- Author:Peter Happé
- Publisher:Manchester University Press; 1 edition (May 1, 2009)
- Pages:256 pages
- Subcategory:History & Criticism
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The Magnetic Lady book . The introduction places the play in the context of Jonson's later dramatic and poetic works and discusses the political context of the Caroline court. A performance history of the play and fresh material relating to its seventeenth-century reception are also provided.
The Magnetic Lady, or Humors Reconciled is a Caroline-era stage play, the final comedy of Ben Jonson. It was licensed for performance by Sir Henry Herbert, the Master of the Revels, on 12 October 1632, and first published in 1641, in Volume II of the second folio collection of Jonson's works. The play was premiered by the King's Men at the Blackfriars Theatre; it was not an overt failure like The New Inn, but does not appear to have been a great success either.
Ben Jonson was an experienced man of the world - a playwright, poet and soldier, who had fought in several campaigns in. .The most performed of Ben Jonson’s plays are: Every Man in His Humour,Volpone,The Alchemist and Bartholomew Fair
Ben Jonson was an experienced man of the world - a playwright, poet and soldier, who had fought in several campaigns in Europe. The most performed of Ben Jonson’s plays are: Every Man in His Humour,Volpone,The Alchemist and Bartholomew Fair.
The Magnetic Lady (Hardcover). Published November 18th 2000 by Manchester University Press. Hardcover, 240 pages. Author(s): Ben Jonson. ISBN: 0719048893 (ISBN13: 9780719048890).
Categories: Nonfiction. Volpone And Other Plays.
Lady Loadstone, the magnetic lady. near the close, or shutting up of his circle, hath fancied to himself, in idea, this magnetic mistress. Mistress Polish, her gossip and she-parasite. Mistress Placentia, her niece. A lady, a brave bountiful housekeeper, and a virtuous widow: who having a young niece, ripe for a man and marriageable, he makes that his center.
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Excellent Revels text now back in print at the new . 9 price. Professor Anthony Parr has a proven track record with the Three Jacobean Travel Plays (now in paperback at 1. 9). The complete canon of Ben Jonson is being brought back into print in the Revels.