Marlowe's Tamburlaine : a study in Renaissance moral philosophy.


Nashville, Vanderbilt [1964] .

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Subjects England.
Grande-Bretagne -- Religion.
Great Britain -- Religion.
Great Britain.
Literature.
Marlowe, Christopher, 1564-1593. Tamburlaine the Great.
Religion dans la litteĢrature.
Religion in literature.
Religion.
Renaissance -- Angleterre.
Renaissance -- England.
Renaissance.
Tamburlaine the Great (Marlowe, Christopher)
Timur, 1336-1405 -- In literature.
Timur, 1336-1405.
Description xv, 266 pages illustrations, portrait 23 cm
Copyright Date [1964]
Notes "Second printing, with corrections, 1964."
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Introduction: The problem of interpretation -- Background of Tamburlaine -- Elizabethan religion and atheism -- Raleight's religion -- Chapman's religion -- Theories of fortune, fate, and providence -- The theory of punishment -- The moral uses of poetry -- Anatomy of Tamburlaine -- Marlowe's use of the historical sources -- Extra-historical morality elements -- The influence of Spenser -- The influence of Seneca -- The influence of Machiavelli -- Tamburlaine's humour -- Tamburlaine's passions -- Conclusion: A summary interpretation.
Geographic Area England
Great Britain
Network Numbers (OCoLC)301922
(OCoLC)ocm00301922
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Battenhouse, Roy W. 1912-
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