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1. Christopher Marlowe; ed. by H.
 
2. Four plays. Edited with an introd.
 
3. EDWARD THE SECOND.
 
4. Christopher Marlowe. with and
 
5. Marlowe's Edward II
 
6. Passages from the works of Marlowe.
 
7. Marlowe 's Edward II; ed. by William
 
8. Works Volume 1
 
9. The tragical history of D. Faustus.
 
10. The Tragedie of Dido Queene of
 
11. Works. Edited by C.F. Tucker Brooke.
 
12. The Tragicall History of D. Faustus.
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13. The dramatic works of Christopher
$34.99
14. The World of Christopher Marlowe
$5.17
15. Christopher Marlowe: Poet &
$164.97
16. The Complete Works of Christopher
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17. The Complete Works of Christopher
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18. The Complete Poems and Translations
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19. The Cambridge Companion to Christopher
 
20. In Search of Christopher Marlowe:

1. Christopher Marlowe; ed. by H. Ellis, with a general introduction on the English drama during the reigns of Elizabeth and James I by J. A. Symonds
by Christopher (1564-1593). Havelock Ellis (ed.) Marlowe
 Hardcover: Pages (1887-01-01)

Asin: B002BAE4UE
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2. Four plays. Edited with an introd. by Havelock Ellis. Copperplate engravings by Albert Decaris; mnochrome devices wood cut by Fritz Kredel
by Christopher (1564-1593) Marlowe
 Hardcover: Pages (1966-01-01)

Asin: B001ALORW0
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3. EDWARD THE SECOND.
by Christopher (1564-1593) Marlowe
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Asin: B000OJSA4U
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4. Christopher Marlowe. with and introduction by William Lyon Phelp
by Marlowe. Christopher. 1564-1593.
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Asin: B002WUG9KQ
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5. Marlowe's Edward II
by Christopher, 1564-1593 Marlowe
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Asin: B003O6IO1E
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6. Passages from the works of Marlowe. Selected and edited for youn
by Marlowe. Christopher. 1564-1593.
 Paperback: Pages (1905-01-01)

Asin: B002WU6VV8
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7. Marlowe 's Edward II; ed. by William Dinsmore Briggs .
by Marlowe. Christopher. 1564-1593.
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8. Works Volume 1
by Christopher, 1564-1593 Marlowe
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9. The tragical history of D. Faustus. 1604
by Christopher, 1564-1593 Marlowe
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10. The Tragedie of Dido Queene of Carthage Played by the Children o
by Marlowe. Christopher. 1564-1593.
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11. Works. Edited by C.F. Tucker Brooke.
by Marlowe. Christopher. 1564-1593.
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12. The Tragicall History of D. Faustus. As it hath bene Acted by th
by Marlowe. Christopher. 1564-1593.
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13. The dramatic works of Christopher Marlowe
by Christopher Marlowe 1564-1593 Pinkerton Percy E. [from old catalog] ed
Paperback: 192 Pages (1885-12-31)
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This reproduction was printed from a digital file created at the Library of Congress as part of an extensive scanning effort started with a generous donation from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation.The Library is pleased to offer much of its public domain holdings free of charge online and at a modest price in this printed format.Seeing these older volumes from our collections rediscovered by new generations of readers renews our own passion for books and scholarship. ... Read more


14. The World of Christopher Marlowe
by David Riggs
Paperback: 432 Pages (2006-01-10)
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Â"Riggs brings it all together brilliantly, assembling all evidence of Marlowe's life and adding to that a wider and deeper focus . . . Superb.Â"Â--Los Angeles Times

The World of Christopher Marlowe is the story of the troubled genius, raised in the stench and poverty of Canterbury's abbatoirs, who revolutionized English drama and poetry, challenging and scandalizing English society before he was murdered in his prime. David Riggs, a prizewinning Elizabethan scholar, evokes the atmosphere and texture of Marlowe's life from his birth to his ties to the London underworld and his triumphs onstage.
It was a time when nothing was sacred, and no one was secure. Espousing sexual freedom and atheism, Marlowe proved too great a threat to the religious and political leaders of the time, who were struggling to maintain their tenuous grip on power. In the wake of his untimely death, Marlowe would leave behind a shadowed legacy of undeniable genius. This magisterial work of reconstruction illuminates his enigmatic, contradictory, and glorious life with immense richness.

