Tuesday, February 4, 2014

Did Christopher Marlowe Fake His Death?

Read Ros Barber's piece "Did Christopher Marlowe Fake His Death?" in today's Huffington Post. Ros, a regular contributor to this blog, is the author of The Marlowe Papers and a founding member of the International Marlowe-Shakespeare Society.

1 comment:

Robertstone said...

We seek originality in new presentations of Shakespeare (I suppose) in order to confirm our belief that, somehow, there is more flexibility built into his plays than into the work of most other dramatists. So when we see Lady Macbeth take a chocolate cake out of a refrigerator to serve it to Duncan, or see Macbeth blow a kiss at Ross after scolding him at dinner, we allow ourselves both a smile and a period of reflection.