Three Revenge Tragedies


Author: Gamini Salgado

Following the end of Queen Elizabeth’s reign in the early seventeenth century, the new court of King James was beset by political instability and moral corruption. This atmosphere provided fertile ground for the dramatists of the age, whose plays explore the ways in which social decadence and the abuse of power breed resentment and lead inexorably to violence and bloody re….Read More

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