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Ben Jonson Bibliography

 

viernes, 24 de octubre de 2014

Ben Jonson Bibliography

 

Ben Jonson (1572-1637)

     (English dramatist and poet, b. Westminster, orphaned son of a Protestant minister, st. Westminster School, left Cambridge without a degree, apprenticed as bricklayer to father-in-law; volonteer in Flanders army 1592, killed enemy in single combat, actor in London c. 1594, imprisoned for manslaughter, converted to Catholicism for some time, married 1594, children died; returned to Anglicanism 1606; pensioned by the King 1616; honorary MA Oxford 1619; poet for aristocratic patrons, apologist of Stuart royalty; neoclassical theorist and literary authority, overweight and hard drinker)
Works
1590s
Jonson, Ben. Every Man in his Humour. Comedy. Acted 1596, rev. version acted at Blackfriars, 1598.
_____. Every Man In His Humour. London: Walter Burre, 1601.
_____. Every Man in His Humour. In Jonson, Works. 1616.
_____. Every Man in his Humour. Ed. Herford and Simpson.
_____. Every Man in His Humour. (Revels series). Ed. Robert S. Miola.
_____. The Case Is Altered. Comedy. 1598. (Vs Munday, "Don Antonio Ballendino").
_____. Prologue to Every Man in his Humour. Folio ed., 1616.
_____. ? The Scottes Tragedy. Drama. 1599. (Lost).
Jonson, Ben, Thomas Dekker, and Henry Chettle. Robert the Second, King of Scottes. Drama.   c. 1599. (Lost).
Chettle, Henry, Henry Porter and Ben Jonson. Hot Anger soon Cold. Drama. August 1598. Not printed.
Nashe, Thomas, Ben Jonson, et al. The Isle of Dogs. Drama. 1597. (Lost).
1600s
Jonson, Ben. Cynthia's Revels. Drama. Acted at Whitehall and Blackfriars, 1600.
_____. Cynthia's Revels. Ed. C. H. Herford and Percy Simpson. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1932.
_____. Every Man Out of His Humour. Comedy. Staged Globe theatre, 1600.
_____. Every Man Out of His Humour. Online at Project Gutenberg.*
2012
_____. Prologue to Every Man Out of His Humour. 1600. Select. in Literary Criticism from Plato to Dryden. Ed. Gilbert. 537-38.
_____. "Queen and Huntress."  Poem. 1600. In The Norton Anthology of English Literature. 7th ed. Ed. M. H. Abrams, Stephen Greenblatt et al. New York: Norton, 1999. 1.1413-14.
_____. "Slow, Slow, Fresh Fount." Poem. 1600.  In The Norton Anthology of English Literature. 7th ed. Ed. M. H. Abrams, Stephen Greenblatt et al. New York: Norton, 1999. 1.1413.*
_____. The Poetaster. Comedy. Acted at Blackfriars, 1601.
_____. Poetaster. Ed Tom Cain. Manchester: Manchester UP, 1995. 1996.
_____. Rev. version of Jeronymo for Henslowe. 1601.
_____. Richard Crook-Back. Tragedy. 1602. (Lost).
_____. Sejanus His Fall. Tragedy (in collaboration with anon. author). Produced by the King's Men, Globe theatre, 1603. Rev. version by Ben Jonson 1605. (Political play, in support of the  Earl of Essex).
_____. "To the Readers of Sejanus." 1605. In Criticism from Plato to Dryden. Ed. Gilbert. 538-49.*
_____. "To the Readers." In Sejanus, His Fall. 1605. In Writing and the English Renaissance. Ed. William Zunder and Suzanne Trill. Harlow (Essex): Longman, 1996. 265-66.*
_____. Panegyric on the First Meeting of Parliament. c. 1604.
_____. The Masque of Blackness. Acted 1605. In The Norton Anthology of English Literature. 7th ed. Ed. M. H. Abrams, Stephen Greenblatt et al. New York: Norton, 1999. 1.1294-1303.*
_____. Hymenaei. Masque. First performed 1606.
_____. Volpone. Comedy. First performed King's Men, Globe Theatre, 1606. Acted 1606 at Oxford and Cambridge.
_____. Volpone. Quarto, 1607.
_____. Volpone. In Works, 1616.
_____. Volpone. Ed. Jonas Barish. Arlington Heights (IL): AHM, 1958.
_____. Volpone or the Fox /Volpone o el zorro. Bilingual ed. Ed. and trans. A. Sarabia Santander. Barcelona: Bosch, 1980.
_____. Volpone. In Jonson,Volpone and Other Plays. Ed. Lorna Hutson. (Renaissance Dramatists). Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1998.
_____. Volpone.  In The Norton Anthology of English Literature. 7th ed. Ed. M. H. Abrams, Stephen Greenblatt et al. New York: Norton, 1999. 1.1303-93.*
_____. Volpone, or the Fox. Online at Project Gutenberg.
2012
_____. Volpone. In English Renaissance Drama: A Norton Anthology. Ed. David Bevington et al. New York and London: Norton, 2002. 673-64.*
_____. Volpone. Ed. and trans. Purificación Ribes. (Letras Universales). Madrid: Cátedra, 2002.
_____. Dedicatory Epistle of Volpone. 1606. In The Personal Note. Ed. H. J. C. Grierson and S. Wason. London: Chatto, 1946. 38-41.
_____. "Dedication to Volpone." In Literary Criticism and Theory. Ed. R. C. Davis and L. Finke. London: Longman, 1989. 234-37.*
_____. The Masque of Whiteness. c. 1607.
_____. Masque of Beauty. 1608.
_____. "Still to Be Neat." Poem. 1609.  In The Norton Anthology of English Literature. 7th ed. Ed. M. H. Abrams, Stephen Greenblatt et al. New York: Norton, 1999. 1.1414.*
_____. Britain's Burse. Drama. 1609.
_____. Speeches at Prince Henry's Barriers. 1609.  (Allegorical tournament-entertainment).
_____. Epicoene: Or, The Silent Woman. Comedy. 1609-10.
_____. Epicene. In English Renaissance Drama: A Norton Anthology. Ed. David Bevington et al. New York and London: Norton, 2002. 775-860.*
_____. The Key Keeper: An Entertainment at Britain's Burse. Masque. 1609. Ed. John Knowles. Forthcoming 1997.
_____. The Entertainment at Britain's Burse. Masque. Written 1609. 1st ed. in Re-Presenting Ben Jonson: Text, Performance, History. Ed. Martin Butler. Houndmills: Macmillan, 1999.
