The Effulgence Within: A Pilgrim's Progress in Reverse

Monday, November 7, 2016

A Pilgrim's Progress in Reverse

The subject of Dr Faustus is the progress of a man’s soul to perdition. It is a pilgrim’s progress in reverse. Marlowe underwent early loss of religious faith. His faith was shattered by intellectual awakening in the atmosphere of religious dissension at Cambridge where Marlowe, like Faustus at... Sign in to see full entry.

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