2 edition of Press-variants in John Marston"s Sophonisba (1606) found in the catalog.
Press-variants in John Marston"s Sophonisba (1606)
Reprinted from Studies in Humanities, no. 19.
|Contributions||Marston, John, 1575?-1634.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||p. (41)-46 ;|
|Number of Pages||46|
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Originally published inthis volume includes the full text of James Marston's The Wonder of Women, alongside critical and textual usly to this volume, Sophonisba had appeared in print five times, once independently and four times in collections of Marston's plays; the first edition is a quarto printed in by John : William Kemp.
Sophonisba has appeared in print five Press-variants in John Marstons Sophonisba book, once independently and four times in collections of Marston’s plays. The first edition is a quarto printed in by John Windet; the second edition is in an octavo containing six plays by Marston printed for William Sheares in The Works of John Marston A.
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The Scourge of Villainy () Complete - Google Books [To Detraction]. John Marston (baptised 7 October – 25 June ) was an English poet, playwright and satirist during the late Elizabethan and early Jacobean periods. His career as a writer lasted a decade, and his work is remembered for its energetic and often obscure style, its contributions to the development of a distinctively Jacobean style in poetry, and its idiosyncratic vocabulary.
Marston entered Brasenose College, Oxford in and earned his BA in The Wonder of Women - Or The Tragedy of Sophonisba - Read book online Read online: John Marston was born to John and Maria Marston née Guarsi, and baptised on October 7th, at Wardington, Oxfordshire.
This edition brings five of Marston's most interesting plays together in a readable and helpful form. They are collected with modern spelling, full commentaries, textual notes and introductions, in texts newly edited from the original quartos. A survey of criticism of Marston is included.
The edition of Sophonisba (a play highly praised by T. Eliot) is the first modernised text to appear in. Marston, John. The tragedie of Sophonisba Written by Iohn Marston National Library of Scotland Available electronically as part of Early English books online Microfilm.
Ann Arbor, Mich.: UMI, 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm. (Early English books, ; ). The book also features an original-spelling edition, the first of its kind, of an untitled seventeenth-century drama in manuscript called, in this edition, Arcadia Restored.
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Librivox Free Audiobook. Full text of "The works of John Marston" See other formats. The Works of John Marston; The Dutch Courtezan. the Fawn. the Wonder of Women, Or, the Tragedy of Sophonisba. What You Will [Marston, John] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
The Works of John Marston; The Dutch Courtezan. the Fawn. the Wonder of Women, Or, the Tragedy of Sophonisba. What You Will. John Marston - a selective bibliography. Marston's best-known works are The Malcontent and Antonio and Mellida, best described as satirical tragicomedies, but his work runs from city comedy such as The Dutch Courtesan to classical tragedy such as Sophonisba, a play almost operatic in its innovative use of n's Satires are, perhaps, something of an acquired taste.
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Marston, born at Coventry, was educated at Oxford. In later life he gave up writing for the stage, took orders, and was incumbent of Christchurch, Hants, In appeared The History of Antonio and Mellida, and its sequel, Antonio's Revenge, ridiculed by Ben Jonson.
In repayment. Originally published inthis volume includes the full text of James Marston's The Wonder of Women, alongside critical and textual notes.
Previously to this volume, Sophonisba had appeared in print five times, once independently and four times in collections of Marston's plays; the first edition is a quarto printed in by John Windet.
InWilliam Sheares the publisher issued, in 1 vol. 8vo, The Workes of Mr. John Marston, being Tragedies and Comedies collected into one volume containing the two parts of Antonio and Mellida, Sophonisba, What You Will, The Fawn, and The Dutch Courtezan.
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He has also published several editions of Elizabethan/Jacobean plays and books on the reconstruction of Elizabethan playhouses and has directed a number of productions of plays of the period. John Marston (?) began to write satirical verse and plays for the new professional children's companies, playing at private indoor s: 3.
John Marston, Stoic?: Sophonisba and the Early Modern Stoic Ideal. translated Silius Italicus's epic poem Punica into English and added a continuation in three books dedicated to the king. In Roman literature, Erichtho (from Ancient Greek: Ἐριχθώ) is a legendary Thessalian witch who appears in several literary works.
She is noted for her horrifying appearance and her impious ways. Her first major role was in the Roman poet Lucan's epic Pharsalia, which details Caesar's Civil the work, Pompey the Great's son, Sextus Pompeius, seeks her, hoping that she will be able.
Caputi, Anthony. John Marston, Satirist. Reprint. New York: Octagon Books, By treating Marston primarily as a satirist, Caputi’s book demonstrates the unity of thought between Marston.Synopsis John Marston is one of the most most misunderstood playwrights of the Elizabethan/Jacobean period.
This edition brings together Marston's five major plays in one volume. "Antonio and Mellida", printed inis a revenge story in which a father and son are exiled from their dukedom Reviews: 3. The Works of John Marston. Volume 2 Contents: The Dutch courtezan -- The fawn -- The wonder of women; or, The tragedy of Sophonisba -- What you will.
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