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  1. Ben Jonson: The Complete Masques (The Yale Ben Jonson Series) by Ben Jonson, 1969-05-11
  2. Ben Jonson and the Politics of Genre
  3. Ben Jonson and Envy by Lynn S. Meskill, 2009-04-27
  4. Epigrams and The Forest by Ben Jonson, 2006-05-28
  5. The Complete Poems (Penguin Classics) by Ben Jonson, 1988-09-06
  6. Ben Jonson's Plays and Masques (Second Edition) by Ben Jonson, Richard Harp, 2000-09
  7. The Alchemist and Other Plays: Volpone, or The Fox; Epicene, or The Silent Woman; The Alchemist; Bartholomew Fair (Oxford World's Classics) by Ben Jonson, 2009-03-15
  8. Ben Jonson: Bartholomew Fair (The Yale Ben Jonson.) by Ben Jonson, 1963-06
  9. Sejanus by Ben Jonson, William Dinsmore Briggs, 2010-09-05
  10. Shakespeare & Co.: Christopher Marlowe, Thomas Dekker, Ben Jonson, Thomas Middleton, John Fletcher and the Other Players in His Story (Vintage) by Stanley Wells, 2008-03-18
  11. The Complete Poetry of Ben Jonson (Norton Library Seventeenth-Century Series) by Ben Jonson, 1968
  12. The complete plays of Ben Jonson by Ben Jonson, Northrop Frye, et all 2010-08-01
  13. The Cambridge Companion to Ben Jonson (Cambridge Companions to Literature)
  14. Every Man in His Humor by Ben Jonson, 2010-07-06

1. Ben Jonson (1572-1637) British Writer
(15721637) British writer. Ben Jonson's first original play, Every Man in His Humour, was performed in 1598 by the Lord Chamberlain's Company. Jonson became a celebrity.
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  • (1572-1637) British writer. Ben Jonson's first original play, "Every Man in His Humour," was performed in 1598 by the Lord Chamberlain's Company. Jonson became a celebrity.
    Ben Jonson and Francis Bacon
    Article describes Jonson's friendship with Sir Francis Bacon and vaguely addresses the Shakespeare author controversy in this context.
    Jonson's Stoic Politics
    Scholar Robert C. Evans of Auburn University wrote this essay subtitled "Lipsius, the Greeks, and the 'Speach According to Horace.'" zSB(3,3)
    Library of Congress Citations
    Offers a simple list of hundreds of books on or about Ben Jonson and his work housed in the US national library.
    The Ben Jonson Journal
    University of Nevada at Las Vegas press release announces the 1995 publication of the first issue of the Ben Jonson Journal. Free Classic Literature Newsletter!

    2. Ben Jonson
    Biographical sketch and links to poems A Farewell to the World, Hymn to Diana, To Celia, Simplex Munditiis, The Shadow, The Triumph, An Elegy, The Noble Balm, Epitaph (i) On Elizabeth L.H., Epitaph (ii) On Salathiel Pavy .
    Ben Jonson
    Ben Jonson was born in London, the son of a clergyman who died before Jonson's birth, and was educated at Westminster School. After working as a bricklayer for his stepfather and serving as a soldier, he became an actor and playwright. In 1599 he was imprisoned along with other actors for his part in a scurrilous play, Isle of Dogs, and later again for killing an actor in a duel. His volatile nature is reflected in his poetry and plays, which are a combination of satirical humour and scholarly classicism. He became a court poet and masque writer to James I in collaboration with Inigo Jones and is best remembered for his comedy plays Volpene The Alchemist , and Bartholemew Fair . He was appointed City Chronologer in 1628, holding the post until his death in 1637. A Farewell to the World
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    To Celia

    Simplex Munditiis
    The Complete Poems (Penguin Classics)

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    3. Ben Jonson: Poems
    An index of poems by Ben Jonson. RELATED LINKS. Ben Jonson A biography and list of related links.

    4. Jonson, Ben (1572 - 1637) - Credo Reference Topic
    1572–1637, English dramatist and poet, b. Westminster, London. The highspirited buoyancy of Jonson's plays and the brilliance of his language

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    Incompetech s satirical biography of Jonson.

