Christopher Marlowe: The Critical Heritage
This book begins with the malignant taunts of Robert Greene and the adulatory remarks of Christopher Marlowe's friends and literary associates, and ends with the abrasive comments of the younger G. B. Shaw and the rhapsodies of Swinburne.
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