Revenge Tragedy is a genre which was predominant from the 1580s to the 1640s. This Particular kind of works where usually called “the tragedy of blood”. Some of The most important authors were: William Shakespeare, which wrote one of his most important works Of this genre: Hamlet. John Ford or John Webster. Some features ususally seen In this genre are: ghosts, madness, murders, etc. They displayed Characteristics of excess such as cruel torture. Revenge tragedies became more Important when Elizabethan used this kind of works to improve and grow in a Stronger way. Other important works belonging to the revenge tragedies are “the Duchess of Malfi” and “the white Devil”.