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Marlowe as a playwright at the beginning of the greatest period of Elizabethan creativity.
A short recap on Marlowe’s university life.
Marlowe moves to London.
The anonymity and earning power of Elizabethan playwrights.
‘Dido, Queen of Carthage’.
Thomas Nashe as co-author of ‘Dido, Queen of Carthage’.
Marlowe’s sexual preferences.
The Elizabethan attitude to sexuality.
Marlowe and religion.
The School of Atheism.
Marlowe’s use of rhetoric.
Marlowe, blank verse, and iambic pentameter.
Marlowe’s Mighty Line.
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