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  1. Ben Jonson: Volpone, The alchemist (Barnes & Noble book notes, 817) by Janet Brunoski, 1970
  2. Four Famous Tudor and Stuart Plays Doctor Faustus (Christopher Marlowe); The Shoemaker's Holiday (Thomas Dekker); Volpone (Ben Jonson); The Duchess of Malfi (John Webster) by Louis B, and Virginia A LaMar (eds) Wright, 1963
  3. Ben Jonson and Possessive Authorship (Cambridge Studies in Renaissance Literature and Culture) by Joseph Loewenstein, 2007-07-02
  4. Sir Philip Sydney's Defense Of Poetry: And Observations On Poetry And Eloquence Of Ben Jonson (1787) by Philip Sidney, Ben Jonson, 2009-06-13
  5. The Selected Plays of Ben Jonson: Volume 2: The Alchemist, Bartholomew Fair, The New Inn, A Tale of a Tub (Plays by Renaissance and Restoration Dramatists) by Ben Jonson, 1989-05-26
  6. The poems of Robert Greene, Christopher Marlowe, and Ben Jonson. Ed., with critical and historical notes, and separate memoirs of the three writers by Robert Greene, Christopher Marlowe, et all 2010-08-29
  7. Imitation and Praise in the Poems of Ben Jonson by Richard S. Peterson, 1981-09-10
  8. Ben Jonson by G. Gregory Smith, 1972-06
  9. Conversations of Ben Jonson With William Drummond of Hawthornden by Ben Jonson, 2010-07-24
  10. Ben Jonson and the Language of Prose Comedy by J.A. Barish, 1980-12
  11. Classical Influence upon the Tribe of Ben: A Study of Classical Elements in the Non-Dramatic Poetry of Ben Jonson and His Circle. by Kathryn Anderson, McEuen, 1968-06
  12. Collation of the Ben Jonson folios, 1616-31--1640 by H. L Ford, 1932
  13. Verhältnis Von Ben Jonson'S 'The Devil Is an Ass' Und John Wilson'S 'Belphegor, Or, the Marriage of the Devil' Zu Machiavelli'S Novelle Vom Belfagor (German Edition) by Ernst Hollstein, 2010-01-10
  14. The Stage-Quarrel Between Ben Jonson And The So-Called Poetasters (1899) by Roscoe Addison Small, 2010-09-10

81. Volpone; Or, The Fox By Ben Jonson - Project Gutenberg
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82. Epicoene: Or, The Silent Woman By Ben Jonson - Project Gutenberg
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83. Every Man In His Humor By Ben Jonson - Project Gutenberg
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Author Jonson, Ben, 1573-1637 Title Every Man in His Humor Language English LoC Class PR: Language and Literatures: English literature Subject English drama (Comedy) Subject London (England) Drama Category Text EBook-No. Release Date Mar 1, 2004 Public domain in the USA. Downloads
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84. Every Man Out Of His Humour By Ben Jonson - Project Gutenberg
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85. EMLS 8.2 (September, 2002]: 22.1-12 Review Of Eastward Ho!
David Nicol reviews Eastward Ho!
http://extra.shu.ac.uk/emls/08-2/eastrev.html
Eastward Ho! by Chapman, Jonson and Marston, performed by the Royal Shakespeare Company at the Swan Theatre, 2002.
David Nicol
University of Central England
drn5@hotmail.com

Nicol, David. " Eastward Ho! by Chapman, Jonson and Marston, performed by the Royal Shakespeare Company at the Swan Theatre, 2002." Early Modern Literary Studies http://purl.oclc.org/emls/08-2/eastrev.html CAST AND CREW:
David Acton Seagull/Mistress Fond. Sasha Behar Sindefy. Claire Benedict Mistress Touchstone. Paul Bentall Security. Vincent Brimble Scapethrift/1st Gentleman/Potkin. Billy Carter Quicksilver. Wayne Cater Drawer/Scrivener. Shelley Conn Mildred. Amanda Drew Gertrude. Geoffrey Freshwater Touchstone. Sean Hannaway Constable/2nd Gentleman. Sian Howard Winifred. Michael Matus Sir Petronel Flash. Colin McCormack Bramble. Keith Osborn Spendall/Holdfast/Mistress Gazer. Joshua Richards Wolf/Poldavy/Coachman. Avin Shah Slitgut/Hamlet/Page. James Tucker Golding. Lucy Pitman-Wallace Director.

