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Marlowe

Christopher. 1564--93, English dramatist and poet, who established blank verse as a creative form of dramatic expression. His plays include Tamburlaine the Great (1590), Edward II (?1592), and Dr Faustus (1604). He was stabbed to death in a tavern brawl
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Marlowe will pay an initial GBP4.0 million with a further GBP3.2 million paid as contingent consideration on the achievement of unspecified targets.
Marlowe was arrested for having atheist views but was murdered before he could clear himself.
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He replaces Henry Soltesz who resigned in May after 16 years with the district, the last two as Marlowe's principal.
In Trauma and Tragedy in the Plays of Christopher Marlowe, Mathew Martin continues in this tradition, producing a powerful reading of Marlowe's hostility to traditional tragic mimesis informed by psychoanalytic theories of primal trauma.
Oxford University Press announced Monday it is crediting Shakespeare's British contemporary Christopher Marlowe as a co-author on Shakespeare's "Henry VI" plays in future publications.
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The record of Marlowe's friendships stands out in the relative paucity of information about the playwright.
Thomas Nashe's translation of Hero and Leander's story in the context of English piscatorial politics in Lenten Stuffe (1599) has yet to be recognized as both an extension of Christopher Marlowe's thematic departures from his Musean predecessor and a primary influence on Ben Jonson's puppet show in Bartholomew Lair (1631).
The author examines approaches to teaching Shakespeare and Marlowe in secondary schools and universities in today's learning context.