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Tamburlaine the Great : part one and part two

Author: Christopher Marlowe; Mathew R Martin
Publisher: Peterborough, Ontario : Broadview Press, [2014] ©2014
Series: Broadview editions.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Drama : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Tamburlaine the Great, parts one and two are the first plays that Christopher Marlowe wrote for London's then new freestanding, open-air public playhouses. They trace the progress of Tamburlaine, a Central Asian leader, as he 'scourges kingdoms with his conquering sword'.
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Genre/Form: Drama
Named Person: Timur; Timur
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Christopher Marlowe; Mathew R Martin
ISBN: 9781554811748 1554811740
OCLC Number: 869038863
Description: 360 pages : illustrations, maps ; 22 cm.
Contents: Machine generated contents note: Christopher Marlowe: A Brief Chronology --
A Note on the Text --
Tamburlaine the Great --
Part One --
Part Two --
Appendix A Lives of Tamburlaine --
1. From George Whetstone, The English Mirror (1586) --
a. From Chapter 11. The contention that envy set between the Emperor of Constantinople, the Lord of Bulgaria, and other princes was the first ground and sure foundation of the great Turk's empire --
b. Chapter 12. The wonderful conquest of Tamberlaine, reconquered and his large kingdom overthrown by the envy and discord of his two sons --
2. From John Foxe, Acts and Monuments (1610) --
3. From Richard Knolles, The General History of the Turks (1603) --
4. From Jean Dubec-Crespin, The History of the Great Emperor Tamerlan (1597) --
a. Introduction --
b. Description of Tamerlan --
c. Axalla and Tamerlan's monotheism --
d. Tamerlan demonstrates his justice and his mercy after defeating the rebel lord Calix in a civil war. Contents note continued: e. Having subdued China and celebrated his conquests at the city of Cambalu, Tamerlan marches toward Bajazet in defence of the Byzantine Empire --
f. Tamerlan and the diversity of religions --
g. Tamerlan and his son --
h. Tamerlan dies --
Appendix B Early Modern English Representations of Islam --
1. From George Whetstone, The English Mirror (1586) --
2. From Anon., Sir Bevis of Hampton (1585) --
a. How Bevis was sold unto the Paynims and carried over the sea into Armeny, and was presented unto King Ermine --
b. Having defeated King Bradmond and his knights, Bevis quarrels with Josian, who promises to convert to Christianity to gain his love --
c. How Bevis went on message to King Bradmond, and how he fought in the city of Damascus against the Saracens that made sacrifice to idols, and how he tore them down and cast them into the dirt and afterward was taken and put in prison --
3. From Giles Fletcher, The Policy of the Turkish Empire (1597). Contents note continued: a. Of the Turkish Alcoran, and of the great reverence which the Turks bear unto it --
b. Of the principles and grounds of the Turks' religion and of the eight commandments prescribed in their Alcoran --
c. On the nature of God --
d. Moses, Christ, and Mahomet --
e. Heaven and hell --
f. Conclusion --
Appendix C Literary Intertexts --
1. From Robert Greene, Perimedes the Blacksmith (1588) --
2. Christopher Marlowe, "The Passionate Shepherd to His Love," in England's Helicon (1600) --
3. From Joseph Hall, Virgidemiarum (1597) --
4. From Ben Jonson, Timber, or Discoveries, in The Works of Benjamin Jonson (1641) --
5. From Anon., The Troublesome Reign of John King of England (1591) --
6. From Thomas Dekker, Old Fortunatus (1600) --
a. The dumb show --
b. Fortune describes the four kings to Old Fortunatus --
7. From Thomas Middleton, The Triumphs of Integrity (1623) --
8. From Thomas Nashe, Christ's Tears over Jerusalem (1613). Contents note continued: 9. From Thomas Dekker, The Wonderful Year (1603) --
Appendix D Marlowe's Reputation --
1. From Robert Greene, A Groatsworth of Wit (1592) --
2. Thomas Kyd's Letters to Sir John Puckering about Marlowe (June 1593) --
3. Richard Baines, "A Note Containing the Opinion of Christopher Marlowe Concerning His Damnable Judgment of Religion and Scorn of God's Word" (26 May 1593) --
4. From Thomas Beard, The Theatre of God's Judgements (1597).
Series Title: Broadview editions.
Responsibility: Christopher Marlowe ; edited by Mathew R. Martin.

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