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By Robert A. Logan

In uncovering the beginning of the designation 'University Wits', Bob Logan examines the features of the Wits and their impression at the process Elizabethan drama. For the 1st time, Christopher Marlowe is put within the context of the six collage Wits, the place his acceptance often is the so much popular, and the impression of his college schooling on his works is clarified. The essays chosen for reprinting examine the main major scholarship written approximately Marlowe, together with biographical stories, demanding situations to favourite assumptions concerning the poet/playwright and his works, compositions on groupings of his works, on person works, and on matters specific to Marlowe. distinctive in its point of view and within the number of essays, this e-book will curiosity all scholars and students of Renaissance poetry, drama, and really good cultural contexts.

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