Elizabethan Marlowe: Writing and Culture in the English Renaissance

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Rowman & Littlefield, 1994 - 113 頁
Intended as a discussion suitable for students, this book considers all Marlowe's major works in their historical and discursive context: Tamburlaine, Parts I and II, The Jew of Malta, Edward II, Doctor Faustus, and Hero and Leander. Marlowe's writing emerges as embedded in the historical processes of his time and as crossed by the contradictory discourses of his day.
 

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Life and Context
11
Tamburlaine Empire and Stoicism
14
The Jew of Malta Policy and Greed
31
Edward II Power and Love
44
Doctor Faustus Science and Religion
62
Hero and Leander Love and Fate
76
Notes
92
Index
107
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\William Zunder teaches Renaissance literature at Hull University. He is the author of The Poetry of John Donne (Harvester, 1982), a contributor to Jacobean Poetry and Prose (Macmillan, 1988), and editor with Suzanne Trill of Writing and the English Renaissance (Longman, forthcoming).

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