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Bowers, Fredson Thayer, Elizabethan Revenge Tragedy, 1587—1642, Princeton University Press, 1940, pp. 3—100.

Broude, Ronald, "Time, Truth, and Right in The Spanish Tragedy," in Studies in Philology, Vol. 68, 1971, p. 131.

Burrows, Ken C., "The Dramatic and Structural Significance of the Portuguese Sub-plot in The Spanish Tragedy," in Renaissance Papers, Fall 1969, p. 30.

Edwards, Philip, Thomas Kyd and Early Elizabethan Tragedy, Longmans, 1966, p. 6.

———, "Thrusting Elysium into Hell: The Originality of The Spanish Tragedy," in The Elizabethan Theatre XI, edited by A. L. Magnusson and C. E. McGee, P. D. Meany, 1985, pp. 123, 131—32.

Erne, Lukas, Beyond "The Spanish Tragedy": A Study of the Works of Thomas Kyd, Manchester University Press, 2001, pp. 110—11.

Hunter, G. K. "Ironies of Justice in The Spanish Tragedy," in Dramatic Identities and Cultural Tradition: Studies in Shakespeare and His Contemporaries, Barnes & Noble, 1978, p. 220; originally published in Renaissance Drama, Vol. 8, 1965.

Justice, Steven, "Spain, Tragedy, and The Spanish Tragedy," in Studies...

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