A.D. Wraight, christopher marlowe, Marlovianism, Scadbury, Sir Francis Walsingham, Thomas Walsingham
I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again: I’m no Marlovian, thank you very much. I think Kit Marlowe was a genius without adding Shakespeare’s canon in the bargain and, if you wanted to pigeon-hole me, you could say I’m an orthodox Stratfordian who occasionally enjoys the story potential of alternative theories – provided it’s done well.
This is to explain that I don’t share the opinions contained in the Marlowe Studies Website. Still, they have lovely things there – one being a series of black and white images of Thomas Walsingham’s Scadbury Manor. Or at least, what remains of it. Continue reading