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Marston, rivalry, rapprochement, and Jonson

Charles Cathcart

Marston, rivalry, rapprochement, and Jonson

by Charles Cathcart

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Published by Ashgate in Aldershot, Hants, England, Burlington, VT .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Marston, John, -- 1575?-1634 -- Criticism and interpretation,
  • Marston, John, -- 1575?-1634 -- Contemporaries,
  • Jonson, Ben, -- 1573?-1637 -- Criticism and interpretation,
  • Jonson, Ben, -- 1573?-1637 -- Contemporaries,
  • Literary quarrels -- England -- History -- 17th century,
  • English drama -- 17th century -- History and criticism

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. ) and index.

    Statementby Charles Cathcart.
    SeriesStudies in performance and early modern drama
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPR2697 .C38 2007
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17850453M
    ISBN 109780754656364
    LC Control Number2007005526

      The book's purely literary sections can feel exhaustive rather than incisive. Despite a gesture towards the historicisms of the s and '90s, the sphere of reference tilts decidedly backward; recent feminist and psychoanalytic criticism of Petrarchan and Ovidian influences, for instance, barely features, though both areas are profoundly. Marston, Rivalry, Rapprochement, and Jonson (). by Mr Charles Cathcart. The Lascivious Queen, The Insatiate Countess and What You Will with the King's Revels means that a theory of Marston's involvement in a play staged by the company and of unknown authorship has a certain initial a similar.

    With chapters on a wide range of familiar and lesser-known dramatists, including Thomas Kyd, Christopher Marlowe, Ben Jonson, John Webster, Thomas Middleton and John Ford, this book devotes particular attention to their personal and professional relationships, occupational rivalries . The Family of Love is an early Jacobean stage play, first published in The play is a satire on the Familia Caritatis or "Family of Love," the religious sect founded by Henry Nicholis in the 16th century.. The play's date is uncertain; it is most commonly assigned to –7. The play was entered into the Stationers' Register on 12 Oct, , as a play acted by the King's Revels Children.

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Marston, rivalry, rapprochement, and Jonson by Charles Cathcart Download PDF EPUB FB2

The virtue of Marston, Rivalry, Rapprochement, and Jonson lies in the scrupulous adjudication of various kinds of evidence bearing on the attribution of authorship in the case of the texts Cathcart treats, including The Family of Love, The Insatiate Countess, and the "Vatum Chorus" verses published in Love's Martyr.

Significant and unexplored signs of John Marston's literary rivalry with Ben Jonson are investigated here by Charles Cathcart. The centrepiece of the Marston is its argument that the anonymous play The Family of Love, sometimes attributed to Thomas Middleton and sometimes to Lording Barry, was in part the work of John Marston, and that it constitutes a whimsical statement of amity with : Taylor And Francis.

Significant and unexplored signs of John Marston's Marston rivalry with Ben Jonson are investigated here by Charles Cathcart. The centrepiece of the book is its argument that the anonymous play The Family of Love, sometimes attributed to Thomas Middleton and sometimes to Lording Barry, was in part the work of John Marston, and that it.

Get this from a library. Marston, rivalry, rapprochement, and Jonson. [Charles Cathcart] -- "Significant and unexplored signs of John Marston's literary rivalry with Ben Jonson are investigated here by Charles Cathcart.

The centrepiece of the book is its argument that the anonymous play The. Significant and unexplored signs of John Marston's literary rivalry with Ben Jonson are investigated here by Charles Cathcart.

The centrepiece of the book is its argument that the anonymous play The Family of Love, sometimes attributed to Thomas. Significant and unexplored signs of John Marston's literary rivalry with Ben Jonson are investigated here by Charles Cathcart.

The centrepiece of the book is Marston argument that the anonymous play The Family of Love, sometimes attributed to Marston Middleton and sometimes to Lording Barry, was in part rivalry work of John Marston, and that it constitutes a whimsical statement of amity with : Taylor And Francis.

