Titus, Broadway, and Disney's Magic Capitalism; or, the Wonderful World of Julie Taymor

@article{Anderson2013TitusBA,
  title={Titus, Broadway, and Disney's Magic Capitalism; or, the Wonderful World of Julie Taymor},
  author={T. P. Anderson},
  journal={College Literature},
  year={2013},
  volume={40},
  pages={66-95}
}
Anderson argues that corporate or media allegory as a hermeneutic practice offers necessary context for understanding creative production and that, in the case of Julie Taymor’s film Titus , it alters how we might view the film’s representation of historical, cultural, and familial relationships. Anderson claims that the film extends Shakespeare’s ambivalence over a Roman cultural and religious inheritance to her own position as an inheritor of two legacies—one, the historical avant-garde and… Expand