Edward the Second
CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2015年9月14日 - 80 頁
Christopher Marlowe's Edward II is typically applauded as an aesthetic achievement, a history play that brings form and meaning to the incoherent material of its chronicle source by retelling the king's slightly dull, twenty-year reign as the fierce and deadly struggle of a few willful personalities. Within the development of Elizabethan drama, Edward II is granted a crucial role in bringing to the English "chronicle play"--including Shakespeare's Henry VI plays and Richard III--the unity and purpose of the mature "history" play.
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