Epicoene (Jonson)

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Epicœne, or The Silent Woman ("Epicoena, sive mulier tacita") est ludus scaenicus a Beniamino Jonson anno 1609 doctus, anno 1616 divulgatus.

Editiones[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Henry, Aurelia, editor. Epicoene, or the Silent Woman. Yale Studies in English. New York: Henry Holt, 1906.
  • Jonson, Ben. Epicoene, or the Silent Woman. L. A. Beaurline, editor. Regents Renaissance Drama. Lincoln, Neb.: University of Nebraska Press, 1966.

Nexus externi[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Textus apud The Holloway Pages

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

Epicoene : Index personarum
Beniaminus Jonson
Beniaminus Jonson

Verba quae insequuntur vicificanda sunt ut rationibus qualitatis et Latinitatis propositis obtemperent. Quaesumus ut paginam emendes.

M O R O S E, a Gentleman that loves not noise.

D A U P. EU G E N E, a Knight, his Nephew.

C L E R I M O N T, a Gent. his Friend.

T R U E - W I T, Another Friend.

EPICœNE, A young Gent. suppos'd the Sil. Wom.

J O H. D A W, A Knight, her Servant.

A M A R O U S L A - F O O L, A Knight also.

T H O M. O T T E R, A Land and Sea-Captain.

C U T B E R D, a Barber.

M U T E, One of M O R O S E his Servants.

M A D. H A U G H T Y,

M A D. C E N T A U R E,

M A D. M A V I S, Ladies Collegiate.

Mrs. M A V I S, the Lady HAUGHTIES Woman.

Mrs. O T T E R, the Captains Wife.


P A R S O N.

P A G E S.

S E R V A N T S.

Opera Beniamini Ionsonii
Titulus editionis in folio anno 1616 divulgatae
Titulus editionis in folio anno 1616 divulgatae

Ludi scaenici: A Tale of a Tub  · The Case is Altered  · Every Man in His Humour  · Every Man out of His Humour  · Cynthia's Revels  · Poëtaster  · Sejanus's Fall  · Eastward Ho  · Volpone  · Epicoene  · The Alchemist  · Catiline's Conspiracy  · Bartholomew Fair  · The Devil is an Ass  · The Staple of News  · The New Inn  · The Magnetic Lady  · The Sad Shepherd  · Mortimer's Fall
Ludi personati: The Coronation Triumph  · The Penates  · The Satyr  · The Masque of Blackness  · Hymenaei  · The Hours  · The Masque of Beauty  · The Masque of Queens  · The Hue and Cry after Cupid  · The Entertainment at Britain's Burse  · The Lady of the Lake  · Oberon  · Love Freed from Ignorance and Folly  · Love Restored  · A Challenge at Tilt  · The Irish Masque at Court  · Mercury Vindicated from the Alchemists  · The Golden Age Restored  · Christmas's Masque  · The Vision of Delight  · Lovers Made Men  · Pleasure Reconciled to Virtue  · News from the New World Discovered in the Moon  · The Newcastle Entertainment  · Pan's Anniversary  · The Gypsies Metamorphosed  · The Masque of Augurs  · Time Vindicated to Himself and to his Honours  · Neptune's Triumph  · The Masque of Owls  · The Fortunate Isles and Their Union  · Love's Triumph Through Callipolis  · Chloridia  · The King's Entertainment at Welbeck  · Love's Welcome at Bolsover
Carminum collectanea: Epigrams  · The Forest  · To Penshurst  · A Discourse of Love  · The Execration against Vulcan  · Underwoods  · On My First Sonne  · To Celia
Singula poëmata selecta: "Doing, a filthy pleasure is, and short"  · "To the memory of my beloved, the author, Mr. William Shakespeare"
Versiones: Argenis  · Horace's Art of Poetry
Alia opera: English Grammar  · Timber

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