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Title Re-presenting Ben Jonson [electronic resource] ; text, history, performance / Edited by Martin Butler.

Published Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan, 1999.

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Physical description 272 p.
Series Early modern literature in history
Notes Electronic book text.
Epublication based on: 9780333720417, 1999.
Contents List of Plates List of Figures List of Contributors Prefatory Note Introduction: from Workes to Texts-- M.Butler Why Re-edit Herford and Simpson?-- D.Bevington The Printing, Proofing and Press-correction of Jonson's Folio Workes-- D.L. Gants Forms of Authority in the Early Texts of Every Man Out of His Humour-- K.Donovan 'To Behold the Scene Full': Every Man Out of His Humour-- H.Ostovich Personal Material: Jonson and Book-Burning-- J.Loewenstein Jonson's Entertainment at Britain's Burse: J.Knowles Politics in Catiline: Jonson and His Sources-- B.Worden Zeal-of-the-Land Busy Restored-- M.Cordner The Swan Song of the Stage Historian-- L.Potter Jonsonian Chronology and the Styles of A Tale of a Tub-- H.Craig Jonsonian Allusions-- R.C. Evans Index.
File type Document
Summary Work on Ben Jonson has long been dominated by the eleven-volume Oxford text of his Works, edited by C. H. Herford, Percy Simpson and Evelyn Simpson. In this monumental edition Jonson seems a remote and forbidding figure, an author of formidable learning and literariness. This collection of essays by twelve leading scholars, editors, historians and bibliographers explores ways in which modern understanding of Jonson's texts has undermined the emphases of the Oxford edition, and generated a Jonson whose works and career look quite different. Addressing the competing needs of future readers, teachers and performers, it asks how this reconceptualized Jonson might best be transmitted into the next century. This volume also includes a new Jonson text, The Entertainment at Britain's Burse, written in 1609 to celebrate the royal opening of the Earl of Salisbury's commercial development in the Strand. Discovered in 1996, it is the most significant addition to Jonson's canon this century, and is printed here for the first time.
Audience Undergraduate.
System notes PDF.
History notes MARTIN BUTLER is Reader in English Renaissance at the University of Leeds. He is the author of Theatre and Crisis 1632-1642, and with Ian Donaldson and David Benington, is a General Editor of the planned Cambridge Edition of the Works of Ben Jonson.
Other author Butler, Martin, Ph. D.
Subject Jonson, Ben, 1573?-1637 -- Criticism, Textual.
Jonson, Ben, 1573?-1637 -- Knowledge -- History.
Jonson, Ben, 1573?-1637 -- Stage history.
Literature and history -- History -- 17th century -- England.
Historical drama, English -- History and criticism.
Literary studies: plays & playwrights -- English -- England.
Literary studies: c 1500 to c 1800 -- English -- England.
Literature.
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