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On the staging of Elizabethan Plays--

--with extra emphasis on Marlowe.

http://deptorg.knox.edu/engdept/commonroom/HWP_Essays/2/HWP2-Essay-Title_Page.htm

Hannah found this for me: (oo! Shiny!)

http://www.myweblibrarian.com/

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And four hours of staring at the monitor and halfhearted research later, I discover that the reason that I can't seem to write this scene is that it's actually part of the last scene, and I neglected to write the bit in the middle.

Feh.

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Hell hath no limits, nor is circumscribed
In one self place. But where we are is hell,
And where hell is there must we ever be.
And to be short, when all the world dissolves
And every creature shall be purified,
All places shall be hell that is not heaven.

--Christopher Marlowe, Faustus, Scene I

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Hey, if there's any way I can help you let me know. Although I don't work in a library I have got an MLS, I'm really good at (and enjoy) hunting down information, and I already know quite a bit about Marlowe and period, with interest in learning more about either. I may not be your best source if you're in a rush, but if you get stuck trying to track down something obscure, give me a week and I'll see what I can do.

Ooo!

You may come to regret that offer *g*