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Volume 68, Shakespeare, Origins and Originality. Were Early Modern Lives Different? Sidney to Milton, Table of contents Preface; Chronology; Part I. Tragedy, family and household Catherine Richardson; 3.
Tragedy and the nation state Andrew Hadfield; 4. Tragedy and religion Alison Shell; 5. Tragedy and revenge Tanya Pollard; 6. Tragic subjectivities Garrett A. Tragic forms Lucy Munro; 8. Tragedy and performance Lois Potter; 9. Renaissance tragedy on film: The Spanish Tragedy and metatheatre Gregory M.
Marlowe, tragedy and the sublime Patrick Cheney; The Tragedy of Mariam: The Changeling and the dynamics of ugliness Gordon McMullan; The Duchess of Malfi: Review Text "This collection will be valuable both to specialists in English Renaissance tragedy and to readers new to the field. Review quote "This collection will be valuable both to specialists in English Renaissance tragedy and to readers new to the field. Book ratings by Goodreads. Goodreads is the world's largest site for readers with over 50 million reviews.
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