All entries for Thursday 28 September 2006

September 28, 2006

1967

Freeman, Arthur, Thomas Kyd: Facts and Problems (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1967)

Keywords

Thomas Kyd, early life, circle, later life, arrest;
The Spanish Tragedy: authorship, sources, date, structure, style; 16th/17th century: print history, stage history, Jacobean parodies, imitations;
criticism: Soliman and Perseda;
translations: lost works, apocrypha, letters to Sir John Puckering.

Reviews:

Sjögren, Gunnar, Moderna Sprak, 62.2 (1968), 178-79

Sprott, S. E., Dalhousie Review, 48.1 (Spring 1968), 122

Choice, 5 (May 1968), 362

Hunter, G. K., ‘Review’, Notes and Queries, 213[ns 15].7 (July 1968), 272-73 Oxford Journals Online Archives

Gunby, D. C., AUMLA, 30 (Nov. 1968), 243-45

Pendry, E. D.,‘Review’ , Review of English Studies, ns 19.76 (Nov. 1968), 430-31

Edwards, Philip, Modern Language Review, 64.2 (April 1969), 386-87

Cairncross, Andrew S., Shakespeare Studies, 5 (1970), 321-25

Levin, Richard, Review , Modern Philology, 67.3 (Feb. 1970), 282-85 (JSTOR)

van Fossen, R. W., English Language Notes, 7.3 (March 1970), 217-19

Location

Warwick Library PR 2656 F7


1969

Freeman, Arthur, ‘The Printing of The Spanish Tragedy’, Library: A Quarterly Journal of Bibliography, 24 (1969), 187-199

Location

Warwick Library


1973

Freeman, Arthur, ‘Marlowe, Kyd, and the Dutch Church Libel’, English Literary Renaissance, 3.1 (1973), 44-52

Location

Warwick Library


1976

Freeman, Arthur, ‘Inaccuracy and Castigation: The Lessons of Error’, in Anne Lancashire, ed., Editing Renaissance Dramatic Texts, English, Italian, and Spanish: papers given at the eleventh annual Conference on Editorial Problems, University of Toronto, 31 October-1 November 1975, (New York, London: Garland, 1976), 97-120

Location

Warwick Library PN 242 C6


2003

Freeman, Arthur, ‘Thomas Hawkins, Richard Farmer, and the Authorship of The Spanish Tragedy’, Notes and Queries, 50.2 [248], (Jun. 2003), 214-215

Location

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


1988

Fraser, Russell, Young Shakespeare (New York, Guilford: Columbia UP, 1988), 156-58 and 161-62

Location

Warwick Library PR 2903 F7


1912

Forsythe, R. S., ‘Some Parallels to Passages in The First Part of Jeronimo’, Modern Language Notes, 27.4 (Apr. 1912), 110-111

Location

Link via University of Warwick Library (JSTOR)

Some Parallels to Passages in The First Part of Jeronimo


1980

Forker, Charles R., ‘Titus Andronicus, Hamlet, and Limits of Expressibility’, Hamlet Studies, 2.2 (Winter, 1980), 1-33

Location

Beyond Warwick Library


1970

Foakes, R. A., ‘Tragedy at the Children’s Theatres after 1600: A Challenge to the Adult Stage’, in The Elizabethan Theatre II, ed. David Galloway, (London: Macmillan, 1970), 37-59

Location

Warwick Library PN 2589 I6


1985

Foakes, R. A., Illustrations of the English Stage 1580-1642 (London: Scolar; Stanford: Stanford UP, 1985), 104-6

Location

Warwick Library PN 2589 A25


1999

Findlay, Alison, ‘Ch.2. Revenge Tragedy’, in A Feminist Perspective on Renaissance Drama (Oxford, Massachusetts: Blackwell, 1999), 49-86

Location

Warwick Library PR 658 W6


1991

Feinberg-Jütte, Anat, ‘Painters and Counterfeiters: The Painting Artist in Elizabethan and Stuart Drama’, Arbeiten aus Anglistik und Amerikanistik, 16.1 (1991), 3-12

