Greenblatt:[Will in the world]
"Again and again in his plays to unforeseen catastrophe. (...) Smooth sailing turns into a disaster, terror and loss. The loss is obviously and immediately material, but it is so, and more crushingly, a loss of identity (...) this catastrophe is often by the deliberate alteration or disappearance of the name, and with it, the alteration or disappearance of social status. «
Why Greenblatt was unable or not ready(?) to dare a debate about the literally congruent disaster of Marlowe's destiny?