|First Book of Lucan
|The Society’s Chairman researches both the publishing history and the critical response totranslation and draws some conclusions about both its date of composition and its place in the Marlovian canon.
|Thomas Thorpe’s Dedicatory Epistle to First Book of Lucan
|The Society’s Chairman unravels the obscure and well-disguised meaning behind Thorpe’s dedication to fellower publisher Edward Blount, and what it tells us about Thomas Walsingham’s opinion of Marlowe in 1601.
|Was Marlowe’s Inquest Void?
|Peter Farey examines the legality of William Danby, Coroner of the Queen’s Household, holding an Inquest into Marlowe’s death, and questions it’s validity.
|A Cabalistic & Numerological Subtext to Tamburlaine
|Peter Bull examines the background to Tamburlaine the Great from a cabalistic perspective to reveal a significant philosophical subtext.use of Cabala and numerology, and analyses
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