Christopher Marlowe in Context.

By: Bartels, Emily CContributor(s): Smith, EmmaMaterial type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on DemandLiterature in Context: Publisher: New York : Cambridge University Press, 2013Description: 1 online resource (412 p.)ISBN: 9781107247550Subject(s): Marlowe, Christopher, 1564-1593 -- Criticism and interpretation | Marlowe, Christopher, 1564-1593Genre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Christopher Marlowe in ContextDDC classification: 822.3 | 822/.3 LOC classification: PR2674 .C58 2013Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover; Christopher Marlowe in Context; Title; Copyright; Contents; Illustrations; Contributors; A chronology of Marlowe's life and works; Abbreviations; Introduction; Notes; Part I Marlowe's works; chapter One Marlowe's chronology and canon; Notes; chapter Two Marlowe's magic books: the material text; Notes; chapter Three Marlowe and the limits of rhetoric; Notes; chapter Four Marlowe and character; Character and self-presentation; Character and language; Staging Marlowe's characters; Notes; chapter Five Marlowe's dramatic form; Notes; chapter Six Marlowe's poetic form; Notes
chapter Seven Marlowe and the Elizabethan theatre audienceNotes; chapter Eight Marlowe and classical literature; Ovid; Virgil; Lucan; Notes; chapter Nine Marlowe's medievalism; Notes; chapter Ten Marlowe's libraries: a history of reading; Notes; chapter eleven Marlowe's translations; Notes; Part II Marlowe's world; chapter twelve Geography and Marlowe; Notes; chapter thirteen Marlowe, history, and politics; The matter of England; The matter of France; Notes; chapter fourteen Marlowe and social distinction; Notes; chapter fifteen Marlowe, death-worlds, and warfare
Quivering on their city wallsMaking walls afresh; Notes; chapter sixteen Education, the university, and Marlowe; The social place of learning; Becoming learned; Notes; chapter seventeen Marlowe and the question of will; Notes; chapter eighteen Marlowe and the self; Notes; chapter nineteen Race, nation, and Marlowe; Notes; chapter twenty Marlowe and religion; Notes; chapter twenty one Marlowe and queer theory; Queer(ing) Marlowe; Queer Edward II: homoeroticism and sodomy; Performance and performativity; Queer/early modern; Notes; chapter twenty Two Marlowe and women; Notes
chapter twenty Three Marlowe and the new scienceNotes; chapter twenty Four The professional theatre and Marlowe; Relationships with acting companies; Acting companies and dramatic form; Collaboration; Conclusion; Notes; Part III Reception; chapter twenty Five Marlowe in his moment; Marlowe's influence; Marlowe's success; Marlowe out of date; Notes; chapter twenty Six Marlowe and Shakespeare revisited; Notes; chapter twenty Seven Marlowe in Caroline theatre; Author; Theatre; Allusion; Conclusion; Notes; chapter twenty Eight Marlowe's literary influence; Notes
chapter twenty Nine Marlowe in the moviesNotes; chapter thirty Editing Marlowe's texts; Notes; chapter thirty One Marlowe's biography; Notes; chapter thirty Two Marlowe and the critics; Marlowe the critic; Critical interventions; Conclusion; Notes; chapter thirty Three Marlowe now; Notes; Further reading; Part I Marlowe's works; 1 Marlowe's chronology and canon; 2 Marlowe's magic books: the material text; 3 Marlowe and the limits of rhetoric; 4 Marlowe and character; 5 Marlowe's dramatic form; 6 Marlowe's poetic form; 7 Marlowe and the Elizabethan theatre audience
8 Marlowe and classical literature
Summary: The most up-to-date contextual guide to Christopher Marlowe''s world and the full range of his poetry and drama.
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Cover; Christopher Marlowe in Context; Title; Copyright; Contents; Illustrations; Contributors; A chronology of Marlowe's life and works; Abbreviations; Introduction; Notes; Part I Marlowe's works; chapter One Marlowe's chronology and canon; Notes; chapter Two Marlowe's magic books: the material text; Notes; chapter Three Marlowe and the limits of rhetoric; Notes; chapter Four Marlowe and character; Character and self-presentation; Character and language; Staging Marlowe's characters; Notes; chapter Five Marlowe's dramatic form; Notes; chapter Six Marlowe's poetic form; Notes

chapter Seven Marlowe and the Elizabethan theatre audienceNotes; chapter Eight Marlowe and classical literature; Ovid; Virgil; Lucan; Notes; chapter Nine Marlowe's medievalism; Notes; chapter Ten Marlowe's libraries: a history of reading; Notes; chapter eleven Marlowe's translations; Notes; Part II Marlowe's world; chapter twelve Geography and Marlowe; Notes; chapter thirteen Marlowe, history, and politics; The matter of England; The matter of France; Notes; chapter fourteen Marlowe and social distinction; Notes; chapter fifteen Marlowe, death-worlds, and warfare

Quivering on their city wallsMaking walls afresh; Notes; chapter sixteen Education, the university, and Marlowe; The social place of learning; Becoming learned; Notes; chapter seventeen Marlowe and the question of will; Notes; chapter eighteen Marlowe and the self; Notes; chapter nineteen Race, nation, and Marlowe; Notes; chapter twenty Marlowe and religion; Notes; chapter twenty one Marlowe and queer theory; Queer(ing) Marlowe; Queer Edward II: homoeroticism and sodomy; Performance and performativity; Queer/early modern; Notes; chapter twenty Two Marlowe and women; Notes

chapter twenty Three Marlowe and the new scienceNotes; chapter twenty Four The professional theatre and Marlowe; Relationships with acting companies; Acting companies and dramatic form; Collaboration; Conclusion; Notes; Part III Reception; chapter twenty Five Marlowe in his moment; Marlowe's influence; Marlowe's success; Marlowe out of date; Notes; chapter twenty Six Marlowe and Shakespeare revisited; Notes; chapter twenty Seven Marlowe in Caroline theatre; Author; Theatre; Allusion; Conclusion; Notes; chapter twenty Eight Marlowe's literary influence; Notes

chapter twenty Nine Marlowe in the moviesNotes; chapter thirty Editing Marlowe's texts; Notes; chapter thirty One Marlowe's biography; Notes; chapter thirty Two Marlowe and the critics; Marlowe the critic; Critical interventions; Conclusion; Notes; chapter thirty Three Marlowe now; Notes; Further reading; Part I Marlowe's works; 1 Marlowe's chronology and canon; 2 Marlowe's magic books: the material text; 3 Marlowe and the limits of rhetoric; 4 Marlowe and character; 5 Marlowe's dramatic form; 6 Marlowe's poetic form; 7 Marlowe and the Elizabethan theatre audience

8 Marlowe and classical literature

The most up-to-date contextual guide to Christopher Marlowe''s world and the full range of his poetry and drama.

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