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CHRISTOPHER MARLOWE
English dramatist
(1564 - 1593)
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Now I will show myself
  To have more of the serpent than the dove;
    That is--more knave than fool.
      - The Jew of Malta (act II, sc. 3) [Knavery]

Now will I show myself to have more of the serpent than the dove; that is--more knave than fool.
      - The Jew of Malta (act II, sc. 3)
        [Character]

Love me little, love me long.
      - The Jew of Malta (act IV, sc. 6) [Love]

To undo a Jew is charity, and not sin.
      - The Jew of Malta (act IV, sc. 6) [Jews]

By shallow rivers, to whose falls
  Melodies birds sing madrigals.
      - The Passionate Shepherd to His Love
        [Rivers]

Come live with me, and be my love,
  And we will all the pleasures prove,
    That valleys, groves, or hills, or fields,
      Or woods and steepy mountains, yield.
      - The Passionate Shepherd to his Love
         (st. 1) [Love]

And I will make thee beds of roses,
  And a thousand fragrant posies.
      - The Passionate Shepherd to his Love
         (st. 3),
        said to be written by Shakespeare and Marlowe
        [Flowers : Roses]


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