Poems of Ben Jonson

Poems of Ben Jonson

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Taylor & Francis Ltd

07/2021

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9781138904712

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Contents Note by the General Editors Introduction Acknowledgements List of Illustrations Chronological Table of Jonson's Life Abbreviations THE POEMS POEMS 1597-1616 1 Song from The Case is Altered 2 From Thomas Palmer, The Sprite of Trees and Herbs 3 Prologus, Poem, Songs and Epilogus from Cynthia's Revels 4 From Nicholas Breton, Melancholic Humours. In Authorem 5 An Epistle to a Friend 6 From England's Parnassus: Murder. Peace. Riches 7 [On Thomas Nashe] 8 From Love's Martyr. The Phoenix Analysed. Ode 9 Prologue, Songs and Poems from Poetaster 10 Ode 'If men and times were now' 11 A Speech out of Lucan 12 From Hugh Holland, Pancharis. Ode 13 B. J. HIS PANEGYRE on the happy entrance of James our sovereign to his first high session of Parliament 14 From Thomas Wright, The Passions of the Mind in General. To the Author 15 Prologue from Every Man in His Humour 16 Songs from The Masque of Blackness 17 Songs and Epithalamion from Hymenaei 18 Prologue, Songs and Epilogue from Volpone 19 Song from An Entertainment at Theobalds 20 Songs from The Entertainment for the Merchant Taylors Company 21 Songs from The Masque of Beauty 22 Song and Epithalanion from The Haddington Masque 23 Charms and Songs from The Masque of Queens 24 Song from The Entertainment at Britain's Burse 25 Epitaph on Cecilia Bulstrode 26 From John Fletcher, The Faithful Shepherdess. To the Worthy Author, Master John Fletcher 27 Prologues and Song from Epicene 28 Songs from Oberon, The Fairy Prince 29 Songs from Love Freed from Ignorance and Folly 30 From Coryate's Crudities. Certain Opening and Drawing Distichs The CHARACTER of the Famous Odcombian To the Right Noble Tom Tell-Truth of His Travails 31 From Coryate's Crambe. Certain Verses Written Upon Coryate's Crudities 32 Songs from Love Restored 33 From Thomas Farnaby's Juvenal 34 From Thomas Farnaby's Persius 35 From Thomas Farnaby's Seneca 36 A Speech presented unto King James at a Tilting 37 From John Stephens, Cynthia's Revenge. To His Much and Worthily Esteemed Friend the Author 38 To the Most Noble, and Above His Titles, Robert, Earl of Somerset 39 Songs from The Irish Masque at Court 40 From Christopher Brooke, The Ghost of Richard the Third. To His Friend the Author Upon His Richard 41 From The Husband. To the Worthy Author on The Husband 42 Prologue, Songs and Epilogue from Bartholomew Fair 43 Song from Mercury Vindicated 44 Martial. [Epigram 10.47] 45 Songs from The Golden Age Restored 46 From William Browne, Britannia's Pastorals. To my Truly-Beloved Friend, Master Browne On His Pastorals EPIGRAMS. TO THE GREAT EXAMPLE OF HONOUR AND VIRTUE THE MOST NOBLE WILLIAM, EARL OF PEMBROKE 1. To the Reader 2 To My Book 3 To My Bookseller 4 To King James 5 On the Union 6 To Alchemists 7 On the New Hot-House 8 On a Robbery 9 To All to Whom I Write 10 To My Lord Ignorant 11 On Something that Walks Somewhere 12 On Lieutenant Shift 13 To Doctor Empiric 14 To William Camden 15 On Court-Worm 16 To Brain-Hardy 17 To the Learned Critic 18 To My Mere English Censurer 19 On Sir Cod the Perfumed 20 To the Same Sir Cod 21 On Reformed Gamester 22 On My First Daughter 