Many critics who have studied the play judge the internal evidence to be suggestive of the style of Thomas Dekker. Moor Eleazar, Prince of Fez , the anti-hero protagonist, is a prisoner in the Spanish Court, but honored for his military victories. Despite all of his strategems, however, Eleazar is defeated in the end; he goes to his death unrepentant. And he stabs King Ferdinando as the culmination of his evil plans. Individual scholars have also discussed the hypothesis that Henry Chettle may have had a hand in the play, and a few have allowed a possibility that Marlowe may have had some connection with the text in an earlier form. The first edition attributed the authorship of the play to Christopher Marlowe , though this attribution has been recognized as spurious by critics and scholars for nearly two centuries. The play, under the title of "Lust's Dominion", has also been adapted in the 21st century.
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