“I used to like this town … a long time ago,” Marlowe says in The Little Sister, published in 1949.
And the best of luck to Mr. Banville and my old friend Marlowe.
Someone else mimed how Marlowe, portrayed as a right-hand finger, was stabbed, after a struggle, by his left-hand opponent.
Iconic characters like Marlowe, Spenser, and James Bond make up the patchwork of our modern day folklore.
Say what you will, though, he never tried to tug at our heartstrings by making Marlowe an orphan.
Mr. Marlowe had nothing to do with Manderson's business as a financier, knew nothing of it.
The Satanic energy of this outburst proclaims its author, Marlowe.
Marlowe's glance brooded down on the mass of papers piled in the tray of his IN box.
Shakespeare is not so representative of the Elizabethans as is Marlowe or Chapman.
"Marlowe, my people are strangling," the old Dovenilid said.