hii..i need immediate help on the play Doctor Faustus by Chritopher Marlowe...i have questions on the way how C.M draws on classical and medieval thradions to his writings... please send me some guide lines..and i'll be really thankful if i get those soon,,,Thank You,,
Marlowe's Faustus touches on themes of sin, redemption and damnation, at a time when the Renaissance was beginning to turn scientific inquiry away from theology and toward humanity. Fortunately, this classic work has been written about by countless authors over the years. To get a better feel for the classical and medieval traditions contained in Marlowe's writing, you should do an internet search to find articles written about Faustus. Use search terms like "Faustus classical medieval tradition" to locate articles that are on point with your essay, and I think you'll find some helpful information.
Best of luck in your studies!
marlow on faustus
hi can any one help what did marlowe think of faustus his character, thank you for any help given
I suggest beginning your research by doing an internet search using the keywords "Marlow" and "Faustus" to see what is already published on the subject. You can also look for critical reviews on the play. I also suggest researching into the play "Faust" because this was really the work that Marlow based his work on.
I hope this helps you get started.