What is the fate of Acteon in Dr Faustus?

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The fate of Acteon and the knight relates to Marlowe’s interpretation of one’s fate when desiring something which is forbidden. Hence the allusion adds substance to the storyline. Marlowe’s use of classical allusion, enhances the play visually with humour, adding mythical elements and intensifying the sinister aspect of the storyline. This reference to Acteon who enters a world which he was not meant to explore has a similar contrast to Faustus’s experiment with the unknown...
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