The Spanish Tragedy
The "revenge" play became the most durable and commercially successful type of drama on the Elizabethan stage. This example by Thomas Kyd, who was one of the originators of the genre, brings to life the intrigues of the Spanish court, dramatically juxtaposing romantic passion with sudden violent death and clandestine politics. The ghost of Dan Andrea and his guide Revenge observe the dark and bloody action throughout, provoking questions about the nature of the human condition.
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Review: The Spanish TragedyUser Review - Joseph Kirkham - Goodreads
A tough read, no doubt, but a beautiful portrayal on revenge Read full review
Review: The Spanish TragedyUser Review - Jade Heslin - Goodreads
I'd be interested in knowing whether or not Shakespeare and Kyd actually got on. There are rumours that Shakespeare actually had a hand in writing part of this play, which suggests that they were like ... Read full review