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The Cambridge Introduction to Christopher Marlowe
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  • Dewey number: 822.3
  • Dewey version: 23
  • LC Classification: PR2674 .R88 2012
  • LC Subject headings:
    • Marlowe, Christopher,--1564-1593--Criticism and interpretation

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Index

Index

acting companies (Elizabethan)

Admiral’s Men 11, 13, 22, 23, 41, 57, 75, 104

Children of the Chapel 102

Pembroke’s Men 93

Queen’s Men 22–5, 65, 82

Strange’s Men 17

allegory 23, 24, 54, 66

Alleyn, Edward 37, 41, 93, 104

Alpers, Paul 113

ambition

in Doctor Faustus 45, 48

in Edward II 84, 87–9

in Ovid’s Elegies 7, 101

in Tamburlaine 31, 35

in The Massacre at Paris 68

of Marlowe 2, 5

America 19, 33, 40, 46

Arianism 20

astronomy 18, 43, 46, 53

atheism

and Tamburlaine 12

Harriot and Ralegh accused of 44

in The Jew of Malta 63, 67

in The Massacre at Paris 67

Machiavelli accused of 61

Marlowe accused of 17–20, 122

audiences

of Doctor Faustus 51, 55, 59

of Edward II 85

of Tamburlaine 26, 33–7

of The Jew of Malta 64, 71, 75

of The Massacre at Paris 67, 75

Augustus, Gaius Julius Caesar 103

Baines, Richard 11, 15

Baines note 15, 17–20, 43, 79

Baldwin, William 80

Bancroft, Richard, Bishop of London 102

Barbican theatre 130

Bartels, Emily 70

Barton, John 128

Beard, Thomas 122

Beaumont, Francis 114

Benson, Frank 133

Berek, Peter 121

Bevington, David 127

Bible

and homosexuality 87

in Doctor Faustus 45, 48

in Tamburlaine 39

in The Jew of Malta 68

in The Massacre at Paris 68, 73

Marlowe’s alleged questioning of 19

Protestantism and 9, 47

Billington, Michael 130, 132

Birde, William 57, 123

blasphemy

of Faustus 47, 49, 50

of Marlowe 17

of Tamburlaine 25, 39, 40

Blount, Edward 118

Book of Homilies 30, 31, 48

Bowers, Fredson 102

Bradley, William 14, 15, 16, 21

Bray, Alan 87

Brecht, Bertolt 133

Briggs, Julia 74

British Empire 33, 43, 103

Brooke, Tucker 94

Brown, Georgia 115

Bruno, Giordano 43, 45, 46

Bull, Eleanor 20

Burgess, Anthony 136–7

Burnett, Mark Thornton 32

Burton, Richard 128

Caesar, Gaius Julius 107

Calvin, John 3, 10, 49

Cambridge 3, 10, 12

Canterbury 1, 4, 8, 9, 15, 74

Carroll, Tim 132

Catholic Church

and ancient Rome 110

and English aristocracy 16

and English Reformation 8–11, 68

and predestination 52

and Spain 15, 32

anti-Catholicism in Marlowe’s works 34, 59, 61, 63, 70, 71–5, 84

Cecil, William, Lord Burghley 15, 16, 92

Chapman, George 108, 118–20

Chapman, Robin 136

Chaucer, Geoffrey 69, 80, 122

Cheney, Patrick 6, 108

Chettle, Henry 122