Â"The book engrossingly narrates the circumstantial details of Marlowe's life against a richly detailed backdrop. Riggs writes with scholarly yet conversational elegance . . . Enjoyably provides fresh insights into the life and work of this important poet and playwright.Â" Â--San Francisco Chronicle

Â"A worthy book . . . if you want an exhaustive account of the life and times, Riggs is your man.Â"Â--The New York Times Book Review

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4-0 out of 5 stars A biography not to be missed
Inarguably, one of the most famous playwrights in the Elizabethan world after Shakespeare is his rival, Christopher Marlowe, who within a brief meteoric career wrote some of the most remarkable dramas for the English stage such as "Tamburlaine the Great", "Doctor Faustus", "The Jew of Malta", "Edward II and the "Massacre of Paris".

David Riggs declares in the prologue "This is a book about Marlowe's life, his works, and his world", however, the one element that strikes the reader is Riggs' graphic accounts of Marlowe's world, and therefore this book certainly lives up to its title in that respect.The information concerning his education, the influences of his childhood, the blood-curdling world of Elizabethan politics and religious tensions definitely keeps the reader turning the pages.For the record, Riggs supports the theory Marlowe's untimely end was part of an assassination plot hatched by the Elizabethan secret service: his argument is convincing.While Riggs does explore Marlowe's life, works and horrific death in depth, it is obvious the reader is expected to be familiar with the playwright's biography and works to a point already before certain sections can be understood in this book. Also, there are areas where the text tends to prove cumbersome and difficult to keep track of, such as Riggs' account of the cloak-and-dagger world of the Elizabethan secret service and those who became entangled within this sphere;however, I would not let this be a deterrent, if anything, this displays how tangled the webs of deception had become in that era.While it cannot be proven how far Marlowe had sunk in that quagmire in the domestic scene, we can fully appreciate the dangers he was courting if he was employed as one of their agents in the field, especially his escape from his counterfeiting escapade in the Dutch town of Flushing.

The book contains an extensive bibliography, index and references.The various woodcut illustrations and portraits are a nice touch. A great book for Marlowe devotees.

E.A. Bucchianeri, author of "Faust: My Soul be Damned for the World"

3-0 out of 5 stars Scholarly Read about Marlowe's Era
This is a scholarly book about the life and times of playwright Christopher Marlowe. It is not an entertaining easy read. I read about 20% of the book before giving up. It's erudite, but still comprehensible. It just wasn't that interesting to me.

In the first 82 pages, I found maybe two pages worth of information about Marlowe as a person. In contrast, there are maybe 10 pages about the town he was born in and at least 40 pages about the educational system he grew up with.

I would not recommend this book for those who read biographies for just for fun. Nor would I recommend it for someone who wants to read about famous gay people. The author concludes that he probably had little contact with women, so he was either celibate or had homosexual sex.

I've read and enjoyed detailed biographies like this, when I have had a greater interest in the culture and times. For those readers, this is probably a great book.

3-0 out of 5 stars Marlowe was not a spy
Apart from some very interesting and thoughtfull exegesis of Marlowe's works, it's no surprise that readers find David Riggs's account of the poet's life "abstruse" and confusing.This is unfortunate, because of all the poets of the English Literary Renaissance, we have more real information about Marlowe than any other.Yet, sadly, a story which should be as clear as glass in its implications for all the writers of the time has been so successfully muddled, first, purposely, by the government that brought him down and then by later biographers who, for some unknown reason, have consistently chosen to believe the government'sdisinformation campaign rather than their own common sense.Most at fault in this is Charles Nicholl, who, while providing the most important information on Marlowe's life and death in his book The Reckoning (1992), also ensured its misinterpretation due to his refusal to see (or at least to convey)the truth of what his own research so clearly revealed.

Despite Nicholl's maunderings on how easily poets can become spies--a piece of nonsense that Riggs, who should know better, cheerfully supports--the fact is that there isn't a scintilla of evidence that Christopher Marlowe (or any great poet then or later) was ever a government spy.Was spying the only possible "service to her Majesty" that a budding poet might perform?Is there any objective evidence that Marlowe was in Flushing for purposes of spying?And why, when it comes down to a "he said--she said" on the subject of Marlowe's allegience, do the biographers choose to believe, not the great freethinking poet whose words have lived for centuries, but the reprehensible turncoat who was fingering him? Riggs may choose to throw in a question mark here and there, but the result is a colossal crazy quilt made up of scraps of truth, old lies, and centuries of misinterpretation, such that no ordinary reader could possibly sort out without help.