_____. The Masque of Queens. 1609.
Jonson, Ben, John Marston and George Chapman. Eastward Ho! Comedy. 1605.
_____. Eastward Ho! Edited by C. G. Petter.  (The New Mermaids). Benn, 1973.
1610s
_____. Barriers. 1610.
_____. The Alchemist. Comedy. c. 1610.
_____. The Alchemist.  Ed. F. H. Mares. London: Methuen.
_____. The Alchemist. Ed. Peter Bement. London: Routledge, 1987.
_____. The Alchemist. In The Alchemist and Other Plays. Ed. Gordon Campbell. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1995.
_____. The Alchemist. In English Renaissance Drama: A Norton Anthology. Ed. David Bevington et al. New York and London: Norton, 2002. 861-960.*
_____. Preface to The Alchemist. 1612.
_____. Oberon the Fairy Prince. Masque. 1611.
_____. Catiline His Conspiracy. Tragedy. Pub. 1611.
_____. Love Restored. Masque. 1612.
_____. A Challenge at Tilt. Drama. 1613.
_____. "Induction" to Bartholomew Fair. 1614.
_____. "Ben Jonson on The Tempest (and Titus Andronicus) (1614)." In The Norton Shakespeare. Ed. Stephen Greenblatt et al. New York: Norton, 1997. 3341.*
_____. The Devil is an Ass. Drama. 1616.
_____. Lovers Made Men. Masque. 1617.
_____. Bartholomew Fair. Comedy. 1614. 
_____. Bartholomew Fair. Ed. Maurice Hussey. London: Benn, 1964.
_____. Bartholomew Fair. In English Renaissance Drama: A Norton Anthology. Ed. David Bevington et al. New York and London: Norton, 2002. 961-1066.*
_____. The Devil's an Ass. Comedy. 1616.
_____. Mercury Vindicated from the Alchemists in Court. Masque. 1616.
_____. The Workes of Beniamin Jonson. Imprinted at London: By Will Stansby, 1616.  (Folio; Contains: Comedies, Tragedies, Masques,  Epigrams, and The Forest poems).
_____. "On My First Son." Poem. In Perrine's Literature: Structure, Sound, and Sense. By Thomas R. Arp and Greg Johnson. 8th ed. Boston (MA): Thomson Learning-Heinle & Heinle, 2002. 764.*
_____. From Epigrams. 1616. ("To My Book", "On Something, That Walks Somewhere," "To William Camden," "On My Fist Daughter," "To John Donne," "On Don Surly," "On Giles and Joan," "On My First Son," "On Lucy, Countess of Bedford," "To Lucy, Countess of Bedford, with Mr. Donne's Satires," "Inviting a Friend to Supper," "Epitaph on S.P., a Child of Queen's Elizabeth Chapel.").  In The Norton Anthology of English Literature. 7th ed. Ed. M. H. Abrams, Stephen Greenblatt et al. New York: Norton, 1999. 1.393-99.*
_____. From The Forest. 1616. ("To Penshurst," "Song: To Celia," "To Heaven").  In The Norton Anthology of English Literature. 7th ed. Ed. M. H. Abrams, Stephen Greenblatt et al. New York: Norton, 1999. 1.1399-1403.*
_____. "Song: To Celia." In Perrine's Literature: Structure, Sound, and Sense. By Thomas R. Arp and Greg Johnson. 8th ed. Boston (MA): Thomson Learning-Heinle & Heinle, 2002. 1064-65.*
_____. Pleasure Reconciled to Virtue. Masque. 1618.
_____. Conversations with Drummond. 1619.
_____, ed. History of the World. By Sir Walter Ralegh. 1614.
Jonson, Ben, and Inigo Jones. Oberon. Masque. 1611.
1620s
Jonson, Ben. Conversations with William Drummond of Hawthornden. In Ben Jonson (The Oxford Authors) 595-612.
_____. The Gipsies Metamorphosed. Masque. 1621.
_____. Time Vindicated. 1623.
_____. "To the Reader." Prefatory poem to the First Folio of Shakespeare's plays. 1623. Facsimile. In The Norton Shakespeare. Ed. Stephen Greenblatt et al. New York: Norton, 1997. 3346.*
_____. "To the Memory of my Beloved, The Author, Mr. William Shakespeare, and What He Hath Left Us." In Mr. William Shakespeares  Comedies, Histories, & Tragedies. (First Folio). London,1623.
_____. "To the memory of my beloued, the avthor Mr. William Shakespeare: And what he hat left vs." Prefatory poem to the First Folio of Shakespeare's plays. 1623. Facsimile. In The Norton Shakespeare. Ed. Stephen Greenblatt et al. New York: Norton, 1997. 3351-52.*
_____. "To the memory of my beloved, the author, Mr. William Shakespeare, and what he hath left us." In The Works of Ben Jonson, vol. 3. London: Chatto & Windus, 1910. 287-9. Luminarium
2013
_____. "To the Memory of My Beloved, the Author." 1623. In Shakespeare Criticism: A Selection 1623-1840. London: Oxford UP, 1946. 3-5.
_____. "To the Memory of my Beloved, The Author, Mr. William Shakespeare, and What He Hath Left Us."  1623. In The Norton Anthology of English Literature. 7th ed. Ed. M. H. Abrams, Stephen Greenblatt et al. New York: Norton, 1999. 1.1414-16.*
_____. Neptune's Triumph for the Return of Albion. Masque. 1624.
_____. The Fortunate Isles. 1625.
_____. The Staple of Newes. Comedy. 1626.
_____. Anti-Masque of Jophiel. 1627.
_____. "To the Immortal Memory and Friendship of that Noble Pair, Sir Lucius Cary and Sir H. Morison." Ode. 1629, pub. 1640-41.  In The Norton Anthology of English Literature. 7th ed. Ed. M. H. Abrams, Stephen Greenblatt et al. New York: Norton, 1999. 1.1.1609-13.*
Heminge, John, Henry Condell, Ben Jonson, et al. "Front Matter from the First Folio of Shakespeare's Plays (1623)." Facsimiles. In The Norton Shakespeare. Ed. Stephen Greenblatt et al. New York: Norton, 1997. 3345-57.*
1630s
Jonson, Ben. The New Inn. Comedy. 1630. Printed in 1631 octavo; omitted from the 1640 folio. Included in 1692 folio.
