All entries for Tuesday 26 September 2006

September 26, 2006

1990

Braunmuller, A. R., ‘“Second Means”: Agent and Accessory in Elizabethan Drama’, in Magnusson, A. L. and C. E. McGee, eds., The Elizabethan Theatre XI, Papers given at the Eleventh International Conference on Elizabethan Theatre held at the University of Waterloo, Ontario, in July 1985, (Port Credit: P.D. Meany, 1990), 177-203

Keywords

drama, treatment of legal agency, study example Kyd, Thomas – The Spanish Tragedy , Greene, Robert – Friar Bacon and Friar Bungay, James IV, Shakespeare, William – The Two Gentlemen of Verona

Location

Beyond Warwick Library


1985

Braden, Gordon, ‘Ch.VI. Toward Shakespeare’, in Renaissance Tragedy and the Senecan Tradition: Anger’s Privilege (New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 1985), 200-216, notes 247-25

Reviews:

Patey, D. L., Choice, 23.1 (Sep. 1985), 102

Aggeler, Geoffrey, Western Humanities Review, 40.4 (Winter, 1986), 383-86

Bulman, James C., Shakespeare Bulletin, 4.5 (Sep.-Oct. 1986), 31

Trousdale, Marion, Medieval and Renaissance Drama in England, 4 (1989), 223-27

Keywords

European drama, tragedy, history and criticism, Roman influences, Seneca

Location

Warwick Library PN 1896 B7


1987

Braden, Gordon, ‘Thomas Kyd’, in Elizabethan Dramatists, vol. 62 of Dictionary of Literary Biography, gen. ed. Fredson Bowers, (Detroit: Gale, 1987), 183-95

Location

Beyond Warwick Library


1935

Bradbrook, M. C., Themes and Conventions in Elizabethan Tragedy (Cambridge: CUP, 1st ed. 1935, 2nd ed. 1980), 122 and 159

Location

Warwick Library PR 659 T7 (1st ed), PR 654 T7 (2nd ed)


1985

Bradbrook, M. C., ‘Shakespeare and His Contemporaries: Other Poets and Playwrights’, in William Shakespeare: His World, His Work, His Influence, (3 vols.), vol. 2, ed. John F. Andrews, (New York: Scribner’s, 1985), 331-42

Location

Beyond Warwick Library


1914

Boyer, Clarence Valentine, ‘Ch.5. Marlowe and the Machiavellian Villain-Hero’ and ‘Ch.8. The Revengeful Villain-Hero’, in The Villain as Hero in Elizabethan Tragedy (London: George Routledge and Sons; New York: E. P. Dutton & Co., 1914), 40-59 and 99-132

Location

Warwick Library PR 659 T7


1938

Bowers, Fredson, ‘A Note on The Spanish Tragedy’, Modern Language Notes, 53.8 (Dec. 1938), 590-591

Keywords

The Spanish Tragedy (ca. 1589), drama, treatment of soliloquy, of Hieronimo (character), sources in Bible

Location

Link via University of Warwick Library (JSTOR)

‘A Note on The Spanish Tragedy’


1940

Bowers, Fredson, ‘Ch.III. The Spanish Tragedy and the Ur-Hamlet’ and ‘Ch.IV. The School of Kyd’, in Elizabethan Revenge Tragedy 1587-1642 (1st published by Princeton, Princeton: Princeton UP, 1940; Gloucester, Mass.: Peter Smith, 1959), 62-154

Location

Warwick Library PR 659 T6


1959

Bowers, Fredson, ‘The Death of Hamlet: A Study in Plot and Character’, in Studies in The English Renaissance Drama, eds. Josephine W. Bennett, Oscar Cargill, and Vernon Hall, Jr., (London: Peter Owen & Vision Press, 1st 1959, 1961), 28-42

