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Thomas, 1558–94, English dramatist.
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How to use Kyd in a sentence
Every chapter is headed with a brief quote from a Jacobean revenge tragedy by the likes of Webster, Kyd, or Jonson.
Kyd, in the Spanish Tragedy, shows that the method of studying an improvised play was well understood.
Today we still read the work of the initiators, Lyly, Greene, Kyd.
Out of a seeming welter of forms, the structure, the metres and the species that Kyd and Marlowe found slowly emerged.
Jackson sent forward to make enquiries Major Kyd Douglas of his staff.
The only other play certainly by Kyd is a translation of Garnier's Cornelia, 1595, which was doubtless never acted.
British Dictionary definitions for Kyd
Thomas. 1558–94, English dramatist, noted for his revenge play The Spanish Tragedy (1586)
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