edward ii - christopher marlowe (act i, scene i)

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    Edward II is definitely Marlowe just toning it down for five acts.
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    Well, the Hercules/Hylas thing is obvious, but I’m pretty sure the prior line is an Alexander/Hephaistion reference -...
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    Liam Brennan saying this is guaranteed to set your trunk hose on fire.
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