Introduction to Dr. Faustus by Marlow



Doctor Faustus is a tragic play written by Christopher Marlow, an English dramatist and poet(From 26 February 1564 to 30 May 1593). The play is based on the suppoed legend of Faust. The story is about the man that sells his soul to the devil in exchange of worldly trifles. The story reveals the intenstiy of the ongoin war between good and evil as well as the desperation of evil to overpower good...


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Amy says...

Spelling mistakes. Not really appropriate for an A level English Literature student to refer to this for assistance.

Also "well average" is not an intelligent phrase for Dr Faustus' parents. A better way of phrasing it would be that his parents are dictated as "base of stock" meaning they have low social status revealing how Faustus, despite his primary socialisation, has achieved his status clarifying his insatiable thirst for knowledge (a well-known trait of a Renaissance man).

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thanks alot

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