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October 09, 2006

1999

Watson, Robert N., ‘Ch.1. Religio Vindicis. Substitution and Immortality in The Spanish Tragedy’ and ‘Ch.2. Giving up the Ghost’, in The Rest Is Silence: Death as Annihilation in the English Renaissance (Berkley, LA and London: University of California Press, 1999), 55-73 and 74-102

Keywords

History and criticism, death in literature, annihilation(ism) in literature, Shakespeare, William, Donne, John, Kyd, Thomas, -The Spanish tragedy_, Herbert, George,Temple, Renaissance England

Location

Warwick Library PR 429 D3 (print)

The Rest Is Silence: Death as Annihilation in the English Renaissance (available from NetLibrary)


October 06, 2006

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


September 29, 2006

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


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)


September 28, 2006

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


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


September 26, 2006

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


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