Marlowe speaks, in ‘Tamburlaine,’ of ‘Gorgon, prince of Hell.’
Alluding to Tamburlaine the great, or the Scythian Shepheard, 1590, 8vo.
Tamburlaine and the other mighty kings, emperors and captains have little skill in converse; when they speak they orate.
Tamburlaine's death is merely the end of the play, not a tragic catastrophe.
More even than Tamburlaine, this play hangs upon one central figure.
"Tamburlaine" set a standard in stage effects as well as in poetry.
Tamburlaine had a sudden, a great, and long-continued popularity.
The first of these is Tamburlaine, the story of Timur the Tartar.
Like Tamburlaine, it is lacking in dramatic construction, but has an unusual number of passages of rare poetic beauty.
The creation of Tamburlaine is the apotheosis of man on the earth.