Location

Beyond Warwick Library


1970

Faber, M. D., and Colin Skinner, ‘The Spanish Tragedy: Act IV’, Philological Quarterly, 49 (1970), 444-459

Location

Warwick Library


1905

Evans, M. Blakemore, ‘Der Bestrafte Brudermord and Shakespeare’s Hamlet’, Modern Philology, 2.3 (Jan. 1905), 433-449

Location

Link via University of Warwick Library (JSTOR)

Der Bestrafte Brudermord and Shakespeare’s Hamlet


1997

Erne, Lukas, ‘W. E. Burton’s Dramatic Works of Thomas Kyd of 1848’, Notes and Queries, 44.4 [242], (1997), 485-7

Location

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


2000

Erne, Lukas, ‘Enter the Ghost of Andrea: Recovering Thomas Kyd’s Two-Part Play’, English Literary Renaissance, 30.3 (Autumn, 2000), 339-72

Location

Warwick Library


2001

Erne, Lukas, ‘Thomas Kyd’s Christian Tragedy’, Renaissance Papers, (2001), 17-34

Location

Beyond Warwick Library


2001

Erne, Lukas, Beyond The Spanish Tragedy: a Study of the works of Thomas Kyd (Manchester: MUP, 2001)

Keywords

Thomas Kyd: life, education, works, complete works, critical studies; The Spanish Tragedy: origin, sources, editions, editors, additions, adaptations, stage history – directors, productions, critical survey;
Kyd’s works: Don Horatio, First Part of Hieronimo, Soliman and Perseda, Hamlet, Cornelia, apocrypha;
Elizabethan plays, playwrights, theatres, life, publishing, history

Reviews:

Ardolino, Frank, Review, Early Modern Literary Studies 8.2 (September, 2002), 17.1-20

McCabe, R. A., Review , Review of English Studies, Volume 54.216 (Sept. 2003), 525-526

L. L. Bronson, ‘Review’, Choice, June 2002

Emma Smith, ‘Review’, Times Literary Supplement, 3 May 2002, No.5170 (Factiva)

Reviews excerpts

Location

Warwick Library PR 2657 E7


1987

Epperly, Elizabeth R., ‘Trollope Reading Old Drama’, English Studies in Canada, 13.3 (Sep. 1987), 281-303

Location

Beyond Warwick Library


2002

Engel, William E., ‘Ch.1 “Common places of memory”: Visual Regimes and Charmed Spaces’, in Death and Drama in Renaissance England (Oxford, New York: OUP, 2002), 37-64

Location

Warwick Library PR 658 D32


1956

Empson, William, ‘The Spanish Tragedy’, Nimbus, III.3 (1956), 16-29

Reprinted in R. J. Kaufmann, ed., Elizabethan Drama: Modern Essays in Criticism (London: OUP, 1961), 60-80

Keywords

the Ghost of Andrea

Location

journal Warwick Library
book Warwick Library PR 653 K2


1994

Empson, William, ‘The Spanish Tragedy (II)’, in Essays on Renaissance Literature, Volume Two: The Drama, ed. by John Haffenden (Cambridge: CUP, 1994), 41-65

Location

Warwick Library PR 423 E6


1963

Eliot, T. S., ‘Seneca in Elizabethan Translation (1927)’, and ‘Cyril Tourneur (1930)’, in Elizabethan Dramatists (London: Faber and Faber, 1st ed.1963, 1968), 11-57 and 107-119

Keywords

Seneca in Elizabethan translation, English revenge plays, Christopher Marlowe, Ben Jonson, Thomas Middleton, Thomas Heywood, Cyril Tourneur, John Ford, Philip Massinger, John Marston

Location

Warwick Library PR 653 E5


1989

Eggler, Bruce, ‘Shakespeare Who? The Plot Thickens’, New Orleans Times-Picayune, 22 October 1989, B1 and B7

Location

Beyond Warwick Library


1966

Edwards, Philip, Rev. of The Spanish Tragedy ed. by B. L. Joseph (1964), Modern Language Review, 61.1 (Jan. 1966), 104-5

