Doctor Faustus and Other Plays: Tamburlaine, Parts I and II; Doctor Faustus, A- and B-Texts; The Jew of Malta; Edward II - Oxford World's Classics by Christopher Marlowe
Christopher Marlowe (1564-1593), a man of acute sentiments and dramatist of immense talent, is Shakespeare's most important moral. This edition presents his five major plays, which show the extremism and…
Doctor Faustus and Other Plays synopsis
Christopher Marlowe (1564-1593), a man of acute sentiments and dramatist of immense talent, is Shakespeare's most important moral. This edition presents his five major plays, which show the extremism and vitality of his writings in the few years before his violent death.
Tamburlaine Part I and Part II deals with the rise of the global prominence of the great shepherd. The Jew of Malta is a wicked drama and revenge.
Edward II was to influence Richard II to Shakespeare. Dr.
Faust, perhaps the first drama taken from the medieval myth of a man selling his soul to Satan, is here in both A and B-text, which shows the enormous and amazing differences between the two. In the context of the general editing of Dr.
Michael Kordner of York University, the texts of the plays were recently edited and presented with modern spelling and punctuation. In addition, there is a scientific introduction and detailed explanation.
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