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THE ELIZABETHAN ATTITUDE TOWARD REVENGE
THE SPANISH TRAGEDY
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Aaron accusation action Andrugio Antonio Antonio and Mellida Antonio's Revenge appearance Atheist's Tragedy audience Balthazar basic Bazulto behavior Bel-Imperia Belleforest bereaved blood Brudermord catastrophe character Chettle circumstances Claudius closet scene confrontation scene Corambis course crime death delay sequence device discussion disguise doubt dramatic formula dramatist earlier Elizabethan enemy English trip evidence fact father feature feigned madness Feliche Fengon Fortinbras ghost guilt Hamlet Hamlet plays Hamlet's madness Hecuba heightening hero Hieronimo Hoffman Horatio important justice kill king king's Kyd's Kydian formula Kydian plays Kydian tradition Laertes later plays Leonhardus logical Lorenzo lost play lust Marston Mellida motives murder obvious Ophelia parallel Pedringano Piero play scene plot Polonius prayer scene precisely present private revenge purpose reveal revenge play Revenge Tragedy revenger's Saturninus secret Shakespeare soliloquy Spanish Tragedy story suicide Tamora technique thou tion Titus Andronicus Ur-Hamlet usurpation venge venger villain