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Author: marlowe, christopher
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Marlowe, Christopher    Poet's Biography
24 poems available by this author


BALLAD OF FAUSTUS; JUDGMENT OF GOD SHOWED UPON JOHN FAUSTUS    Poem Text    
First Line: All christian men, give ear a while to me
Last Line: Embrace true faith that never more decays.
Subject(s): Faust


EDWARD THE SECOND    Poem Text    
First Line: My father is deceased!' come, gaveson
Last Line: Be witness of my grief and innocency. [exeunt.
Subject(s): Edward Ii, King Of England (1284-1327)


ENGLAND'S PARNASSUS, SELS.       


FACE OF HELEN       
First Line: Her lips suck forth my soul: see, where it flies!
Subject(s): Love


HERO AND LEANDER    Poem Text    
First Line: On hellespont, guilty of true love's blood
Last Line: Danged down to hell her loathsome carriage.
Subject(s): Hero & Leander; Leander


HERO AND LEANDER: 84       
First Line: His bodie was as straight as circes wand
Last Line: Though thou be faire, yet be not thine owne thrall
Variant Title(s): Bod


HERO AND LEANDER: 85       
First Line: And as her silver body downeward went
Last Line: And her all naked to his sight displayd


HERO AND LEANDER: BOOK 1, SELS.       
Subject(s): Homosexuality


HERO AND LEANDER: THE ARGUMENT OF THE FIRST SESTIAD       
First Line: Hero's description and her loves


HERO AND LEANDER: THE ARGUMENT OF THE SECOND SESTIAD       
First Line: Hero of love takes deeper sense


HERO THE FAIR       
First Line: At sestos hero dwelt. Hero the fair


I WOULD NOT FACE THE ARTICLE OF DEATH       
Subject(s): Friendship


KING EDWARD THE THIRD, SELS.       
First Line: Lord audley, whiles our son is in the chase
Subject(s): Great Britain - History


LUCAN'S FIRST BOOK, SELS.       


REBELLION, FROM EDWARD II       
First Line: Look for rebellion, look to the depos'd
Last Line: With a rombelow?
Subject(s): Freedom; Revolutions


SPELL OF INVISIBILITY       
First Line: Whilst on thy head I lay my hand


TAMBURLAINE THE GREAT, SELS.       
Subject(s): Tamerlane (1336-1404)


TAMBURLAINE THE GREAT: PART 1    Poem Text    
First Line: From jigging veins of rhyming mother wits
Last Line: ^2^ dissolve.
Subject(s): Tamerlane (1336-1404); Timure (1336-144); Tamberlaine (1336-144)


TAMBURLAINE THE GREAT: PART 2    Poem Text    
First Line: The general welcomes tamburlaine received
Last Line: ^11^ evidently rizeli, a town near trebizond.
Subject(s): Tamerlane (1336-1404); Timure (1336-144); Tamberlaine (1336-144)


THE JEW OF MALTA    Poem Text    
First Line: Albeit the world thinks machiavel is dead
Last Line: Neither to fate nor fortune, but to heaven. [exeunt.
Subject(s): Jews; Malta; Revenge; Judaism


THE PASSIONATE SHEPHERD TO HIS LOVE    Poem Text    
First Line: Come live with me and be my love
Last Line: Then live with me, and be my love.
Variant Title(s): The Milkmaid's Song
Subject(s): Carpe Diem; Courtship; Love; Shepherds & Shepherdesses


THE TRAGICAL HISTORY OF THE LIFE AND DEATH OF DOCTOR FAUSTUS    Poem Text    
First Line: Not marching in the fields of trasimene
Last Line: "perpetuum.""—bullen."
Subject(s): Faust


TRAGEDY OF DIDO, SELS.       
Subject(s): Sea


TRAGEDY OF EDWARD, SELS.