Location

Warwick Library


1966

Edwards, Philip, Thomas Kyd and Early Elizabethan Tragedy (London and New York: Longman, 1966)

Location

Warwick Library PR 105


1983

Edwards, Philip, ‘Shakespeare and Kyd’, in Muir, Kenneth, Jay Halio, and D. J. Palmer, eds., Shakespeare, Man of the Theater, (Newark: University of Delaware Press, 1983), 148-154

Location

Warwick Library PR 2889 I6


1985

Edwards, Philip, ‘Introduction’ to Shakespeare, William, Hamlet, ed. by Philip Edwards, (Cambridge: CUP, 1st 1985, 2nd 2003), 1-8 and 58-61

Keywords

Hamlet sources, dates, The Spanish Tragedy, Ur-Hamlet, ghost

Location

Warwick Library PR 2807


1990

Edwards, Philip, ‘Thrusting Elysium to Hell: The Originality of The Spanish Tragedy’, 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), 117-132

Location

Warwick Library


2002

Dunn, Kevin, ‘“Action, Passion, Motion”: The Gestural Politics of Counsel in The Spanish Tragedy’, Renaissance Drama, 31 (2002), 27-60

Location

Warwick Library


1931

Dunkel, Wilbur D., ‘The Authorship of The Revenger’s Tragedy’, PMLA, 46.3 (Sep. 1931), 781-785

Location

Link via University of Warwick Library (JSTOR)

The Authorship of _The Revenger’s Tragedy


1968

Dudrap, Claude, ‘La Tragédie Espagnole face à la critique élisabéthaine et jacobéenne’, in Dramaturgie et Société: Rapports entre l’oeuvre théâtrale, son interprétation et son public aux XVIe et XVIIe siècles (2 vols.), vol. 2, ed. Jean Jacquot, avec la collaboration d’Elie Konigson et Marcel Oddon, (Paris: Éditions du Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, 1968), 607-31

Location

Warwick Library PN 1785 D7


1978

Donald, Roslyn Lander, ‘Formulas and Their Imitations: The Spanish Tragedy and Titus Andronicus’, Publications of the Arkansas Philological Association, 4.2 (1978), 13-18

Location

Beyond Warwick Library


1984

Dollimore, Jonathan, Radical Tragedy: Religion, Ideology and Power in the Drama of Shakespeare and His Contemporaries (Brighton, Sussex: Harvester Press, 1984)

Location

Warwick Library PR 651 D6


1995

Dillon, Janette, ‘The Spanish Tragedy and Staging Languages in Renaissance Drama’, Research Opportunities in Renaissance Drama, 34 (1995), 15-40

Keywords

drama, language, in theatrical production

Location

Warwick Library


1998

Dillon, Janette, ‘Ch.6. Shaping a Rhetoric’ and ‘Ch.7. English and Alien’, in Language and Stage in Medieval and Renaissance England (Cambridge: CUP, 1998), 141-161 (end notes 238-240) and 162-187 (end notes 240-243)

Review

Ton Hoenselaars, English Studies, 81.2 (April 2000), 154-5

Location

Warwick Library PR 645 D4


1978

Diehl, Huston, ‘Iconography and Characterization in English Tragedy 1585-1642’, Comparative Drama, 12.2 (Summer, 1978), 113-22

Keywords

tragic drama, 1585-1642, iconography, relationship to characterization, study example Middleton, Thomas, Marston, John

Location

Warwick Library


1980

Diehl, Huston, ‘The Iconography of Violence in English Renaissance Tragedy’, Renaissance Drama, ns 11 (1980), 27-44

Keywords

drama, iconography, treatment of violence, sources in visual arts

Location

Warwick Library


1982

Diehl, Huston, ‘Inversion, Parody, and Irony: The Visual Rhetoric of Renaissance English Tragedy’, Studies in English Literature, 1500-1900, 22.2, Elizabethan and Jacobean Drama (Spring, 1982), 197-209

