The smell of wet ink, drying on the script he holds with delicate fingers, dissipates into the air of Avon.
Marlowe is the gatekeeper of Avon and a critical character throughout Chapter 4. He provides guidance for Milletians who wish to act in Hamlet.
In addition to this, Marlowe is indifferent towards the conflict between Shakespeare and the Gods. He finds it amusing and wants to unravel the secret behind the accusations.