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by Charles Cathcart

Author: Charles Cathcart
Subcategory: History & Criticism
Language: English
Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (May 28, 2008)
Pages: 198 pages
Category: Fiction and Literature
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Start by marking Marston, Rivalry, Rapprochement, and Jonson: 0 (Studies in Performance and Early Modern Drama) as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. 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 constitutes a whimsical statement of Significant and unexplored signs of John Marston's literary rivalry with Ben Jonson are investigated here by 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 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 Jonson.

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series Studies in Performance and Early Modern Drama. Books related to Marston, Rivalry, Rapprochement, and Jonson. The book concerns itself with material rarely or never viewed as part of the "Poets' War" (such as the mutual attempted cuckoldings of The Insatiate Countess and the Middle Temple performance of Twelfth Night) rather than with texts (like Satiromastix and Poetaster) long considered in this light.

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Marston, Rivalry, Rapprochement, and Jonson. In: Digital Literary Studies: Corpus Approaches to Poetry, Prose and Drama. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2008. Chambers, E. K. William Shakespeare: A Study of Facts and Problems. Ed. Hoover, David . Culpeper, Jonathan, and O'Halloran, Kieran. What Is Not Collaborative about Early Modern Drama in Performance and Print?’ Shakespeare Survey 67 (2014): 18–28. Ehrenfest, Paul, and Ehrenfest, Tatiana.

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

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 Marston seriously underestimates his importance to the theatre of his time. In it, the author contends that Marston's plays represent an experiment in a new kind of satiric drama, with origins in the humanist tradition of serio ludere. 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 Marston.

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 Middleton and sometimes to Lording Barry, was in part the work of John Marston, and that it constitutes a whimsical statement of amity with Jonson. The book concerns itself with material rarely or never viewed as part of the "Poets' War" (such as the mutual attempted cuckoldings of The Insatiate Countess and the Middle Temple performance of Twelfth Night) rather than with texts (like Satiromastix and Poetaster) long considered in this light.