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Marlowe, Timur and Tamburlaine the Great
Christopher Marlowe's 1587 Tamburlaine the Great, a play in two parts, takes Timur's name and alters just about everything else.
'This Orient Isle: Elizabethan England and the Islamic World', by Jerry Brotton
The literature of this period was distinguished, as Brotton shows, by a fascination with foreignness in all its manifestations: from the vast swathes of Asia Minor traversed by Marlowe's antiheroic Tamburlaine to the Mediterranean backdrops chosen by ...
Beth Behrs, of '2 Broke Girls,' to make stage debut, more NYC theater news
John Douglas Thompson, who starred in a rare production of Christopher Marlowe's “Tamburlaine” last season at Theatre for a New Audience, will return to the Brooklyn-based classical theater company next month to appear in both Ibsen's “A Doll's House” ...
War and Resilience: Marlowe's Tamburlaine the Great and the Anglo-Spanish War
Dom Perignon to Grange: Inside Clover's wine cellar
In what may be a nod to Ms Moore's own green credentials, the cellar also contains a number of organic wines and there's a good selection of wines from local producers, including the Hunter Valley's Petersons Wines and Tamburlaine.

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