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A perverse, sexy and provocative look at a leader who / pays the ultimate price for making the personal political.Preview Friday 29 July, 7.30pm Saturday 30 July, 7.30pm Monday 1 August, 6.30pm Tuesday 2 August, 7.30pm Opening night Wednesday 3 August, 7.30pm Time to Talk Tuesday 9 August, 6.30pm Monash Meets Malthouse Theatre Saturday 20 August 5pm Read Edward II program online here.Edward II / is a leader who fails to lead – a king who loses everything because of his addiction to another man.
This modernized and fully annotated Broadview Edition is prefaced by a critical but student-oriented introduction and followed by ample appendix material, including extended selections from Marlowe’s historical sources, texts bearing on the play’s complex sexual and political dynamics, and excerpts from contemporary poet Michael Drayton’s epic rendition of Edward the Second’s reign. Be rul'd by me, and we will rule the realm: In any case take heed of childish fear, For now we hold an old wolf by the ears, That, if he slip, will seize upon us both, And gripe the sorer, being grip'd himself. The depiction of Edward's degradation and murder in the last act was years ahead of its time. That this pitiable scene is otherwise surrounded by camp proves that Marlowe knew (instinctively? It was a pleasure to re-read this after many years. It is this that makes Marlowe's plays interesting to me.
Marginal glosses are often quite useful for the inexperienced reader. The final portion of the Lynch's edition offers fifty pages of very helpful contextual materials that fall under three headings: ' Historical Sources,' ' Power and Politics,' and ' Love, Friendship, and Homoeroticism.' Taken together, these supplemental readings should help undergraduates get a sense of the cultural stakes of the charged political atmosphere in Marlowe's tragedy and his treatment of Edward’s love of Galveston.
A good option for teachers who want to give their undergraduates an affordable paperback edition of Marlowe's tragedy." —Andrew Fleck, University of Texas, El Paso, in Comitatus"This exciting new edition of Edward II is indeed reader friendly.
As the painting of the two men together in conversation memorializes, Bodmer was the mentor of Johann Heinrich Füssli, later Fuseli – his teaching apparently an enduring source of Fuseli’s interest in Shakespeare and Milton.
The new copy of The troublesome raigne and lamentable death of Edward the second, King of England: with the tragicall fall of proud Mortimer (London: for William Iones, 1594) is not the only other previously known example, once held at the Landesbibliothek in Kassel.