Dramatically compressing the reign of Edward II and enlivening the historical narrative with humour, romance, and horrific violence, Marlowe interrogates how the transgression of accepted codes of behaviour affects even those at the highest level of society. Kept off the stage for almost three hundred years because of its dramatization of explicit homosexual relationships, it has become increasingly popular with modern day readers and performed on stage and film to great acclaim. This student edition contains a completely new introduction by Stephen Guy-Bray, and offers students a useful and lively overview of recent criticism, an updated performance history paying greater attention to Derek Jarman's film, a background on the author and themes, as well as an updated bibliography and a fully annotated version of the playtext.
Bloomsbury Academic Methuen
|Antall sider||168||Dimensjoner||13,3cm x 19,9cm x 1,2cm|
|Vekt||144 gram||Leverandør||Bertram Trading Ltd|
|Andre medvirkende||Martin Wiggins, Professor Stephen Guy-Bray, Robert Lindsey|