6 edition of Marlowe, History, and Sexuality found in the catalog.
by AMS Press
Written in English
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Into this whirlwind of change stepped Marlowe espousing sexual freedom and atheism. His beliefs proved too dangerous to those in power and he was condemned as a spy and later murdered. In The World of Christopher Marlowe, Riggs's exhaustive research digs deeply into the mystery of how and why Marlowe was : Holt, Henry & Company, Inc. This book is about representations of sodomy. While most of the texts it considers are literary-works by Shakespeare, Marlowe, Spenser, among others-it is framed by political considerations, notably the U.S. Supreme Court decision in Bowers by:
Book Chapters. The Bible as Play in Reformation England.” Cambridge History of English Theatre, Volume I. "Marlowe and the Politics of Religion." The Cambridge Companion to Marlowe, “Marlowe, History, and Sexuality: A Critical Introduction.” Marlowe, History, and Sexuality. Ed. Paul Whitfield White. The book is also well documented: Rutter is aware of much of the recent criticism on Marlowe’s life and works and he is also well informed on the history of theatre companies and on studies on gender and sexuality in early modern England, but he quotes his sources only sparsely, saving his reader from an ostentatious display of knowledge not.
My approach to Marlowe's imitation of Musaeus is informed by the history of the book, which has become an urgent scholarly concern in recent years.1' In literary scholarship, the history of the book might be productive in the study of imitation, though it has been largely devoted to the study of reception.'2 The study of imitation is a logical. This book traces the ways that suburbanization reshaped the history of sexuality from World War II to the late s. Focusing on the San Francisco Bay Area, it follows the outward migration of white, married couples with children to the Peninsula and South Bay and the growth of LGBT communities in San Francisco.
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Christopher Marlowe, also and Sexuality book as Kit Marlowe (/ ˈ m ɑːr l oʊ /; baptised 26 February – 30 May ), was an English playwright, poet and translator of the Elizabethan era.
Marlowe was the foremost Elizabethan tragedian of his day. He greatly influenced William Shakespeare, who was born in the same year as Marlowe and who rose to become the pre-eminent Elizabethan Alma mater: Corpus Christi College, Cambridge.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xxi, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm. Contents: Faithful dealing / Charles Nicholl --Marlowe's quarrel with God / David Riggs --Thondring words of threate / Patrick Cheney --Breaking the canon / Georgia E.
Brown --Printed abroad and uncastrated / Ian Frederick Moulton --Edward II and Elizabethan. This work contains 13 essays by Marlovian writers of today. The book is organized around three topics: Marlowe's intellectual life and career; the relationship of his writings to conditions in England of the s and '90s; and the representation of gender and sexuality in Marlowe's work.
They seem for some reason shocked that a book published by a University press, and using the line "Sexuality and Form is an ambitious new study of sexuality, aesthetics, and epistemology--one of the first works of its kind to bring queer theory and psychoanalysis together within a Renaissance framework" to describe itself should be written in Cited by: Buy Marlowe, History and Sexuality: New Essays on the Life and Writings of Christopher Marlowe (Studies in History Renaissance) New ed.
by Paul Whitfield White (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. Marlowe's most famous play is The Tragicall History of Doctor Marlowe, but, as is the case with most of his plays, it has survived only in.
The book is organized around three topics: Marlowe's intellectual life and career; the relationship of Marlowe writings to conditions in England of the s and '90s; and the representation of gender and sexuality in Marlowe's : Gebundenes Buch.
Christopher Marlowe’s most famous play is The Tragicall History of D. Faustus. His other plays are Tamburlaine the Great; Dido, Queen of Carthage; Edward II; The Massacre at Paris; and The Jew of Malta.
Marlowe translated Ovid’s Amores (The Loves) and Book I of Lucan’s Pharsalia from Latin and wrote the poem Hero and Leander. This ambitious, wide-ranging study of sexuality, aesthetics, and epistemology covers everything from the aesthetics of war to the works of Caravaggio, Michaelangelo, Christopher Marlowe, and Francis Bacon, synthesizing queer theory and psychoanalysis and demonstrating the role of the body and the flesh as both a problem and a promise within the narrative : Graham Hammill.
The entanglements of theology and sexuality will be the subject of the Paul Gottschalk Memorial Lecture, delivered by Jeffrey Masten of Northwestern University. Masten’s lecture, “Christopher Marlowe’s Queer Reformations: Heresy, Theory, Book History,” is Thursday, Oct.
27, at p.m. in Hollis E. Cornell Auditorium, Goldwin Smith Hall. Introduction: Marlowe, History, and Sexuality "Faithful Dealing": Marlowe and the Elizabethan Intelligence Service: p. 1: Marlowe's Quarrel with God: p.
15 "Thondring Words of Threate": Marlowe, Spenser, and Renaissance Ideas of a Literary Career: p. Breaking the Canon: Marlowe's Challenge to the Literary Status Quo in Hero and Leander: p. As all scholars who have studied Christopher Marlowe’s life and troubles know, the Note delivered by the informer Richard Baines to the authorities sometime in May contained eighteen accusations of which all but two referred to rather colourful heretical opinions, allegedly manifested by Marlowe in public.
The two exceptions accused Marlowe of saying that 1): he. Praise for Mia Marlowe and her novels "Marlowe proves she has the 'touch' for strong heroines, wickedly sexy heroes, and love scenes so hot they singe the pages." --USA Today bestselling author Jennifer Ashley "Sensuality, sexuality, passion and mystery blend into a wonderfully entertaining tale." --Romantic Times/5(40).
Get this from a library. Sexuality and form: Caravaggio, Marlowe, and Bacon. [Graham L Hammill] -- "Sexuality and Form explores the insistence of the flesh as an element of carnality that resists exchange and conversion.
Beginning with humanist aesthetics and the art. 'Printed Abroad and Uncastrated': Marlowe's Elegies with Davies' Epigrams. / Moulton, I.
Marlowe, History, and Sexuality: New Critical Essays on Christopher Cited by: 1. “ Homophobia and the Regulation of Desire: A Psychoanalytic Reading of Marlowe’s Edward II.” Journal of the History of Sexuality (): – : David L.
Orvis. The year marked the th anniversary of Marlowe's death by stabbing in a tavern brawl. It also served as a rallying point for novels, plays, a film and many scholarly events. Marlowe's life and writings, his commitments and ambivalences, his politically correct and violently anti-establishment posturings make him a man for the s.
This work contains 13 essays by. This ambitious, wide-ranging study of sexuality, aesthetics, and epistemology covers everything from the aesthetics of war to the works of Caravaggio, Michaelangelo, Christopher Marlowe, and Francis Bacon, synthesizing queer theory and psychoanalysis and demonstrating the role of the body and the flesh as both a problem and a promise within the narrative arts.
A tale of two sons. In late Februarya shoemaker called John Marlowe from Canterbury and his wife Katherine had a boy, their first, whom they christened exactly two months later, in April, a glovemaker from Stratford-upon-Avon called John Shakespeare and his wife Mary had a boy, also their first.
They called him. Christopher Marlowe was the son of a wealthy Canterbury shoemaker who was an influential citizen in his community. Marlowe was born on February 6,and was baptized at Saint George's church in Canterbury on February After attending King's School in Canterbury, Marlowe went to Corpus Christi College in Cambridge in December.
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