All entries for Friday 29 September 2006

September 29, 2006

1985

Jacobs, Henry E., ‘The Banquet of Blood and the Masque of Death: Social Ritual and Ideology in English Revenge Tragedy’, Renaissance Papers, (1985), 39-50

Keywords

tragic drama, treatment of revenge, relationship to ideology, power, compared to drama, of Jacobean period

Location

Warwick Library


1976

Jacobs, Edward Craney, ‘An Unnoted Debt to Kyd in King Lear’, American Notes and Queries, 14 (Oct. 1976), 19

Location

Warwick Library


1905

Jack, Albert E., ‘Thomas Kyd and the Ur-Hamlet’, PMLA, 20.4 (1905), 729-748

Location

Link via University of Warwick Library (JSTOR)

Thomas Kyd and the Ur-Hamlet


1981

Ide, Richard S., ‘Elizabethan Revenge Tragedy and the Providential Play-within-a-Play’, Iowa State Journal of Research, 56.1 (Aug. 1981), 91-96

Location

Beyond Warwick Library


1984

Hyde, Thomas, ‘Identity and Acting in Elizabethan Tragedy’, Renaissance Drama, 15 (1984), 93-114

Location

Beyond Warwick Library


2005

Hutson, Lorna, ‘Rethinking the “Spectacle of the Scaffold”: Juridical Epistemologies and English Revenge’, Representations, 89 (2005), 30-58

Location

Available electronically via University of Warwick Library

Rethinking the “Spectacle of the Scaffold”: Juridical Epistemologies and English Revenge (LION)

Rethinking the “Spectacle of the Scaffold”: Juridical Epistemologies and English Revenge (University of California Press Journals)


1978

Hunter, G. K., ‘Ch.7. Seneca and English Tragedy’ and ‘Ch.8. Ironies and Justice in The Spanish Tragedy’, in Dramatic Identities and Cultural Tradition. Studies in Shakespeare and his Contemporaries (Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 1978), 174-213 and 214-229

Includes in revised form:

‘Ironies of Justice in The Spanish Tragedy’, Renaissance Drama, 8 (1965), 89-104, reprinted in Bluestone, Max, and Norman Rabkin, eds., Shakespeare’s Contemporaries: Modern Studies in English Renaissance Drama (New Jersey: Prentice-Hall, 2nd ed. 1970), 61-74

‘Seneca and the Elizabethans: A Case-Study in Influence’, Shakespeare Survey, 20 (1967), 17-26;

‘Seneca and English Tragedy’, in Seneca ed. by C. D. N. Costa (London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1974), 166-204

Location

Warwick Library PR 653 H8


1982

Hunter, G. K., ‘Tyrant and Martyr: Religious Heroism in Elizabethan Tragedy’, in Poetic traditions of the English Renaissance, edited by Maynard Mack and George de Forest Lord, (New Haven; London: Yale University Press, 1982), 85-102

Location

Warwick Library PR 533 M2


1997

Hunter, G. K., ‘On Victim Tragedy in Ch.3. The Emergence of the University Wits: Early Tragedy’, in English Drama 1586-1642: The Age of Shakespeare, The Oxford History of English Literature 6, (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1997), 69-92

Location

Warwick Library PR 651 H8


2000

Hunter, G. K., ‘Tacitus and Kyd’s The Spanish Tragedy’, Notes and Queries, 47.4 [245], (Dec. 2000), 424-425

Location

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


1988

Hunt, Maurice, ‘Compelling Art in Titus Andronicus’, Studies in English Literature, 1500-1900, Elizabethan and Jacobean Drama, 28.2 (Spring, 1988), 197-218

Location

Link via University of Warwick Library (JSTOR)

Compelling Art in Titus Andronicus


1979

Howard, Rebecca M., ‘The Ironic Consolation of The Spanish Tragedy’, Selected Papers from the West Virginia Shakespeare and Renaissance Association, 4 (Spring, 1979), 9-15

Keywords

Latin language literature, Boethius

Location

Beyond Warwick Library


1986_1987

Horwich, Richard, ‘The Setting in The Spanish Tragedy’, CEA Critic: An Official Journal of the College English Association, 49.2-4 (Winter 1986 – Summer 1987), 33-36