86. Jonson Gallery
The Gallery houses the archives and work of modernist painter Raymond Jonson (1891-1982) and works by his contemporaries and students.
http://www.unm.edu/~jonsong/
The Raymond Jonson Gallery of the University of New Mexico Art Museum Housing the definitive collection and archives of Raymond Jonson (1891-1982) and the Transcendental Painting Group (1938-1941) HOME I PUBLICATIONS I LINKS I UNM ART MUSEUM The Jonson Gallery has moved ...from its original location at 1909 Las Lomas Road NE and is now closed. However, the gallery will re-open in September 2010 as the Raymond Jonson Gallery in the lower level of the University of New Mexico Art Museum, inside the Center for the Arts. You can still reach the Jonson Gallery by phone: 505.277.8927, e-mail: jonsong@unm.edu , or regular mail: The Raymond Jonson Gallery University of New Mexico Art Museum
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Albuquerque, NM 87131-0001 AND PLEASE NOTE... If you have navigated to this site in search of information on the Paul Re Peace Prize, please go to to paulre.org
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87. [EMLS 6.3 (January, 2001]: 4.1-17 "But Worth Pretends"
Anita M. Hagerman analyzes Wroth s connections to Ben Jonson and the possibilities the connections offer regarding both the form and content of Wroth s sonnet sequence Pamphilia to Amphilanthus.
http://extra.shu.ac.uk/emls/06-3/hagewrot.htm
"But Worth pretends": Discovering Jonsonian Masque in Lady Mary Wroth's Pamphilia to Amphilanthus
Anita M. Hagerman
Southwest Missouri State University
anita_hagerman@juno.com

Hagerman, Anita. "'But Worth pretends': Discovering Jonsonian Masque in Lady Mary Wroth's Pamphilia to Amphilanthus ." Early Modern Literary Studies http://purl.oclc.org/emls/06-3/hagewrot.htm
  • while, at the same time, writing that seems unfamiliar with these male-dictated formal structures can likewise be condemned as unpolished, unlearned, and amateur. Consider, then, the additional importance of this line of inquiry in the case of Lady Mary Wroth. Scholars of Wroth's works generally agree that one of her greatest attributes is her ability to evocatively appropriate forms, twisting them to her own rhetorical purposes, and thereby asserting herself as a well-versed author while, at the same time, subverting (or even completely co-opting) formal elements. Most of these critics understandably focus their discussions of Wroth's formal influences almost entirely on her Sidney family background. I would like to expand this discussion by exploring more closely Wroth's connections to Ben Jonson and the possibilities the connections offer regarding both the form and content of Wroth's sonnet sequence Pamphilia to Amphilanthus , a correlation with noteworthy potential as an addition to the ongoing critical debate over the structure of Wroth's sonnet sequence.
  • 88. Richard Brome
    A biography of the Jacobean dramatist and servant of Ben Jonson.
    http://www.theatrehistory.com/british/brome001.html
    RICHARD BROME
    This article was originally published in Encyclopedia Britannica, Eleventh Edition, Volume IV . Anonymous. Cambridge: University Press, 1910. p. 631-2.
    BROME, RICHARD (d. 1652), English dramatist, was originally a servant of Ben Jonson , and owed much to his master. The development of his plots, the strongly marked characters and the amount of curious information to be found in his work, all show Jonson's influence. The relation of master and servant developed in to friendship, and our knowledge of Brome's personal character is chiefly drawn from Ben Jonson's lines to him, prefixed to The Northern Lasse (1632), the play which made Brome's reputation. Brome's genius lay entirely in comedy. He has left fifteen pieces. Five New Playes (ed. by Alex. Brome, 1652?) contained Madd Couple Well Matcht (acted 1639?); Novella (acted 1632); Court Beggar (acted 1632); City Witt The Damoiselle or the New Ordinary Five New Playes (1659) included The English Moor, or The Mock Marriage; The Love-Sick Court, or The Ambitious Politique; Covent Garden Weeded; The New Academy, or The New Exchange ; and The Queen and Concubine The Antipodes (acted 1638, pr. 1640);

