3.5 - Revengers Tragedy. It's got the freaking word revenge...

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Revengers Tragedy. It’s got the freaking word revenge in it! Uncertain authorship on this one. Some says it’s Middleton, but others say it doesn’t fit his other works. Middleton stayed in the cities for his plots, and the characters are cookiecutter and based off their names. Some have said Webster, but there aren’t enough quotes, complicated plots, or characters. She and many other people say it’s Tourneur. The King’s Men did this one and they did it indoors at The Black Friar’s. They had special effects with lights. Black Friar’s is more expensive than The Globe. Black Friar’s was a more expensive, therefore more upper class and sophisticated, audience. We’re in Italy. Again. It’s not bad, but it’s less worse. You’ve a competent judge and some people attempting to restore a fallen lady’s honor! A brother pimping his sister to check her loyalty. That’s awesome. We open in medias res. This guy has read Hamlet. And it’s not Shakespeare. It’s satirical. The tragedy is
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course EGL 362.02 taught by Professor Videbaek during the Spring '08 term at SUNY Stony Brook.

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3.5 - Revengers Tragedy. It's got the freaking word revenge...

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