Church of England

and education system 2, 4, 5, 6

and English Reformation 9–10

doctrines 3, 11, 48, 49, 52, 59

Coghill, Nevill 128

Collins, Kevin 134

comedy 24, 25, 57, 59

Copernicus, Nicolaus 3, 43, 46, 136

costume 23, 76

damnation 4, 45, 47, 48, 49

Davies, John 102

de la Tour, Frances 128

Deats, Sara Munson 37, 95

Dee, John 42

Devereux, Robert, Earl of Essex 92, 108, 136

Dickens, Charles 127

Donne, John 102

Drayton, Michael 123

Dryden, John 101

Dutch church libel 19, 21, 22, 76

Duxfield, Andrew 132

Edinburgh Assembly Hall 130

Edward VI 9

Edwards, Thomas 114

Eliot, T. S. 123

Elizabeth I 4, 9, 18, 33, 34, 62, 73, 82, 85, 104

excommunicated 10, 31, 54, 59, 72

Elvyn, Edward 14

Erne, Lukas 14

Faust Book 41–2

Fettes, Christopher 129

Forker, Charles R. 133

fortune 25, 26, 34, 39, 67, 80, 84

Foxe, John 70

Frizer, Ingram 20

Frow, Toby 128

Gawdy, Philip 11, 14, 22

Geckle, George L. 124

Gentillet, Innocent 61, 67

Georgius of Helmstadt 42

Gilbert, Gifford 15

Gill, Roma 102

Glasgow Citizens’ Theatre 130

Godwin, Laura Grace 127, 129

Gower, John 122

Graber, Jody 134

Greenblatt, Stephen 67

Greene, Robert 2, 6, 12–14, 22, 34, 57, 121–2

Greene’s Groatsworth of Wit 122

Greg, W. W. 56

Gresshop, John 4

Guise, Henry, Duke of 61

Hack, Keith 130

Hall, Peter 130

Harriot, Thomas 17, 18, 21, 33, 43, 46, 136

Hartley, Andrew 129

Hazlitt, William 124

Henry of Anjou (Henry III) 62

Henry of Navarre (Henry IV) 62, 78

Henry VIII 5, 9, 82

Henslowe, Philip 17, 57, 62, 75, 76, 123

Herbert, Mary, Countess of Pembroke 16

Heywood, Thomas 123

Hille, Anastasia 132

Holinshed, Raphael 80, 83, 86

Honan, Park 19

Hopkins, Lisa 104, 118

Howard, Henry, Earl of Surrey 108

Hunter, G. K. 120

Hytner, Nicholas 133

Islam 32, 34, 39, 69–70, 71, 82, 121

Jarman, Derek 127–35

Jonson, Ben 2, 3, 57, 102, 108, 124

Kean, Edmund 124–6

Kemp, Peter 129

King’s School, Canterbury 2, 4, 5, 6

kingship 31, 36, 61, 63, 68, 80, 86, 89–91

Kitt, Eartha 128

Kuriyama, Constance 1, 8, 21, 93

Kyd, Thomas 16, 19, 57, 66, 136

Kyle, Barry 129

Lan, David 128

Langland, William 54

Latin

and blank verse 28

and education system 2–4, 6, 110

in Doctor Faustus 47, 76

Marlowe’s translations of 3, 6–7, 99–102, 107–10

Marlowe’s works in 3, 16

Law, Jude 128

Levin, Harry 27, 109

lollardy 59, 73

Lopez, Roderigo 78

Lucan (Marcus Annaeus Lucanus) 3, 107–10

Lunney, Ruth 51

Luther, Martin 9, 47, 49

Lydgate, John 80

Lyric Studio, Hammersmith 129

Macauley, Elizabeth Wright 126

Macdonald, James 132

Machiavelli, Niccolò 19, 61, 122

MacLean, Sally-Beth 23

MacLure, Millar 118

magic 12, 42–7, 55, 57

Maguire, Liam 136

