Thomas Kyd- Timeline
1558 -----> He was born in London
1565 -----> His entry into nearby respectable Merchant Taylor’s School in November
1592)-----> The Spanish Tragedy, or Hieronimo is Mad Again
1588 -----> Kyd gave up writing plays to become a translator.
1591 -----> shared lodgings with fellow playwright Christopher Marlowe.
1593 ------> government authorities arrested Kyd on suspicion that he had taken part in some recent attacks on London's forcing craftsmen.
1593 -----> Kyd died in obscurity
A History of the Elizabethan Literature- George Saintsbury
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