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Harvard University Press, 1954 - 353 páginas

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS INTRODUCTION CRITICAL COMMENTS page
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The mind of the Frontispiece to
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To the Reader II To my Booke III To my Bookeseller
7
To King James v On the Union
8
To Alchymists VII On the New Hothouse VIII On a Robbery IX To All to Whom I Write
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To my lord Ignorant xi On something that walkes somewhere XII On Lieutenant Shift
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To Doctor Empirick XIV To William Camden
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On Courtworme XVI To BrayneHardie
12
An Epistle to Sir Edward Sacvile Now Earle of Dorset
131
An Epistle to Master John Selden
135
An Epistle to a Friend to perswade him to the Warres
138
An Epitaph on Master Philip Gray
144
An Elegie
145
An Elegie
146
A Satyricall Shrub
147
A Little Shrub growing by
148

To the learned Critick XVIII To my meere English Censurer
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On Sir Cod the perfumed xx To the same Sir Cod xxi On reformed Gamster XXII On my first Daughter
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To John Donne XXIV To the Parliament
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On Sir Voluptuous Beast xxvi On the same Beast XXVII On Sir John
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On Don Surly
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To Person Guiltie xxxı On Banck the Usurer XXXII On Sir John
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To the Same XXXIV Of Death Xxxv To King James
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To the Ghost of Martial XXXVII On Chevrill the Lawyer xxxvIII To Person Guiltie
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On Old Colt XL On Margaret Ratcliffe XLI On Gypsee
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On Giles and Jone XLIII To Robert Earle of Salisburie
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On Chuffe Bancks the Usurers Kinsman XLV On my first Sonne
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To Sir Lucklesse Wooall XLVII To the same XLVIII On Mungril Esquire XLIX To Playwright
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To Sir Cod LI To King James
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To Censorious Courtling LIII To Oldend Gatherer LIV On Chevril
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To Francis Beaumont Lvi On PoetApe
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On Baudes and Usurers LVIII To Groome Ideot LIX On Spies
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To William Lord Mounteagle LXI To Foole or Knave LXI To Fine Lady Wouldbee
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To Robert Earle of Salisburie LXIV To the same
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page
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To Sir Henrie Cary LXVII To Thomas Earle of Suffolke
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On Playwright LXIX To Pertinax Cob LXX To William
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On CourtParrat LXXII To Courtling LXXIII To Fine Grand
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To Thomas Lord Chancelor
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On Lippe the Teacher Lxxvi On Lucy Countesse of Bedford
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To one that desired me not to name him LXXVIII To Hornet LXXIX To Elizabeth Countesse of Rutland
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Of Life and Death LXXXI To Proule the Plagiary LXXXi1 On Cashierd Capt Surly
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To a Friend LXXXIV To Lucy Countesse of Bedford LXXXV To Sir Henry Goodyere
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To the same LXXXVII On Captaine Hazard the Cheater
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On English Mounsieur LXXXIX To Edward Allen
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On Mill my Ladies Woman
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To Sir Horace Vere xcii The new Crie
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To Sir John Radcliffe xciv To Lucy Countesse of Bedford with Mr Donnes Satyres
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To Sir Henrie Savile
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To John Donne
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On the new Motion XCVIII To Sir Thomas
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To the same
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Inviting a friend to supper
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To William Earle of Pembroke
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cu To Mary Lady Wroth civ To Susan Countesse of Montgomery CV To Mary Lady Wroth
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To Sir Edward Herbert CVII To Captayne Hungry
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To true Souldiers
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To Sir Henry Nevil cx To Clement Edmonds on his Cæsars Commentaries
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To the same On the same
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To a weake Gamster in Poetry CXIII To Sir Thomas Overbury
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To Mrs Philip Sydney cxv On the Townes honest
