Doing Kyd: Essays on the Spanish Tragedy


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Doing Kyd reads Thomas Kyd's The Spanish Tragedy, the box-office and print success of its time, as the play that established the revenge genre in England and served as a 'pattern and precedent' for the golden generation of early modern playwrights, from Marlowe and Shakespeare to Middleton, Webster and Ford. Interdisciplinary in approach and accessible in style, this collection is crucial in two respects: firstly, it has a wide spectrum, addressing readers with interests in the play from its early impact as the first ...

Doing Kyd: Essays on the Spanish Tragedy 2016, Manchester University Press

ISBN-13: 9780719083822