Location

Beyond Warwick Library


1999

Hopkins, Lisa, ‘What’s Hercules to Hamlet? The Emblematic Garden in The Spanish Tragedy and Hamlet’, Hamlet Studies: An International Journal of Research of the Tragedie of Hamlet, Prince of Denmarke, 21.1-2 (Summer-Winter, 1999), 114-43

Location

Beyond Warwick Library


1982

Honey, William, The Life, Loves and Achievements of Christopher Marlowe alias Shakespeare (London: privately published, 1982)

Review:

Edwards, Francis, ‘Marlowe’s Second Life?’, The Bard, 4.2 (1984), 68-75

also see Shakespeare

Location

Beyond Warwick Library


1998

Honan, Park, ‘Ch.8. Attitudes’, in Shakespeare: A Life (Oxford: OUP, 1998), 120-144

Location

Warwick Library PR 2894 H6


1988

Holdsworth, R. V., ‘A Biblical Echo in The Spanish Tragedy’, Notes and Queries, 35.1 [233], (Mar. 1988), 36

Location

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


2001

Hoenselaars, Ton, ‘The Seventeenth-Century Reception of English Renaissance Drama in Europe’, SEDERI: Journal of the Spanish Society for English Renaissance Studies, 10 (2001), 69-87

Location

Beyond Warwick Library


2003

Hodgdon, Barbara, ‘Recent Studies in Tudor and Stuart Drama’, Studies in English Literature, 1500-1900, 43.2 (2003), 495-544

Location

Link via University of Warwick Library (Project Muse)

Recent Studies in Tudor and Stuart Drama


1979

Hillman, Richard W., ‘Meaning and Mortality in Some Renaissance Revenge Plays’, University of Toronto Quarterly, 49.1 (Fall, 1979), 1-17

Location

Beyond Warwick Library


1985

Hill, Eugene D., ‘Senecan and Virgilian Perspectives in The Spanish Tragedy’, English Literary Renaissance, 15.2 (Spring, 1985), 143-165

Reprinted in Renaissance Historicism: Selections from English Literary Renaissance, eds. Arthur F. Kinney and Dan S. Collins, (Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 1987), 108-30

Location

Warwick Library


2002

Hill, Eugene D., ‘Revenge Tragedy’, in A Companion to Renaissance Drama, ed. Arthur F. Kinney (Oxford: Blackwell, 2002), 326-335

Location

Warwick Library PR 653 C6


1990

Hibbard, G. R., ‘From “iygging vaines of riming mother wits” to “the spacious volubilitie of a drumming decasillabon”’, The Elizabethan Theatre XI, eds. A. L. Magnusson and C. E. McGee, (Port Credit: P. D. Meany, 1990), 55-73

Location

Beyond Warwick Library


1979

Henke, James T., Courtesans and Cuckolds: A Glossary of Renaissance Dramatic Bawdy (Exclusive of Shakespeare), (New York and London: Garland, 1979)

Location

Beyond Warwick Library


1981

Henke, James T., ‘Politics and Politicians in The Spanish Tragedy’, Studies in Philology, 78 (1981), 353-69

Location

Warwick Library


1985

Helzle, Martin, ‘Seneca and Elizabethan Revenge Tragedy: Aspects of Thomas Kyd’s The Spanish Tragedy and Shakespeare’s Titus Andronicus’, Antike und Abendland, 31.2 (1985), 137-52

Location

Beyond Warwick Library


1984

Hays, Peter L., ‘T. S. Eliot’s The Waste Land’, Explicator, 42.4 (Summer, 1984), 36-38

Location

Beyond Warwick Library


1970

Hawkins, Harriett, ‘Fabulous Counterfeits: Dramatic Construction and Dramatic Perspectives in The Spanish Tragedy, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, and The Tempest’, Shakespeare Studies, 6 (1970), 51-66

Location

Warwick Library


1972

Hawkins, Harriett, ‘“See here my show”: Theatrical Illusion and Realities in The Spanish Tragedy, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, and The Tempest’, in Likenesses of Truth in Elizabethan and Restoration Drama (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1972), 27-50

Location

Warwick Library PR 658 T7


1982

Hattaway, Michael, ‘Ch.4. The Spanish Tragedy: Architectonic Design’, in Elizabethan Popular Theatre: Plays in Performance (London: Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1982), 101-28

Location

Warwick Library PR 2589 H2


1906

Hatcher, O. L., ‘The Ur-Hamlet Problem’, Modern Language Notes, 21.6 (Jun. 1906), 177-180