Location

Warwick Library PR 651 B3


1929

Boas, Frederick S., ‘Ch.3. Marlowe in London: The Charges of Kyd and Baines’ and ‘Appendix I. Allegations against Marlowe in Kyd’s Letters’, in Marlowe and His Circle: A Biographical Survey (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1929), 56-78 and 139-142

Keywords

Marlowe-biography, Canterbury and Cambridge: The three Christopher Morleys, Robert Poley: Prisoner, spy, and ‘complotter’, Marlowe in London: The charges of Kyd and Baines, The ‘atheism’ of Richard Chomley and Sir Walter Raleigh, Marlowe’s death and the coroner’s inquest,The survivors and the sequel, Allegations against Marlowe in Thomas Kyd’s letters

Location

Warwick Library PR 2673 B6


1933

Boas, Frederick S., ‘Ch.7. Thomas Kyd and the Revenge Tragedies’ and ‘Ch.10. The University Wits and Their Experiments’, in An Introduction to Tudor Drama (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1933), 94-110 and 151-169

Location

Warwick Library PR 646 B6


1901

Boas, Frederick S., ‘Introduction’, in The Works of Thomas Kyd (Oxford: The Clarendon Press, 1st ed. 1901, additions 1955, 1962), XIII-CXII

Reviews:

Thorndike, A. H., ‘English Literature’, Modern Language Notes, 17.5 (May, 1902) 142-147 (JSTOR)

Tupper, James W., ‘The Works pf Thomas Kyd’, The American Journal of Philology, 23.1 (1902), 87-93 (JSTOR)

Location

Warwick Library PR 2651


1940

Boas, Frederick S., ‘Ch.XIV. Marlowe’s Accusers: Greene and Kyd’, in Christopher Marlowe. A Biographical and Critical Study (Oxford: Clarendon, 1940), 236-244

Location

Warwick Library PR 2673


1896,1910

Boas, Frederick S., ‘Ch.IV. Kyd, Lyly, and Peele’, in Shakespeare and His Predecessors (New York: Gordian, 1st 1896, London: Murray, 1910), 62-66

Location

Warwick Library PR 2976 B6


1970

Bluestone, Max, and Norman Rabkin, eds., ‘The Theme and Structure of The Spanish Tragedy’, Shakespeare’s Contemporaries: Modern Studies in English Renaissance Drama (New Jersey: Prentice-Hall, 2nd ed. 1970)

Sections

Wolfgang Clemen, ‘The Uses of Rhetoric’, 47-56

William K. Wiatt, ‘The Dramatic Function of the Alexandro-Villuppo Episode in The Spanish Tragedy’, 57-60

G. K. Hunter, ‘Ironies of Justice in The Spanish Tragedy’, 61-74

Keywords

Shakespeare’s contemporaries, history and criticism

Location

Warwick Library PR 653 B5


1968

Bevington, D., ‘Ch.17. Satire and the State’, in Tudor Drama and Politics. A Critical Approach to Topical Meaning (Cambridge: Massachusetts, 1968), 260-288

Location

Warwick Library PR 649 P6


1995

Bevington D., R. Strier, and David Smith, eds., The Theatrical City: Culture, Theatre and Politics in London (Cambridge: CUP, 1995)

Keywords

16th and 17th century England, London, history and criticism, politics in literature and theatre, literature and anthropology, politics and government, London (England) in civilization and literature

Location

Warwick Library PR 658 P6


1965

Berry, Francis, ‘Ch.III. Kyd and the Inset’ and ‘Ch.VIII.3. The Play within the play’, in The Shakespeare Inset: Word and Picture (London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1965; Carbondale: Southern Illinois UP, 1971), 30-40 and 129-137

Location

Warwick Library PR 3091 B3


1969

Bercovitch, Sacvan, ‘Love and Strife in Kyd’s Spanish Tragedy’, Studies in English Literature, 1500-1900, 9.2, Elizabethan and Jacobean Drama (Spring, 1969), 215-229

Keywords

dramatic structure, treatment of love, strife, sources in Empedocles (fl. 444 B.C.)

