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Christopher Marlowe in Context

(Literature in Context)

Bartels, Emily C. (EDT)   Smith, Emma (EDT)

Cambridge Univ Pr 2013/07
382 p. illustrations ; 23 cm.   
装丁: Hrd    装丁について
テキストの言語: ENG    出版国: GB
ISBN: 9781107016255
装丁違いISBN: 1107559367
KCN: 1016944814
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DDC: 822.3
KDC: B232 イギリス・近代初期
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Annotation

Setting Marlowe's writings in their historical context, this collection showcases the most exciting critics writing on critical and contextual approaches to his poems and plays, discussing both major and lesser-known works. In three sections, 'Marlowe's works', 'Marlowe's world', and 'Marlowe's reception,' short chapters tell a story ranging from classical literature through to modern cinema. Other topics covered include religion, geography, audience, and women.

Full Description

This collection sets Marlowe's plays and poems in their historical context, exploring his world and his wider cultural influence. Chapters by the most exciting critics writing on approaches to Marlowe's writings discuss both major and lesser-known works. Topics include history and politics, religion, modern film adaptations and Marlowe and Shakespeare.
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Table of Contents

Chronology of Marlowe's life and works Catherine Clifford and Martin Wiggins; Introduction Emily C. Bartels and Emma Smith; Part I. Marlowe's Works: 1. Marlowe's canon Martin Wiggins; 2. Marlowe's material texts Leah S. Marcus; 3. Marlowe and the limits of rhetoric Catherine Nicholson; 4. Marlowe and character Laurie Maguire and Aleksandra Thostrup; 5. Marlowe's dramatic form Sarah Dewar-Watson; 6. Marlowe's poetic form Danielle Clarke; 7. Marlowe and the Elizabethan theatre audience Brian Walsh; 8. Marlowe and classical literature Syrithe Pugh; 9. Marlowe's medievalism Chris Chism; 10. Reading Marlowe's books Elizabeth Spiller; 11. Marlowe's translations Jenny C. Mann; Part II. Marlowe's World: 12. Geography and Marlowe Jacques Lezra; 13. History, politics and Marlowe Paulina Kewes; 14. Marlowe and social distinction James R. Siemon; 15. Marlowe, militarism and violence Patricia Cahill; 16. Education, the university and Marlowe Elizabeth Hanson; 17. Marlowe and the question of will Kathryn Schwartz; 18. Marlowe and the self Lars Engle; 19. Race, nation and Marlowe Emily C. Bartels; 20. Marlowe and religion Gillian Woods; 21. Marlowe and Queer Theory David Clark; 22. Marlowe and women Alison Findlay; 23. Marlowe and the New Science Mary Thomas Crane; 24. The professional theatre and Marlowe Tom Rutter; Part III. Reception: 25. Marlowe in his moment Holger Schott Syme; 26. Marlowe and Shakespeare Thomas Cartelli; 27. Marlowe in Caroline theatre Lucy Munro; 28. Marlowe's literary influence Lisa Hopkins; 29. Marlowe at the movies Pascale Aebischer; 30. Editing Marlowe's texts Andrew Duxfield; 31. Marlowe's biography Thomas Healy; 32. Marlowe and the critics Adam Hansen; 33. Marlowe now Paul Menzer.

Subject:Marlowe, Christopher,