[Milton-L] And ride in triumph through Persepolis
rumrich at mail.utexas.edu
Fri Feb 27 17:24:09 EST 2004
Speaking of mighty lines, a colleague writes:
> John, are you familiar with any criticism that links Marlowe's
> Tamburlaine with Milton's Satan?
I am familiar with general statements of Satan's affinity with villains
and heroes of Elizabethan and Jacobean tragic dramas (Richard III,
Faustus, Macbeth, etc). But I can't think of work specifically on
Milton and Marlowe or more specifically on Satan and Tamburlaine. Can
anyone lend a hand?
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