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    9. Jonson, Ben
    Jonson, Ben, byname of BENJAMIN JONSON (b. June 11?, 1572, London, Eng.d. Aug. 6, 1637, London), English Jacobean dramatist, lyric poet, and literary critic.
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    byname of BENJAMIN JONSON (b. June 11?, 1572, London, Eng.d. Aug. 6, 1637, London), English Jacobean dramatist, lyric poet, and literary critic. He is generally regarded as the second most important English dramatist, after William Shakespeare, during the reign of James I. Among his major plays are the comedies Every Man in His Humour Volpone The Alchemist (1610), and Bartholomew Fair
    Theatrical career.
    Jonson was born two months after his father died. His stepfather was a bricklayer, but by good fortune the boy was able to attend Westminster School. His formal education, however, ended early, and he at first followed his stepfather's trade, then fought with some success with the English forces in the Netherlands. On returning to England, he became an actor and playwright, experiencing the life of a strolling player. He apparently played the leading role of Hieronimo in Thomas Kyd's The Spanish Tragedy . By 1597 he was writing plays for Philip Henslowe, the leading impresario for the public theatre. With one exception ( The Case Is Altered ), these early plays are known, if at all, only by their titles. Jonson apparently wrote tragedies as well as comedies in these years, but his extant writings include only two tragedies

    10. Ben Jonson, From The Sad Shepherd: Or, A Tale Of Robin-Hood (1641)
    Short background on Jonson s last play, excerpt, and notes.
    Ben Jonson, from The Sad Shepherd: or, A Tale of Robin-Hood Ben Jonson’s last play, left unfinished at his death in 1637, is a striking attempt to bring to the stage a spirit of rural festivity. The play was conceived in reaction to the prevailing taste at court for a highly stylized form of pastoral, in which the shepherds and shepherdesses were little more than ciphers for courtiers, and the fields merely a convenient setting for love intrigue. The play’s prologue states that Jonson will present ‘such wool, / As from mere English flocks his muse can pull’, and asserts the capacity of native literary traditions to match those of classical times. He targets the Caroline ‘heresy of late let fall; / That mirth by no means fits a pastoral’. In the play itself, Jonson’s use of the Robin Hood legend draws on a tradition of ballad literature and drama, which flourished particularly in the reign of Elizabeth. Yet the underlying sense of nostalgia for a golden past is combined with a contribution to ongoing debates. The play depicts a struggle over values of rural community, in which Robin Hood’s band is threatened by evil figures characterized by their individualism and unneighbourliness. In the following scene (I iv) Robin Hood and his followers confront the attacks on their festivities launched by ‘sour’ proponents of reform. Recommended edition Ben Jonson , ed. C. H. Herford and Percy Simpson (11 vols., Oxford, 1965-70)

    11. Ben Johnson (actor) - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
    Johnson, Ben Alternative names Short description Date of birth June 13, 1918 Place of birth Foraker, Oklahoma, U.S. Date of death April 8, 1996 Place of death
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    , U.S. Occupation Actor Years active Spouse Carol Elaine Jones (1941-1994) (her death) Ben "Son" Johnson, Jr. (June 13, 1918 – April 8, 1996) was an American motion picture actor who was mainly cast in Westerns . He was also a rodeo cowboy stuntman , and rancher
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    Johnson was born in Foraker Oklahoma on the Osage Indian Reservation , of Cherokee and Irish ancestry, to Ben Sr. and Ollie Susan (Workmon) Johnson. His father was a rancher in Osage County and also a rodeo champion. As a young man, Johnson was a ranch hand, would travel with his father on the rodeo circuit, and become a star before becoming involved in the movies. He was the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association 's Team Roping World Champion in 1953. After winning the title, he discovered that, after travel and expenses, he broke even for the year. Johnson was inducted into the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association 's ProRodeo Hall of Fame in 1973.

