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Rarely has so much new thinking on the Elizabethan theatrical period been presented in one volume. With inspired insight and penetrating logic based on wide-ranging and meticulous reasearch, A.D. Wraight presents the thought-provoking conclusions of thirty years of study. Her subject, Christopher Marlowe and the Elozabethan theatre world that he dominated in a theatrical partnership with the gifted, young actor Edward Alleyn, develops into a long-awaited definitive biographical study of Alleyn's theatrical career, spanning to the end of Queen Elizabeth's reign, during which he continued to act Marlowe's great roles.
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Book Description Adam Hart Publishers, 1993. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M189776300X