I love Christopher Marlowe’s Tamburlaine the Great – and by that I mean the first of the two parts. It may be rougher around the edges than his later work, but it’s breathlessly fiery. With his blank iambic pentameter, with the historical subject-matter, and his unpunished bloodthirsty hero, the boy was breaking ground in many ways – and knew it well. Continue reading
I’m back! I’m online again! As Miggs says, Ally-loojer!
That said, it being Saturday, the traditional Odds&Ends day here on Scribblings, I’ll share with you this image:
So, hopefully with today we go back to normal. Let us see how long it lasts, shall we?