Shakespeare’s Titus Andronicus is fuelled by a quid pro quo (“this for that” , “eye for an eye”) imperative, which produces a domino-effect of revenge-seeking. What do you think Shakespeare is saying here about the seeking of private justice to right wrongs?

Shakespeare’s Titus Andronicus is fuelled by a quid pro quo (“this for that” , “eye for an eye”) imperative, which produces a domino-effect of revenge-seeking. What do you think Shakespeare is saying here about the seeking of private justice to right wrongs?