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To Sir William Jephson
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On Groyne CXVIII On
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cxıx To Sir Raph Shelton cxx Epitaph on S
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To Benjamin Rudyerd CXXII To the same CXXIII To the same
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Epitaph on Elizabeth L
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To Sir William Uvedale cxxvi To his Lady then Mrs Cary cxxvi To Esme LordAubigny
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To William
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To Mime cxxx To Alphonso Ferrabosco on his Booke
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To the same
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To Mr Josuah Sylvester CXXXIII On the famous Voyage
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The Voyage it selfe
70
Song That Women are but Mens
86
Epistle to Elizabeth Countesse
93
Ode To Sir William Sydney on
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POEMS OF DEVOTION
109
His discourse with Cupid page
116
Desert
117
Begging another on colour of mending the former
118
Urging her of a promise
119
Her man described by her owne Dictamen
120
ent at the hearing
122
A Song
123
In the person of Woman kind
124
stancie
125
A Nymphs Passion
126
The Houreglasse
127
Against Jealousie
128
The Dreame
129
An Ode To himselfe
150
An Ode to James Earle of Desmond
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An Ode
154
An Ode
155
A Sonnet To the Lady Mary Wroth
156
A Fit of Rime against Rime
157
Elsmere For a poore Man
160
An Epigram to the Councelloûr that pleaded and carried the Cause
161
An Epigram To the small Poxe
162
An Epitaph
163
An Epistle to a Friend
164
An Elegie
165
An Elegie
169
An Elegie
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An Elegie
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An Elegie
174
xlu An Execration upon Vulcan
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A speach according to Horace
183
Squib
186
An Epigram on Sir Edward Coke when he was Lord Chiefe Justice of England
187
An Epistle answering to one that asked to be Sealed of the Tribe of Ben
188
The Dedication of the Kings New Cellar To Bacchus
190
An Epigram on the Court Pucell
192
An Epigram To the Honourd
193
Lord Bacons Birthday
195
My Answer The Poet to the Painter
196
An Epigram To William Earle of Newcastle
197
To Mr John Burges
198
Epistle To My Lady Covell
199
To Master John Burges
200
Epigram to my Bookseller lix An Epigram To William Earle of Newcastle
201
An Epitaph on Henry L Laware To the Passerby
202
An Epigram
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An Epigram To K Charles for a 100
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An Epigram To K Charles On his Anniversary Day 1629
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An Epigram on the Princes birth 1630
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An Ode or Song by all the Muses In celebration of her Majesties birth day 1630
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An Epigram to the Household 1630
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To Sir Lucius Cary and Sir H Morison
210
To the Lord High Treasurer of England An Epistle Mendicant
215
To the King On his Birthday
216
Gratulatorie
217
To the L Weston An Ode LXXV Epithalamion Celebrating the Nup tials of Mr Hierome Weston
219
King Charles
226
England
227
An Epigram To my Muse the Lady Digby on Sir Kenelme Digby
228
A NewyearesGift sung to King Charles 1635
229
Faire Friend tis true your beauties move
231
On the Kings Birthday
233
To the King on the Christning His second Sonne James
234
EUPHEME OR THE FAIRE FAME LEFT TO POSTERITIE
237
The Dedication of her Cradle
238
The Song of her Descent
239
The Picture of the Body
240
The Mind
241
To Kenelme John George
244
Elegie on my Muse
245
The Praises of a Countrie Life Hor Ep II
251
To Venus Hor Ode IV 1
254
Dialogue of Horace and Lydia Ode III 9
255
A Fragment from Petronius trans lated
256
To Thomas Palmer From The Sprite page
259
To the Author Thomas Wright
269
Satyres Catch From Oberon
276
To my trulybelovd Freind
280
Song From Neptunes Triumph
287
On the Honord Poems of
296
To Mrs Alice Sutcliffe on her Divine
309
LXIV
316
Song From The Sad Shepherd page
320
INDEX OF FIRST LINES
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Born in 1572, Ben Jonson rejected his father's bricklaying trade and ran away from his apprenticeship to join the army. He returned to England in 1592, working as an actor and playwright. In 1598, he was tried for murder after killing another actor in a duel, and was briefly imprisoned. One of his first plays, Every Man Out of His Humor (1599) had fellow playwright William Shakespeare as a cast member. His success grew with such works as Volpone (1605) and The Alchemist (1610) and he was popular at court, frequently writing the Christmas masque. He is considered a very fine Elizabethan poet. In some anti-Stratfordian circles he is proposed as the true author of Shakespeare's plays, though this view is not widely accepted. Jonson was appointed London historian in 1628, but that same year, his life took a downward turn. He suffered a paralyzing stroke and lost favor at court after an argument with architect Inigo Jones and the death of King James I. Ben Jonson died on August 6, 1637.

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