The Jew of Malta: Christopher Marlowe (Revels Plays) Paperback – 1 Jan 1988
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Fuller ... offers an elegant and precise reading of the play. (Anthony P. Bale, Notes and Queries, Vol.47, No.3, Sept. 00.)
sensitive interpretations ... Fuller's commentary is, likewise, extensive and by far the most capacious in this group of editions. Anthony P. Bale, Notes and Queries, Vol.47, No.3, Sept. 00.
The Massacre at Paris is probably Marlow's most neglected works ... Esche's edition provides the necessary resources in order that the intricacies of the play's history need no longer be an obstacle to is accessibility. (Anthony P. Bale, Notes and Queries, Vol.47, No.3, Sept. 00.)
excellent texts for scholars of Marlowe at all levels, marrying precision and provocative readings together with appurtenant material for further analysis. (Anthony P. Bale, Notes and Queries, Vol.47, No.3, Sept. 00.) --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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N. W. Bawcutt, formerly a Reader, is now Honorary Research Fellow in the Department of English at the University of Exeter