Location

Link via University of Warwick Library (JSTOR)

‘Love and Strife in Kyd’s Spanish Tragedy’


1980

Bentley, Greg, ‘Kyd’s The Spanish Tragedy’, Explicator, 39.1 (Fall, 1980), 17-19

Location

Beyond Warwick Library


1971

Bentley, Gerald Eades, ‘Ch. 11. Revision’, in The Profession of Dramatist in Shakespeare’s Time 1590-1642 (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1971), 235-263

Keywords

17th century England, history, criticism, theatre, actors, playwriting

Location

Warwick Library PR 658 A8


1985

Belsey, Catherine, The Subject of Tragedy: Identity and Difference in Renaissance Drama (London, NY: Methuen, 1985), 75-78 and 113-14

Keywords

Renaissance England, Early modern and Elizabethan drama, history and criticism, sex role in literature, drama-psychological aspects, difference (psychology) in literature, identity (psychology) in literature

Location

Warwick Library PR 658 W6


1992

Bate, Jonathan, ‘The Performance of Revenge: Titus Andronicus and The Spanish Tragedy’, in Laroque, Francois, ed., The Show Within: Dramatic and Other Insets: English Renaissance Drama (1500-1642) (2 vols), vol. II, (Montpellier: Paul-Valery UP, 1992), 267-283

Keywords

Shakespeare, William, Titus Andronicus, tragedy, framing, relationship to performance, treatment of revenge, compared to Kyd, Thomas, The Spanish Tragedy

Location

Beyond Warwick Library


1984

Barton, Anne, ‘Jonson and the Elizabethans’, in Ben Jonson, Dramatist (Cambridge: CUP, 1984) 13-28

Location

Warwick Library PR 2638 B2


1995

Barrie, Robert, ‘“Unknown Languages” and Subversive Play in The Spanish Tragedy’, Explorations in Renaissance Culture, 21 (1995), 63-80

Keywords

The Spanish Tragedy (ca. 1589), drama, word play, as subversion

Location

Beyond Warwick Library


1966

Barish, Jonas A., ‘The Spanish Tragedy, or The Pleasures and Perils of Rhetoric’, in Brown, John Russell and Bernard Harris, eds., Elizabethan Theatre (London: Edward Arnold, 1966), 59-85

Location

Warwick Library PR 653 E5


1988

Barber, C. L., ‘Ch.3 Unbroken Passion: Social piety and Outrage in The Spanish Tragedy’, in Creating Elizabethan Tragedy: The Theatre of Marlowe and Kyd (Chicago: Chicago University Press, 1988), 131-163

Reviews:

Stephenson, James, Library Journal, 112.20 (Dec. 1987), 112-13 (Business Source Premier) link

Levenson, Jill L., ‘Recent Studies in Elizabethan and Jacobean Drama’, Studies in English Literature, 1500-1900, 28.2 (Spring, 1988), 331-89 (342) (JSTOR)

Redding, D. C., Choice, 25.11-12 (Jul.-Aug. 1988), 1691

Charney, Maurice, ‘Creating Elizabethan Tragedy’, Renaissance Quarterly, 41.4 (Winter, 1988), 746-49 (JSTOR)

Renaissance Drama Excluding Shakespeare, Year’s Work in English Studies, 69 (1988), 259-60

Martin, Randall, Queen’s Quarterly, 96.3 (Autumn, 1989), 710-11

Wymer, Rowland, English Studies, 71.3 (Jun. 1990), 277-78

Clare, Janet, ‘Creating Elizabethan Tragedy’, Review of English Studies, ns 41.164 (Nov. 1990), 556-58 (JSTOR)

Kahn, Coppélia, ‘Creating Elizabethan Tragedy’, Modern Philology, 88.2 (Nov. 1990), 188-91 (JSTOR)

