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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Duxfield's book is a worthy inclusion in this lineage, and Marlovians will have to wait to see what Routledge intends to do in the critical space they've acquired.
Most Shakespeareans will be struck by the novelty of some of McCarthy's "supposes," and may be reminded of Oxfordians' desperate desire to show that all of Shakespeare's plays were written before Oxford's death in 1604, or of Marlovians for whom their poet remained secretly alive, even (maybe) living with the Countess of Pembroke at Wilton.
Eager Marlovians were no doubt ready for the type of productions often dreamed of but rarely achieved, ones that, in the modern sense of "stereo," send out two independent streams of information that jostle uncomfortably against one another before resolving in a single, yet complex and contradictory, message.