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How to Pronounce marlowe?

Correct pronunciation for the word "marlowe" is [mˈɑːlə͡ʊ], [mˈɑːlə‍ʊ], [m_ˈɑː_l_əʊ].

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"Marlowe" in context

Marlowe is an iconic English playwright who was born in 1564 in Canterbury. He is largely considered to be the greatest playwright in English literature and has written some of the most famous plays of all time, such as 'Doctor Faustus', 'Tamburlaine' and 'The Jew of Malta'. His plays have been adapted numerous times, from the Middle Ages onwards, and the noted poet and dramatist Christopher Marlowe has heavily influenced other writers such as William Shakespeare and John Milton.

Marlowe is well known for his compositions which are renowned for bold characters, heroic protagonists and strophic, Elizabethan English.

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