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Marlowe

Definition of the noun marlowe

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noun

  1. English poet and playwright who introduced blank verse as a form of dramatic expression; was stabbed to death in a tavern brawl (1564-1593)

Films

  1. "Marlowe" is a neo-noir movie starring James Garner as Raymond Chandler's private detective Philip Marlowe. Directed by Paul Bogart, the mystery film was written by Stirling Silliphant based on Chandler's 1949 novel The Little Sister.
  2. "Marlowe" is a 2007 tv film directed by Rob Bowman.

Characters

  1. Marlowe is a fictional character from the 1962 novel King Rat by James Clavell and its film adaptations.
  2. Marlowe is a fictional character from the 1962 film Tomorrow at Ten.
  3. Marlowe is a fictional character from the film Beethoven.
  4. Marlowe is a fictional character from the 2013 film Only Lovers Left Alive.

There are other characters with in their name, like Alex Marlowe, Dean Marlowe, Evan Marlowe, Jack Marlowe, John Marlowe, James Marlowe, Gloria Marlowe, Philip Marlowe, Jeffrey Marlowe, Natalie Marlowe and William Marlowe.

Phrases with Marlowe

  1. philip marlowe
  2. christopher marlowe

Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Marlowe

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Google previewGlobal Scriptwriting (2013)

by Ken Dancyger

Here Phillip Marlowe is an extension of the drug-hazed Los Angeles of the 1970s .

Google previewPerformance and Cultural Politics (2015)

by Elin Diamond

Thus, Marlowe is a much more ambiguous ...

Google previewThe Laughter of Carthage (2012)

The Second Volume of the Colonel Pyat Quartet by Michael Moorcock, Alan Wall

Philip Marlowe is a licensed inquisitor, who probes the murky psychic corners of characters so socially disparate that they could only ix Introduction by Alan Wall.

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of Unsolved Mysteries (2015)

by Colin Wilson

The dramatist Christopher Marlowe was another candidate, advanced in 1895 in a novel called It Was Marlowe by a San Francisco attorney, William G. Ziegler. It was not taken seriously, but the theory was revived in 1955 by an American ...

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of British Theatre (2013)

Early Period by Darryll Grantley

Christopher Marlowe Cheney, Patrick, ed.

Google previewA Dictionary of Literary Pseudonyms in the English Language (2015)

by T.J. Carty

LADY HARRIET William Beckford MARLOW, LOUIS Louis Umfreville Wilkinson MARLOW, SIDNEY Paschal Heston Coggins MARLOWE, CHARLES Harriet Jay MARLOWE, HUGH Henry Patterson MARLOWE, KATHERINE Charlotte Vale ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of British Humorists (1996)

Geoffrey Chaucer to John Cleese by Steven H. Gale

Marlowe seems intent not merely to humiliate particular characters, but to violate and degrade the very principles of religious and political hierarchy. King Edward is subjected to an abuse so savage that it exceeds anything like just retribution.

Google previewChambers's Encyclopedia A dictionary of universal knowledge (1891)

Earlier dramatists had employed blank verse, bat it had been stiff and ungainly : Marlowe was the first to discover its strength and variety. The D Hilarity of Tamburlaine was extraordinary. A icrousline in the Scythian conqueror's address to the ...

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of the Elizabethan World (2013)

Britain, Ireland, Europe and America by John Wagner

Marlowe, Christopher burned for heresy elsewhere in Catholic Europe, but it was unprecedented in English experience. Instead ofinstilling a horror of heresy in the populace, as the government intended, the burnings only aroused sympathy ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Film Noir (2007)

by Geoff Mayer, Brian McDonnell

Bogart (Philip Marlowe), Lauren Bacall (Vivian Sternwood), John Ridgeley ( Eddie Mars), Martha Vickers (Carmen Sternwood), Charles Waldron (General Sternwood), Dorothy Malone (Bookstore Proprietress), Peggy Knudsen Mona Mars), ...

Google previewChemical Tradename Dictionary (1997)

by Michael Ash, Irene Ash

[Marlowe- Van Loan] Fixatives for textile processing. Marvangel. [Marlowe- Van Loan] Sul- fonated tauride; wool scour and dyeing assistant Marvanlev. [Marlowe -Van Loan] Leveling and migrating agent for acid dyes on nylon. Marvanlube®.

Google previewMovies in American History: An Encyclopedia [3 volumes] (2011)

An Encyclopedia by Philip C. DiMare

trait can be found in the following dialogue between the wealthy and beautiful Vivian Sternwood and an obviously unimpressed Philip Marlowe in Howard Hawks's ...

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Marlowe Meaning

Video shows what Marlowe means. from the English place name Marlow.. Christopher Marlowe (1564-93), English dramatist.. Marlowe Meaning. How to ...

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Quotes about Marlowe

Things that are not at all, are never lost. (Christopher Marlowe)
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Scrabble value of M3A1R1L1O1W4E1

The value of this 7-letter word is 12 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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