Playing the Long Game
The introduction establishes the primary attributes of civil vengeance and distinguishes it from traditional revenge. Relying on an examination of literary texts that include Shakespeare’s Hamlet and John Marston’s Antonio’s Revenge as well as early modern medical tracts, the introduction argues that civil vengeance transforms characters and subjects to withstand the superlative demands of civil vengeance.
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