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Philip Sidney

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Philip Sidney

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  • Sir Philip Sidney lived an active life as a courtier, solider, diplomat, and writer. He was born at Penshurst Place, in Kent in 1554.
  • His father, Sir Henry Sidney, was appointed lord president of the Marches of Wales by Queen Elizabeth in 1559, and was later posted in Ireland; he was often absent from Penshurst. Sidney՚s mother was lady-in-waiting to the queen until she caught small pox in 1562.
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Christopher Marlowe - Christopher Marlowe՚s Major Works

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Christopher Marlowe

Christopher Marlowe was an English writer from the Elizabethan era, whose work influenced William Shakespeare՚s writing as well as the writing of generations to follow.

  • His exact date of birth is unknown but he was born in Canterbury, England and was baptized on February 26th 1564.
  • His father was John Marlowe, a shoemaker, and his mother was Catherine Marlowe. Christopher was educated at The King՚s School in Canterbury, and Corpus Christi College in Cambridge where he re…

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