    89. Jonson Rubber : Manufacturer And Exporter Of Rubber Conveyor Belts And Transmiss
    Manufacturers of rubber conveyor belting, industrial transmission belts and synthetic fabrics.
    http://www.jonsonrubber.com
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    90. My DiaryLand Diary
    L nga filosofiska och ofta starkt k nslosamma dagboksanteckningar.
    http://birgitjonson.diaryland.com/index.html
    B I R G I T J O N S O N S D A G B O K
    Men det salta som stiger i ga och mun r tecken p liv,
    r det djupa som stiger till ytan,
    s lt det stiga ... stillhet finns nra intill. (A Smith)
    Dagens Gstbok Kontakt Tipsa ... Andra
    2007-06-02 - 1:56 a.m. De senaste inlggen, senaste ren, har allt kretsat kringa mamma. S mycket att jag sjlv kan spy p det. Men det gr inte att komma ifrn att det just nu r maj och den 25:e dog hon ju. Fr fem r sedan. Och det r helt sjukt hur fort tiden gr.
    Vad jag lrt mig med ren, inte bara med mammas bortgng utan ven med mor- och farfrldrars och nra vnners bortgng, r att r inte lker.. men ren lr en att leva med sorgen. Den blir liksom en del av en. Lika stor som frut men lttare att bra.
    Men visst, bara syrnen i sig fr det att vrka i hjrtat. ven om jag kan tycka att maj blivit lttare att leva med. Vi ker p semester nu. Jag och Sanne och alla barnen. Ska bli s fruktansvrt sknt. Jag knner mig utarbetad och less. Samtidigt tycker jag det mesta med mitt arbete r spnnande. Det r jobbarkompisarna jag str mig p. Vi r en liten klick som inte r tanter. Fikat kan vara rena dden p min arbetsplats. Jag brukar roa mig ibland med att ropa ngot och hoppa eller sl ut med armarna nr jag kommer in i fikarummet. Vad som helst som fr vem som helst att rycka till, om ens bara s lite, lite... Jag SMS:ade till Rosa, mina jobbarkompis, att jag skulle tnka p henne nr jag sitter under ett parasoll p stranden. Hon sa hon skulle gra desamma, vid den trevliga fikarasten. Jo d, vi r ngra allierade.

    91. Untitled Document
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    93. MailEnable Web Mail
    London-based independent record label featuring alternative acts from the United Kingdom and abroad.
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    94. English Literature: Early 17th Century (1603-1660)
    Biographies, works, essays, and collected web resources for Donne, Bacon, Jonson, Herbert, Herrick, Milton, Wroth, Carew, Lovelace, Suckling, Vaughan, Crashaw, and Waller.
    http://www.luminarium.org/sevenlit/

    Introduction
    Sir Francis Bacon Lancelot Andrewes Sir Thomas Overbury ...
    Norton Topics Online

    Art: Willem Buytewech. Merry Company , c.1618. Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest.

