Click here to download a “clean” .txt document of Christopher Marlowe and Thomas Nashe’s collaboration, Dido, Queen of Carthage. This regular-spelling edition was originally downloaded from The Folger Shakespeare Library’s Digital Anthology of Early Modern English Drama regular spelling edition;
This quiz, “What Would You Sell Your Soul For? (An Engaging Exploration Into “Doctor Faustus”)“, made by Kit Marlowe Project Intern Eli Paré for the Spring 2021 semester draws on quotes from the A-Text version of Christopher Marlowe’s Doctor Faustus
Christopher Marlowe (Christened 1564 – Died 30 May 1593), known to friends by his nickname Kit, was an English playwright and poet who lived a short life ridden with scandal and brilliance. Marlowe was the eldest son of a local
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There is only one extant copy remaining of following anonymously written verse adaptation of Marlowe’s Doctor Faustus in the British Library. This text was reprinted by an anonymous publisher in 1696 from a 1664 edition also featured in this Mini-Archive. Students in
There is only one extant copy remaining of following anonymously written The history of Doctor John Faustus compiled in verse, very pleasant and Delightful in the British Library. This text appears to have been at least somewhat popular as it was
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
Smith, Nicole. “Atheism in Doctor Faustus by Christopher Marlowe.” Article Myriad, 6 Dec. 2011, articlemyriad.com.