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Marlowe

[mahr-loh] /ˈmɑr loʊ/
noun
1.
Christopher, 1564–93, English dramatist and poet.
2.
Julia (Sarah Frances Frost Sothern) 1866–1950, U.S. actress born in England (wife of E. H. Sothern).
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  • The Satanic energy of this outburst proclaims its author, Marlowe.

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  • At least to this extent, then, Shakespeare used Marlowe in depicting Richard's character.

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  • Shakespeare is not so representative of the Elizabethans as is Marlowe or Chapman.

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  • A few daring jests, a brawl, and a fatal stab, make up the life of Marlowe.

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  • Miss Marlowe sent for Jane, and you should have heard her when she came back!

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Marlowe

/ˈmɑːləʊ/
noun
1.
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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