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Doctor Faustus

The first edition, or A text, of Doctor Faustus, was published in London in 1604, nine years after Marlowe’s death. It was first performed in 1592 by the Admiral’s Men. Many believe the play was composed in 1588. Doctor Faustus

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Review: Burton and Coghill’s Faustus

Film review: Doctor Faustus In the movie Doctor Faustus, co-directed by Richard Burton and Nevill Coghill, Faustus sells his soul to the devil (David McIntosh), in exchange for Mephistopheles’ service (Andreas Teuber). Coghill adapted Christopher Marlowe’s play, likely written in the 1590’s

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Faustus: Scholarship

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Mapping Faustus with Recogito

To develop this map, we used Pelagios Commons’s Recogito tool, which is a beta program. We converted the EEBO-TCP’s 1604 version of Doctor Faustus into a text file and uploaded it into Recogito. The interface automatically highlighted what appeared to be place names

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The tragical history of Doctor Faustus, Archive.org (1897)

This edition of The tragical history of Doctor Faustus is a facsimile of Israel Gollancz’s edition. It was published in 1897 by J.M. Dent. It attempts to blend the two versions of the quartos of 1604 and 1616. Return to Doctor Faustus

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The Tragicall History of D. Faustus, Luminarium (1604)

This is a modernized A text edition, transcribed by Risa Stephanie Bear in 2007. This edition is a representation of how the play was acted by the Earl of Nottingham’s servants. The original was printed by Valentine Simmes for Thomas Bushell in

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