Manwood, Sir Roger 3, 16

Marlowe, Christopher

characters

Abigall 65, 66, 71, 77, 95, 126

Admiral of France 72, 74, 76

Aeneas 104–6, 131

Alexander the Great 55, 59

Anjou 68, 73, 74

Ascanius 104

Bajazeth 23, 24, 25, 32, 35, 36–7, 38

Barabas 61–72, 77, 124–7

Bellamira 69, 71

Calymath 67, 70

Charles V 55

Charles IX 74, 75

Cornelius 47

Cosroe 25, 29, 31, 36

Dido 104–7, 132

Edward II 79–98, 134–5

Evil Angel 45, 51, 53

Faustus 2, 41–60, 64

Ferneze 67, 71

Friar Barnardine 62, 66, 71

Friar Jacomo 62, 65, 66

Ganymede 105

Gaveston 83, 84, 85, 86–90, 91–3, 95, 96–8, 134

Good Angel 49, 51, 53

Guise 62, 67–9, 73, 74, 76

Helen of Troy 42, 55, 127

Hero 113–17

Iarbas 104

Isabella 85, 92, 95–6, 135

Ithamore 66, 69, 71, 77, 126

Jupiter 105

Leander 113–17

Lightborne 84, 94, 133–4, 135

Lodowick 62, 66

Lucifer 45, 46, 49, 54

Machevil 67, 71

Mathias 62, 66

Mephistopheles 42, 45–7, 48, 50, 51, 52–4, 55, 59, 60, 64

Mercury 105

Mortimer 83–4, 87–91, 93, 95–6, 135

Mortimer Senior 86–7, 92

Mycetes 25, 29, 31

Navarre 67, 72, 73

Neptune 116

Old Man 49, 56

Orcanes 34

Pope Bruno 59

Ramus 75

Robin 51, 59

Sigismond 34, 38

Tamburlaine 2, 26–40, 43, 45, 56, 64, 68, 130–1

Valdes 46, 47

Venus 105, 107

Wagner 46

young Spencer 83, 88, 91

Zenocrate 24–5, 29, 30, 31, 33, 35, 37, 38, 40, 77, 95

life

accused of atheism by Richard Baines 17–20

at Cambridge 5–8

early dramatic career in London 11–14

early life in Canterbury 10–15

final days 20–1

lawsuits, violence and counterfeiting 14–15

literary patronage 16–17

portrait 8

possible work as spy 7–11, 20, 136

posthumous reputation 118–24

works

Amintae Gaudia, dedication 16

Dido, Queen of Carthage 3, 6, 14, 19, 22, 99–107

and empire 103–4

as subversion of Aeneid 104–7

in performance 102, 104, 131–2

publication 93, 102

source 103

Doctor Faustus 3–4, 11, 14, 44–60, 73, 101

and Reformation 47–50

and Renaissance magic and science 42–7, 48

and theatricality 54–6

bargain with the devil 41, 45, 49

Helen of Troy in 127–9

in performance 41, 57, 123, 127–30

influence of 41, 60, 123

opening scene 44

repentance in 48, 49, 51–4, 57, 60

Seven Deadly Sins 54, 128

sources 41–2

theatrical techniques of 50–4

two texts of 57–60

women in 95

Edward II 14, 19, 98, 108

and early modern historiography 79–86

and Elizabethan politics 91–3

characterisation in 95–8

homosexuality in 86–90

in Marlowe’s career 93–8

in performance 79, 93, 132–4

influence of 123

kingship and masculinity in 89–91

on film 134–5

publication 93

social class in 87–9

style of 94

women in 95–6

The Jew of Malta 11, 17, 19, 78

anti-Catholicism in 72

aside in 64, 65