Get this from a library. Marston, rivalry, rapprochement, and Jonson. [Charles Cathcart] and Jonson book Investigated in this study are significant and unexplored signs of John Marston's literary rivalry with Ben Jonson.

The centrepiece of the book is its argument that the anonymous play The Family of. BOOK REVIEWS Marston, Rivalry, Rapprochement, and Jonson.

By Charles Cathcart. Ashgate, ISBN £ THIS STUDY is an adjunct to a considerable body of recent work on the War of the Theatres. It does not seek to disturb radically the narrative of rivalry between Marston and Jonson as shown in studies such as Cyrus Hoy’s work on Satiromastix and the.

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Salusbury was a poet and patron of literature. Several works were dedicated to him. In Henry Perry dedicated his book of Welsh grammar Egluryn Ffraethineb to s Passions () a collection of verse by Robert Parry, was also dedicated to most important work linked to Salusbury is Robert Chester's book Love's Martyr, which is dedicated to Sir ality: Welsh (Kingdom of England).

This book examines the influence of John Marston, typically seen as a minor figure among early modern dramatists, on his colleague Ben Jonson.

While Marston is usually famed more for his very public rivalry with Jonson than for the quality of his plays, this book argues that such a view of MarstonBrand: Palgrave Macmillan UK. His book, Marston, Rivalry, Rapprochement, and Jonson, is due to be published by Ashgate during Melissa Hudler teaches composition and literature at Lamar University in Beaumont, Texas.

Her specialization is Renaissance literature, with a primary research interest in the function of dance as a form of rhetoric in court masques and. His book Marston, Rivalry, Rapprochement, and Jonson was published by Ashgate in Donald Revell is Professor of English at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.

He is the author of eleven collections of poetry, most recently of The Bitter Withy (Alice James Books, ). He is also a translator of the poems of Guillaume Apollinaire and. Marston, Rivalry, Rapprochement, and Jonson Investigated in this study are significant and unexplored signs of John Marston's literary rivalry with Ben Jonson.

The centrepiece of the book is its argument that the anonymous play The Family of Love, sometimes attributed to. -mastix is a suffix derived from Ancient Greek, and used quite frequently in English literature of the 17th century, to denote a strong opponent or hater of whatever the suffix was attached became common after Thomas Dekker's play Satiromastix of The word μάστιξ (mastix) translates as whip or scourge.A well-known example is the book Histriomastix by William Prynne.

Marston, Rivalry, Rapprochement, and Jonson. BRADY, JENNIFER // Renaissance Quarterly;Winter, Vol. 61 Issue 4, p The article reviews the book "Marston, Rivalry, Rapprochement, and Jonson," by Charles Cathcart, from the Studies in Performance and Early Modern Drama series.

The Malcontent and the Hamlet Aftermath. The geography of the book is as old as the history of the book, though far less thoroughly explored. Yet research has increasingly pointed to the spatial dimensions of book history, to the transformation of texts as they are made and moved from place to place, from authors to readers and.

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.

Among these were Jonson himself, John Marston, George Chapman and William Shakespeare, who contributed The Phoenix and the Turtle.[7] These poems share the imagery of Love's Martyr and Sausbury's typical elusive and complex allegorising.

Ben Jonson in the Romantic Age. Shakespeare's additions to Thomas Kyd's The Spanish tragedy; a fresh look at the evidence regarding the additions. Marston, Rivalry, Rapprochement, and Jonson.Baskervill, for example, notes how much Asper recalls not just Juvenal’s satiric spokesmen but also those of Middleton, Hall, Nashe, and particularly Marston, in English Elements pp.

–7, as well as pointing out how much Jonson’s satiric portraits of courtiers, braggarts and other fools in his early comedies recall similar characters in the various verse : Rebecca Yearling. Imagining Marston, or, If Shakespeare is the Beatles, Marston is the Kinks By Matthew Steggle.

As Horace, Lucilius, Iuuenall, An important contribution in this area is Charles Cathcart’s book Marston, Rivalry, Rapprochement, and Jonson (Aldershot: Ashgate.