Act ii as a weird kind of reboot of act i. Another kind of feuding brothers: chiron and demetrius. What they"re fighting over: love of lavinia. Refers to lavinia as a doe; medieval discourse of venery, which means to hunt. Act ii scene ii opens with titus coming on the stage. The way language works as a motive - setting the scene. The hunt is up, the morn is bright and grey, The fields are fragrant and the woods are green: Uncouple here and let us make a bay . Shakespeare has to do this as part of his art. The next scene opens with aaron with his gold, and how he"ll bury it under a tree; tamora comes in and as well, sets the scene. Not only what we"re supposed to imagine about the surroundings, but her psychology as well - her orientation, how she feels.