_____. "Ode (To Himself)." The Oxford Book of Seventeenth Century Verse. Ed. H. J. C. Grierson and G. Bullough. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1934. 179-180.
_____. "Ode (To Himself)." Luminarium.*
2011
_____. "Expostulation with Inigo Jones." 1631.
_____. Love's Triumph Through Callipolis. Masque. Acted 1631..
_____. Chloridia. Masque. 1631.
_____. "Ode to Himself." 1631, 1640-41. 
_____. "An Ode to Himself." In The Songs and Poems of Ben Jonson. London: Philip Allan & Co., 1924. 59-60.
_____. "Ode to Himself." In The Norton Anthology of English Literature. 7th ed. Ed. M. H. Abrams, Stephen Greenblatt et al. New York: Norton, 1999. 1.1416-18.*
_____. "An Ode to Himself." Luminarium
2012
_____. The Magnetic Lady. Comedy. 1632.
_____. Tale of a Tub. Drama. 1633.
_____. "Induction" to The Magnetic Lady. 1635.
_____. The Sad Shepherd. Pastoral drama. c. 1637.
_____. The Sad Shepherd: Or, A Tale of Robin Hood. Online facsimile at The Internet Archive
2012
_____. The Second Book of the English Grammar. c. 1637.
Fletcher, John, George Chapman, Ben Jonson and Philip Massinger (?). Rollo: or the Bloody Brother. Oxford, 1638.
1640s
Jonson, Ben. The English Grammar. Ed. James Howell. 1640.
_____. The English Grammar. In Jonson, Works. 1640.
_____. English Grammar. Rev. ed. in Jonson's 1692 Folio.
_____. The Underwood. In Jonson, (Works, Second folio). 1640.
_____. From Underwood. 1640-41. (From "A Celebration of Charis in Ten Lyric Pieces," "A Sonnet, to the Noble Lady, the Lady Mary Wroth," "My Picture Left in Scotland,").  In The Norton Anthology of English Literature. 7th ed. Ed. M. H. Abrams, Stephen Greenblatt et al. New York: Norton, 1999. 1.1403-9.*
_____. An Execration against Vulcan. 1640.
_____. Works. 2nd ed. 1640.
_____. Timber: Or, Discoveries. Criticism. 1st ed. in Workes. Vol. 2. 1640.
_____. Timber. In 1692 folio.
_____. Discoveries. Ed. Maurice Castelain. Paris, 1906.
_____. Timber: Or, Discoveries. Selection. In The Great Critics. Ed. J. H. Smith and E. W. Parks. New York: Norton, 1932. 212-21.*
_____. Discoveries. Ed. G. B. Harrison. (Bodley Head Quartos).
_____. Timber: Or, Discoveries. Ed. Ralph S. Walker. London: Greenwood Press, 1976.
_____. Timber or discoveries. In Jonson, The Complete Poems. Ed. G. Parfitt. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1980.
_____. Timber, or, Discoveries. In Ben Jonson (The Oxford Authors) 521-94.*
_____. From Timber, or Discoveries. 1640-41. (Style). In The Norton Anthology of English Literature. 7th ed. Ed. M. H. Abrams, Stephen Greenblatt et al. New York: Norton, 1999. 1.1616-18.*
_____. "De Shakespeare Nostrati." 1641. In Shakespeare Criticism: A Selection 1623-1840. London: Oxford UP, 1946. 6.
_____. "Ben Jonson on Shakespeare (1623-37)." From Timber. In The Norton Shakespeare. Ed. Stephen Greenblatt et al. New York: Norton, 1997. 3360-61.*
_____, trans. The Art of Poetry. By Horace. In Works. Ed. 1640.
_____, trans. The Art of Poetry. By Horace. In The Great Critics. Ed. James Harry Smith and Edd Winfield Parks. New York: Norton, 1932. 88-105.*
Other works
Jonson, Ben.The Masque of Augurs.
_____. Commentary on the Poetics. (Lost).
_____. Journey into Scotland. (Lost).
_____. May Lord. Drama. (Lost).
_____. Life of Henry V. (Unfinished and lost).
_____. Rape of Proserpine. Poem. (Lost).
_____. Epitaph on the Countess of Pembroke.
Jonson, Ben, and Inigo Jones. Love's Triumph Through Callipolis. Masque.
Collected works
Jonson, Ben. Works. 1616. (Folio).
_____. Works. 2nd ed. 1640.
_____. (Works). 1692 (Folio).
_____. (Works of Ben Jonson). Octavo, 6 vols. Illustrated. Jacob Tonson, 1716.
_____. Jonson Anthology (1617-1637). Ed. E. Arber. (British Anthologies 5). Frowde, 1899.
_____. The Works of Ben Jonson. Ed. C. H. Herford, Percy Simpson, and Evelyn Simpson. 11 vols. Oxford: Clarendon, 1925-52. 1971.
_____. The Complete Poetry of Ben Jonson. Ed. W. B. Hunter, Jr. New York: New York UP, 1963.
_____. The Complete Poetry of Ben Jonson. Ed. William B. Hunter, Jr. Garden City (NY): Doubleday-Anchor, 1963.
_____. The Complete Poetry of Ben Jonson. Ed. William B. Hunter, Jr. New York: Norton, 1978.
_____. Ben Jonson. Ed. Thom Gunn. (Poet to Poet). Harmondsworth: Penguin.
_____. Ben Jonson and the Cavalier Poets. Ed. Hugh Maclean. (Norton Critical Edition). New York: Norton, 1975.
_____. Ben Jonson's Plays and Masques. Ed. Robert M. Adams. (Norton Critical Edition). New York: Norton, 1979.
_____. The Complete Poems. Ed. George Parfitt. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1975. 1980.
_____. Three Comedies (Volpone, The Alchemist, Bartholomew Fair). Harmondsworth: Penguin.*
_____. Five Plays.  Ed. G. A. Wilkes. Oxford: Oxford UP.
_____. Ben Jonson (The Oxford Authors). Ed. Ian Donaldson. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1985.*
_____. "On My First Son." "My Picture left in Scotland." "To Penshurst." From Volpone. In The Arnold Anthology of British and Irish Literature in English. Ed. Robert Clark and Thomas Healy. London: Hodder Headline-Arnold, 1997. 303-15.*
_____. The Selected Plays of Ben Jonson. Ed. Johanna Procter. (Plays By Renaissance and Restoration Dramatists). 1989.
_____. The Alchemist and Other Plays. Ed. Gordon Campbell. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1995.
_____. Volpone and Other Plays. Ed. Lorna Hutson. (Renaissance Dramatists). Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1998.
