What rhetoric did figures use Marlowe in Dr Faustus?

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Marlowe’s use of classical allusion with the appearance being in spirit form only,  on stage these characters have no dialogue, and hence their portrayal, considering they have been dead for many centuries, would have appeared supernatural and eerie which once again is resonant to the storyline. However, when the emperor examines the wart on the neck of Alexander’s paramour, Marlowe himself is advocating his own cynicism at the feats performed by Faustus, the implication is...
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