Doctor Faustus and Other Plays:Tamburlaine Parts I and II,Doctor Faustus A and B Texts, The Jew of Malta,Edward II (Oxford World’s Classics)

Doctor Faustus and Other Plays Tamburlaine Parts I and II Doctor Faustus A and B Texts The Jew of Malta Edward II Oxford World s Classics Christopher Marlowe a man of extreme passions and a playwright of immense talent is the most important of Shakespeare s contemporaries This edition offers his five major plays which show

  • Title: Doctor Faustus and Other Plays:Tamburlaine Parts I and II,Doctor Faustus A and B Texts, The Jew of Malta,Edward II (Oxford World’s Classics)
  • Author: Christopher Marlowe
  • ISBN: 0199537062
  • Page: 436
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    • …with the devil.Thanks to a fellow reviewer, I was privileged to see the operatic version of this classic tale under the summer night skies of Santa Fe. I knew the essence of the story prior to viewing the opera, but had never actually read one of the versions. The tale is based on Germanic folklore, and is set in that country, even though Christopher Marlowe is English. His was the first formal written version of the tale. Subsequent versions would be produced by Goethe and Thomas Mann – a [...]


    • Dr. Faustus is a great story of hubris, temptation, and regret. It has also been told in so many forms over the centuries that it has had a lasting artistic impact on Western culture, especially in literature and drama. That said, it is a story that everyone who loves books and theater should read.You could find much thicker copies of this work with extensive interpretation, long forewords, and various other analytical and historical additions. Those may benefit you a great deal. Since colle [...]


    • Doctor Faustus is a surprisingly short and, for a 500 year old work, readable play. This free Kindle version has some OCR-type errors, but is itself very readable. There are hot links to and from footnotes.Marlowe gives a chilling portrayal of a man who chooses to have the world - particularly through magic - temporarily in exchange for his soul eternally. Whenever Dr. Faustus questions his own choice, the Devil beseeches him and he reaffirms that choice. Dr. Faustus's intrigue with magic is all [...]


    • I purchased this book for a summer class I was taking at uni, but I ended up buying another copy from Barnes and Noble because I could not get around the disorganization of the book itself.There were no line numbers, no clear indication of where scenes and acts began or ended, the footnotes were more of a hinderance than a help, and some of the scenes were out of order.I know the old adage "you get what you pay for" and that because this book was only $3.00 I shouldn't be complaining, but still. [...]


    • I purchased this book in order to be able to follow a Globe Theater production of Marlowe's play, and I paid special attention to the fact that this volume had both the longer and the shorter versions of Marlowe's texts, so I would be sure to have one which matched the filmed play.As it turned out, the filmed play was a bit different from both versions in this volume, and it was not immediately clear why that was. I was hoping that the two versions of the play would have been printed on facing p [...]


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