Poetomachia between Ben Jonson and the poetasters, 1599-1601.
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Poetomachia between Ben Jonson and the poetasters, 1599-1601. by Ernest Canfield Van Keuren Download PDF EPUB FB2
The modern literature on the Poetomachia dates from the late nineteenth century and works like F. Fleay's Chronicle of the English Drama (London, ), J. Penniman's War of the Theatres (Boston, ), and R. Small's Ben Jonson and the Poetasters ( R.A. Small, The Stage-Quarrel between Ben Jonson and the so- called Poetasters (Breslau: M.
& H. Marcus, ). For recent accounts, see Ben Jonson, Poetaster, ed. Tom Cain (Manchester: Revels, ) Introduction; Matthew Steggle, Wars of the Theatres: The Poetics of Personation in the Age of Jonson, (Victoria, BC: English Literary Studies.
(20) This chronology was first outlined by Roscoe Addison Small in The Stage-Quarrel Between Ben Jonson and the So-Called Poetasters (Breslau: Marcus, ). (21) The Selected Plays of John Marston, ed. MacDonald P. Jackson and Michael Neill (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press), xiv.
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