Sorge, Thomas, Zeitschrift für Anglistik und Amerikanistik, 39.3/4 (1991), 323

Keywords

Christopher Marlowe, Thomas Kyd, criticism and interpretation, history, Elizabethan England, tragedy

Location

Beyond Warwick Library


1925

Baldwin, T. W., ‘On the Chronology of Thomas Kyd’s Plays’, Modern Language Notes, 40.6 (Jun. 1925), 343-349

Location

Link via University of Warwick Library (JSTOR)

On the Chronology of Thomas Kyd’s Plays


1935

Baker, Howard, ‘Ghosts and Guides: Kyd’s “Spanish Tragedy” and the Medieval Tragedy’, Modern Philology, 33.1 (Aug. 1935), 27-35

Keywords

Kyd, Thomas, The Spanish Tragedy (ca. 1589), drama, treatment of ghost, revenge, relationship to guide, in journey to other world, compared to Sackville, Thomas, 1st Earl of Dorset and Baron Buckhurst (1536-1608), Induction (1563), The Complaint of Henry Duke of Buckingham (1563)

Location

Link via University of Warwick Library (JSTOR)

Ghosts and Guides: Kyd’s “Spanish Tragedy” and the Medieval Tragedy


1939, 1965

Baker, Howard, ‘Ch.III. The Spanish Tragedy, Titus Andronicus and Senecanism’, in Induction to Tragedy: A Study in a Development of Form in Gorboduc, The Spanish Tragedy and Titus Andronicus(Louisiana: Louisiana State UP, 1939; reissued Russell & Russell, INC, 1965), 106-153

Keywords

Elizabethan Tragedy, Senecanism, history and criticism, comparative study Kyd’s The Spanish Tragedy, Shakespeare’s Titus Andronicus, Thomas Norton’s Ferrex and Porrex, Thomas Sackville, 1st Earl of Dorset

Location

Warwick Library PR 659 T7


1967

Baker, Howard, ‘The Formation of the Heroic Medium’, in Elizabethan Poetry: Modern Essays in Criticism, ed. by Paul J. Alpers, (London: OUP, 1967), 126-168

Location

Warwick Library PR 533 A5


1980

Baines, Barbara J., ‘Kyd’s Silenus Box and the Limits of Perception’, Journal of Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 10 (1980), 41-51

Location

Warwick Library


1983

Baines, Barbara J., ‘Antonio’s Revenge: Marston’s Play on Revenge Plays’, Studies in English Literature, 1500-1900, 23.2, Elizabethan and Jacobean Drama (Spring, 1983), 277-294

Keywords

John Marston, Antonio’s Revenge(1599), drama, as metatragedy, relationship to revenge tragedy

Location

Link via Univerity of Warwick Library (JSTOR)

Antonio’s Revenge: Marston’s Play on Revenge Plays


1972

Ayres, Philip J., ‘Marston’s Antonio’s Revenge: The Morality of the Revenging Hero’, Studies in English Literature, 1500-1900, 12.2, Elizabethan and Jacobean Drama (Spring, 1972), 359-374

Keywords

John Marston, Antonio’s Revenge (1599), drama, parody, of hero, of revenge tragedy, treatment of appearance, relationship to reality

Location

Link via University of Warwick Library (JSTOR)

Marston’s Antonio’s Revenge: The Morality of the Revenging Hero


1983

Astington, John, ‘Gallows Scenes on the Elizabethan Stage’, Theatre Notebook, 37.1 (1983), 3-9

Location

Beyond Warwick Library


1990

Astington, John, ‘The London Stage in the 1580s’, in Magnusson, A. L. and C. E. McGee, eds., The Elizabethan Theatre XI, Papers given at the Eleventh International Conference on Elizabethan Theatre held at the University of Waterloo, Ontario, in July 1985, (Port Credit: P.D. Meany, 1990), 19-32

Location

Beyond Warwick Library


1977

Ardolino, Frank R., ‘“Veritas Filia Temporis”: Time, Perspective, and Justice in The Spanish Tragedy’, Studies in Iconography {Highland Heights, KY}, 3 (1977), 57-69

