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The final instalment in Darren Freebury-Jones’ The Adventures of Christopher Marlowe trilogy is now available on Amazon Kindle here:
KIT MARLOWE AND THE FATAL ENGINES OF WAR… 118 more words
“Despite having the framework of the morality play, Marlowe’s sympathies are with Faustus”. To what extent do you agree with this view?
Marlowe’s ‘Dr Faustus’ certainly shares stylistic conventions with morality plays; the chorus stems from Greek theatre and the good and bad angels are externalisations of the “conflict in Faustus’ mind” which illustrate to the audience the protagonist’s continual choice between moral and immoral behaviour. 684 more words