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plays influenced by the two types of revengeTtfN9 AndrotucuiJaAaroo
violent and sensationalMedea and Thyestes considered as villainhero plays
English Plays before Marlowe
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Aaron accomplices action admiration Alaham ambition Antonio Antonio's Revenge Appius arouse Atreus audience avenger Barabas blood Bosola Caesar Caesar Borgia Cassio Catiline character conscience courage crime criminal cruelty D'Amville death deeds drama dramatist Duchess Duke egotist Eleazar elements Elizabethan evil fact father feel force Gentillet ghost guileful Hamlet hate hatred hero Hieronimo Hoffmann horror human Iago Iago's impression influence intellectual Ithamore Jew of Malta kill king Lorenzo lust Macbeth Machiavel Machiavellian villain Marlowe maxims means Medea moral law motive murder nature never Othello passion Piero plot poison portrayed Prince prologue Promus protagonist religion result revenge revenge play Revenger's Tragedy Richard Richard III says scene seems Sejanus Selimus Seneca sense Shakespeare shows Shylock simply soliloquy Spanish Tragedy Strotzo struggle successful suffering sympathy takes Tamburlaine things thou Thyestes tion tool villain tragic effect tragic emotion Vendici villain-hero plays wicked wickedness wilfulness wrong