Location

Link via University of Warwick Library (JSTOR)

The Ur-Hamlet Problem


2000

Hartley, Andrew James, ‘Spaces for Characters in The Spanish Tragedy’, Cahiers Élisabéthains: Études sur la Pré-Renaissance et la Renaissance Anglaises, 58 (Oct. 2000), 1-14

Location

Beyond Warwick Library


1963

Harbage, Alfred, ‘Intrigue in Elizabethan Tragedy’, in Hosley, Richard. ed., Essays in Shakespeare and Elizabethan Drama in Honour of Hardin Craig (London: Routledge and Kegan Paul Ltd., 1963), 37-44

Location

Warwick Library PR 653 H6


1998

Happé, Peter, ‘“Alone in the Place”: Soliloquy in Magnyfycence, Apius and Virginia and The Spanish Tragedy’, in Lascombes, André, ed., Tudor Theatre: ‘Let there be covenants…’: Convention et theatre (Bern: Peter Lang, 1998), 25-44

Keywords

Skelton, John (1460?-1529), Magnyfycence (1515), drama, soliloquy, compared to Apius and Virginia (1575), Kyd, Thomas, The Spanish Tragedy (ca. 1589)

Location

Beyond Warwick Library


1966

Hapgood, Robert, ‘The Judge in the Firie Tower: Another Virgilian Passage in The Spanish Tragedy’, Notes and Queries, 13.8 [211], (Aug. 1966), 287-8

Location

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


2005

Hamlin, William M., ‘Ch.6. The Spanish Tragedy: Doom and The Exile of Justice’, in Tragedy and Scepticism in Shakespeare’s England, (London & New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2005), 155-166

Location

Beyond Warwick Library


1974

Hamilton, Donna B., ‘The Spanish Tragedy: A Speaking Picture’, English Literary Renaissance, 4.2 (Spring, 1974), 203-217

Location

Warwick Library


1985

Hammersmith, James P., ‘The Death of Castile in The Spanish Tragedy’, Renaissance Drama, 16 (1985), 1-16

Location

Warwick Library


1993

Hamelman, Steve, ‘Revenge Tragedy and the Art of the Aside’, Shakespeare and Renaissance Association of West Virginia – Selected Papers, 16 (1993), 64-87

Keywords

English literature 1500-1699, drama, revenge tragedy, aside

Location

Beyond Warwick Library


1977

Hallett, Charles A., ‘Andrea, Andrugio and King Hamlet: The Ghost as Spirit of Revenge’, Philological Quarterly, 56 (1977), 43-64

reprinted in revised form in The Revenger’s Madness: A Study of Revenge Tragedy Motifs, 1980]

Location

Warwick Library


1980

Hallett, Charles A. and Elaine S. Hallett, ‘The Spanish Tragedy’, in The Revenger’s Madness: A Study of Revenge Tragedy Motifs(Lincoln, (Neb.); London: University of Nebraska Press, 1980), 131-160

See also:

‘The Ghost and Its Call to Excess’ (17-34)

‘Madness as a Dramatic Symbol’ (41-59)

‘The Revenger’s Madness and Renaissance Psychological Theory’ (61-83)

‘The Other Motifs’ (84-100)

‘The Revenge Experience as Tragedy’ (101-130)

Reviews:

Choice, 18 (1981), 1545

Keyishian, Harry, Medieval and Renaissance Drama in England, 1 (1984), 271-74

Quinn, Edward, Review , Renaissance Quarterly, 36.4 (Winter, 1983), 665-7

Yeats, D., English Drama 1550-1660 Excluding Shakespeare, Year’s Work in English Studies, 61 (1980), 161-181 (164)

Location:

Warwick Library PR 659 T7


1991

Hall, Joan Lord, ‘Introduction’, in The Dynamics of Role-playing in Jacobean Tragedy (NY: St. Martin’s Press, 1991), 1-22

Location

Warwick Library PR 659 T7


1992

Hadfield, Andrew, ‘The Spanish Tragedy and The Elizabethan Homilies’, Notes and Queries, 39.3 [237], (Sept. 1992), 307-8

Location

Warwick Library


1999

Hadfield, Andrew, ‘A Handkerchief Dipped in Blood in The Spanish Tragedy: An Anti-Catholic Reference?’, Notes and Queries, 46.2 [244], (Jun. 1999), 197

Location

Link via University of Warwick (Oxford Journals Online Archives)


