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October 09, 2006

1991

Wiggins, Martin, ‘Ch.2. The Origin of the Stage Assassin I: 1558-1587’, ‘Ch.3. The Origin of the Stage Assassin II: 1587-1592’, ‘Ch.4. The Assassin and His Employer’, ‘Ch.6. The First Hired Assassin’, and ‘Ch.7. Honourable Murderers’, in Journeymen in Murder: The Assassin in English Renaissance Drama (Oxford: Clarendon, 1991), 27-43 (40-1); 44-61 (52-6); 62-81 (75-9); 103-127 (103-7, 109, 111, 113, 125, 127) and 128-147 (131-35)

Keywords

Renaissance drama, history and criticism, assassins in literature, murder in literature

Location

Warwick Library PR 658 M8


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)


1980

Truchet, Sybil, ‘Ch.2. La Chute de L’Homme’, ‘Ch.6. L’Echec de la Justice Terrestre’, ‘Ch.8. L’Inconscience de l’Individu’, and ‘Conclusion’, in Le Théâtre Médiéval en Angleterre et son influence sur l’oeuvre de Marlowe, Kyd et Lyly: Contribution à l’étude du drame pré-shakespearien (2 vols.), vol.1, (Lille, Université de Lille III; Paris: Honoré Champion, 1980), 111-13, 178-86, 205-18, and 275-87

Location

Beyond Warwick Library


1963

Talbert, Ernest William, ‘Ch.III. Aspects of Structure and Serious Character-Types’ and ‘Ch.IV. Titus and the Earliest Comedies’, in Elizabethan Drama and Shakespeare’s Early Plays (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1963, rpt. 1973), 61-131 [notes 345-361] (TST 62-4 and 71-9) and 132-160 [notes 361-371]

Location

Warwick Library PR 651 T2


October 03, 2006

1987

Mercer, Peter, ‘Ch.1. The Ghost’ and ‘Ch.2. The Spanish Tragedy: Dagger and Mirror’, in Hamlet and the Acting of Revenge, (London: Macmillan, 1987), 11-25 and 37-59 [ns. 260-1]

Keywords

drama, treatment of revenge

Location

Beyond Warwick Library


1980

Maguin, Jean-Marie, La nuit dans le théâtre de Shakespeare et de ses prédécesseurs, (2 vols.), (Lille: Université de Lille III, 1980), 262-71 and 339-70

Location

Beyond Warwick Library


September 29, 2006

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


September 28, 2006

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


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


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


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