Keywords

Renaissance, iconography, of stage props, costume, gesture, in theatrical production, of tragic drama, irony, sources in morality play, of Tudor period

Location

Link via University of Warwick Library (JSTOR)

Inversion, Parody, and Irony: The Visual Rhetoric of Renaissance English Tragedy


1991

Diehl, Huston, ‘Observing the Lord’s Supper and the Lord Chamberlain’s Men: The Visual Rhetoric of Ritual and Play in Early Modern England’, Renaissance Drama, 22 (1991), 147-74

Keywords

Kyd, Thomas, drama, treatment of religious rites, recreation, new historical approach

Location

Warwick Library


1997

Diehl, Huston, ‘Ch.4. Rehearsing the Eucharistic Controversies: The Revenge Tragedies’, in Staging Reform. Reforming the Stage. Protestantism and the Popular Theater in Early Modern England (Ithaca and London: Cornell University Press, 1997), 94-124

Location

Warwick Library PR 658 R3


1995

Díaz-Fernández, José Ramón, ‘Thomas Kyd: A Bibliography, 1966-1992’, Bulletin of Bibliography, 52. 1 (Mar. 1995), 1-13

Location

Beyond Warwick Library


1984

Dessen, Alan C., ‘The Logic of ‘This’ on the Open Stage’, in Elizabethan Stage Conventions and Modern Interpreters (Cambridge: CUP, 1984), 53-70

Keywords

reading Elizabethan playscripts, stage directions, clues, Elizabethan darkness vs modern lighting, place vs locale, stage violence, seeing vs not-seeing metaphors

Location

Warwick Library PR 658 T3


1977

Dessen, Alan C., ‘Ch.4. Imagery and Symbolic Action for the Viewer’s Eye’, in Elizabethan Drama and the Viewer’s Eye (Chapel Hill: U of North Carolina Press, 1977), 80-83

Location

Warwick Library PR 655 D3


1984

Dent, R. W., Proverbial Language in English Drama Exclusive of Shakespeare, 1495-1616: An Index (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1984)

Location

Warwick Library PR 658 P7


1987

Dawson, Anthony B., ‘Madness and Meaning: The Spanish Tragedy’, Journal of Dramatic Theory and Criticism, 2.1 (Fall, 1987), 53-67

Location

Beyond Warwick Library


1986

Daalder, Joost, ‘The Role of ‘Senex’ in Kyd’s The Spanish Tragedy’, Comparative Drama, 20.3 (Fall, 1986), 247-260

Keywords

treatment of revenge, relationship to murder, justice, sources in Seneca (d. 65 A.D.)

Location

Warwick Library


1990

Daalder, Joost, ‘Kyd’s The Spanish Tragedy 3.6.89-94’, Explicator, 48.3 (Spring, 1990), 175-6

Keywords

drama, syntax, punctuation

Location

Link via University of Warwick Library (LION)

Kyd’s The Spanish Tragedy 3.6.89-94


1996

Cutts, David, ‘Writing and Revenge: The Struggle for Authority in Thomas Kyd’s The Spanish Tragedy’, Explorations in Renaissance Culture, 22 (1996) 147-59

Keywords

drama, revenge, narrative authority

Location

Beyond Warwick Library


1941

Crundell, H. W., ‘The Authorship of The Spanish Tragedy Additions’, Notes and Queries, 180.1 (1941), 8-9

Location

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


1934

Crundell, H. W., ‘The 1602 Addition to The Spanish Tragedy’, Notes and Queries, 167.5 (1934), 88

Location

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


1933

Crundell, H. W., ‘The 1602 Additions to The Spanish Tragedy’, Notes and Queries, 164.9 (1933), 147-9

Location

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


1990

Crewe, Jonathan V., ‘The Violence of Drama: Towards a Reading of the Senecan Phaedra’, Boundary 2, 17.3 (Fall, 1990), 95-115

Location

Link via University of Warwick Library (JSTOR)

The Violence of Drama: Towards a Reading of the Senecan Phaedra


1963

Crawford, Charles, A Concordance to the Works of Thomas Kyd (Vaduz: Kraus Reprint, 1963)