Despite the obfuscation, the fact remains: Marlowe's only proven relationship with the three government agents who saw to his removal was as the victim of an elaborate sting, one conjured up by Robert Cecil as his entry into his father's world of Machiavellian politics .To see this, all that's needed is to know a little about history (both the history of the period and History in general), read the four plays that we can be certain were actually written by Marlowe, and consider what governments have always done to writers who were driven to tell it like it is, writers like Ovid, Cicero, Voltaire, Solzinitzen, Vaclav Hamel. The fundamental truth about Marlowe was expressed shortly after his death by his fellow writer, Tom Nashe: "His life he contemned in comparison of the liberty of free speech"--a simple truth simply told by someone who did know what he was talking about.

4-0 out of 5 stars Interesting book on the life and times of Marlowe
I enjoyed the history in this book, and not just about Marlowe's own past. Unlike other biographies I have read, this one sometimes gets off of Marlowe and looks at other factors which influence him, either directly or indirectly, and how they might have had an effect on his work as well as his life, right up to the end!

5-0 out of 5 stars A Remarkable Book
Christopher Marlowe, the Elizabethan poet and playwright, was one of the most talented members of his generation. He helped pioneer the use of blank verse in dramatic poetry and used it to produce five masterpieces while William Shakespeare--who was only two months younger than Marlowe--was still finding his dramatic footing. Who can say how great he might have become if he were not cut down (possibly on orders of the Queen, herself) at the age of 29.

As a man, Marlowe was the "unShakespeare". Where Shakespeare was a prudent man who invested his money wisely and was careful not to offend authority, Marlowe was a risk-taker both in his personal life and in his plays. In an age where not toeing the official ine was punishable by death, Marlowe never met a line he was not tempted to cross. If this is what got him killed, it also makes him a fascinating person to read about.

David Riggs weaves Marlowe's personal tragedy into an exciting volume that I found as hard to put down as any thriller. It is a book I can heartily recomend. ... Read more


15. Christopher Marlowe: Poet & Spy
by Park Honan
Paperback: 448 Pages (2007-09-17)
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One of the great playwrights of his age, second only to Shakespeare, Christopher Marlowe was also a secret agent as well as the central figure in a murder mystery. Now, Park Honan offers the most thoroughly researched and detailed biography of Marlowe to appear in over fifty years.
Honan, the acclaimed biographer of Shakespeare, takes us from Marlowe's childhood in Canterbury to his mysterious death in Deptford, shedding much light on this shadowy individual. The book features new information on Marlowe's six-and-a-half years at Cambridge, his shocking blasphemy and his street fights, his methods of preparing himself for writing, and his alleged atheism. The book includes new facts about Marlowe's adventures on the continent, where he was caught with a counterfeit coin, a hanging offense, but talked his way out of the noose and was returned to England in irons. In addition, there is a more exact account of the circumstances that led to his murder, and a fresh description of his evolving relationship with Shakespeare.
Researched in archives in England, Europe, and the United States, this superb biography paints an unforgettable portrait of one of the most remarkable figures in English literature.

"No stone is left unturned.... Mr. Honan offers an almost hour-by-hour account of Marlowe's final day, an intriguing theory about the killer's motives and an inquiry into the fatal wound worthy of 'CSI.'"
--William Grimes, New York Times

"A sumptuously detailed picture of Marlowe's world.... The rich, complex vision of Elizabethan life that 'Christopher Marlowe' supplies can make his poetic gift for cutting to the passionate core of that life seem even more astonishing."
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3-0 out of 5 stars Good research but not too engaging
I give the book high marks for the research that apparently went into the book. There were a number of references cited in the book that were new to me. Maybe that was enough to earn it 4 stars, but like another reviewer I found the presentation to be a bit disjointed and uneven.

Mr. Honan previously wrote a biography on Shakespeare, so it appears he was careful to avoid discrediting Stratfordian doctrine, or contradicitng what was prevously written, which may account for some of the inconsistency. I feel the book would have been much more effective if the focus remained on Marlowe, and had not attempted to explore a possible relationship between the two men.

5-0 out of 5 stars Involved, heavily researched and meticulously presented true-life story.
Park Honan (Emeritus Professor at the School of English, University of Leeds) presents Christopher Marlowe: Poet & Spy, an in-depth biography of the famous literary figure. Chapters cover Marlowe's childhood, his street fighting, his alleged atheism, a thorough examination of the circumstances that led to Marlowe's murder, and much more. A handful of black-and-white illustrations intersperse this involved, heavily researched and meticulously presented true-life story. Also highly recommended are Honan's previous biographies, most notably the acclaimed "Shakespeare, A Life".

