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Fine Arts--Theatre
Elements of Revenge Tragedy
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REVENGE TRAGEDY

ghost

intrigue

play within a play

point of honour, not self-gain

emphasis on bloodshed and violence

revenger must die

 

The most famous revenge tragedy is Shakespeare's Hamlet.

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