23 To John Donne 24 To the Parliament 25 On Sir Voluptuous Beast 26 On the Same Beast 27 On Sir John Roe 28 On Don Surly 29 To Sir Annual Tilter 30 To Person Guilty 31 On Bank the Usurer 32 On Sir John Roe 33 To the Same 34 Of Death 35 To King James 36 To the Ghost of Martial 37 On Cheverel the Lawyer 38 To Person Guilty 39 On Old Colt 40 On Margaret Ratcliffe 41 On Gypsy 42 On Giles and Joan 43 To Robert, Earl of Salisbury 44 On Chuff, Banks the Usurer's Kinsman 45 On My First Son 46 To Sir Luckless Woo-All 47 To the Same 48 On Mongrel Esquire 49 To Playwright 50 To Sir Cod 51 To King James, Upon the Happy False Rumour of his Death 52 To Censorious Courtling 53 To Old-End Gatherer 54 On Cheverel 55 To Francis Beaumont 56 On Poet-Ape 57 On Bawds and Usurers 58 To Groom Idiot 59 On Spies 60 To William, Lord Monteagle 61 To Fool, or Knave 62 To Fine Lady Would-Be 63 To Robert, Earl of Salisbury 64 To the Same, Upon the Accession of the Treasurership to Him 65 To My Muse 66 To Sir Henry Cary 67 To Thomas, Earl of Suffolk 68 On Playwright 69 To Pertinax Cob 70 To William Roe 71 On Court-Parrot 72 To Courtling 73 To Fine Grand 74 To Thomas, Lord Chancellor Egerton 75 On Lip the Teacher 76 On Lucy, Countess of Bedford 77 To One That Desired Me Not to Name Him 78 To Hornet 79 To Elizabeth, Countess of Rutland 80 Of Life and Death 81 To Prowl the Plagiary 82 On Cashiered Captain Surly 83 To a Friend 84 To Lucy, Countess of Bedford 85 To Sir Henry Goodyere 86 To the Same 87 On Captain Hazard the Cheater 88 On English Monsieur 89 To Edward Alleyn 90 On Mill, My Lady's Woman 91 To Sir Horace Vere 92 The New Cry 93 To Sir John Radcliffe 94 To Lucy, Countess of Bedford, With Master Donne's Satires 95 To Sir Henry Savile 96 To John Donne 97 On the New Motion 98 To Sir Thomas Roe 99 To the Same 100 On Playwright 101 Inviting a Friend to Supper 102 To William, Earl of Pembroke 103 To Mary, Lady Wroth 104 To Susan, Countess of Montgomery 105 To Mary, Lady Wroth 106 To Sir Edward Herbert 107 To Captain Hungry 108 To True Soldiers 109 To Sir Henry Neville 110 To Clement Edmondes, On his Caesar's Commentaries 111 To the Same, on the Same 112 To a Weak Gamester in Poetry 113 To Sir Thomas Overbury 114 To Mistress Philip Sidney 115 On the Town's Honest Man 116 To Sir William Jephson 117 On Groin 118 On Gut 119To Sir Rafe Shelton 120 Epitaph on S. P. a child of Q. Elizabeth's Chapel 121 To Benjamin Rudyerd 122 To the Same 123 To the Same 124 Epitaph on Elizabeth, L.H. 125 To Sir William Uvedale 126 To his lady, then Mistress Cary 127 To Esme, Lord Aubigny 128 To William Roe 129 To Mime 130 To Alfonso Ferrabosco, on his Book 131 To the Same 132 To Master Joshua Sylvester 133 On the Famous Voyage THE FOREST 1 Why I Write Not of Love 2 To Penshurst 3 To Sir Robert Wroth 4 To the World: A Farewell for a Gentlewoman, virtuous and noble 5 Song To Celia 6 To the Same 7 Song That Women are but Men's Shadows 8 To Sickness 9 Song To Celia 10(a) Proludium 10 'And must I sing?' 11 Epode 12 Epistle To Elizabeth, Countess of Rutland 13 Epistle To Katherine, Lady Aubigny 14 Ode to Sir William Sidney, on his Birthday 15 To Heaven POEMS 1616-1636 47 Songs from Christmas His Masque 48 Songs from The Vision of Delight 49 Songs from Pleasure Reconciled to Virtue 50 From George Chapman, The Georgics of Hesiod. To My Worthy and Honoured Friend Master George Chapman 51.1 To Master Ben Jonson in his Journey By Master Craven. 