3-0 out of 5 stars A Muse For The Royals.
'The Tragic History of the Life and Death of Dr. Faustus' was perhaps Christopher Marlowe's masterpiece.The hero endeavors to save his soul and trick the devil; his devil, Methostophilis, was no match for Faust who had been tormented with 10,000 hells -- after he had seen "the face of God and tasted the eternal joys of heaven."If we find succor in hate, "neglect reconciliation," 'we shall always carry hell about with us.'Faust had boasted that "a sound magician is a mighty god."

Marlowe was no atheist as believed during his short life, but he did believe in Merlin's magic.His patron, Tom Walsingham, was a former spy who dabbled with magical spirits, (not alcohol, though he did have a brewery.'Dido (Queen of Carthage)' was the play in which Dido's love is like Petrarch's, which Marlowe is said to have inherited.It is limitless; Marlowe portrays the intensity of her desires and playfulness,In his poetic treatise, she expressed herself with "a valid new logic" as she extolls the virtues of the winds and the seas.Marlowe, nicknamed Kit Marloe at Cambridge, was not a romantic, but a "questing realist."Personally, he was excitable, vulnerable and inconsistent.

'Tamburlaine' was written in blank verse using Marlowe's 'pathos' and much hyperbole.His views on history, society and social violence began to evolve as he showed the feelings, attitudes, motivation and behavior of humans from a religious aspect.He evokes four or five different religions in this play.In it, his hero was compared to Christ."In dramatizing faith, desire, and our other attributes in their ambiguity, Marlowe belongs to us."For six months in 1594, the year after he was murdered, revivals of these two parts were played out before audiences as large as two thousand.Every foreign locale in his plays had a relation to England.

He had just completed 'Hero and Leander' in 1593 before he was arrested as a spy and met his untimely death.He had portrayed the "gap between his well-disciplined life of art and thought and the loose and easy exuberance of his talk."His mentor was partial to speaking Latin, which he called 'the music of the spheres.'Born in February, 1564, he was only twenty-nine when he died in May, 1593.His memory lingers on.

3-0 out of 5 stars Uneven & frustrating
This book seems to have been written mainly for an audience of professional Marlowe scholars. General readers will find it frustrating and confusing. His writing often wanders all over the place. For example, in reference to Marlowe's activities as spy, Honan writes, "He involved himself in some duplicity, if not in faithlessness and treachery, with regard to fellow scholars at Cambridge" (109), suggesting that Marlowe may have betrayed some of his fellow students with Catholic sympathies. But the point is frustratingly dropped until some 44 pages later, when Honan observes that "we cannot be certain that he betrayed Corpus [i.e. Cambridge University] men, or lured them as a provocateur" (153), seemingly contradicting his earlier point. Because his writing tends to wander, the story of Marlowe's life is hard to follow in Honan's account. Important contexts, such as espionage under Queen Elizabeth, and patronage, are not well-explained. Honan assumes that readers already have a detailed knowledge of these subjects.

An account like this necessarily involves substantial speculation, since the documentary evidence is quite spotty. Readers need to know exactly what the historical evidence is, and where speculation begins. Honan's discussion of the documentary evidence is quite uneven. In some places he gives a detailed account, but in many other places, he simply leaves this essential information out. As a result, the reader is often wondering about the historical basis for Honan's account. He often fails to distinguish fact from speculation.

One useful feature is an appendix which reproduces some important historical documents including the so-called Baines libel and coroner's inquest of Marlowe's death.

4-0 out of 5 stars PoeticLicense on Kit
A book best for people with some prior understanding of Marlowe's works and the era in which he lived. In regard to the spying done, most casual readers will be lost in the confusing cross currents of British politics, heavily influenced by religious factors, of the late 1500s. And the fact is much of Marlowe's life is lost to documented history. In a pleasing style, Professor Park Honan fills the lacunae with his informed guesses and conjectures. ... Read more


16. The Complete Works of Christopher Marlowe: Volume V: Tamburlaine the Great, Parts 1 and 2; and The Massacre at Paris (Parts 1 & 2)
by Christopher Marlowe
Hardcover: 464 Pages (1998-09-24)
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This book is the final volume of the Oxford English Texts edition of The Complete Works of Christopher Marlowe. Volume four contains the two parts of Tamburlaine the Great, edited by David Fuller, and The Massacre at Paris, edited by Edward J. Esche. It is the first time that either text has been presented in an old-spelling edition with textual annotation and a full critical commentary. Readers will find a detailed discussion of the plays' subject matter, context, textual history, interpretation, stage action, and language. ... Read more