Location

Warwick Library PR 2412


1992

Craig, D. H., ‘Authorial Styles and the Frequencies of Very Common Words: Jonson, Shakespeare, and the Additions to The Spanish Tragedy’, Style, 26.2, (Summer, 1992), 199-220

Keywords

English literature – 1500-1599, Kyd, Thomas, The Spanish Tragedy, drama, textual variants, (date) 1602, stylometric analysis, attribution of authorship, to Jonson, Ben, Shakespeare, William

Location

Beyond Warwick Library


1968

Coursen, Herbert R., Jr., ‘The Unity of The Spanish Tragedy’, Studies in Philology, 65 (1968), 768-782

Location

Warwick Library


1986

Cook, Judith, ‘Ch.2. Greene, Peele, Chapman and Kyd’ and ‘Ch.8. Bloody Revenge and Tragedy’, in At the Sign of the Swan: An Introduction to Shakespeare’s Contemporaries (London: Harrap, 1986), 46-49 and 113-14

Location

Warwick Library PR 651 C6


1905

Cook, Albert S., ‘Shakespeare, Hamlet 3.4.56’, Modern language Notes, 20.7 (Nov. 1905), 216-217

Keywords

Shakespeare, William, Hamlet, tragedy, sources in Kyd, Thomas, The Tragedy of Solymon and Perseda

Location

Link via University of Warwick Library (JSTOR)

Shakespeare, Hamlet 3.4.56


1974

Colley, John, ‘The Spanish Tragedy and the Theatre of God’s Judgments’, Papers on Language and Literature: A Journal for Scholars and Critics of Language and Literature, 10 (1974), 241-253

Location

Warwick Library


1966

Cole, Douglas, ‘The Comic Accomplice in Elizabethan Revenge Tragedy’, Renaissance Drama, 9 (1966), 125-39

Location

Warwick Library


1983

Cohen, Eileen Z., ‘Hamlet and The Murder of Gonzago: Two Perspectives’, Revue Belge de Philologie et d’Histoire, 61.3 (1983), 543-56

Location

Beyond Warwick Library


1955

Clemen, Wolfgang, ‘Ch.7. Kyd’, in English Tragedy Before Shakespeare: The Development of Dramatic Speech, trans. T.S. Dorsch, (London: Methuen, 1st published 1955, 1961), 100-112

Reprinted as ‘The Uses of Rhetoric’ in Max Bluestone and Norman Rabkin, eds., Shakespeare’s Contemporaries: Modern Studies in English Renaissance Drama (New Jersey: Prentice-Hall, 2nd ed. 1970), 47-56

Location

Warwick Library PR 646 C5


1962

de Chickera, Ernst, ‘Divine Justice and Private Revenge in The Spanish Tragedy’, Modern Language Review, 57 (1962), 228-232

Location

Warwick Library


1979

Charney, Maurice, ‘Shakespeare—and the Others’, Shakespeare Quarterly, 30.3 (Summer, 1979), 325-42

Location

Link via University of Warwick Library (JSTOR)

Shakespeare—and the Others


1974–1975

Cash, Joe L., ‘A Source and Symbolic Function for the Hawk and the Nightingale in The Spanish Tragedy’, McNeese Review, 21 (1974-75), 67-71

Location

Beyond Warwick Library


1989

Caruana, Stephanie, and Elisabeth Sears, Oxford’s “Revenge”: “Shakespeare’s” Dramatic Development from ‘Agamemnon’ to ‘Hamlet’, (Napanoch: Spear Shaker, 1989)

Location

Beyond Warwick Library


1951

Carrère, Felix, Le théâtre de Thomas Kyd : contribution à l’étude du drame élizabéthain (Toulouse: E. Privat, 1951; Philadelphia: R. West, 1984)

Keywords

play history, criticism survey

Location

Warwick Library PR 2656 C2


1895

Carpenter, Frederic Ives, ‘Kyd: Noteworthy Metaphors and Similes in Jeronimo and The Spanish Tragedy – Tropes Common to Various Plays Ascribed to Kyd’, and ‘General Summary and Conclusions’, 49-53 and 161-213, in Metaphor and Simile, (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1895)

