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Articles from Marlowe Studies: An Annual (January 1, 2015)

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Title Author Type Words
Dead shepherd: Marlowe's mighty saw. Wilson, Richard Critical essay 8853
Dido, Queen of Carthage, Hamlet, and the transformation of Narcissism. McAdam, Ian Critical essay 13339
Fortune's breath: rewriting the classical storm in the drama of Christopher Marlowe and William Shakespeare. Preedy, Chloe Katherine Critical essay 9418
Marlovian models and itinerant identities: Dido, Tamburlaine, and the Discourse of Colonialism. Hopkins, Lisa Critical essay 7228
Moving with Marlowe (& Co.): relocation, appropriation, and personation in Thomas Dekker's the Shoemaker's Holiday. Frazer, Paul Critical essay 10315
The legacy of Mephistopheles: Marlowe's magical influence on The Late Lancashire Witches. Johnston, Bronwyn Critical essay 8433
The year's work in Marlowe studies: 2014. McInnis, David Essay 6913
Working with Marlowe: Shakespeare's early engagement with Marlowe's poetics. Eriksen, Roy Critical essay 6262
Zenocrate's power, the "remorse of conscience," and Tamburlaine's Ovidian impotence in 1 and 2 Tamburlaine. Miele, Benjamin Critical essay 8326

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