4 edition of The workes of Benjamin Jonson, 1616 found in the catalog.
The workes of Benjamin Jonson, 1616
|Statement||with an introd. by D. Heyward Brock|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1015 p. :|
|Number of Pages||1015|
|ISBN 10||0827743203, 0859672409|
|LC Control Number||76002430|
Ben Jonson, Renaissance Dramatist, Playwright, and Poet, Competitor to William Shakespeare. Writer of Masques, Plays, Poetry, and Epigrams. Life, works, and resources.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Jonson, Ben. Workes of Benjamin Jonson, London: Scolar Press, (OCoLC) The first edition of the second volume of the collected works, the first volume having appeared in Each work, except the Masques, has separate t.-p., the first three with imprint: London, Printed by I.B.
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First Folio, Ben Jonson published the collected volume of his Works inwhen he was in his early forties. It was an audacious act of self-promotion and a landmark event in English literary history.
Prior to modern authorial copyright, the rights to printed texts were owned by stationers, or, in the case of. Ford, H.L. Collation of the Ben Jonson folios McKerrow, R.B. Title-page borders used in England & Scotland, Cataloged Boston Public Library (Rare Books Department) copy cataloged under call no G bound in early calf double-paneled in blind.
Spine ruled in gilt with title stamped onto a red label. All text block edges sprinkled red. Only known edition of annotated Ben Jonson plays saved for the nation titled The Workes of Benjamin Jonson, was placed on the market last year.
The margins of Epicene in the book. Reference > Cambridge History > The Drama toPart Two > Ben Jonson > Bibliography: CONTENTS VOLUME CONTENTS INDEX OF ALL CHAPTERS BIBLIOGRAPHIC RECORD: The Cambridge History of English and American Literature in 18 Volumes (–21).
Vol. The Drama toPart Two. Ben Jonson. Bibliography. Bibliographies are to be found in. JONSON, Ben. The Workes of Benjamin Jonson. WITH: The Workes of Benjamin Jonson. The second Volume Containing These Playes, Viz. I Bartholomew Fayre. 2 The Staple of Newes. The Divell is an Asse.
London: Printed by W. Stansby, / Printed for Richard Meighen, Two volumes, uniformly bound. London: Printed by William Stansby and Printed for Richard Meighen,ie.
First edition. First volume printedsecond volume printedbut datedand Three folio volumes in two x mm. Contemporary brown calf with black and red morocco gilt lettered labels.
Both volumes expertly rebacked retaining original spines. Ben Jonson, Works (; ) Marking books: The Workes of Benjamin Jonson () Marking Books in the Early Modern Period. Whereas nowadays libraries expressly forbid readers to write in books, in the early modern period, students were encouraged to make marks in the books they read.
Readers of books in the sixteenth and seventeenth. [Works. ] The workes of Beniamin Ionson. EXPORT. The Workes of Benjamin Jonson, volume 1 (London: Printed The workes of Benjamin Jonson Richard Bishop & sold by A. Crooke, )--a reprint of The Workes of Benjamin Jonson (); volumes (London: Printed for Richard Meighen & Thomas Walkley, )--comprises the sheets of the works (volume 2) together with The Magnetic Lady, A Tale of a Tub, The Sad Shepherd.
The Workes of Benjamin Jonson, published inhas no dedication and no dedicatee. Jonson had just been granted a pension by King James I, and the king would have been a most natural dedicatee.
Instead, Jonson kept the original dedicatees to individual plays already published in quarto and dedicated a number of poems 1616 book of which had not. Ben Jonson: The Workes of Benjamin Jonson.
London: Richard Bishop, (Sp Coll Hunterian De) Published inthis is the second edition of Jonson's collected works, follo. Jonson's concern in claiming the merit due to his plays is in striking contrast to Shakespeare, who famously showed little apparent interest in the literary afterlife of his dramatic works.
Thus Jonson's folio provided the vital precedent and model to Heminges and Condell when they came to prepare the Shakespeare folio that followed seven.
ENGLISH POETRY SPENSER AND THE TRADITION. The Golden Age Restored. The Workes of Benjamin Jonson. Ben Jonson. TEXT BIBLIOGRAPHY INDEXES Herbert E.
Cory: "Jonson's masque, The Golden Age Restored, introduces Chaucer, Gower, Lydgate, and Spenser as ideal figures of the good old days.
The Workes of Benjamin Jonson. [together with] The Workes of Benjamin Jonson. First volume printedsecond volume printedbut datedand Three folio volumes in two ( x mm). Contemporary brown calf with black and red morocco gilt lettered labels. A Touchstone Book published by Simon & Schuster, The folio Works.
The Works of Benjamin Jonson has received a great deal of bibliographical and editorial scrutiny in the last half of the twentieth century, providing a fairly accurate picture of the circumstances surrounding its creation.
Some time beforeJonson and the stationers who owned the rights to his works arrived at an. Creating Shakespeare Main Menu Introduction Shakespeare's Sources The Age of Shakespeare Hamlet Shakespeare's Afterlife on Page and Stage Revised, Corrected, Restored.
InJonson published The Workes of Benjamin Jonson, including in the volume nine of his plays in addition to other writings. Never before had any author dared to give his plays the title. It is extremely rare for a copy of Jonson's folio to be offered in this state, combining such generous page size with a contemporary binding and distinguished provenance.
The publication of a collected "Workes" in folio, its title-page adorned with Classical motifs, was a typically audacious move by Jonson, especially because he included.
