The Cambridge companion to English Renaissance tragedy /
"Featuring essays by major international scholars, this Companion combines analysis of themes crucial to Renaissance tragedy with the interpretation of canonical and frequently taught texts. Part I introduces key topics, such as religion, revenge and the family, and discusses modern performance...
New York :
Cambridge University Press,
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- English Renaissance tragedy: theories and antecedents / Mike Pincombe
- Tragedy, family and household / Catherine Richardson
- Tragedy and the nation state / Andrew Hadfield
- Tragedy and religion / Alison Shell
- Tragedy and revenge / Tanya Pollard
- Tragic subjectivities / Garrett A. Sullivan Jr
- Tragic forms / Lucy Munro
- Tragedy and performance / Lois Potter
- Renaissance tragedy on film: defying mainstream Shakespeare / Pascale Aebischer
- Shakespeare and early modern tragedy / Emma Smith
- The Spanish tragedy and metatheatre / Gregory M. Colón Semenza
- Doctor Faustus: dramaturgy and disturbance / Mark Thornton Burnett
- Edward II: Marlowe, tragedy and the sublime / Patrick Cheney
- Arden of Faversham: tragic action at a distance / Mary Floyd-Wilson
- The Revenger's tragedy: original sin and the allures of vengeance / Heather Hirschfield
- The Tragedy of Mariam: political legitimacy and maternal authority / Mary Beth Rose
- The Changeling and the dynamics of ugliness / Gordon McMullan
- The Duchess of Malfi: tragedy and gender / Judith Haber
- 'Tis pity she's a whore: the play of intertextuality / Emily C. Bartels.