In the Spirit of Men There is no Blood" : Blood as Trope of Gender in Julius Caesar, Gail Kern Paster. Antony in Behalf of the Play, Kenneth Burke. Chronology of Important Dates. Notes on Contributors. Bibliography.Rose, Mark is the author of 'Shakespeare's Early Tragedies A Collection of Critical Essays' with ISBN 9780130355447 and ISBN 0130355445.