Reviews Jonson, Ben 17th Century British
Yumiko Yamada suggests that while many studies of Cervantes make connections to Shakespeare, the connection to Jonson deserves more critical attention.
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- Jonson's Stoic Politics: Lipsius, the Greeks, and the "Speach According to Horace" - Robert C. Evans suggests comparisons between Lipsius and 17th century Jonson, for "[b]oth men seem to have equated 17th century good politics with moral goodness: the just ruler, 17th century the worthy citizen, and the ideal commonwealth should 17th century all be rooted in virtue."
- Ben Jonson and His Folio - Critical analysis of several book chapters on Jonson.
- "The strangest pageant, fashion'd like a court": John Donne and Ben Jonson to 1600 -- Parallel Lives - William F. Blissett suggests that a Jonson reference reviews to a "Dr. Done . . . encourages reviews a consideration of the parallel literary lives of reviews Jonson and Donne."
- (Self)-Fashioning of Ezekiel Edgworth in Jonson's Bartholomew Fair, The - Essay by Jean MacIntyre from Early Modern Literary Studies 4:3 (January 1999).
- "On the Famous Voyage": Ben Jonson and Civic Space - Essay by Andrew McRae from Early Modern Literary Studies (September reviews 1998).
- Ben Jonson, from The Sad Shepherd: or, A Tale of Robin-Hood (1641) - Short background on Jonson\'s last play, excerpt, and 17th century notes.
- Moulton's Library of Literary Criticism -- Ben Jonson - Extracted analytical quotes about Jonson and his works.
- Jonson's Romish Foxe - Alizon Brunning argues that Volpone "can also be read as 17th century an overtly Anti-Catholic discourse."
- Ben Jonson and Cervantes - Yumiko Yamada suggests that while many studies of Cervantes make 17th century connections to Shakespeare, the connection to Jonson deserves more critical 17th century attention.
- "But Worth pretends": Discovering Jonsonian Masque in Lady Mary Wroth's Pamphilia to Amphilanthus - Anita M. Hagerman analyzes "Wroth\\'s connections to Ben Jonson and 17th century the possibilities the connections offer regarding both the form and 17th century content of Wroth\'s sonnet sequence Pamphilia to Amphilanthus."
- The Swinburne Project - A study of Ben Jonson: comedies, tragedies, masques, 17th century miscellaneous works, and discoveries.
- Book Review - Matthew Steggle reviews Ben Jonson\\'s Antimasques: A history reviews of growth jonson, ben and decline, by Lesley Mickel.
- Marking his Place: Ben Jonson's Punctuation - Sara van den Berg suggests that "[t]o investigate 17th century his punctuation is to investigate not only his 17th century specific practices but, even more importantly, his theory 17th century of the text."
- Theater Review - David Nicol reviews Eastward Ho!
- Book Reviews - Matthew Steggle reviews Ben Jonson, Every Man in His Humour and Every Man Out of His Humour, Ed. Helen Ostovich.
- Antitheatricalism in Light of Ben Jonson's Volpone - Joel Culpepper traces Volpone\\'s role in the Puritan battle to end crossdressing in theatrical productions.
- Ben Jonson Unmasked - An essay by Kathleen A. Prendergrast on Jonson\\'s changing attitudes reviews towards his fellow playwrights, the theater as a medium, and reviews his own role as a dramatist.
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