Thomas Kyd

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English dramatist (1558-1594)

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He is, however, especially interested in three aspects of the play's academic pedigree: "paleo-Shakespearian" Hamlet, the source tale from northwestern Europe, which in some ways is more Balkan than Shakespeare's version; the links between Orestes, Oedipus, and Hamlet, an examination fortified by consideration of the Bard's other plays and of aspects of the Trojan War; and, lastly, by the political disposition and fate of Thomas Kyd, Thomas Marlowe, and Shakespeare, whom Kadare asserts formed an analog to an "anti-party grouping" in the communist world because they or their plays were considered politically subversive.