Marlowe Joins Chaucer and Shakespeare
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 13.1639 Monday, 15 July 2002
From: Takashi Kozuka <
Date: Sunday, 14 Jul 2002 19:22:03 +0100 (BST)
Subject: Marlowe Joins Chaucer and Shakespeare
Two quality papers in the UK touched the legend/myth surrounding
Marlowe's death (and hence the usual taboo issue). This is because
Christopher Marlowe's memorial window at 'Poets' Corner' in Westminster
Abbey reads 'Christopher Marlowe 1564-?1593'. Yes, the question mark.
Since this is a taboo issue on SHAKSPER, I'm not including the whole
articles. SHAKSPERians who are interested can visit the following pages.
The Guardian (with an online discussion group)
'Did Marlowe die in a tavern brawl or did he escape to France and adopt
"William Shakespeare" as his pen-name?'
The Daily Telegraph
'Marlowe tribute puts question mark over Shakespeare'