qKendall's method is not to give full-scale interpretations of individual plays and poems or to attempt a conventional Canterbury/Cambridge/London appraisal of Marlowe's life, but rather to take the reader along a rough chronological path that traces the life of Richard Baines, picking suitable spots to break off the narrative and analyze Marlowe's writings and actions and reinterpret known events connected with his life and with Baines's (especially where they overlap). By offering fresh primary evidence, Kendall is able to suggest new ways in which each influenced the life of the other - especially how Baines influenced and affected Marlowe.q--BOOK JACKET.Although he suggests many possible connections between Shakespearea#39;s Mercutio and Marlowea#39;s writings (allusions to ... and this strange parallel between events in Marlowea#39;s life and events in Romeo and Juliet would surely have boosted ... Juliet Mercutio dies a or, to be more correct, is carried offstage to die a swearing, with the now famous line aquot;a plague ... Yet Porter does see a manifestation of aquot;Mercutioa#39;s Marloviannessaquot; in Benvolioa#39;s report of Mercutioa#39;s death (116): O Romeo, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Christopher Marlowe and Richard Baines|
|Publisher||:||Fairleigh Dickinson Univ Press - 2003|