The Marlowe Conspiracy
1593, Elizabethan England
In a turbulent time of wars, famine, and religious persecution, Christopher Marlowe struggles to balance his life as England’s most popular playwright with his duties as a government spy.
Suddenly, when he falls under suspicion of atheism, a capital crime, Marlowe fears his many powerful enemies have launched a conspiracy to have him executed…
With only a few days to clear his name, he quickly enlists the aid of a young William Shakespeare – one of the few friends he can still trust. Together, they race through Marlowe’s tangled life of crime, espionage, and noble connections to expose the conspiracy and save him from the hangman’s noose.
But will anything save a man as troubled as Marlowe?
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THE LIFE & COMPLETE WORKS OF
Described by Tennyson as the ‘Morning Star’ of Elizabethan drama, Christopher Marlowe is considered one of the greatest playwrights in the English language. This book gathers together all the crucial information needed for a study into the life of Marlowe, including a detailed timeline, a biographical profile, an extensive list of all Marlowe’s personal associates, and a collection of all the key primary documents relating to Marlowe’s dramatic life and death (e.g., The Privy Council Note To Cambridge Authorities, The Dutch Church Libel, The Baines Note, & much more).
Optimized for navigation as an eBook, with a table of contents linked to every section, this book also features a complete collection of Marlowe’s plays and poetry.
– Dido, Queen of Carthage
– Tamburlaine The Great, Part One
– Tamburlaine The Great, Part Two
– The Jew Of Malta
– Doctor Faustus (from the Quarto of 1604, and from the Quarto of 1616)
– Edward the Second
– The Massacre at Paris
– Hero and Leander
– Ovid’s Elegies (translation)
– Lucan’s Pharsalia (translation)
– The Passionate Shepherd To His Love
– Dialogue In Verse
Published: Nov, 2010
Format: Paperback / eBook
Genre: Historical Fiction / Mystery & Detective / Thriller
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Declared by Swinburne as having ‘no parallel in all the range of tragedy’, Doctor Faustus is considered Christopher Marlowe’s greatest work. This edition of his play gathers together both published versions of The Tragical History Of Doctor Faustus, from the Quarto of 1604, and the Quarto of 1616, each with modernized spelling and full textual notes.
Optimized for navigation as an eBook, with a table of contents linked to every section, this edition also features a wealth of contextual sources, such as The English Faust Book, Marlowe’s main inspiration for the play, as well as a detailed timeline, a biographical profile, an extensive list of all Marlowe’s personal associates, and a collection of all the key primary documents relating to Marlowe’s dramatic life and death (e.g., The Privy Council Note To Cambridge Authorities, The Dutch Church Libel, The Baines Note, & much more).
– The Tragical History Of Doctor Faustus (1604)
– The Tragical History Of Doctor Faustus (1616)
– The English Faust Book
– Biographical Profile (detailing Marlowe’s birth, death, family, education, profession, criminal record, religious beliefs, legacy, etc.)
– List of Marlowe’s Personal Associates
– Primary Sources on Marlowe’s Life and Death
– A. C. Swinburne’s famous critical essay, ‘Christopher Marlowe’