Tomlinson, T.B. A STUDY OF ELIZABETHAN AND JACOBEAN TRAGEDY
Cambridge: At the University Press, 1964. First edition. Hardcover. Mildly bumped lower corner tips, and faint creases to page 197, else very good plus; in a price-clipped illustrated dust jacket with tears, faint rubbing, a few tiny nicks, and very light age-toning to the extremities. 293 pages, index.
A study of English drama from Shakespeare to John Ford, in which Tomlinson argues that tragedies by Christopher Marlowe, Thomas Kyd, John Webster, and others of the period, were able to treat evil and violence in a way later playwrights could not.