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Roy Kendall
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Fairleigh Dickinson University Press (January 1, 2004)
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Home Browse Books Book details, Christopher Marlowe and Richard Baines: Journeys. This was the backcloth against which Christopher Marlowe grew to manhood at Cambridge, wrote part 1 of Tamburlaine the Great, and was first introduced to this underground world

Home Browse Books Book details, Christopher Marlowe and Richard Baines: Journeys. Christopher Marlowe and Richard Baines: Journeys through the Elizabethan Underground. This was the backcloth against which Christopher Marlowe grew to manhood at Cambridge, wrote part 1 of Tamburlaine the Great, and was first introduced to this underground world. It is true that the Elizabethan underground comprised more threats to national security than just the Catholic/Protestant conflict; but it is also true that this was by far the largest of the tunnels under Elizabethan England.

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This book contains a thorough re-evaluation of the problems surrounding the activities, dramatic, literary, and otherwise, of Christopher Marlowe, particularly in his relations with his associate Richard Baines, in the latter part of Marlowe's life. It is the first full-length biography of Richard Baines, the object of which is to act as a lens through which to view standard Marlovian biography from a new angle and with a fresh eye.

This book contains a thorough re-evaluation of the problems surrounding the activities, dramatic, literary, and otherwise, of Christopher Marlowe, particularly in his relations with his associate Richard Baines, in the latter part of Marlowe's life

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This book contains a thorough re-evaluation of the problems surrounding the activities, dramatic, literary, and otherwise, of Christopher Marlowe, particularly in his relations with his associate Richard Baines, in the latter part of Marlowe's life.

This book contains a thorough re-evaluation of the problems surrounding the activities, dramatic, literary, and otherwise, of Christopher Marlowe, particularly in his relations with his associate Richard Baines, in the latter part of Marlowe's life

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This book contains a thorough re-evaluation of the problems surrounding the activities, dramatic, literary, and otherwise, of Christopher Marlowe, particularly in his relations with his associate Richard Baines.

Kendall, Roy. Madison, NJ: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 2003. E-mail Citation . A dual biography explaining that the notorious Baines Note is remarkably similar to the dark self-portrait(s) which Baines had painted ten years before when in prison in Rheims (p. 24) and may not be reflective of Marlowe at all. Kuriyama, Constance Brown. Christopher Marlowe: A Renaissance Life. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 2002. ‘Richard Baines and Christopher Marlowe’s Milieu’, English Literary Renaissance 24 (1994): 507−22. -. London: Associated University Presses, 2003. ‘François Hotman and Marlowe’s The Massacre at Paris’, PMLA 56 (1941): 349−68. 202 A Christopher Marlowe Chronology.

This book contains a thorough re-evaluation of the problems surrounding the activities, dramatic, literary, and otherwise, of Christopher Marlowe, particularly in his relations with his associate Richard Baines, in the latter part of Marlowe's life. It is the first full-length biography of Richard Baines, the object of which is to act as a lens through which to view standard Marlovian biography from a new angle and with a fresh eye. This new book thus comprises two interlinking biographical studies which inform both literary criticism and early modern history, puts the Baines/Marlowe relationship into a new perspective, and demonstrates the symbiotic relationship that existed in actuality between the two men in their lifetimes and which, of its nature, sets up a literary, historiographical, cultural, and scholastic virtual relationship on the web of history. Kendall's method is not to give full-scale interpretations of individual plays and poems or to attempt a conventional Canterbury/Cambridge/London appraisal of Marlowe's life, but rather to take the reader along a rough chronological path that traces the life of Richard Baines, picking suitable spots to break off the narrative a