|Publisher:||Taylor & Francis|
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Table of Contents
Contents: Introduction: placing the plays of Christopher Marlowe: fresh cultural contexts, Sara Munson Deats and Robert A. Logan. Part 1 Marlowe and the Theater: 'Mark this show': magic and theater in Marlowe's Doctor Faustus, Sara Munson Deats; Marlowe's Edward II and the early playhouse audience, Ruth Lunney; Edmund Kean, anti-Semitism and The Jew of Malta, Stephanie Moss. Part 2 Marlowe and the Family: The hopeless daughter of a hapless Jew: father and daughter in Marlowe's The Jew of Malta, Lagretta Tallent Lenker; A study in ambivalence: mothers and their sons in Christopher Marlowe, Joyce Karpay; Masculinity, performance, and identity: father/son dyads in Christopher Marlowe's plays, Merry G. Perry. Part 3 Marlowe, Ethics and Religion: Almost famous, always iterable: Doctor Faustus as meme of academic performativity, Rick Bowers; Misbelief, false profession and The Jew of Malta, William M. Hamlin; Doctor Faustus and the early modern language of addiction, Deborah Willis; Rhetorical strategies for a locus terribilis: senses, signs, symbols, and theological allusion in Marlowe's The Massacre at Paris, Christine McCall Probes; Barabas and Charles I, John Parker. Part 4 Marlowe and Shakespeare: Marlowe, Shakespeare, and the theoretically irrelevant author, Constance Brown Kuriyama; 'Glutted with conceit': imprints of Doctor Faustus on The Tempest, Robert A. Logan; Christopher Marlowe: the late years, David Bevington; Comprehensive bibliography; Index.