All entries for Friday 06 October 2006

October 06, 2006

1908

Smith, Winifred, ‘Italian and Elizabethan Comedy’, Modern Philology, 5.4 (Apr. 1908), 555-567

Location

Link via University of Warwick Library (JSTOR)

Italian and Elizabethan Comedy


1989

Smith, M. W. A., and Hugh Calvert, ‘Word-links as a General Indicator of Chronology of Composition’, Notes and Queries, 36.3 [234], (Sept. 1989), 338-341

Location

Link via University of Warwick Library (Oxford Journals Online Archives)


1992

Smith, Molly, ‘The Theater and the Scaffold: Death as Spectacle in The Spanish Tragedy’, Studies in English Literature, 1500-1900, 32.2, Elizabethan and Jacobean Drama (Spring, 1992), 217-232

[also in Simkin, Stevie, ed., Revenge Tragedy (Basingstoke: Palgrave, 2001), 71-87 Warwick Library PR 659 T7]

Location

Link via University of Warwick Library (JSTOR)

The Theater and the Scaffold: Death as Spectacle in The Spanish Tragedy


1996

Smith, Molly Easo, ‘Spectacles of Torment in Titus Andronicus’, Studies in English Literature, 1500-1900, 36.2, Tudor and Stuart Drama (Spring, 1996), 315-331

Location

Links via University of Warwick Library

Spectacles of Torment in Titus Andronicus (JSTOR)

Spectacles of Torment in Titus Andronicus (LION)


1966

Smith, James L. ‘ “They hang him in the arbor”: A Defence of the Accepted Text’, English Studies 47.5 (Oct. 1966), 372-73

Location

Warwick Library


1999

Smith, Emma, ‘Author vs. Character in Early Modern Dramatic Authorship: the Example of Thomas Kyd and The Spanish Tragedy’, Medieval and Renaissance Drama in England, 11 (1999), 129-142

Keywords

drama, treatment of characters, attribution of authorship

Location

Link via the University of Warwick (LION)

Author vs. Character in Early Modern Dramatic Authorship: the Example of Thomas Kyd and The Spanish Tragedy


2000

Smith, Emma, ‘Ghost Writing: Hamlet and the Ur-Hamlet’, in The Renaissance Text: Theory, Editing, Textuality, ed. Andrew Murphy, (Manchester; New York : Manchester University Press ; New York : Distributed exclusively in the U.S.A. by St. Martin’s Press, 2000), 177-190

Location

Warwick Library PR 418 T2


1991

Siemon, James R., ‘Dialogical Formalism: Word, Object, and Action in The Spanish Tragedy’, Medieval and Renaissance Drama in England. An Annual Gathering of Research Criticism and Reviews V, 5 (1991), 87-115

Keywords

drama, dramaturgy, staging, relationship to dialogism, application of theories of Bakhtin, Mikhail Mikhailovich

Location

Warwick Library


1994

Siemon, James R., ‘Sporting Kyd’, English Renaissance Drama, 24.3 (Autumn, 1994), 553-582

Keywords

Kyd, Thomas – The Spanish Tragedy, drama, innovation, relationship to Jonson, Ben, Shakespeare, William, application of theories of Bakhtin, Mikhail Mikhailovich

Location

Warwick Library


1991

Shapiro, James, ‘“Tragedies Naturally Performed”: Kyd’s representation of Violence, The Spanish Tragedy’, in Kastan, David Scott and Peter Stallybrass, eds., Staging the Renaissance: Reinterpretations of Elizabethan and Jacobean Drama (New York: Routledge, 1991), 99-113

Keywords

drama, treatment of violence, new historical approach

Location

Warwick Library PN 2589 S8


1983

Shaheen, Naseeb, ‘A Warning for Fair Women and the Ur-Hamlet’, Notes and Queries, 30.2 [228], (Apr. 1983), 126-7

Location

Link via University of Warwick Library (Oxford Journals Online Archives)


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