_____. Ben Jonson's Plays and Masques. Ed. Richard Harp. 2nd ed. (Norton Critical Edition). New York: Norton, 2001.
_____. (Ben Jonson's masques, ed. Stephen Orgel, for the Yale ed. of Ben Jonson's works).
Spencer, T. J. B., and S. Wells, eds. A Book of Masques. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1967. Rpt. 1980. (Jonson, Daniel, Campion, Beaumont, W. Browne, Davenant).
On Ben Jonson
Biography
Boehrer, Bruce Thomas. "Renaissance Overeating: The Sad Case of Ben Jonson." PMLA 105 (1990): 1071-82.*
Gifford. Life of Ben Jonson. 19th c.
Hazlitt, William. "Benjamin Jonson." In The Lives of the British Poets. London: Nathaniel Cooke, 1854. 1.206-19.*
Riggs, David. Ben Jonson: A Life. Cambridge (MA): Harvard University Press, 1989.
Criticism
Bamborough, J. B. Ben Jonson. New York: Humanities Press, 1970.
Barish, Jonas A. Ben Jonson and the Language of Prose Comedy. Cambridge (MA): Harvard UP, 1960.
_____. From "Jonson and the Loathèd Stage." From A Celebration of Ben Jonson. Ed. William Blisset, Julian Patrick and R. W. Van Fossen. 1973. 32-46. Rpt. in The Critical Perspective: Volume 3: Elizabethan-Caroline. Ed. Harold Bloom. (The Chelsea House Library of Literary Criticism). New York: Chelsea House, 1986. 1508.*
_____, ed. Jonson: Volpone. (Casebooks series). Basingstoke: Macmillan, 1972.
_____, ed. Ben Jonson: A Collection of Critical Essays. Englewood Cliffs (NJ): Prentice-Hall, 1963.*
Barton, Anne. Ben Jonson, Dramatist. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1984.
Bawcutt. N. W. "New Jonson Documents." The Review of English Studies 47.185 (1996): 50-52.*
Beaurline, L. Ben Jonson and Elizabethan Comedy: Essays in Dramatic Rhetoric. San Marino (CA): Huntington Library, 1978.
Bentley, Gerald E. Shakespeare and Jonson: Their Reputations in the Seventeenth Century Compared. Chicago, 1945.
Blisset, William, Julian Patrick and R. W. Van Fossen, eds. A Celebration of Ben Jonson. 1973.
Brady, Jennifer. . (On Ben Jonson). SEL 23 (1983).
Burrow, Colin. "Combative Criticism: Jonson, Milton, and Classical Literary Criticism in England." In The Renaissance. Ed. Glyn P. Norton. Vol. 3 of The Cambridge History of Literary Criticism. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1999. 2001. 487-99.*
Butler, Martin, ed. Re-Presenting Ben Jonson: Text, Performance, History. (Early Modern Literature in History series). Houndmills: Macmillan, 1999..
Carvalho Homem, Rui. "Entre o juiz e o louco: persusos da comédia de Ben Jonson de Volpone a Bartholomew Faiyre. MA diss. U de lisboa, 1986.
_____. "Retórica do Riso: Comédia, Sátira, e um dia na Feira com Ben Jonson." Revista da Faculdade de Letras- Lnguas e Literaturas, in Honorem Prof. Oscar Lopes. 2nd ser. 12 (Porto, 1995): 301-47.
_____. "'A More Familiar Straine': Puppetry and Burlesque, or, Translation as Debasement in Ben Jonson's Bartholomew Fair." In SEDERI VII. Ed. S. González Fernández-Corugedo et al. Coruña: SEDERI, 1996. 179-86.*
Cave, Richard Allen. Ben Jonson. (English Dramatists). Houndmills: Macmillan.
Clare, Janet. "Jonson's 'Comical Satires' and the Art of Courtly Compliment." Refashioning Ben Jonson: Gender, Politics and the Jonsonian Canon. Ed. Julie Sanders. London: Macmillan, 1998. 28-44.
Coles, Chris. How to Study a Renaissance Play: Marlowe, Jonson, Webster. (How to Study series). Houndmills: Macmillan, 1988.
Coren, Pamela. "In the Person of Womankind: Female Persona Poems by Campion, Donne, Jonson." Studies in Philology (Chapel Hill) 98.2 (Spring 2001): 225-51.
2004-03-28
Coronato, Rocco. "Carnival Vindicated to Himself? Reappraising Bakhtinized Ben Jonson." Connotations 6.2 (1996/97): 180-203.*
Craig, D. H., ed. Ben Jonson: The Critical Heritage. London: Routledge, 1991.
Dietz, Bernd. "Los Epigramas de Ben Jonson." In Estudios literarios ingleses: Renacimiento y barroco. Ed. Susana Onega. Madrid: Cátedra, 1986. 343-62.*
Dollimore, Jonathan. "8. Sejanus (1603): History and Realpolitik." In Dollimore, Radical Tragedy. 3rd ed. Houndmills: Palgrave, 2004. 134-38.*
Donaldson, Ian. The World Upside Down: Comedy from Jonson to Fielding. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1970.
_____. Jonson's Magic Houses: Essays in Interpretation. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1997.
Dryden, John. Of Dramatic Poesy: An Essay. 1668.
