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"A Poet and a filthy play-maker" : new essays on Christopher Marlowe

by Kenneth Friedenreich (Editor), Roma Gill (Editor), Constance Brown Kuriyama (Editor)

Other authors: David Bevington (Contributor), Thomas Cartelli (Contributor), W. L. Godshalk (Contributor), Jill L. Levenson (Contributor), Robert A. Logan (Contributor)6 more, Kenneth Muir (Contributor), Lois Potter (Contributor), Norman Rabkin (Contributor), James A. Riddell (Contributor), James Shapiro (Contributor), John T. Shawcross (Contributor)

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CONTENTS:
Preface / Kenneth Friedenreich --
Marlowe and Shakespeare / Kenneth Muir --
Marlowe's mind and the heart of darkness / Norman Rabkin --
Shakespeare's use of Marlowe in As you like it / Kay Stanton --
Ben Jonson and Marlowe's "mighty line" / James A. Riddell --
The rhetoric of Marlowe's orations / J.W. Van Hook --
Signs of the times : Christopher Marlowe's decline in the seventeenth century / John T. Shawcross --
Marlowe in the Civil War and Commonwealth : some allusions and parodies / Lois Potter --
Dido queen of Carthage and the evolution of Marlowe's dramatic style / Matthew N. Proser --
"Working words" : the verbal dynamic of Tamburlaine / Jill L. Levenson --
Endless play : the false starts of Marlowe's Jew of Malta / Thomas Cartelli --
Marlowe as experimental dramatist : the role of the audience in The Jew of Malta / Edward L. Rocklin --
Lies and lying in The Jew of Malta / Coburn Freer --
Formulaic dramaturgy in Doctor Faustus / Thomas Pettitt --
The dialect of despair in Doctor Faustus / King-Kok Cheung --
"Within the massy entrailes of the earth" : Faustus's relation to women / Kay Stockholder --
Sex, politics, and self-realization in Edward II / Claude J. Summers --
Marlowe's fearful symmetry in Edward II / Sara Munson Deats --
"What are kings, when regiment is gone?" : the decay of ceremony in Edward II / David Bevington and James Shapiro --
Perspective in Marlowe's Hero and Leander : engaging our detachment / Robert A. Logan --
Hero and Leander : the sense of an ending / W.L. Godshalk. "Metre meete to furnish Lucans style" : reconsidering Marlowe's Lucan / James Shapiro --
Marlowe and the art of translation / Roma Gill --
Marlowe's nemesis : the identity of Richard Baines / Constance Brown Kuriyama --
Marlowe's endings / Kenneth Friedenreich.
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