2000

Hadfield, Andrew, ‘The Spanish Tragedy, the Alencon Marriage Plans, and John Stubb’s Discoverie of a Gaping Gulf’, Notes and Queries, 47.1 [245], (Mar. 2000), 42-3

Location

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


1935

Grubb, Marion, ‘Kyd’s Borrowing from Garnier’s Bradamante’, Modern Language Notes, 50.3 (Mar. 1935), 169-171

Location

Link via University of Warwick Library (JSTOR)

Kyd’s Borrowing from Garnier’s Bradamante


1986

Griswold, Wendy, ‘Ch.3. Revenge Tragedies’, in Renaissance Revivals: City Comedy and Revenge Tragedy in the London Theatre 1576-1980 (Chicago; London: University of Chicago Press, 1986), 55-100

Location

Warwick Library PN 2596 L6


2001

Griffin, Eric, ‘Ethos, Empire, and the Valiant Acts of Thomas Kyd’s Tragedy of “the Spains”’, English Literary Renaissance, 31.2 (Spring, 2001), 192-229

Location

Warwick Library


1926

Greg, W. W., ‘The Spanish Tragedy – A Leading Case?’, The Library: a Quarterly Journal of Bibliography, 4th series, 6 (1926), 47-56 [partly reprinted in Collected Papers, ed. by J.C. Maxwell, 1966]

Location

Warwick Library


1966

Greg, W. W., ‘The Spanish Tragedy – A Leading Case?’, in Collected Papers, ed. by J.C. Maxwell, (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1966), 149-155

Location

Warwick Library Z 1005 G7


1969

Greenfield, Thelma N., ‘Ch.3. The Occasional Induction’, in The Induction in Elizabethan Drama (Eugene: University of Oregon Books, 1969), 51-8

Location

Warwick Library PR 658 I6


1981

Greenfield, Thelma N., ‘The Spanish Tragedy: Revenge’s and Andrea’s Kindred’, Pacific Coast Philology, 16.2 (Nov. 1981), 33-43

Location

Link via University of Warwick Library (JSTOR)

The Spanish Tragedy_: Revenge’s and Andrea’s Kindred


1927

Gray, Henry David, ‘Thomas Kyd and the First Quarto of Hamlet’, PMLA, 42.3 (Sept. 1927), 721-735

Location

Link via University of Warwick Library (JSTOR)

Thomas Kyd and the First Quarto of Hamlet


1994

Graham, Kenneth J. E., ‘Ch.4. The Mysterious Plainness of Anger: The Search for Justice in Satire and Revenge Tragedy’, in The Performance of Conviction. Plainness and Rhetoric in the Early English Renaissance (Ithaca, London: Cornell University Press, 1994), 125-167

Location

Warwick Library PR 418 S6


1942

Gorrell, Robert Mark, ‘John Payne Collier and the Murder of Iohn Brewen’, Modern Language Notes, 57.6 (Jun. 1942), 441-444

Location

Link via University of Warwick Library (JSTOR)

John Payne Collier and the Murder of Iohn Brewen


1966

Goodstein, Peter, ‘Hieronimo’s Destruction of Babylon’, English Language Notes, 3.3 (Mar. 1966), 172-73

Location

Warwick Library


1990

Gonzáles Fernández de Sevilla, José Manuel, ‘Political Strategies of Drama in Renaissance England’, in Proceedings of the I National Conference of the Spanish Society for English Renaissance Studies, ed. Javier Sánchez Escribano, (Zaragoza: SEDERI, 1990), 95-104

Location

Beyond Warwick Library


1968

Fuzier, Jean, ‘Carrière et popularité de la Tragédie Espagnole en Angleterre’, 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), 589-606

Location

Beyond Warwick University


1972

Fuzier, Jean, ‘La tragédie de Vengeance élisabéthaine et le théâtre dans le théâtre’, Revue des Sciences Humaines, ns 145 (Janvier-Mars 1972), 17-33

Location

Beyond Warwick Library


1981

Fuzier, Jean, ‘Le déni de justice dans The Spanish Tragedy de Thomas Kyd: Hiéronimo, juge et justicier’, in Jones-Davies, Marie-Therese, ed., Societe francais Shakespeare: Actes du congrès 1981, (Paris: Touzot, 1981), 85-97

Keywords

drama, justice

Location

Beyond Warwick Library


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