_____. Essay of Dramatic Poesy. Ed. Thomas Arnold, rev. W. T. Arnold. Oxford, 1903.*
_____. An Essay of Dramatic Poesy. In The Great Critics. Ed. J. H. Smith and E. W. Parks. New York: Norton, 1932. 255-310.*
_____. An Essay of Dramatic Poesy. In Literary Criticism: From Plato to Dryden. Ed. Gilbert. 601-58.*
_____. Of Dramatic Poesie. In Of Dramatic Poesie and Other Critical Essays. Ed. George Watson. 2 vols. London, 1962.
_____. Of Dramatic Poesie. Ed. James T. Boulton. Oxford, 1964.
_____. Of Dramatic Poesy: An Essay. In Dryden, Selected Criticism 17-76.*
_____ An Essay of Dramatic Poesy. In Literary Criticism and Theory. Ed. R. C. Davis and L. Finke. London: Longman, 1989. 249-89.*
_____. From An Essay of Dramatic Poesy. InThe Norton Anthology of English Literature. Ed. M. H. Abrams, Stephen Greenblatt et al. New York: Norton, 1999. 1.2114-18.*
Dutton, Richard. Ben Jonson: To the First Folio. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1983.
_____. Ben Jonson: Authority: Criticism. Basingstoke: Macmillan, 1996.
Eliot, T. S. "Ben Jonson." 1919. In Eliot, Selected Essays. 3rd. ed. London: Faber, 1951. 147-60.
_____. "Ben Jonson." 1919. In The Sacred Wood. 1920. 104-22.
_____. "Ben Jonson." In Eliot, El bosque sagrado: Edición bilingüe. San Lorenzo de El Escorial (Madrid): Langre, 2004. 325-60.*
_____. "Ben Jonson." In The Critical Perspective: Volume 3: Elizabethan-Caroline. Ed. Harold Bloom. (The Chelsea House Library of Literary Criticism). New York: Chelsea House, 1986. 1495-98.*
Enright, D. J. From "Poetic Satire and Satire in Verse: A Consideration of Jonson and Massinger." Scrutiny (Winter 1951-52): 211-23. Rpt. in The Critical Perspective: Volume 3: Elizabethan-Caroline. Ed. Harold Bloom. (The Chelsea House Library of Literary Criticism). New York: Chelsea House, 1986. 1542-44.*
Evans, Robert C. Ben Jonson and the Poetics of Patronage. Lewisburg (PA): Bucknell UP, 1989.
_____. "Ben Johnson Reads Daphnis and Chloe." English Language Notes. 27.4 (1990): 28-32.
Fernández López, J. "Horacio y Ben Jonson: Poetaster." In Bimilenario de Horacio. Ed. Rosario Cortés Tovar and José Carlos Fernández Corte. Salamanca: Ediciones Universidad de Salamanca, 1994. 36-76.*
Ferry, Anne. All in War with Time: Love Poetry of Shakespeare, Donne, Jonson, Marvell. 1975.
Fowler, Alastair. "The Silva Tradition in Jonson's The Forrest." In Poetic Traditions of the English Renaissance. Ed. Maynard Mack and George de Forest Lord. New Haven: Yale UP, 1982. 163-80.
Freehafer, John. "Leonard Digges, Ben Jonson, and the Beginning." Shakespeare Quarterly 21 (1970): 63-75.
_____. "Leonard Digges, Ben Jonson, and the Beginning." In Shakespeare and the Literary Tradition. Ed. Stephen Orgel and Sean Keilen. New York and London: Garland, 1999. 239-42.*
García Landa, José Angel. "Jonson, Ben." In García Landa, Vanity Fea 2 Oct. 2012.*
2012
_____. "Every Man in His Humour / Every Man Out of His Humour." In García Landa, Vanity Fea 17 Oct. 2012.*
2012
_____. "The Plot of Volpone." From The Oxford Companion to English Literature. García Landa, José Ángel. "." In García Landa, Vanity Fea 20 Nov. 2012.*
2012
García Martínez, Isabel. "Ben Jonson y Molière. Análisis comparativo de su itinerario vital y creador." XIV Congreso de AEDEAN. Bilbao: Servicio Editorial de la Universidad del País Vasco, 1992. 285-94.
Goldberg, Jonathan. James I and the Politics of Literature: Jonson, Shakespeare, Donne and Their Contemporaries. Baltimore and London, 1983.
Gómez Lara, Manuel. "Emblems of Darkness: Othello 1604 and the Masque of Blackness 1605." In SEDERI VII. Ed. S. González Fernández-Corugedo et al. Coruña: SEDERI, 1996. 217-24.*
Gordon, D. J. "Hymenaei: Ben Jonson's Masque of Union." In The Renaissance Imagination. Ed. Stephen Orgel.  Berkeley and London, 1975. (Masque, emblems, iconography).
Grant, Patrick. Literature and the Discovery of Method in the English Renaissance. Athens: U of Georgia P, 1985. (More: Richard III; Jonson: Bartholomew Fair; Donne: Anniversaries; Browne: Religio Medici; Law: Spirit of Love ; on Digby's Annotations, 102-88).
Greene, Thomas M. "Ben Jonson and the Centered Self." SEL 10 (1970): 325-48.
Harp, Richard, and Stanley Stewart, eds. The Cambridge Companion to Ben Jonson. (Cambridge Companions). Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2000.
Haynes, Jonathan. From "Festivity and the Dramatic Economy of Jonson's Bartholomew Fair." ELH (Winter 1984): 645-57. Rpt. in The Critical Perspective: Volume 3: Elizabethan-Caroline. Ed. Harold Bloom. (The Chelsea House Library of Literary Criticism). New York: Chelsea House, 1986. 1520-24.*
_____. The Social Relations of Jonson's Theatre. 1992.
Helgerson, Richard. Self-Crowned Laureates: Spenser, Jonson, Milton, and the Literary System. Berkeley: U of California P, 1983.
_____. "Ben Jonson." In The Cambridge Companion to English Poetry, Donne to Marvell. Ed. Thomas N. Corns. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1993. 148-70.*
Holdsworth, R. V., ed. Jonson: Every Man in His Humour and The Alchemist. (Casebooks series). Basingstoke: Macmillan, 1979.
Hollander, John. Vision and Resonance: Two Senses of Poetic Form.  New York: Oxford UP, 1975.
