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i The Background of Revenge
JL The Background of the Tragedies
III The Spanish Tragedy and the UrHamlet
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accomplice action Alphonsus Andromana Antonio's Revenge Atheist's Tragedy Atreus audience Barabas Bel-Imperia Belleforest blood-revenge brother Castrato catastrophe cause character Chettle Claudilla Clotaire crime death deed delay Dessandro dramatic dramatists duel duelling duke Elizabethan Elizabethan tragedy enemies England English ethical father finally Fletcher force ghost Hamlet Hieronimo Hoffman honor horror important incidents influence injury interest intrigue Italian Jew of Malta justice killed king Kyd's Kydian revenge Kydian tragedy Lorenzo lover lust Machiavellian madness Maid's Tragedy Marlowe Marston Massinger Maximus Medea moral motive murder murther novelle Orestes passion plot poison popular private revenge protagonist punishment revenge play revenge tragedy revenger of blood Revenger's Tragedy scene Second Maiden's Tragedy Seneca Shakespeare's situation slaying Spanish Tragedy stabs stage story suicide Tamora theme Thomas Thyestes Tiberius Tiberius Nero tion Titus Andronicus Tourneur tradition tragedy of revenge tragic tyrant Ur-Hamlet venge vengeance victim villain play Vindici wife wrong