Location

Warwick Library PR 658 S8


1962

Cannon, Charles K., ‘The Relation of the Additions of The Spanish Tragedy to the Original Play’, Studies in English Literature, 1500-1900, Elizabethan and Jacobean Drama, 2.2 (Spring, 1962), 229-239

Keywords

The Spanish Tragedy, drama, textual variants, additions, (date) 1602

Location

Link via University of Warwick Library (JSTOR)

The Relation of the Additions of The Spanish Tragedy to the Original Play


1968

Cairncross, S., ‘Thomas Kyd and the Myrmidons’, The Arlington Quarterly, 1.4. (1968), 40-5

Location

Beyond Warwick Library


1999

Byron, Mark, ‘Logic’s Doubt: The Spanish Tragedy and Tamburlaine’, Comitatus: A Journal of Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 30 (1999), 81-94

Keywords

Kyd, Thomas, The Spanish Tragedy, drama, political allegory, compared to Marlowe, Christopher, Tamburlaine the Great, sources in Seneca (d. 65 A.D.)

Location

Beyond Warwick Library


1969

Burrows, Ken C., ‘The Dramatic and Structural Significance of the Portuguese Subplot in The Spanish Tragedy’, Renaissance Papers (1969), 25-35

Location

Beyond Warwick Library


1998

Burnett, Anne Pippin, ‘Ch.1. Huge Frenzy and Quaint Malice: Seneca and the English Renaissance’, in Revenge in Attic and Later Tragedy, Sather Classical Lectures, (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1998), 1-32

Keywords

Revenge in literature, History and Criticism, Greek Drama (Tragedy), Roman Drama, Seneca and English Renaissance

Location

Warwick Library PA 3136.B8

Available as ebook from Netlibrary


1934

Buckley, George T., ‘Who was “The Late Arrian”?’, Modern Language Notes, 49.8 (Dec. 1934), 500-503

Keywords

English literature 1700-1799, Strype, John (1643-1737), Memorials of Thomas Cranmer (1694), prose, treatment of Arianism, relationship to Kyd, Thomas (1558?-1594?)

Location

Link via University of Warwick Library (JSTOR)

Who was “The Late Arrian”?


1971

Broude, Ronald, ‘Time, Truth, and Right in The Spanish Tragedy’, Studies in Philology, 68 (1971), 130-145

Location

Warwick Library


1973

Broude, Ronald, ‘Vindicta Filia Temporis: Three English Forerunners of the Elizabethan Revenge Play’, Journal of English and Germanic Philology, 72.4 (Oct. 1973), 489-502

Location

Warwick Library


1975

Broude, Ronald, ‘Revenge and Revenge Tragedy in Renaissance England’, Renaissance Quarterly, 28.1 (Spring, 1975), 38-58

Keywords

English literature and language, Elizabethan period, drama, revenge tragedy, relationship to legal system, lexical approach to English language (Modern), lexicology

Location

Link via University of Warwick Library (JSTOR)

Revenge and Revenge Tragedy in Renaissance England


1979

Broude, Ronald, ‘Four Forms of Vengeance in Titus Andronicus’, Journal of English and Germanic Philology, 78.4 (Oct. 1979), 494-507

Location

Warwick Library


1972

Brodwin, Leonora Leet, Elizabethan Love Tragedy 1587-1625 (New York: New York UP, 1971; London: University of London Press, 1972), 65-68. [On Soliman and Perseda]

Location

Warwick Library PR 659 T7


1984

Braunmuller, A. R., ‘Early Shakespearian Tragedy and Its Contemporary Context: Cause and Emotion in Titus Andronicus, Richard III, and The Rape of Lucrece’, in Shakespearian Tragedy, eds. Malcolm Bradbury and David Palmer, (London: Edward Arnold; New York: Holmes & Meier, 1984), 96-128

Location

Beyond Warwick Library


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