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Doctor Faustus woodcut from the 1620 titlepage

The Works of Christopher Marlowe


The Tragedy of Dido, Queen of Carthage
(wr. 1585/6?; finished by Nashe; acted 1594; pub. 1594)

*Complete 1884 A. H. Bullen ed. - Google Books
*Complete - Perseus Project
 *[Jupiter and Ganymede] - Paul Halsall

Tamburlaine the Great (1586/7; pub. 1590)

*Part I (1850 Dyce ed.) - Google Books
*Part II (1850 Dyce ed.) - Google Books
*Part I - Renascence Editions
*Part II - Renascence Editions
*Part I - Perseus Project
*Part II - Perseus Project

The Tragical History of Doctor Faustus
(1588; Stationers' Hall 1601; pub. 1604; 1616)

*Complete 1604 A-Text - Renascence Editions
*Complete 1604 A-Text (1865 Dyce ed.) - Google Books
*Complete 1616 B-Text (1865 Dyce ed.) - Google Books

The Jew of Malta (wr. 1589?; acted 1592; pub. 1633)

*Complete 1884 A. H. Bullen ed. - Google Books
*Complete - Perseus Project

The Tragedy of Edward II  (c1592; pub. 1594)

*Complete 1884 A. H. Bullen ed. - Google Books
*Complete - Perseus Project

The Massacre at Paris (1593; pub. 1600?)

*Complete 1884 A. H. Bullen ed. - Google Books
*Complete - Project Gutenberg


Hero and Leander
(Finished by Chapman 1593; pub. 1598)

*Complete - Renascence Editions
*Complete - Perseus Project
*Complete 1821 ed. - Google Books
 *The First Sestiad - UToronto

The Passionate Shepherd to his Love
(pub. in Englands Helicon 1600)



Ovid's Amores (c.1582; pub. 1596)

*Complete - Perseus Project
 *Elegia 5: Corinnæ concubitus

First Book of Lucan's Pharsalia (c.1582; pub. 1600)

*Complete - Perseus Project

Complete Works

*Complete Works Marlowe - Perseus Project at Tufts

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