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    13. Ben Jonson Unmasked. How Ben Jonson's Plays Reveal His Changing Attitudes
    An essay by Kathleen A. Prendergrast on Jonson s changing attitudes towards his fellow playwrights, the theater as a medium, and his own role as a dramatist.
    Ben Jonson Unmasked
    A study of how Ben Jonson's plays reveal Jonson's changing attitude to his fellow playwrights, the theatre as a medium, and his own role as a dramatist
    by Kathleen A. Prendergast Bookshop English Literature Ben Jonson Renaissance drama ... GCSE Books Abstract: Jonson's presence in his own work can be interpreted as his way of expressing his dissatisfaction with theatre as a medium, and also as a means of imposing a measure of authorial control. His presence in his plays was not static: over the course of his career one can observe an increasingly subtle and less easily distinguishable presence. In this shift, we can see a concurrent change in the author's attitudes about his role as a playwright / poet, theatre and its audience, poetry, and his contemporaries. It is a gradual and subtle move from hubris and idealism toward at least the beginnings of a humility more consistent with his own time, and a grudging acceptance of the limits of the medium in which he worked, and his place within the wider context of the English Renaissance theatre.
    The demands that Ben Jonson makes upon his audiences, as much as they were resisted in his own time, are often seen as a major strength by modern critics, a characteristic setting him apart from his contemporaries. T. S. Eliot writes, "Jonson behaved as the great creative mind that he was: he created his own world, a world from which his followers, as well as the dramatists who were trying to do something wholly different, are excluded" (78). This expectation of challenge associated with Jonson is reflected in a review by Peter Holland of a modern theatrical production of Jonson's

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    16. Ben Jonson (1572-1637)
    Biography, collection of works, and web resources.
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    19. Ben Jonson: Biography
    A biography and overview of the writer s major works.
    This biography was originally published in Elizabethan and Stuart Plays . Ed. Charles Read Baskerville. New York: Henry Holt and Company, 1934. pp. 827-830.
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    Kyd's Spanish Tragedy, very little is known of his career until July 28, 1597, when Henslowe The Isle of Dogs . Probably for his share with Nashe in the writing of this play, Jonson was imprisoned in the Marshalsea until an order was signed on October 3 for his release. In the same year he is thought to have composed The Case Is Altered , a comedy in the manner of Chapman . By September, 1598, he had acquired sufficient reputation to be accounted by Francis Meres one of the best for tragedy, but Meres' basis for such a pronouncement can now be but a subject of conjecture. About the middle of September, however, Jonson's reputation as a writer of comedy was definitely established when Every Man in His Humor was played by the Lord Chamberlain's Company at the Curtain, a performance in which Shakespeare acted a part, possibly that of elder Knowell. On September 22, 1598, Jonson killed his fellow-actor, Gabriel Spencer, in a duel. When brought to trial, he confessed and claimed right of clergy; his property was confiscated and his thumb branded. The following year he collaborated with Dekker in two plays now lost, The Page of Plymouth and Robert the Second, King of Scots

    20. Ben Jonson- - Poetry, Poems, Bios & More
    The poet, essayist, and playwright Ben Jonson was born in 1572 in London, England. His father, a minister, died shortly before his birth and his mother remarried a bricklayer.
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    The poet, essayist, and playwright Ben Jonson was born in 1572 in London, England. His father, a minister, died shortly before his birth and his mother remarried a bricklayer. Jonson was raised in Westminster and attended St. Martin's parish school and Westminster School, where he came under the influence of the classical scholar William Camden. He left the Westminster school in 1589, worked briefly in his stepfather's trade as a bricklayer, then served in the military at Flanders, before working as an actor and playwright for Philip Henslowe's theater company. In 1594, Jonson married Anne Lewis and began to work as an actor and playwright. Jonson and Lewis had at least two children, but little else is known of their marriage. In 1598, Jonson wrote what is considered his first great play, Every Man in His Humor . In a 1616 production, William Shakespeare acted in one of the lead roles. Shortly after the play opened, Jonson killed Gabriel Spencer in a duel and was tried for murder. His was released by pleading "benefit of clergy" (i.e., by proving he could read and write in Latin, he was allowed to face a more lenient court). He spent only a few weeks in prison, but shortly after his release he was again arrested for failing to pay an actor. Under King James I, Jonson received royal favor and patronage. Over the next fifteen years many of his most famous satirical plays, including

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