51.2 This Was Master Ben Jonson's Answer of the Sudden 52.1 A Grace by Ben Jonson Extempore Before King James 52.2 A Form of a Grace 52.3 Ben Jonson's Grace before King James 53 Charles Cavendish to His Posterity 54 Leges Convivales Quod felix, faustumque in Apolline sit 55 Verses Over the Door at the Entrance into the Apollo 56 Songs from Pan's Anniversary, or The Shepherd's Holy-day 57 Songs from A Masque of the Metamorphosed Gypsies 58 Ballad from The Masque of Augurs 59 From James Mabbe, The Rogue. On the Author, Work, and Translator 60 From Mr William Shakespeare's Comedies, Histories, and Tragedies. To the Reader 61 From Mr William Shakespeare's Comedies, Histories, and Tragedies. To the Memory of My Beloved, The Author Master William Shakespeare And What He Hath Left Us 62 Song from Neptune's Triumph 63 To the Memory of That Most Honoured Lady Jane, Eldest Daughter to Cuthbert, Lord Ogle, and Countess of Shrewsbury 64 Prologues and Epilogue from The Staple of News 65 From Lucan's Pharsalia. To My Chosen Friend ... Thomas May, Esquire 66 From Michael Drayton, The Battle of Agincourt. The Vision of Ben Jonson on the Muses of his Friend Michael Drayton 67 [Song. Death and Love Paralleled] 68 Prologue, Song and Epilogues from The New Inn 69 Ode to Himself 70 Epitaph on Katherine, Lady Ogle 71 From Sir John Beaumont, Bosworth Field. On the Honoured Poems of His Honoured Friend, Sir John Beaumont, Baronet 72 From Edward Filmer, French Court Airs. To My Worthy Friend, Master Edward Filmer, On His Work Published 73 Euclia's Hymn. From Love's Triumph Through Callipolis 74 Song from Chloridia 75 An Expostulation with Inigo Jones 76 To Inigo, Marquis Would-Be: A Corollary 77 To A Friend: An Epigram of Him 78.1 Epigram. To my kind friend Mr Ben: Johnson upon his epigram to the Lord Treasurer 78.2 To My Detractor 79 From The Northern Lass. To My Old Faithful Servant ... The Author of this Work, Master Richard Brome 80.1 Mr Gil to Mr Ben: Johnson upon the occasion of his Magnetic Lady 80.2 [An Answer to Alexander Gil] 81 [A Song of Welcome to King Charles] 82 [A Song of the Moon] 83 Songs from The King's Entertainment at Welbeck 84 From Alice Sutcliffe, Meditations of Man's Mortality. To Mistress Alice Sutcliffe, on Her Divine Meditations 85 From Joseph Rutter, The Shepherd's Holiday. To My Dear Son and Right Learned Friend, Master Joseph Rutter 86 From Annalia Dubrensia. An Epigram to My Jovial Good Friend Master Robert Dover THE UNDERWOOD TO THE READER 1.1 The Sinner's Sacrifice to the Holy Trinity 1.2 A Hymn to God the Father 1.3 A Hymn on the Nativity of My Saviour 2 A Celebration of Charis in Ten Lyric Pieces 2.1 His Excuse for Loving 2.2 How He Saw Her 2.3 What He Suffered 2.4 Her Triumph 2.5 His Discourse with Cupid 2.6 Claiming a Second Kiss by Desert 2.7 Begging Another, on Colour of Mending the Former 2.8 Urging Her of a Promise 2.9 Her Man Described by Her Own Dictamen 2.10 Another Lady's Exception, Present at the Hearing 3 The Musical Strife, in a Pastoral Dialogue 4 A Song 5 In the Person of Womankind: A Song Apologetic 6 Another: In Defence of their Inconstancy: A Song 7 A Nymph's Passion 8 The Hourglass 9 My Picture Left in Scotland 10 Against Jealousy 11 The Dream 12
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