English Language and Literature ETDs

Author

Urvin Rundle

Publication Date

6-2-1938

Abstract

The present study proposes to fill this gap in our knowledge of Marlowe’s attitudes by an objective study of the relationship between elements in his diction and the principal language movements of his time. Since these movements are all characterized by innovations of words, word-meanings, forms, and functions, our study resolves itself into an examination of such innovations in the language of Marlowe.

Degree Name

English

Level of Degree

Masters

Department Name

English

First Committee Member (Chair)

Thomas Matthews Pearce

Second Committee Member

Dane Farnsworth Smith

Third Committee Member

H. G. Alexander

Language

English

Document Type

Thesis

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