Keywords

themes and figures, role of emblems, sources in Lucian

Location

Beyond Warwick Library


1977

Ardolino, Frank R., ‘The Hangman’s Noose and the Empty Box: Kyd’s Use of Dramatic and Mythological Sources in The Spanish Tragedy (III.iv-vii)’, Renaissance Quarterly, 30.3 (Autumn, 1977), 334-340

Location

Link via University of Warwick Library (JSTOR)

The Hangman’s Noose and the Empty Box: Kyd’s Use of Dramatic and Mythological Sources in The Spanish Tragedy


1980

Ardolino, Frank R., ‘“Sit we down to see the Mystery”: Detection and Allegory in The Spanish Tragedy’, Allegorica: A Journal of Medieval and Renaissance Literature, 5.2 (Winter, 1980), 168-176

Location

Beyond Warwick Library


1983

Ardolino, Frank R., ‘Hieronimo as St. Jerome in The Spanish Tragedy’, Études Anglaises, 36.4 (Oct-Dec, 1983), 435-437

Location

Warwick Library


1984

Ardolino, Frank R., ‘Corrida of Blood in The Spanish Tragedy: Kyd’s Use of Revenge as National Identity’, Medieval and Renaissance Drama in England, 1(1984), 37-49

Location

Warwick Library


1985

Ardolino, Frank R., ‘The Bearing of Deadly Letters: ‘Uriah’’s Letter’ in Marlowe, Kyd, and Shakespeare’, Journal of Evolutionary Psychology, 6.3-4 (Aug. 1985), 292-301

Location

Beyond Warwick Library


1985

Ardolino, Frank R., Thomas Kyd’s Mystery Play: Myth and Ritual in The Spanish Tragedy (NY: Peter Lang, 1985)

Reviews:

Year’s Work in English Studies, 66 (1985), 263

Neuse, Richard, Sixteenth Century Journal, 18.3 (Fall, 1987), 431

Keywords

relationship to allegory, mystery, myth, ritual

Location

Warwick Library PR 2657.A7


1990

Ardolino, Frank R., ‘“Now I Shall See the Fall of Babylon”: The Spanish Tragedy as Protestant Apocalypse’, Shakespeare Yearbook, 1 (Spring, 1990), 93-115

Keywords

drama, treatment of the apocalypse, anti-Christ, relationship to Catholicism, Protestantism, sources in New Testament, Revelation

Location

Beyond Warwick Library


1990

Ardolino, Frank R., ‘“In Paris? Mass, and Well Remembered!”: Kyd’s The Spanish Tragedy and the English Reaction to St. Bartholomew’s Day Massacre’, Sixteenth Century Journal, 21.3 (Autumn, 1990), 401-409

Location

Link via University of Warwick Library

“In Paris? Mass, and Well Remembered!”: Kyd’s The Spanish Tragedy and the English Reaction to St. Bartholomew’s Day Massacre


1990

Ardolino, Frank R., ‘“Now I Shall See the Fall of Babylon”: The Spanish Tragedy as a Reformation Play of Daniel’, Renaissance and Reformation/ Renaissance et Reforme, 26.1 (Winter, 1990), 49-55

keywords

drama, relationship to Reformation, sources in Old Testament, Daniel

Location

Warwick Library


1995

Ardolino, Frank R., ‘Contention within a Little Room: Marlowe, Kyd, the Dutch Church Libel, and the Paris Massacre’, Journal of Evolutionary Psychology, 16.3-4 (Aug. 1995), 242-47

Location

Beyond Warwick University


1995

Ardolino, Frank R., Apocalypse and Armada in Kyd’s Spanish Tragedy, Sixteenth Century Essays and Studies, vol. XXIX, (Kirksville: MO, USA, 1995)

