Christopher Marlowe

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English poet and playwright who introduced blank verse as a form of dramatic expression


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Lamenting the state of humanity today she quoted the saying of Christopher Marlow who had spoken about the subject in the 16th century.
Christopher Marlow, 25, climbed the 30ft tree as the mind-bending drug took hold at a friend's party.
Dr Hosty, a Cambridge graduate who is particularly fascinated by 17th century dramatists including John Webster and Christopher Marlow, is delighted as his department's dedication.
He explains attraction, reflection, rule-making, devotion, utopianism, marginalization and the heart of the poet along with the moments in his life that shaped his mind and spirit, and critiques the works of authors ranging from Christopher Marlow to Emily Dickenson, Edwin Arlington Robinson, Robert Creeley, and Zbigniew Herbert.
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