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Poëtaster (Jonson)

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Vide etiam paginam fere homonymam: Poëtaster

Poëtaster est ludus scaenicus satyricus a Beniamino Jonson Anglice scriptus, anno 1601 doctus, anno 1602 editus. Hoc opere Jonson "Poetomachiam" seu bellum scaenarum gerit scriptoresque aemulos Ioannem Marston et Thomam Dekker illudit.[1] Appellatione Neolatina "poëtaster", ab Erasmo invento, Beniaminus Jonson (qui primus scriptorum Anglicorum adhibitus est)[2] hic Ioannem Marston cognominat.

Res mythistorice a Jonson in fabula evocatae sunt amores Ovidii et Iuliae, Cena Dodecatheos seu duodecim deorum (re vera ab Augusto data, sed hic ab Ovidio), necnon exsilium huius poëtae Tomis ad litora Ponti Euxini.

Editiones[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • 1905 : Herbert S. Mallory, ed., Poetaster, by Ben Jonson. Novi Eboraci: Holt (Textus apud Google Books)
  • 1995 : Tom Cain, ed., Ben Jonson: Poetaster. Mancunii: Manchester University Press. ISBN 0-7190-1549-9

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. James Loxley, The Complete Critical Guide to Ben Jonson. Londinii: Routledge, 2002.
  2. Jonson, Cynthia's Revels actus 2 scaena 4.

Nexus externi[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Textus apud The Holloway Pages (Anglice)
Poëtaster : Index personarum
Beniaminus Jonson
Verba quae insequuntur vicificanda sunt ut rationibus qualitatis et Latinitatis propositis obtemperent. Quaesumus emenda.

AUGUSTUS CÆSAR.

MECOENAS.
MARC. OVID.
COR. GALLUS.
PROPERTIUS.
FUS. ARISTUS.
PUB. OVID.
VIRGIL.
HORACE.
TREBATIUS.
LUPUS.
TUCCA.
CRISPINUS.
HERMOGENES.
DE. FANNIUS.
ALBIUS..
MINOS.
HISTRIO.
PYRGUS.
LICTORS.
JULIA.
CYTHERIS.
PLAUTIA.
CHLOE.
MAIDS.
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

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