Barabas’s relationship with audience 64, 77

hypocrisy in 63, 67, 70

in performance 62, 75, 78, 123, 124–7

influence of 123

Jewish identity and anti-Semitism in 64, 66, 69–71, 124–7

Machiavel in 61–7

Prologue 61

publication 123

soliloquy in 63–4

Vice in 64–7

Hero and Leander 19, 113–17

and epyllion 114

art and nature in 114–15

heroine 116

influence of 118–20, 123

publication 114

sexuality and narration 114–16

Lucan’s First Book 3, 107–10

and republicanism 107–8

publication 108, 118

Rome in 109–10

versification 108–10

Manwood elegy 3, 16

The Massacre at Paris 11, 17, 19, 65–78, 108

anti-Catholicism in 72–5

audience response to violence 75–6

Guise’s relationship with audience 67

in performance 75, 78

Machiavel in 67–9

publication 74

women in 95

Ovid’s Elegies 3, 6–7, 14, 99–102, 103

influence of 102

manipulation of reader 101

publication 102

versification 100–1

Tamburlaine 11, 14, 19, 40, 57, 77, 84, 109

and 1580s drama 22–5, 26

and empire 32–3

as two-part play 25, 37–40

in performance 11, 130–1

influence of 22, 30, 82, 102, 120–1, 123

novelty of 26

possible responses to protagonist 33–7

publication 12, 22, 23, 24, 25, 93

reactions to 12, 22

rhetoric in 29–31, 94

subversiveness of 32

versification 24, 26–9

‘The Passionate Shepherd’ 69, 110–13

and homoeroticism 111–12

‘The Nymph’s Reply’ 112

and pastoral 111–12

influence of 112, 120

publication 111

social ambivalence of 113

Marlowe, John 1, 2

Marlowe, Katherine 1

Marston, John 87

martyrs 11

Catholic 5, 9, 54, 72, 75

Protestant 5, 9, 53

Mary, Queen of Scots 10, 31, 108

Mary Tudor 9

Mateer, David 14

May, Thomas 108

McKellen, Sir Ian 128, 132

McMillin, Scott 23

Meres, Francis 122

Messam, Coral 128

Middleton, Thomas 120

morality 26, 36, 38, 55, 80

More, Sir Thomas 2, 9

Morgan, Gareth 128

Moss, Stephanie 126

Murphy, Gerard 133

Musaeus 113

Nashe, Thomas 6, 36, 55, 102

National Theatre 130, 132

Nero (Nero Claudius Caesar Augustus Germanicus) 107

Nicholl, Charles 16, 76, 136

Nightingale, Benedict 130

Norton, Thomas 4

Nowell, Alexander 4

O’Kane, Patrick 128

Orgel, Stephen 108

Ottoman Empire 23, 32, 62, 64, 66, 70, 121

Ovid (Publius Ovidius Naso) 3, 6, 28, 99–102, 103

Oxford University Dramatic Society 128

Parker, Matthew 5

pastoral 111

patronage 16, 21

Paulin, John 120

Peele, George 122

Penley, S. 124

Percy, Henry, Earl of Northumberland 16, 17, 122

Perkins, William 71

Perry, Clive 133

Petowe, Henry 118

Phaer, Thomas 122

Pico della Mirandola, Giovanni 35

playhouses (Elizabethan)

Cockpit 123

Curtain 14

Fortune 127

Rose 22, 41, 123

Theatre 14

plays by dramatists other than Marlowe.

