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"In Christopher Marlowe's Tamburlaine (c. 1587), the merciless, power-hungry tyrant of the play's title — who arrogates to himself the appellation "the Scourge of God" — demonstrates vicious, bloodthirsty traits that we would well identify with a psychopathic personality."--Sholem Stein

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  1. evil, immoral or depraved
  2. Given to vice, immorality or depravity
  3. Malicious or spiteful
  4. Violent, destructive and cruel
  5. Savage and aggressive

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