- Christopher,1564–93, English dramatist and poet.
- JuliaSarah Frances Frost Sothern, 1866–1950, U.S. actress born in England (wife of E. H. Sothern).
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Reading Chandler, I get to decide what Marlowe looks like and how he talks and moves.My Imaginary Literary Friends
February 23, 2014
Someone else mimed how Marlowe, portrayed as a right-hand finger, was stabbed, after a struggle, by his left-hand opponent.Robert Pinsky: The Comedy of Seamus Heaney
October 1, 2013
And the best of luck to Mr. Banville and my old friend Marlowe.
Iconic characters like Marlowe, Spenser, and James Bond make up the patchwork of our modern day folklore.
At this time he took on Marlowe, Parker was a major bestseller who did not need to be put under the microscope.
The Satanic energy of this outburst proclaims its author, Marlowe.
At least to this extent, then, Shakespeare used Marlowe in depicting Richard's character.
Shakespeare is not so representative of the Elizabethans as is Marlowe or Chapman.Personality in Literature
Rolfe Arnold Scott-James
A few daring jests, a brawl, and a fatal stab, make up the life of Marlowe."Stops"</p>
Miss Marlowe sent for Jane, and you should have heard her when she came back!Judy of York Hill</p>
Ethel Hume Patterson Bennett
- Christopher. 1564–93, English dramatist and poet, who established blank verse as a creative form of dramatic expression. His plays include Tamburlaine the Great (1590), Edward II (?1592), and Dr Faustus (1604). He was stabbed to death in a tavern brawl
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