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The Tragical History of Dr. Faustus by Christoper Marlowe

Not marching now in fields of Thrasymene,
Where Mars did mate<1> the Carthaginians;
Nor sporting in the dalliance of love,
In courts of kings where state is overturn’d;
Nor in the pomp of proud audacious deeds,
Intends our Muse to vaunt<2> her<3> heavenly verse:
Only this, gentlemen,–we must perform
The form of Faustus’ fortunes, good or bad:
To patient judgments we appeal our plaud,
And speak for Faustus in his infancy.
The Jew of Malta by Christopher Marlow

The Jew of Malta by Christopher Marlowe

EDITED BY THE REV. ALEXANDER DYCE. The Famous Tragedy of The Rich Iew of Malta. As it was playd before the King and Qveene, in His Majesties Theatre at White- Hall, by her Majesties Servants at the Cock-pit. Written by Christopher Marlo. London; Printed by I. B. for Nicholas Vavasour, and are to be sold
Tamburlaine the Great by Christopher Marlowe

Tamburlaine the Great, Part 2 by Christopher Marlowe

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Tamburlaine the Great by Christopher Marlowe

Tamburlaine the Great, Part 1 by Christopher Marlowe

ANGLE BRACKETS: Any place where angle brackets are used, i.e. < >, it is a change made during the preparation of this text. The original printed book did not use this character at all. SQUARE BRACKETS: The square brackets, i.e. are copied from the printed book, without change, except that the stage directions usually do

Massacre at Paris by Christopher Marlowe

Massacre at Paris by Christopher Marlowe Table of Contents with inital stage directions * Dramatis Personae * Scene 1: Enter Charles the French King, the Queene Mother, the King of Navarre, the Prince of Condye, the Lord high Admirall, and the Queene of Navarre, with others. * Scene 2: Enter the Duke of Guise. *
Magical book depicting catastrophy

Dr. Faustus by Christopher Marlowe

Not marching in the fields of Thrasymene,
Where Mars did mate the warlike Carthagens;<1>
Nor sporting in the dalliance of love,
In courts of kings where state is overturn’d;
Nor in the pomp of proud audacious deeds,
Intends our Muse to vaunt her<2> heavenly verse:
Only this, gentles,–we must now perform
The form of Faustus’ fortunes, good or bad:
And now to patient judgments we appeal,
And speak for Faustus in his infancy.
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