The Masque of Blackness Ben Jonson. As part of his commission to produce and entertainment for the Twelfth Night celebration, Ben Jonson, working in close collaboration with noted architect Inigo Jones as the scenic designer, produced the.
Exceedingly Rare First Folio Edition of "Epicoene, or The Silent women Scorned" separately bound taken from the Landmark First Folio of Ben Jonson's Collected Workes: Jonson's seminal First Folio was a watershed moment in literary history, it set the stage for all play collections that followed—most notably the First Folio of his.
Benjamin Johnson, portrait by Abraham van Blyenberch, oil on canvas, circa National Portrait Gallery (used with permission, CC BY-NC-ND ). This day conference, hosted by the Sheffield Centre for Early Modern Studies, celebrates the th anniversary of Ben Jonson’s folio Workes (printed in ).
Its publication was a landmark in. The First Edition of Ben Jonson's Works, From the Library of British Film Actor Claude Rains Ben Jonson. The Workes of Benjamin Jonson. London: Printed by William Stansby, First edition, small-paper issue, third state of title page. ( x inches). ,[1, blank] pages.
Bound without the rare initial blank leaf. 4 Jonson's publication of The Workes of Benjamin Jonson in folio in marked not only a key moment in the career of the writer, but also a watershed in the history of print culture.
His was not the first folio edition of a living poet's works to be published in England –. JONSON, Benjamin ('Ben', ).
The : William Stansby, 2° ( x mm). Engraved title by William Hole, sectional title to The Poëtaster on Z4r with woodcut border [McKerrow and Ferguson ] (washed, some residual soiling and staining, title with repaired tear and pen-and-ink restoration in lower right hand corner, some closed.
Ben Jonson: A Life by Ian Donaldson: review in Novembercame the publication of a hefty book in elaborate Folio format: The Workes of Benjamin Jonson. Ben Jonson: To Celia; On my first Sonne; The Workes of Beniamin Ionson (the first folio collection, including Epigrams and The Forest) Robert Southwell, S.J., S.
Peters Complaint. And Saint Mary Magdalens Funerall Teares, "By R.S. of the Society of Jesus" (see also Marie Magdalens Funeral Teares and Saint Peters Complaint ) Other. his site presents an online edition of the works of Ben Jonson (), Shakespeare's fellow playwright and poet.
These texts are being made available for educational and entertainment purposes. Although I have striven for accuracy in the transcription of the texts, I make no pretense that this is a scholarly edition of Jonson's works.
Jonson wrote a number of masques for the court of James I, in one of which, Newes from the New World Discover'd in the Moone (performed 7 January "at Court", London; in The Workes of Benjamin Jonson ) [for full title see Checklist], he became perhaps the first writer to make dramatic use of Galileo's discovery that the Moon had a.
The Workes of Beniamin Jonson (London, ) and The Workes of Benjamin Jonson, 2 vols, (London, ). Requested on: 15 November Bram consulted three volumes of the Workes of the great English poet and playwright, Ben Jonson ().
The Irish masque. Love freed from ignorance and folly. Love restored. Mercurie vindicated from the alchemists. Oberon: the Faery prince. A private entertainment of the King and Queen at Highgate.
The speeches at Prince Henries barriers. The workes of Benjamin Jonson [includes the above]. Jonson's Poetry Lost Jonson's Poetry Lost DOBRANSKI, STEPHEN B. Footnotes 1. This and all subsequent references to The Workes of Benjamin Jonson () are taken from the copy held at the Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center at the University of Texas in Austin (Pforz ).
This collection of nine original essays, is a major study of the Folio as a work of art, as a turning point in Jonson's career, and as an unprecedented event in English letters and printing. Preview this book». Shakespeare’s name occurs in two earlier cast lists, both printed in the Ben Jonson First Folio ofas shown here.
Jonson, a far more active self-promoter than Shakespeare, published his own Workes, entered in the Stationers Register on Janu some three months before Shakespeare’s death in April The Workes. First complete collected edition, comprising the second edition of volume 1 and the first edition of volumes 2 and 3.
The first volume is a close reprint of the first edition of The second volume contains the reissued, unsold sheets of three plays published inwhich were edited by Jonson and intended to supplement his Workes.
The balance of Volume 2. The title page of Ben Jonson’s Workes () If we first explore the frontispiece of Jonson’s Workes () it is possible to get an insight into how the early modern readers and consumers of the time may have interpreted the piece and how this may have contributed to their notion of authorial identity.
Workes. Ben Jonson published this folio edition of his works in the year of Shakespeare’s death. Benjamin (Ben) Jonson. Book. Show on map Show on floorplan Resources. More from The Gigantic Genius of Shakespeare. London. Claes Janszoon Visscher () First issued in Venus and Adonis.
William Shakespeare. (really. Ben Jonson was born inthe posthumous son of a minister, and, thanks to an unknown patron, was educated at Westminster.
After this he was for a brief time apprenticed to his stepfather as a bricklayer. He served as a soldier in the Low Countries and married sometime between and Cited by:.
This chapter focuses on the book Mr. William Shakespeare’s Comedies, Histories and Tragedies (), which is widely known today as the First Folio. When the First Folio was printed inthe editors and printers included in its preliminary matter several poems in praise of Shakespeare.
Among these were two by the author’s friend and rival, Ben Jonson.Workes () Timber; or, Discoveries () Ben Jonson.
Jonson, Benjamin, photograph. Public Domain. Overview. Ben Jonson was a prolific Elizabethan dramatist and a man of letters who profoundly influenced the coming Augustan age through his emphasis on the principles of Horace, Aristotle, and other classical thinkers.
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