A Larum for London 66

A Woman Will Have Her Will 90

Alphonsus, King of Aragon 121

Apius and Virginia 51

Cambyses 25, 35, 65

Friar Bacon and Friar Bungay 57

Mankind 65, 66

Sir Clyomon and Sir Clamydes 65

The Castle of Perseverance 57

The Conflict of Conscience 66

The Spanish Tragedy 57, 66

The Three Lords and Three Ladies of London 23–4, 27

The Troublesome Reign of King John 82, 84–5

The Wars of Cyrus 102

See also Shakespeare, William

Poel, William 127, 133

Poley, Robert 20

Pompey (Gnaeus Pompeius Magnus) 107

Poole, John 15

Pope, Alexander 101

popes 5, 9, 10, 47, 59, 63, 82

Gregory XIII 72

Pius V 10, 31, 54, 59, 108

Sixtus V 74

Potter, Lois 124, 130

predestination 4, 45, 48, 49, 57, 60

Preston, Thomas 25

Privy Council 8, 17, 18, 19, 20, 23

Prospect Theatre Company 132

Protestantism 16, 19, 23, 62, 68, 70, 71–5

Dutch 15, 19, 76

French 61, 72–3, 76

See also Church of England, Reformation

Puckering, Sir John 18, 20

Rainolds, John 87

Ralegh, Sir Walter 18, 33, 112, 120, 136

Reformation 5, 9–10, 47–50, 82, 84

Regan, Vincent 129

republicanism 4, 107–8

Rheims 8, 10–11, 15, 17, 68, 136

rhetoric 3, 6, 30, 36, 101

Rieu, E. V. 111

Riggs, David 10

Riley, Sam 137

Robertson, Toby 132

Rome

and Catholicism 15, 59, 73, 82, 84

and education system 4

and theatre 56

empire 107, 109–10

foundation 103, 105

Rowley, Samuel 57, 123

Royal Exchange theatre 128, 133

Royal Shakespeare Company 127–9, 130, 133

Roydon, Matthew 17

salvation 4, 47, 49, 50, 52, 60, 72

Saunders, Charles 124

science 42–7

Seneca, Lucius Annaeus 107

sexuality

in Baines note 19

in Doctor Faustus 127–9

in Edward II 79, 86–90, 134–5

in Hero and Leander 114–16

in Ovid’s Elegies 6

in ‘The Passionate Shepherd’ 111–12

in Tamburlaine 30

Shakespeare, William 2, 25

As You Like It 123

Hamlet 123

Henry IV 22, 108, 123

Henry V 29, 123

Henry VI 83, 85, 94, 108

Macbeth 123

Richard II 108, 123

Richard III 64, 85

Roman plays 108

The Merchant of Venice 123, 124, 126

The Passionate Pilgrim 111

The Tempest 103, 123

The Winter’s Tale 113

Titus Andronicus 53

Venus and Adonis 16, 114

Shakespeare’s Globe 132

Shapiro, James 112

Shepard, Alexandra 90

Shepherd, Simon 52

Sher, Sir Antony 130

Sidney, Sir Philip 83, 113

Sidney, Sir Robert 15, 16

Sir Gawain and the Green Knight 103

Skeres, Nicholas 20, 136

Smith, Bruce R. 111

Smith, James L. 126

Smith, Thomas 91

Sobel, Bernard 127

Spain 10, 15, 32, 46, 72

Spanish Armada 31, 34, 69, 73, 136

spectacle 25, 36, 37, 39, 55, 59, 76

Spencer, Charles 132

Spenser, Edmund 119

Spivack, Bernard 65

St Bartholomew massacre 5, 61, 72, 74

Stanley, Ferdinando, Lord Strange 16, 17

Stapleton, M. L. 102

Steane, J. B. 37, 108

Swan theatre, Stratford 130

Sweeting, William 5

Swinton, Tilda 134

Taylor, Elizabeth 128

Taylor, Paul 132

Terry, Nigel 134

Thatcher, Margaret 135

Theocritus 111–12

Thorpe, Thomas 118

Tiernan, Andrew 134

tragedy 7, 25, 57, 80, 83

Tree, Sir Herbert Beerbohm 127

Tydeman, William 124

vagabonds 32

Valois, Margaret of 62

versification 3, 6, 12, 24, 26–9, 100–1, 108–10

violence

in Elizabethan England 54

in Tamburlaine 23, 25, 26, 34, 36, 37, 39, 56, 130–1

in The Jew of Malta 62, 71

in The Massacre at Paris 62, 67, 72, 74, 75, 76

of Marlowe 15, 21

Virgil (Publius Vergilius Maro) 3, 28, 99, 102–7, 108, 111–12

Vitkus, Daniel 32

Waddington, Steven 134

Walsingham, Sir Francis 11

Warner, Walter 17, 21

Warner, William 17

Watson, Thomas 14, 15, 16, 122

Welles, Orson 128

Welsh, Louise 136

Whitgift, John, Archbishop of Canterbury 102

Wiggins, Martin 102

Williams, Clifford 127, 128

Wilson, Robert 23, 24

Wittenberg 43, 47

Woodes, Nathaniel 66

Wright, Maggie 128

Young Vic theatre 128




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