Ben Jonson (1573?-1637)

Country : Grande-Bretagne
Language : anglais
Gender : masculin
Birth : Londres (Royaume-Uni), 11-06-1573
Death : Londres (Royaume-Uni), 06-08-1637
Note :
Poète et auteur dramatique. - Né en 1572 ou 1573
Variants of the name : Benjamin Jonson (1573?-1637)
Ben Johnson (1573?-1637)
ISNI : ISNI 0000 0001 2134 0010

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JONSON, Ben (COL-49) with Ben Jonson (1573?-1637) as Auteur du texte
Adaptation du texte par Roger Planchon (2e version) (4-COL-112(40,2)) with Ben Jonson (1573?-1637) as Auteur du texte
Adaptation du texte par Claude Lochy (1re version) (4-COL-112(40,1)) with Ben Jonson (1573?-1637) as Auteur du texte
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Jonson, the poetomachia, and the reformation of Renaissance satire
Metadrama and the informer in Shakespeare and Jonson
Les représentations de Cupidon et de la mythologie de l'amour dans les masques de Ben Jonson
The Ben Jonson encyclopedia
Ben Jonson's walk to Scotland
The media players
Literary folios and ideas of the book in early modern England
The alchemist
The Cambridge edition of the works of Ben Jonson
Imitation and praise in the poems of Ben Jonson
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Ben Jonson in context
Jonson, Horace and the classical tradition
Ben Jonson and the politics of genre
Ben Jonson and envy
Our scene is London
Marston, rivalry, rapprochement, and Jonson
Ben Jonson
The impact of militarism and social mobility on the construction of masculinity in Elizabethan and Jacobean drama
Shakespeare, Marlowe, Jonson
The popular culture of Shakespeare, Spenser, and Jonson
Ben Jonson in the Romantic age
The complete critical guide to Ben Jonson
Ben Jonson and possessive authorship
Shakespeare & the poets' war
The Cambridge companion to Ben Jonson
Between theater and philosophy
Ben Jonson's plays and masques
Ben Jonson's major plays
Re-presenting Ben Jonson
Ben Jonson and theatre
Ben Jonson's antimasques
Precious nonsense
Jonson, Shakespeare and Early modern Virgil
Comunicazione e aggressione
Ben Jonson's theatrical republics
The fury of men's gullets
Critical essays on Ben Jonson
New perspectives on Ben Jonson
Ben Jonson, authority, criticism
Habits of mind
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The women of Ben Jonson's poetry
Ben Jonson and the art of secrecy
Ben Jonson and the art of secrecy
Ben Jonson
Jonsonian discriminations
The power of eloquence and English Renaissance literature
The birth of popular culture
The social relations of Jonson's theatre
Jonson, Lipsius, and the politics of Renaissance stoicism
Ben Jonson's "1616 Folio"
Rival playwrights
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Ben Jonson and self-love
Ben Jonson
Ben Jonson and the poetics of patronage
Ben Jonson's poesis
Ben Jonson
Renaissance magic and the return of the Golden Age
Distinguishing Jonson
Shakespeare and Jonson, Jonson and Shakespeare
Ben Jonson's parodic strategy
Theatrical legitimation
The Action of Ben Jonson's poetry
Ben Jonson
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Jonson and the psychology of public theater
Ben Jonson's comedies on the modern stage
Contemporary life and manners in Ben Jonson's comedies
Ben Jonson and the Roman frame of mind
Responsive readings
Ben Jonson, dramatist
Jonson and Shakespeare
Ben Jonson, to the first folio
A Ben Jonson companion
Classic and cavalier
The Nondramatic works of Ben Jonson
Imitation and praise in the poems of Ben Jonson
Ben Jonson
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Music in the theatre of Ben Jonson
The Plays of Ben Jonson
Two Renaissance mythmakers
Ben Jonson
The world upside-down
Rhetoric as a dramatic langage in Ben Jonson
Notes on the grammar in Ben Jonson's dramatic works
Ben Jonson and Elizabethan music. Willa McClung Evans. With a new preface to the second printing
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L'aventureuse existence de Ben Jonson, poète de la cour et des tavernes
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