    95. Some Uses For Romance Shakespeare S Cymbeline And Jonson S The New Inn
    Andrew Stewart focuses on Cymbeline to argue that The New Inn The New Inn is a positive, yet equivocal, response to the political climate extant in 1632.
    http://www.hull.ac.uk/renforum/v3no1/stewart.htm

    96. Rose Theatre: WWW-VL Theatre And Drama
    Discusses the 1999 reopening of the Rose Theatre, venue for the plays of Marlowe, Kyd, Jonson and Shakespeare.
    http://www.brookes.ac.uk/VL/theatre/rose.html
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    Latest - Shakespeare's Rose Theatre
    THE ROSE RE-OPENS AFTER 395 YEARS
    - Latest Stage in a Campaign to Rescue Remains of World Famous Elizabethan Theatre - The site of the Rose Theatre, the first Elizabethan theatre on London's Bankside where Shakespeare learned his craft, where he had his first plays performed and where he probably acted, is to be opened to the public in early April 1999 (exact date still to be confirmed). The Rose was also the venue for the plays of Shakespeare's famous contemporary, Christopher Marlowe. A sound and light show , by the acclaimed theatre designer William Dudley, will tell the history of the Rose, and of Bankside. It marks the first stage of a massive fundraising campaign by the Rose Theatre Trust (RTT) to rescue the archaeological remains of the theatre from eventual decay and to secure them for future generations by carrying out a full-scale excavation. The discovery of the theatre site in 1989 was greeted by a blaze of publicity. Its remains are of huge archaeological and cultural importance but have sadly been hidden for conservation reasons below a protective crust of sand and concrete and a pool of water for nearly 10 years. Now at last work has begun to present the site to the public.

    97. The Boar's Head Tavern - Home
    Discussion board devoted to Renaissance authors including Shakespeare, Marlowe, Jonson, Kydd, Middleton, Ford, Webster and Greene.
    http://boarshead.proboards9.com/

    98. Marcelo Cohen
    Obra narrativa y biograf a de este escritor argentino, traductor de entre otros, el Fausto de Christopher Marlowe; El alquimista de Ben Jonson; Lady Susan de Jane Austen; los Cuadernos de notas de Henry James; Sobre poes a y poetas de T.S. Eliot.
    http://www.literatura.org/Cohen/Cohen.html
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    El viejo topo , de Madrid, y en la revista Quimera y el diario La Vanguardia , de Buenos Aires y en la revista mensual Fausto de Christopher Marlowe; El alquimista de Ben Jonson; Lady Susan de Jane Austen; los Cuadernos de notas de Henry James; de T.S. Eliot; Ventanas Altas de Philip Larkin; de A.R. Ammons; Adagia de Wallace Stevens; El precio era alto de J.G. Ballard; y de William Burroughs; Escritos sobre Joyce , de Italo Svevo; Quincas Borba Felicidad clandestina , de Clarice Lispector. Entre sus obras:
    • El buitre en invierno (1984). Montesinos, Barcelona
    • Insomnio (1985). Muchnik Editores, Barcelona
    • El sitio de Kelany (1987). Muchnik Editores, Barcelona. Ada Korn, Buenos aires
    • El fin de lo mismo (1992). Anaya y Muchnik, Madrid. Alianza, Buenos Aires
    • El testamento de O'Jaral (1995). Anaya y Muchnik, Madrid. Alianza, Buenos Aires
    • Inolvidables veladas (1996). Minotauro, Barcelona
    • Un hombres amable (1998). Norma, Buenos Aires
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    99. S. L. Jonson Studios
    Offers a variety of bronze sculptures. Includes monuments, small scale, religious art, and brief history of the artist.
    http://www.sljonsonstudios.com
    Welcome to S. L. Jonson Studios Sondra L. Jonson of S. L. Jonson Studios began planning her career in art at the age of 5. Her studio, established in 1985, has produced a large line of sculptures, from miniatures to monuments, for clients throughout the United States and in Europe. Jonson, a Magna Cum Laude graduate of Bryn Mawr College, and a former student of EvAngelos Frudakis, has developed a signature style which is both classical and contemporary, powerful yet tender, always sensitive to form, color and message. Browse the various galleries of S. L. Jonson Studios, and be prepared to be inspired!
    In The News Veterans Memorial Inspired by Scripture A Sculptor of Substance - Sondra Jonson Thinks and Creates With the Church A Mother's Love - Featured on the Cover Memorial to honor the unborn
    Contact S. L. Jonson Studios
    Cambridge, Nebraska 69022
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