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Complete Works ➵ Complete Works Download ➾ Author Christopher Marlowe – Thomashillier.co.uk Many of the earliest books particularly those dating back to the 1900s and before are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive Pomona Press are republishing these classic works in affordable hi Many of the earliest books particularly those dating back to the s and before are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive Pomona Press are republishing these classic works in affordable high uality modern editions using the original text and artwork.


4 thoughts on “Complete Works

  1. Stephen Stephen says:

    I am a great fan of Christopher Marlowe both of his poetry and his plays The Everyman edition that I own has held up under some pretty heavy usage as I tend to mark up a book until it vomits pages Good thing I own this one Marlowe's choice of subjects for plays always dumbfounded me He went for the most unpleasant subjects possible Tamburlaine not just one but two of those The Jew of Malta sheesh what a horrible title Edward II we all know he died as a result of a hot poker stuck up his ass The ever unpleasant The Massacre at Paris where Huguenots get killed by the hundreds and Catherine the ueen is blamed for the whole thing But We also have Didoueen of Carthage a very lovely telling of that very sad tale It's also a bit snarky in places especially where the gods are involved Doctor Faustus which is his greatest work Marlowe was part of the University educated dramatists Shakespeare had no real University education so we might say that the subject matter chosen by Marlowe was that of the classical world and heavily influenced by Protestant thinking The Massacre at Paris Shakespeare took his from English history and therein lay a world of differenceOverall I prefer Shakespeare to Marlowe but it has to be said that there was Marlowe Jonson and Shakespeare that are really worth remembering today the rest just wrote plays Oh now I have set the hordes of dramaturges on me like the furies of old


  2. Josh Josh says:

    Just the poems the poems the poems


  3. Charles Charles says:

    Evidently this play is not published by itself I am planning on reading Marlowe this year but this review reference Edward II I've gotten a bee in my bonnet to read the history plays of Shakespeare now that Edward III has been entered into the canon I read it a few months ago and I will re read it soon so I can learn the history of England theatrically rather than literally Anyway Marlowe clearly was sympathetic to the gay king His relationship with Gaveston is related with dignity Gaveston himself is a bit of a jerk but the king's love blinded Edward to Gaveston's faults Indeed ueen Isabel I rather sympathize with Poor thing Married to a gay man pretty much abandoned after the heir is born Well that's the backstory I provided in my mind I am not all that conversant with this period of English history But that's my private scholarly work to do for awhile I am not an authority but I do agree that Marlowe was Shakespeare's only real rival and I do wonder what Marlowe would've written if he hadn't been conveniently killed in that tavern brawl


  4. James Violand James Violand says:

    Not thrilling I was disappointed Perhaps I expected the talent of a peer Shakespeare that is


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