|Marlowe and the Marigold
|The Society Chairman examines the symbolism of the Marigold, and considers possible meanings for woodcut on the title-page of the second edition of Hero and Leander (1598).
|The Earl of Nottingham’s Men and the ‘A’ Text of Doctor Faustus
|Robert A. Albano
|The Associate Professor of English Literature at National Dong Hwa University, Taiwan, considers evidence on the play’s printed title-pages as offering some clues in the long debate on whether the ‘A’ or ‘B’ texts more accurately representoriginal.
|‘An Ironized Tearme’: Albion’s England
|The Professor of English at Sheffield Hallam University examines the life of the neglected author, and some possible allusions to Marlowe in his work.
|Marlowe’s Sudden & Fearful End: Self-Defence, Murder or Fake?
|Peter Farey sifts the available evidence surrounding Marlowe’s alleged Deptford demise with a fine tooth-comb to determine which is the most probable explanation of the events on 30 May 1593.
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