The Importance of Setting in the Revision of "Every Man in his Humour"
When Ben Jonson prepared Every Man in his Humour for inclusion in the 1616 Folio he changed the setting of the play in ways that have too long gone ignored. By removing the play from Florence and putting virtually the same action in the place most familiar to his audience, Jonson is able to use... Full description
|1st Person:||COHEN, RALPH ALAN|
in English literary renaissance : a tri-quarterly publication of texts, studies, and bibliographies of the intellectual context and literary achievement of Tudor and early Stuart England Vol. 8, No. 2 (1978), p. 183-196
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