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Marlowe, Christopher

Record IDcnp02308456
URIhttp://thesaurus.cerl.org/record/cnp02308456
Gendermale
Biographical Data1564 - 1593
Place of BirthCanterbury
Place of DeathDeptford, London, England, Großbritannien
Last Edit2021-11-30

General Note

toneelschrijver (tijdgenoot/concurent van William Shakespeare); leidde een onstuimig leven én rebelleerde in zijn oeuvre o.a. tegen de bestaande orde (bijnaam: 'Kit')
Auteur dramatique
Note de regroupement par domaine: Littératures (800)
Dramatiker, England
Provenienzmerkmal: Widmung

More Information

Further Biographical Data1564-1593
1564-1593
06.02.1564-30.05.1593
26.02.1564-30.05.1593
1564-1593
Intellectual ResponsibilityAuteur
Primary Language(s)English
ActivityPersonen zu Literaturgeschichte (Schriftsteller) (12.2p) (sswd)
Dramatiker (gnd)
Lyriker (gnd)
Schriftsteller (gnd)
engl. Dichter
Geographic NoteGB (iso3166)
Großbritannien
NationalityUnited Kingdom

Place of Activity

Place of BirthCanterbury
Geburtsort
Place of DeathDeptford, London, England, Großbritannien
Sterbeort

Names

HeadingMarlowe, Christopher
used in: Koninklijke Bibliotheek - National Library of the Netherlands, Den Haag (Netherlands)
Marlowe, Christopher
used in: Biblioteka Narodowa, Warszawa
Marlowe, Christopher
used in: Bibliothèque nationale de France, Paris
Marlowe, Christopher, Dramatist
used in: British Library: English Short Title Catalogue - GK Heading, London (United Kingdom)
Marlowe, Christopher
used in: Personal Names Authority File (PND), Germany; British Library: English Short Title Catalogue - AACR2 Heading, London (United Kingdom); Common Library Network (GBV), Göttingen (Germany)
Variant NameC.M.
M., C.
Marlo, Kristofer
Marlow, ...
Marlowe, Kit
Марло, Кристофер
Marlowe, Christophe
Marlo, Christopher
Marloe, Christopher
Marlow
Marlow, Christopher
Marlowe, ...
Marlowe, Ch.
Marlowe, Christofer
Marlowe, Cristóbal
Marlowea, Christophera
Mārlū, Kristūfar
Marlowe, Christoph
Marklin, Ch.
falsche Namensform

Sources

Found inDoctor Faustus / Christopher Marlowe. - Harlow, 1984.. — Wikipedia, dostęp 2008.08.23 [http://pl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Christopher_Marlowe]. — BLNA, 1995-01 : Marlowe, Christopher, 1564-1593. — GDEL. — Laffont Biompani, Auteurs. — BN Cat. gén.. — BN Cat. gén. suppl.. — BN Cat. gén. 1960-1969. — La Tragique histoire du docteur Faust / Christophe Marlowe ; trad. de l'anglais par Constantin Castéra, 1920. — Edward the Second / Christopher Marlowe ; ed. by W. Moelwyn Merchant, 1992. — GK55. — DNB=Marlowe, Christopher, 1564 (bap. 1563/4.2.26)-1593.6.1; dramatist. — NUC. — M. — LCAuth. — GND. — Kindler Lit.Lex 11, 209
Imprint SourcesVerhandeling over de vrijheid en gelijkheid in de... / By Heijne. ; Translated from the German..., 179u
Das Massaker von Paris. - 2012
The Jew of Malta. - 1889
The tragedie of Dido, queen of Carthage. - 1914
Doktor Faustus. - 1918
Edward the second. - 1908
The works. - 1850
Tragedy of Doctor Faustus. - 1877
Davies, John: Epigrammes and elegies. - [ca. 1599]
T048043: The shepherd's invitation, 1785? anon. By Christopher Marlowe

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