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by Lesley Mickel

eBook Ben Jonson's Antimasques: A History of Growth and Decline ePub
Author: Lesley Mickel
Language: English
ISBN: 1840142723
ISBN13: 978-1840142723
Publisher: Ashgate Pub Ltd; First Edition edition (March 1, 1999)
Pages: 207
Category: History & Criticism
Subcategory: Literature
Rating: 4.4
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Paying particular attention to the antimasque, Lesley Mickel discusses in detail those court entertainments . 2. ‘Free from servile flattery’: Panegyric and the Formation of the Antimasque. 3. Arthur and Augustus: masque and the historical myth.

Paying particular attention to the antimasque, Lesley Mickel discusses in detail those court entertainments which contributed significantly to the genre’s evolution and development. Her approach is innovative in that she examines these court entertainments in relation to Jonson’s poetry and dramatic works. 4. Present Occasions and Removed Mysteries: the Topicality of the Antimasque. 5. Jonson’s Consuming Satire and the Carnivalesque Antimasque. 6. Heavenly Love and the Collapse of the Court Masque.

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Paying particular attention to the antimasque, Lesley Mickel discusses in detail those court entertainments which contributed . Under the patronage of James I and then Charles I, Ben Jonson wrote no less than 28 court masques.

Paying particular attention to the antimasque, Lesley Mickel discusses in detail those court entertainments which contributed significantly to the genre's evolution and development. Her approach is innovative in that she examines these works in relation to Jonson's poetry and dramatic works. Paying particular attention to the antimasque, Lesley Mickel discusses in detail those court entertainments which contributed significantly to the genre's evolution and development.

Ben Jonson's Antimasques. First published in 1999, this volume examines how under the patronage of James I and then Charles I, Ben Jonson wrote no less than 28 court masques. Paying particular attention to the antimasque, Lesley Mickel discusses in detail those court entertainments which contributed significantly to the genre’s evolution and development.

Ben Jonson's Antimasques: A History of Growth and Decline, (Aldershot: Ashgate, 1999) more.

This paper explores how Henry VIII of England and Francois I of France exploited the theatrical aspects of chivalric sports and diplomatic entente to promote their personal and national interests more. Ben Jonson's Antimasques: A History of Growth and Decline, (Aldershot: Ashgate, 1999) more.

Ben Jonson's Antimasques: A History of Growth and Decline

Ben Jonson's Antimasques: A History of Growth and Decline. Sixteenth Cent J J Early Mod Stud. We are one mans all': Jonson's 'The Gipsies Metamorphosed'. Ultimately, a "civil gentleman of the nation" (211, . 27), who is accompanied by an Irish Bard, silences the footmen and drives them from the stage, "Hold your tongues!.

Ben Jonson's antimasques. a history of growth and decline. Includes bibliographical references (p. -204) and index.

Ben Jonsons Antimasques: A History of Growth and Decline. Re-presenting Ben Jonson: Text, History, Performance. Basingstoke: Macmillan. The Illusion of Power: Political Theatre in the English Renaissance. Berkeley: University of California Press. Introduction, Ben Jonson: The Complete Masques. Erickson, Peter and Clark, Hulse. Early Modern Visual Culture: Representation, Race, and Empire in Renaissance England. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press. Reconceiving the Renaissance: A Critical Reader.

Ben Jonson's Antimasques: A History of Growth and Decline. Aldershot: Ashgate, 1999. 95 Hb. Hugh Craig (a1). University of Newcastle, New South Wales. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 26 June 2003.

Ben Jonson’s Antimasques: a History of Growth and Decline. Partial Answers: Journal of Literature and the History of Ideas 2, 2 (June 2004): 27–50. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Aldershot, UK and Brookfield, VT: Ashgate, 1999. Glorious Spangs and Rich Embroidery: Costume in The Masque of Blackness and Hymenaei. Palmer, Barbara D. Court and Country: the Masque as Sociopolitical Subtext.

Under the patronage of James I and then Charles I, Ben Jonson wrote no less than 28 court masques. Paying particular attention to the antimasque, Lesley Mickel discusses in detail those court entertainments which contributed significantly to the genre's evolution and development. Her approach is innovative in that she examines these works in relation to Jonson's poetry and dramatic works. This reveals some idea of the way in which Jonson perceived the relationship between satire and panegyric, as well as highlighting the related, if oppositional, views of state power which he expresses in the Roman plays and in the masques. This study combines formalist and historicist methodologies to reflect Mickel's view of the antimasques as determined both by their author's poetic and political aims, and by the conditions of their production. She concludes that the antimasques did not completely undermine the assertions of the masque, but rather that they engaged in a dialogue to probe the function of government and how it might be improved.
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