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Christopher Marlowe and Edward Alleyn

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  • Author : A. D. Wraight
  • Publisher : Adam Hart Pub Limited
  • Release Date : 1993
  • Genre: Drama
  • Pages : 503
  • ISBN 10 : UOM:39015029112367
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Wraight's subject, Christopher Marlowe and the Elizabethan theatre world that he dominated in a theatrical partnership with the gifted, young actor Edward Alleyn, develops into a long-awaited definitive biographical study of Alleyn's theatrical career, spanning to the end of Queen Elizabeth's reign, during which he continued to act Marlowe's great roles. In particular, this book poses vital questions for Shakespearean scholars which this research has brought to light in the revelation of the true identity of 'Shake-scene,' who was so vituperatively attacked by the dying dramatist Robert Greene in his Groatsworth of Wit in September 1592.