_____. "Ben Jonson and the Modality of Verse." From Hollander, Vision and Resonance: Two Senses of Poetic Form. 1975. 169-82. Rpt. in The Critical Perspective: Volume 3: Elizabethan-Caroline. Ed. Harold Bloom. (The Chelsea House Library of Literary Criticism). New York: Chelsea House, 1986. 1508-12.*
Ioppolo, Grace. "Author Hissed off Stage." Revs. on Jonson. TLS 31 Jan. 1997: 23.*
Johnson, A. W. Ben Jonson: Poetry and Architecture. c. 1996.
Jonson: Volpone. (Brodie's Notes). Houndmills: Macmillan.
Jonson: Volpone. (Macmillan Master Guides). Houndmills: Macmillan.
Judkins, David C. The Nondramatic Works of Ben Jonson: A Reference Guide. Boston: Hall, 1982.
Kamholtz, Jonathan. . (On Ben Jonson). SEL 23 (1983).
Kernan, Alvin B., ed. Two Renaissance Mythmakers: Christopher Marlowe and Ben Jonson. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP, 1977.
Knights, L. C. Drama and Society in the Age of Jonson. Harmondsworth: Penguin.
_____. "Ben Jonson, Dramatist." In The Age of Shakespeare. Vol. 2 of The New Pelican Guide to English Literature. Ed. Boris Ford. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1982. Rev. 1993. 404-19.*
Knowles, J. "Cecil's Shopping Centre: The Rediscovery of a Ben Jonson Masque in Praise of Trade." TLS 7 Feb. 1997: 14-15.*
Kolbrener, William. "Man to Man: Self-Fashioning in Jonson's To William Pembroke."Texas Studies in Literature and Language 39 (1997): 284-296.*
Lanier, Douglas. 'Better Markes': Ben Jonson and the Institution of Authorship. Forthcoming 1998.
Lee, Jonsook. Ben Jonson's Poesis: A Literary Dialectic of Ideal and History. Charlottesville: UP of Virginia, 1989.
Lemley, John. "Masks and Self-Portraits in Jonson's Later Poetry." ELH 44 (1977): 248-66.
Loewenstein, Joseph. Responsive Readings: Versions of Echo in Pastoral, Epic, and the Jonsonian Masque. New Haven and London: Yale UP, 1984.
_____. "The Jonsonian Corpulence, or the Poet as Mouthpiece." ELH 53 (1986): 491-518.
Lyon, John. "Jonson and Carew on Donne: Censure into Praise." Rice University Studies in English Literature 37.1 (Winter 1997): 97-119.*
MacLean, Hugh. "Ben Jonson's Poems: Notes on the Ordered Society." In Essays in English Literature from the Renaissance to the Victorian Age: Presented to A. S. P. Woodhouse. Ed. M. MacLure and F. W. Watt. Toronto: U of Toronto P, 1964. 43-68.*
Marotti, Arthur F. "All About Jonson's Poetry." ELH 39 (1972): 208-37.
Maus, Katharine Eisaman. Ben Jonson and the Roman Frame of Mind. 1985.
Marcus, Leah S. The Politics of Mirth: Jonson, Herrick, Milton, Marvell and the Defense of Old Holiday Pastimes. Chicago: U of Chicago P, 1986.
McCanles, Michael. Jonsonian Discriminations: The Humanist Poet and the Praise of True Nobility. Toronto: U of Toronto P, 1992.
McClung, William A. The Country House in English Renaissance Poetry. Berkeley: U of California P, 1977.
McDonald, Russ. Shakespeare and Jonson: Jonson and Shakespeare. Hemel Hempstead: Harvester Wheatsheaf, 1988.
Miles, Rosalind. Ben Jonson: His Craft and Art. London: Routledge, 1990.
Miner, Earl. The Cavalier Mode from Jonson to Cotton. Princeton (NJ): Princeton UP, 1971.
Mora, María José, and Rafael Portillo. "'Bless Thee, Jonson, Bless Thee! Thou Art Translated': Versiones españolas de Volpone, 1929-1994." Proceedings of the XIXth International Conference of AEDEAN. Ed. Javier Pérez Guerra et al. Vigo: Departamento de Filoloxía Inglesa e Alemana da Universidade de Vigo, 1996. 419-24.*
Newton, Richard C. "'Ben / Jonson': The Poet in the Poems." In Two Renaissance Mythmakers: Christopher Marlowe and Ben Jonson. ed. Alvin B. Kernan. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP, 1977. 165-95.
_____. "'Ben./Jonson": The Poet in the Poems." Rpt. in The Critical Perspective: Volume 3: Elizabethan-Caroline. Ed. Harold Bloom. (The Chelsea House Library of Literary Criticism). New York: Chelsea House, 1986. 1512-20.*
_____. "Jonson and the (Re-)Invention of the Book." In Classic and Cavalier: Essays on Jonson and the Sons of Ben. Ed. Claude J. Summers and Ted-Larry Pebworth. Pittsburgh: U of Pittsburgh P, 1982. 31-55.
Nichols, J. G. The Poetry of Ben Jonson. New York: Barnes and Noble, 1969.
Orgel, Stephen. The Jonsonian Masque. Cambridge (MA): Harvard UP, 1965.
_____. "Jonson and the Amazons." In Soliciting Interpretation: Literary Theory and Seventeenth-Century English Poetry. Ed. Elizabeth D. Harvey and Katherine E. Maus. Chicago: U of Chicago P, 1990. 119-40.*
Orgel, Stephen, and Roy Strong. Inigo Jones: The Theatre of the Stuart Court. 2 vols. Berkeley: Sotheby Parke Bennet; London: U of California P, 1973.
Osselton, N. E. "Ben Jonson's Status as a Grammarian." Dutch Quarterly Review of Anglo-American Letters 12 (1982): 205-12.
Parfitt, George. Ben Jonson: Public Poet and Private Man. New York: Barnes and Noble, 1977.   
Patterson, Annabel. "Lyric and Society in Jonson's Under-wood." In Lyric Poetry: Beyond New Criticism. Ed. Charviva Hosek and Patricia Parker. Ithaca: Cornell UP, 1985. 148-63.
