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Is the first person perspective that of Marlowe himself?
BrokenTune 1 year ago
It is.

It's full of anachronisms btw. which apparently upset some readers (I've just been reading some of the reviews on GR...) but I didn't mind them in this. It's not meant to be accurate, as I read it. More of a modern imagination.
Have you read Burgess's "A Dead Man in Deptford" -- and if yes, how does it compare? I'm asking because I'm reminded a bit of "Nothing Like the Sun".
BrokenTune 1 year ago
No, I haven't yet. It's on my list. :D
Ah. Well ... :)