Ben Jonson:  Additional Sources

Biography - Encyclopedia Britannica
Biography - Matt Steggle, Literary Encyclopedia
Biography - Theatre Database
Biography - The Columbia Encyclopedia
Biography -
Biography - Britain Express
Biography - UVictoria


The Cambridge History of English and American Literature
in 18 Volumes (1907–21).

Ben Jonson - Ashley H. Thorndike

Marston's quarrel with Jonson: Assaults and Counter-assaults - W. Macneile Dixon
End of the quarrel - W. Macneile Dixon
Massinger's literary models: Shakespeare, Fletcher, Jonson - Emil Koeppel
General characteristics of the Jacobean and
Caroline Drama: the central position of Jonson
- Rev. Ronald Bayne
The Pupils of Jonson: Nathaniel Field - Rev. Ronald Bayne
Field’s debt to Jonson - Rev. Ronald Bayne
Masque and Pastoral - Rev. Ronald Bayne
Ben Jonson’s Masques - Rev. Ronald Bayne
Rapid increase of dramatic elements in Jonson’s Masques - Rev. Ronald Bayne
Jonson’s later work in this field - Rev. Ronald Bayne
Ben Jonson’s The Sad Shepherd - Rev. Ronald Bayne
Ben Jonson’s Timber - Harold V. Routh
Jacobean and Caroline Criticism. Ben Jonson - J. E. Spingarn
Jonson’s literary“portraits” - J. E. Spingarn
Cavalier Lyrists. Influence of Jonson. - F. W. Moorman
Miscellaneous Metric: Jonson and Others - George Saintsbury
Perceptive Prosody: Jonson and Dryden - George Saintsbury

Title-page of "Eastward Ho" (1605) - Columbia University
Title-page of The Workes of Beniamin Jonson, 1616. [114k]
Title-page of Jonson's Workes, 1640 - University of Sydney
Jonson miniature - Folger Library
Jonson's Signature - Folger Library
Engraving of Jonson from the 1692 Workes - Holloway Pages
Portrait of Jonson - Britannica
Jonson portrait - SAC LitWeb
The Grave of Ben Jonson
The Robert Vaughan portrait of Ben Jonson with an epithet by Dryden [91k]
Title-page of Every Man Out of His Humour, 1600. [54k]
Beardsley's illustration for Volpone,1898. [36k]
Pages from "Every Man Out of his Humour" (1616) - Columbia University
Actor List from "Sejanus, his Fall" - Columbia University
Title-page of Tragedies and Comedies (1633) [33k]
Inigo Jones: House of Fame Set Drawing [51k]
Oberon's Palace from "The Masque of Oberon"
Oberon's Palace from "The Masque of Oberon" (image 2) [231k]
Inigo Jones: Oberon from "The Masque of Oberon" [69k]
Satyrs and Fays from "The Masque of Oberon" [164k]
Inigo Jones: Female masquer [203k]
Inigo Jones: Male masquer [138k]
Inigo Jones Costume Plate from "Masque of Queens" [96k]
Inigo Jones: Daughter of Niger from "Masque of Blackness" (1605) [91k]

On Volpone
Study Questions forVolpone - Prof. Philip Mitchell
Study guide to Volpone - Prof. Theresa M. DiPasquale
Notes on Volpone - Prof. Arnie Sanders
Monstrous Characters in Volpone - Dr. Desmet, UGA
Discussion of Monsters in Volpone - English 434/ Dr. Desmet, UGA
Venice in Volpone - Jason

List of Jonson's Works - David Lewis
The Ben Jonson Journal
Study guide to Masque of Blacknesse - Theresa M. DiPasquale
Money Jonson - Jennifer W. Spirko
SAC LitWeb Jonson Page - Roger Blackwell Bailey
The Ben Jonson page - Matt Steggle
Oberon: Ben Jonson and Inigo Jones - UVictoria
Indigo "To Penshurst" - Prof. Clare Kinney
The Alchemy of Human Relations in Ben Jonson's The Alchemist - Dr. Desmet, UGA
The Alchemy of Human Relations in Ben Jonson's The Alchemist (PartII) - Dr. Desmet, UGA
On Jonson and Bacon - Martin Pares
On the presentation of The Masque of Beauty
Information on the Vaughan portrait
Herrick's poems on Ben Jonson
Carew's To Ben Jonson Upon Occasion of His Ode of Defiance
Frank's Creative Quotations from Ben Jonson
The Ben Jonson Journal
First Volume of "The Ben Jonson Journal" Published
A Digital Catalogue of Watermarks and Type Ornaments Used by WilliamStansby
in the Printing of THE WORKES OF BENIAMIN JONSON (London, 1616)

A Student's Bibliography for Jonson - Southwest Texas Community College

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