_____. "Jonson, Marvell, and Miscellaneity?" In Poems in Their Place. Ed. Neil Fraistat. Chapel Hill: U of North Carolina P, 1986. 95-118.
Pérez Fernández, José María. "Stoicism and Plain Style in Ben Jonson: An Analysis of Some of His Verse Epistles." Atlantis 18 (June-Dec.1996 [issued 1998]): 337-47.*
Peterson, Richard S. Imitation and Praise in the Poems of Ben Jonson. New Haven: Yale UP, 1981.
Pigman, G. W., III. "Suppressed Grief in Jonson's Funeral Poetry." English Literary Renaissance 13 (1983): 203-20.
Post, Jonathan F. S. "Ben Jonson and the Art of Inclusion." In Post, English Lyric Poetry: The Early Seventeenth Century. London: Routledge, 1999. 2002. 23-53.*
Purkiss, Diane. The Witch in History: Early Modern and Twentieth-Century Representations. London: Routledge, 1996. (Masque of Queens).
Riddell, James A. "The Arrangement of Ben Jonson's Epigrammes." SEL 27 (1987): 53-70.
Rivers, Isabel. The Poetry of Conservatism 1600-1745: A Study of Poets and Public Affairs from Jonson to Pope. Cambridge, 1973. (Marvell, 101-25).
Sackton, A. H. Rhetoric as Dramatic Language in Ben Jonson. New York: Octagon Books, 1967.
Salomé Machado, María. "Shakespeare's The Taming of the Shrew and Jonson's Epicoene: The Women in the Stocks." In SEDERI 9 (1998). Ed. Jesús Cora Alonso et al. Alcalá de Henares: SEDERI / U de Alcalá, 1999. 257-63.*
Sanders, Julie. Ben Jonson's Theatrical Republics. Houndmills: Macmillan, 1998.
Sanders, Julie, Kate Chedgzoy and Susan Wiseman, eds. Refashioning Ben Jonson: Gender, Politics, and the Jonsonian Canon. Basingstoke: Macmillan, 1997.
Schelling, F. E. "Ben Jonson and the Classical School." PMLA 13 (1898): 221-49. Rpt. in Schelling, Shakespeare and Demi-Science. Philadelphia, 1927.
Scodel, Joshua. The English Poetic Epitaph: Commemoration and Conflict from Jonson to Wordsworth. Ithaca: Cornell UP, 1991.
Silver, Victoria. "Totem and Taboo in the Tribe of Ben: the Duplicity of Gender and Jonson's Satires." ELH 62.4 (Winter 1995): 729-58.*
Sinfield, Alan. "Poetaster, The Author, and the Perils of Cultural Production." In Sinfield, Shakespeare, Authority, Sexuality: Unfinished Business in Cultural Materialism. London and New York: Routledge, 2006. 40-52.* (Jonson).
Slights, William W. E. Ben Jonson and the Art of Secrecy. Toronto: U of Toronto P, 1996.
Spingarn, J. E. "The Source of Jonson's Discoveries." Modern Philology 2 (1903): 1-10.
Spurr, Barry. "Varieties of Poetic Style." In Spurr, Studying Poetry. Melbourne: Macmillan Education Australia, 1997. 31-44.* (Marvell, "The Mower to the Glow-Worms"; Johnson, "The Vanity of Human Wishes", Jonson, "Slow, slow, fresh fount"; Tony Harrison, "Bookends").
_____. "The Early Seventeenth Century—The Pilgrimage to the Kingdom of Man." In Spurr, Studying Poetry. Melbourne: Macmillan Education Australia, 1997. 90-133.* (Marvell, Milton, Donne, "The Flea, "A Valediction, Forbidding Mourning." "O my Black Soul"; "Batter My heart"; Herbert, "Jordan I", "Jordan II, "Redemption", "Vertue" "The Pulley"; Crashaw, "On the Wounds of Our Crucified Lord"; Jonson "Epitaph on S. P."; Herrick, "Delight in Disorder"; Milton, Paradise Lost).
Summers, Claude J., and Ted-Larry Pebworth, eds. Classic and Cavalier: Essays on Jonson and the Sons of Ben. Pittsburgh: U of Pittsburgh P, 1982.
Summers, Joseph H. The Heirs of Donne and Jonson. London: Chatto and Windus, 1970.
Swinburne, Algernon Charles. A Study of Ben Jonson. London: Chatto & Windus.
Symonds, John Addington. Ben Jonson. Longmans, 1888.
Tillotson, Geoffrey. "Othello and The Alchemist at Oxford in 1610." In Tillotson, Essays in Criticism and Research. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1942. 41-48.*
Trimpi, Wesley. Ben Jonson's Poems: A Study in the Plain Style. Stanford (CA): Stanford UP, 1962.
_____. "Jonson and the Neo-Latin Authorities for the Plain Style." PMLA 77 (1962).
Trussler, Simon. "5. The Era of the Outdoor Playhouses 1572-1603." In Trussler, The Cambridge Illustrated History of British Theatre. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1994. pbk 2000. 70-89.* (The decline of provincial playing. London's 'theatre districts'. The first prominent playhouses. Techniques of staging. Organization and development of the major companies. Actors, repertoires, 'parts' and 'lines'. The university wits, and the triumph of blank verse. Comedies, histories, tragedies—and jigs. Playwriting as a profession: Shakespeare, Heywood, Jonson. Return of the children, and the 'war of the theatres'. Theatre at court. Death of a consummate actress. Reconstructing the theatres).
van den Berg, Sara. The Action of Ben Jonson's Poetry. Newark: U of Delaware P, 1987.
Vélez Núñez, Rafael. "Ben Jonson's 'Decorous Antimasques'." Actas del XXI Congreso AEDEAN. Ed. F. Toda et al. Sevilla: U de Sevilla, 1999. 337-40.*
_____. "The Poetical Mind in Ben Jonson's Masques." In SEDERI 9 (1998). Ed. Jesús Cora Alonso et al. Alcalá de Henares: SEDERI / U de Alcalá, 1999. 209-14.*
_____. "Ben Jonson y el género inexistente." In Proceedings of the 22nd International Conference of AEDEAN (Asociación Española de Estudios Anglonorteamericanos). Lleida, 17-19 December 1998. Ed. Pere Gallardo and Enric Llurda. Lleida: Edicions de la Universitat de Lleida, 2000. 421-24.*
Venuti, Lawrence. "Why Jonson Wrote Not of Love." Journal of Medieval and Renaissance Studies 12 (1982): 195-220.