17. The Complete Works of Christopher Marlowe: Volume III: Edward II
by Christopher Marlowe
Hardcover: 192 Pages (1995-01-12)
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Asin: 0198122780
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The first full critical edition of Marlowe's highly controversial Edward II for twenty-five years, Richard Rowland's scholarly edition presents an old-spelling text which adheres more closely to the first quarto than any prior edition. A full commentary and introduction contextualize the play and give an entirely original account of the relationship between the play, Marlowe's own age, and events which immediately followed it. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars As good as it could get
well i thought that the book was good, and even though it was introduced to me in high school, i think that maybe it is for the more mature crowd. if you can get passed the text then you will really enjoy the book. it isbest to read the book along with its footnotes.not only is it a littleeasier on the reader, but it is also more enjoyable when you can actuallyunderstand what it is you are reading.but over all the book wasexcellent.i think of it as one of marlowe's greatest works. ... Read more


18. The Complete Poems and Translations (Penguin Classics)
by Christopher Marlowe, Stephen Orgel
Paperback: 320 Pages (2007-05-29)
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The essential lyric works of the great Elizabethan playwright—newly revised and updated

Though best known for his plays—and for courting danger as a homosexual, a spy, and an outspoken atheist—Christopher Marlowe was also an accomplished and celebrated poet. This long-awaited updated and revised edition of his poems and translations contains his complete lyric works—from his translations of Ovidian elegies to his most famous poem, "The Passionate Shepherd to His Love," to the impressive epic mythological poem "Hero and Leander." ... Read more


19. The Cambridge Companion to Christopher Marlowe (Cambridge Companions to Literature)
Hardcover: 336 Pages (2004-08-16)
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The Cambridge Companion to Christopher Marlowe provides a full introduction to one of the great pioneers of both the Elizabethan stage and modern English poetry. It recalls that Marlowe was an inventor of the English history play (Edward II) and of Ovidian narrative verse (Hero and Leander), as well as being author of such masterpieces of tragedy and lyric as Doctor Faustus and 'The Passionate Shepherd to His Love'. Sixteen leading scholars provide accessible and authoritative chapters on Marlowe's life, texts, style, politics, religion, and classicism. The volume also considers his literary and patronage relationships and his representations of sexuality and gender and of geography and identity; his presence in modern film and theatre; and finally his influence on subsequent writers. The Companion includes a chronology of Marlowe's life, a note on reference works, and a reading list for each chapter. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars A comprehensive academic overview of Marlowe's work and times
This book is exactly as the title suggests, a companion book for Marlovian students, however, you do not have to be an academic to enjoy this work.Comprised of sixteen different essays, seventeen if you count the introduction, written by the most respected Marlowe scholars of our times, this book is accessible to the general reader.I highly recommend it for anyone who is generally familiar with the playwright and who desires to progress to the next level in the academic field.It is an excellent book displaying a cross-section of the latest trends in Marlovian research.

The titles of the various chapters are self explanatory:
`Introduction: Marlowe in the twenty-first century', `Marlowe's life', `Marlovian texts and authorship', `Marlowe and style', `Marlowe and the politics of religion', `Marlowe and the English literary sense', `Marlowe's poems and classicism', `Tamburlaine the Great, Parts One and Two', `The Jew of Malta', `Edward II', `Doctor Faustus', `Dido, Queen of Carthage and The Massacre of Paris', `Tragedy, patronage and power', `Geography and identity in Marlowe', `Marlowe's men and women: gender and sexuality', `Marlowe in theatre and film', `Marlowe's reception and influence'.

The book also features a chronology of Marlowe's life, several illustrations, suggested reading lists, an index, and a nifty listing of other Cambridge Companions that are available.

E.A.Bucchianeri, author of "Faust: My Soul be Damned for the World"

5-0 out of 5 stars Cambridge companion to Christopjer Marlowe
This is a highly intellectual study of the life, times and works of Christopher Marlowe and well done as the Cambridge companions usually are.I highly recommend it to the student who wishes to learn in depth of Marlowe. ... Read more


20. In Search of Christopher Marlowe: A Pictorial Biography
by A. D. Wraight
 Paperback: 376 Pages (1995-10)
list price: US$31.00
Isbn: 1897763034
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