Christopher Marlowe

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Noun1.Christopher Marlowe - English poet and playwright who introduced blank verse as a form of dramatic expressionChristopher Marlowe - English poet and playwright who introduced blank verse as a form of dramatic expression; was stabbed to death in a tavern brawl (1564-1593)
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For answer Sylvia hummed the first verse of that famous song writ by Kit Marlowe.
My mother gave me my love of stories, a teacher or two at my school - also in Canterbury by the way, the same school where Kit Marlowe went a few years before me.
UPSTART CROW BBC2, 10pm Will's controversial new play is about to be presented to Queen Elizabeth, but it goes missing and the finger of suspicion points to his best friend and fellow author Kit Marlowe.
He left out any reference to Kit Marlowe, attributing Tom Walsingham's patronage to his political connections.
And with the exception of England's Helicon, when this two-part piece is attributed to an author at all, it is attributed as a single item to a single author, although never to Kit Marlowe.
Columbia studio bosses wanted to call her Kit Marlowe but this later became Kim Novak as she wanted to keep her own surname.
From symposia and readings to films and the much smaller Rorschach Theatre's staging of David Grimm's biodrama Kit Marlowe, Washington should get a pretty rich taste of Shakespeare's rival--and of Kahn's increasing knack for epic programming.
I must confess that I have a weakness for the Elizabethan period, and so I read and re-read the section on Christopher Marlowe and the ill-fated, immensely influential Thomas Kyd, who died from injuries inflicted by torture during his relationship with Kit Marlowe.
the past isn't something that's kept in mothballs:' says the author of Kit Marlowe and Sheridan, who lives in Brooklyn, N.