A Renaissance author.
- He received a bachelors degree of arts and then later received a master degree in arts
- Attended lessons at school and he wasn't officially enrolled yet
- in Cambridge he received a scholarship given to most talented students
- He was first to make the first significant advances in tragedy
- Both parts of "Tamburlaine the great" by far are the most powerful that had yet been created in England
- First English playwright to reveal the full potential of dramatic blank verse
- In 1587 he became associated with Lord Admiral's company of players
- Some of his works are often performed on stage
- He died from a stab wound above his eye given to him by Ingram Frizer
- He was arrested in the Netherlands for fighting on the street.
- Tamburlaine the great: part 2- Bloody Conquests of Mighty Tamburlaine
- The Jew of Malta
- Hero and Leander
- Edward II
- The Massacre
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