Experts assume that the poet Thomas Kyd died 1594 as a result of the inquisitional ordeals at the hand of the state.
There has been a discussion for nearly 200 years about 325 lines in the quarto edition of Kyd's "The Spanish Tragedy " (1592) which are thought to be by Shakespeare . The discussion recently has received considerable public attention. ( -->the guardian , ---> New York Times)
How can one imagine such an "intimate " theatre collaboration between Shakespeare
and Thomas Kyd , when personal links between the two poets have never been
established. - The opposite is the case for Marlowe and Kyd: for two years before  they had written together in a single room. (From Thomas Kyd interrogations:1593)
"(...) Those amongst waste and idle papers ( which i carde not for ) & vnaskt
Which I did deliuer vp , were founde some fragments of a disputation did toching
opinion , affirmed by Marlowe to be his, and shufld with some of myne vnknown to me by some occasion of our wrytinge in one chamber twoe years synce
How can one not consider that Marlowe ( when he was still alive "officially" in 1592 ) would not have been the co-author with Kyd of "The Spanish Tragedy"?.
with Cy Jamieson's translating Support