Viau, Robert O. "Conservatism Expressed Radically: The Zeal of Jonson's and Swift's Attacks on Zeal." Journal of General Education 34 (1982): 69-83.
Wayne, Don E. "Poetry and Power in Ben Jonson's Epigrammes: The Naming of 'Facts' or the Figuring of Social Relations?" Renaissance and Modern Studies 23 (1979): 70-103.
_____. "Jonson's Sidney: Legacy and Legitimation in The Forest." In Sir Philip Sidney's Achievements. Ed. M. J. B. Allen. New York: AMS, 1990. 227-50.
_____. Penshurst: The Semiotics of Place and the Poetics of History. London, 1984; Madison: U of Wisconsin P, 1984.
Wells, Stanley. Shakespeare and Co.: Christopher Marlowe, Thomas Dekker, Ben Jonson, Thomas Middleton, John Fletcher and the Other Players in His Story. London: Penguin, 2007.
West, William N. "Public Knowledge at Private Parties: Vives, Jonson, and the Circulation of the Circle of Knowledge." Pre-Modern Encyclopaedic Texts: Proceedings of the Second COMERS Congress. Ed. Peter Binkley. E. J. Brill,199, 303-13
Williams, Weldon M. "The Influence of Ben Jonson's Catiline upon John Oldham's Satyrs upon the Jesuits." ELH 11 (1944): 38-62.
_____. [On To Penshurst.] In Williams, The Country and the City. New York: Oxford UP, 1973.
Wilson, Edmund. "Morose Ben Jonson." 1948. In Wilson, The Triple Thinkers. London: Lehmann, 1952. 203-20.
_____. "Morose Ben Jonson." From The Triple Thinkers. 1948. 213-32. Rpt. in The Critical Perspective: Volume 3: Elizabethan-Caroline. Ed. Harold Bloom. (The Chelsea House Library of Literary Criticism). New York: Chelsea House, 1986. 1498-1504.*
Wiltenburg, Robert. Ben Jonson and Self-Love: The Subtlest Maze of All. Columbia and London: U of Missouri P, 1990.
Wimsatt, W. K. "English Neo-Classicism: Jonson and Dryden." In Wimsatt and Brooks, Literary Criticism: A Short History. New York: Knopf, 1957. 174-95.*
Winner, Jack D. (On Ben Jonson). SEL 23 (1983).
Womack, Peter. Ben Jonson. Oxford: Blackwell, 1987.
Yachnin, Paul. Stage-Wrights: Shakespeare, Jonson, Middleton and the Making of Theatrical Value. (New Cultural Studies). U of Pennsylvania P, c. 1998.
Zender, Karl F. "The Unveiling of the Goddess in Cynthia's Revels." Journal of English and German Philology 77 (1978): 37-52.
Films
Volpone. Dir. Maurice Tourneur. Script by Jules Romains, based on Ben Jonson's work. Cast: Harry Baur, Louis Jouvet, Fernand Ledoux, Marion Dorian, France: Ile de France Films, 1941.*
Online at YouTube (elise paris)
2012
Volpone. By Ben Jonson. Greenwich Theatre production, dir, Elizabeth Freestone, Cast: Richard Bremmer (Volpone), Mark Hadfield (Mosca), Conrad Westmaas (Nano/Avvocato), Harvey Virdi (Androgyno/Avvocato), Edmund Kinglsey (Castrone/Peregrine/Avvocato), Maxwell Hutcheon (Corbaccio), Tim Steed (Corvino), James Wallace (Sir Politic Would-Be), Aislin McGuckin (Celia), Peter Bankole (Bonario/Corvino's Servant), Brigid Zengeni (Lady Would Be). Prod. Film dir. Chris Cowey. DVD. London: Stage on Screen, 2010.*
Internet resources
"Ben Jonson (1572-1637)." Luminarium.*
2011
Journals
The Ben Jonson Journal. Annual. Vol. 1 (1996).
Ed. Richard Harp and Stanley Stewart.
Department of English , UNLV,
Box 4555069, 4505 Maryland Parkway,
Las Vegas, NV 89154-5069.
E-mail: harplh@nevada.edu
Literature
Carew, Thomas. "To Ben Jonson." Poem. c. 1631, pub. 1640. In The Norton Anthology of English Literature. Ed. M. H. Abrams, Stephen Greenblatt, et al. New York: Norton, 1999. 1659-60.*
Cleveland, John. Elegy on Ben Jonson.
Dekker, Thomas. Satiromastix or the Untrussing of the Humorous Poet. Drama. Acted 1602. (vs. Ben Jonson).
Ionsonus Virbivs: or, The Memorie of Ben: Johnson Revived By The Friends of The Muses. London: Henry Seile, 1638. (Elegies).
Oldham, John. "Upon the Works of Ben Jonson." Ode.
Music
Johnson, Robert. "Have You Seen the Bright Lily Grow." From Ben Jonson, The Devil Is an Ass, 1616. In Songs from the Labyrinth: Music by John Dowland: Performed by Sting and Edin Karamazov. CD. Hamburg: UMG-Deutsche Grammophon, 2006.*
Strauss, Richard. Die schweigsame Frau. Comic opera in three acts. Libretto by Stefan Zweig, based on Ben Jonson's play The Silent Woman. 1935.
_____. Die schweigsame Frau. Hans Hötter. Georgine von Milinkovic, Hermann Prey, Fritz Wunderlich, Hilde Güden, Pierette Alarie, Hetty Plümacher, Josef Knapp, Karl Dönch, Alois Pernerstorfer. Chor der Wiener Staatsoper. Wiener Philharmoniker / Karl Böhm. (Salzburger Festspiele 1959: Festspielhaus 6. August). 2 CDs. (Festspiel Dokumente; rec. ORF).  Hamburg: Deutsche Grammophon, 1994.* (Libretto in German and English).
Video
Sherman, Ted. "Jonson, Herbert, Herrick, Marvell Lecture 1." YouTube (Ted Sherman) 7 May 2013.*
2013
 
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