Keywords

dating study, Hermeneutics, Historicism, Revenge in literature, Theatre and Politics, Apocalypse in literature, Protestantism in literature, Reformation in literature, Armada in literature, Literature and History, History and Religion, Literature and Religion, 16th century England, Spain and Portugal, English-Spanish relations, Spanish-Portuguese relations

Review

Carman, Glenn, ‘Review’, Renaissance Quarterly, 50.2 (Summer, 1997), 617-8 (JSTOR)

Location

Beyond Warwick Library


2002

Ardolino, Frank R., ‘The Influence of Spenser’s Faerie Queen on Kyd’s Spanish Tragedy’, Early Modern Literary Studies: A Journal of Sixteenth- and Seventeenth-Century English Literature, 7.3 (Jan., 2002), 4.1-70

Location

Open access website

The Influence of Spenser’s Faerie Queen on Kyd’s Spanish Tragedy


2002

Ardolino, Frank R., Review of Lukas Erne’s Beyond the Spanish Tragedy: a Study of the Works of Thomas Kyd (2001), Early Modern Literary Studies 8.2 (Sept. 2002), 17.1-20

Location

Open access website

Review of Lukas Erne’s Beyond the Spanish Tragedy: a Study of the Works of Thomas Kyd


2003

Ardolino, Frank R., ‘Thomas Dekker’s Use of Kyd’s The Spanish Tragedy in Satiromastix’, English Language Notes, 41.1 (Sept. 2003), 7-18

Location

Warwick Library


1978

Andrews, Michael Cameron, ‘Hamlet: Revenge and the Critical Mirror’, English Literary Renaissance, 8.1 (Winter, 1978), 9-23

Location

Warwick Library


1979

Andrews, John F., ‘ “Dearly Bought Revenge”: Samson Agonistes, Hamlet, and Elizabethan Revenge Tragedy’, Milton Studies, 13 (1979), 81-107

Location

Warwick Library


1978

Altman, Joel B., ‘Ch.V. “It Words Might Serve”: Marlowe’s Supposes’, in The Tudor Play of Mind: Rhetorical Inquiry and the Development of Elizabethan Drama (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1978), 267-82

Location

Warwick Library PR 649 R4


1999

Allman, Eileen Jorge, ‘Ch.3. The Revenger as Rival Author’, in Jacobean Revenge Tragedy and the Politics of Virtue (Newark: University of Delaware Press; London; Cranbury, NJ: Associated University Presses, 1999), 57-85

Keywords

17th century, history and criticism, revenge in literature, political plays, virtue, tragedy, politics and literature

Location

Warwick Library PR 659 T7


1984

Aikin, Judith P., ‘The Audience Within the Play: Clues to Intended Audience Reaction in German Baroque Tragedies and Comedies’, Daphnis, 13.1-2 (1984), 187-201 [On the German adaptation of The Spanish Tragedy]

Location

Beyond Warwick Library


1987

Aggeler, Geoffrey, ‘The Eschatological Crux in The Spanish Tragedy’, Journal of English and Germanic Philology, 86.3 (Jul. 1987), 319-331

Keywords

The Spanish Tragedy, drama, treatment of beliefs, compared to judgment , relationship to classical tragedy, Christianity

Location

Warwick Library


1978

Adams, Robert P., A Companion to Shakespeare. The Non-Shakespearean Elizabethan Drama: An Introduction (Washington: UP of America, 1978), 91-99

Location

Beyond Warwick Library


1979

Adams, Robert P., ‘Despotism, Censorship, and Mirrors of Power Politics in Late Elizabethan Times’, Sixteenth Century Journal, 10.3, Renaissance Studies (Autumn, 1979), 5-16

Location

Link via Univeristy of Warwick Library (JSTOR)

Despotism, Censorship, and Mirrors of Power Politics in Late Elizabethan Times


1969

Adams, Barry, ‘The Audiences of The Spanish Tragedy’, Journal of English and Germanic Philology, 68 (1969), 221-236

Location

Warwick Library


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