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 Mansel, Henry Longueville, D.D.Marryat, Florence 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Marlowe, Christopher
 
(b. Canterbury, February, 1564; d. Deptford, June 16th, 1593). “Tamburlaine the Great, Part the First” (1590); “Tamburlaine the Great, Part the Second” (1590); “Edward the Second” (1594); “Dido” (with T. Nash, 1594); “Ovid’s Elegies” (translated about 1596); “Hero and Leander” (completed by Chapman, 1598); “First Book of Lucan” (translated 1600); “The Tragicall History of Dr. Faustus” (1604); “The Jew of Malta” (1633); and “The Massacre at Paris.” For Biographical Notices of Marlowe, see “Athenæ Cantabrigienses;” Beard’s “Theatre of God’s Judgments” (1597); Meres’ “Palladis Tamia” (1598); Vaughan’s “Golden Grove, Moralised in Three Books” (1600); Dyce’s “Edition of the Works;” and Robert Bell’s “Introduction to the Poems.”   1
 


 Mansel, Henry Longueville, D.D.Marryat, Florence 

 
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