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Christopher Marlowe



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Mon May 09, 2011 5:18 am
KnightlyAngel09 says...



I'm writing a comparative paper on Marlowe and the several replies written to his "A Passionate Shepherd to His Love". I have Ralegh's reply and another version of the poem written by Cecil Day Lewis. I know that there are other replies written to it, except they're hard to find, even online. If you know of other replies please post a link or put it on here.:)

If you've got anything to say about Marlowe's poem, it could be a help as well.:) Oh, and if anyone clicked on this simply to read the poem, here's a link.:)

http://www.poetry-online.org/marlowe_co ... ith_me.htm

Thank you.

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Fri May 13, 2011 3:54 am
KnightlyAngel09 says...



Oh my god, thank you!:D I didn't click the wikipedia link before because we're discouraged to, but their resources are helpful. This shall help me immensely.:D
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