Christopher Marlowe

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Standard Name: Marlowe, Christopher

Connections

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Intertextuality and Influence Gertrude Stein
Critic Shirley Neuman sees this opera as an important step towards the final version of Ida.GS 's Faustus (unlike Marlowe 's or Goethe 's) is tormented by the fact that he cannot go...
Intertextuality and Influence Sybille Bedford
The third rejected novel was the story of a young man working at a tedious business job in London who loves art and travel and the good life, who falls in with a powerful and...
Intertextuality and Influence Aphra Behn
AB took her outline from an old play called Lusts Dominion; or, The Lascivious Queen, attributed to Christopher Marlowe . It is a play of extremes. The title character, a Moor or black man...
Intertextuality and Influence Anne Dowriche
Randall Martin wrote in 1999 that he hoped to provoke a critical re-evaluation of AD 's history. He noted her scholarly ambitions and argued that she influenced Marlowe 's handling of similar material, though compared...
Intertextuality and Influence Margiad Evans
It contains thirty-six poems, fourteen of which had been printed already.
Lloyd-Morgan, Ceridwen. Margiad Evans. Seren, 1998.
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Ballad of Mountain Vowr in this collection explores the nature of story preserved in a rural community's oral tradition.
Lloyd-Morgan, Ceridwen, and Margiad Evans. “Introduction”. The Old and the Young, Seren, 1998, pp. 7 - 17.
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The Passionate Refusal...
Intertextuality and Influence Aldous Huxley
The title comes from Marlowe : My men like satyrs grazing on the lawns / Shall with their goat feet dance the antic hay.
Huxley, Aldous. Antic Hay and The Gioconda Smile. Harper, 1957.
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Like Crome Yellow, this is a satiric dissection of...
Intertextuality and Influence Elizabeth Melvill
The collection opens with A Call to Come to Christ, which engages in sacred parody of Christopher Marlowe 's well-known Come Live With Me and Be My Love. Melvill imagines not a lover...
Publishing Michèle Roberts
She belonged to the Poetry Society at Oxford , contributed to the student magazine Isis, won a poetry prize from the teenage magazine Honey (for a female-student-voice answer to Christopher Marlowe 's The Passionate...
Textual Features Clemence Dane
Will Shakespeare is written in blank verse, but does not imitate Elizabethan language. Subtitled an invention, the play dramatises Shakespeare 's early career as a writer, focusing on his move from Stratford to London...
Textual Production Isabella Whitney
The title-page reads The Copy of a letter, lately written in meeter, by a yonge Gentilwoman: to her unconstant Lover. With an Admonition to al yong Gentilwomen, and to all other Mayds in general to...

Timeline

1255
A child later known as Hugh of Lincoln was found dead in that city, and his murder (and torture with other aggravating circumstances) was unjustly blamed on the Jewish community, against whom savage reprisals...
Probably summer 1587
Christopher Marlowe 's two-part tragedyTamburlaine the Great was probably first produced. It was published in 1590.
26 February 1592
Christopher Marlowe 's tragedyThe Famous Tragedy of the Rich Jew of Malta, his most cynical play, was performed at the Rose Theatre in London.
7 July 1593
Christopher Marlowe 's tragedyEdward II was posthumously entered in the Stationers' Register .
28 September 1593
Christopher Marlowe 's poemHero and Leander was posthumously entered in the Stationers' Register .
Summer1599
William Jaggard published The Passionate Pilgrime, a pirated miscellany including poetry by Marlowe , Shakespeare , and others; the title-page ascription to Shakespeare is unjustified.
1604
Christopher Marlowe 's The Tragicall History of D. Faustus was posthumously published, though this edition may not have been the first.