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The Complete Poems

by Ben Jonson

  • ISBN: 9780140422771
  • ISBN10: 0140422773

The Complete Poems

by Ben Jonson

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  • Binding: Paperback
  • Publisher: Penguin USA
  • Publish date: 09/01/1988
  • ISBN: 9780140422771
  • ISBN10: 0140422773
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Description: The Complete PoemsPreface Table of Dates Further Reading Epigrams Dedication I. To the Reader II. To My Book III. To My Bookseller IV. To King James V. On the Union VI. To Alchemists VII. On the New Hot-House VIII. On a Robbery IX. To All, to Whom I Write X. To My Lord Ignorant XI. On Something, that Walks Somewhere XII. On Lieutenant Shift XIII. To Doctor Empiric XIV. To William Camden XV. On Court-Worm XVI. To Brain-Hardy XVII. To the Learned Critic XVIII. To My Mere English Censurer XIX. On Sir Cod the Perfumed XX. To the Same Sir Cod XXI. On Reformed Gamester XXII. On My First Daughter XXIII. To John Donne XXIV. To the Parliament XXV. On Sir Voluptuous Beast XXVI. On the Same Beast XXVII. On Sir John Roe XXVIII. On Don Surly XXIX. To Sir Annual Tilter XXX. To Person Guilty XXXI. On Bank the Usurer XXXII. On Sir John Roe XXXIII. To the Same XXXIV. Of Death XXXV. To King James XXXVI. To the Ghost of Martial XXXVII. On Cheveril the Lawyer XXXVIII. To Person Guilty XXXIX. On Old Colt XL. On Margaret Ratcliffe XLI. On Gypsy XLII. On Giles and Joan XLIII. To Robert, Earl of Salisbury XLIV. On Chuff, Banks the Usurer''s Kinsman XLV. On My First Son XLVI. To Sir Luckless Woo-All XLVII. To the Same XLVIII. On Mongrel Esquire XLVIX. To Playwright L. To Sir Cod LI. To King James LII. To Censorious Courtling LIII. To Old-End Gatherer LIV. On Cheveril LV. To Francis Beaumont LVI. On Poet-Ape LVII. On Bawds and Usurers LVIII. To Groom Idiot LIX. On Spies LX. To William, Lord Mounteagle LXI. To Fool, or Knave LXII. To Fine Lady Would-Be LXIII. To Robert, Earl of Salisbury LXIV. To the Same LXV. To My Muse LXVI. To Sir Henry Cary LXVII. To Thomas, Earl of Suffolk LXVIII. On Playwright LXIX. To Pertinax Cob LXX. To William Roe LXXI. On Court-Parrot LXXII. To Courtling LXXIII. To Fine Grand LXXIV. To Thomas, Lord Chancellor LXXV. On Lip the Teacher LXXVI. On Lucy, Countess of Bedford LXXVII. To One that Desired Me Not to Name Him LXXVIII. To Hornet LXXIX. To Elizabeth, Countess of Rutland LXXX. Of Life and Death LXXXI. To Prowl the Plagiary LXXXII. On Cashiered Capt[ain] Surly LXXXIII. To a Friend LXXXIV. To Lucy, Countess of Bedford LXXXV. To Sir Henry Goodyere LXXXVI. To the Same LXXXVII. On Captain Hazard the Cheater LXXXVIII. On English Monsieur LXXXIX. To Edward Alleyn XC. On Mill, My Lady''s Woman XCI. To Sir Horace Vere XCII. The New Cry XCIII. To Sir John Radcliffe XCIV. To Lucy, Countess of Bedford, with Mr. Donne''s Satires XCV. To Sir Henry Savile XCVI. To John Donne XCVII. On the New Motion XCVIII. To Sir Thomas Roe XCIX. To the Same C. On Playwright CI. Inviting a Friend to Supper CII. To William, Earl of Pembroke CIII. To Mary, Lady Wroth CIV. To Susan, Countess of Montgomery CV. To Mary, Lady Wroth CVI. To Sir Edward Herbert CVII. To Captain Hungry CVIII. To True Soldiers CIX. To Sir Henry Nevil CX. To Clement Edmonds CXI. To the Same CXII. To a Weak Gamester in Poetry CXIII. To Sir Thomas Overbury CXIV. To Mrs. Philip Sidney CXV. On the Town''s Honest Man CXVI. To Sir William Jephson CXVII. On Groin CXVIII. On Gut CXIX. To Sir Ra[l]ph Shelton CXX. Epitaph on S. P., a Child of Q[ueen] E[lizabeth''s] Chapel CXXI. To Benjamin Rudyerd CXXII. To the Same CXXIII. To the Same CXXIV. Epitaph on Elizabeth, L. H. CXXV. To Sir William Uvedale CXXVI. To His Lady, then Mrs. Cary CXXVII. To Esme, Lord Aubigny CXXVIII. To William Roe CXXIX. To Mime CXXX. To Alphonso Ferrabosco, on His Book CXXXI. To the Same CXXXII. To Mr. Joshua Sylvester CXXXIII. On the Famous Voyage The Forest I. Why I Write not of Love II. To Penshurst III. To Sir Robert Wroth IV. To the World V. Song. To Celia VI. To the Same VII. Song. That Women are but Men''s Shadows VIII. To Sickness IX. Song. To Celia X. "And must I sing? What subject shall I choose?" XI. Epode XII. Epistle to Elizabeth, Countess of Rutland XIII. Epistle. To Katherine, Lady Aubigny XIV. Ode. To Sir William Sidney, on His Birthday XV. To Heaven Underwoods To the Reader I. Poems of Devotion 1. The Sinner''s Sacrifice 2. A Hymn to God the Father 3. A Hymn on the Nativity of My Saviour II. A Celebration of Charis in Ten Lyric Pieces 1. His Excuse for Loving 2. How He Saw Her 3. What He Suffered 4. Her Triumph 5. Her Discourse with Cupid 6. Claiming a Second Kiss by Desert 7. Begging Another, on Colour of Mending the Former 8. Urging Her of a Promise 9. Her Man Described by Her Own Dictamen 10. Another Lady''s Exception Present at the Hearing III. The Musical Strife; in a Pastoral Dialogue IV. "Oh do not wanton with those eyes" V. In the Person of Womankind VI. Another. In Defence of Their Inconstancy. A Song VII. A Nymph''s Passion VIII. The Hour-Glass IX. My Picture Left in Scotland X. Against Jealousy XI. The Dream XII. An Epitaph on Master Vincent Corbet XIII. An Epistle to Sir Edward Sackville, now Earl of Dorset XIV. An Epistle to Master John Selden XV. An Epistle to a Friend, to Persuade Him to the Wars XVI. An Epitaph on Master Philip Gray XVII. Epistle to a Friend XVIII. An Elegy ("Can beauty that did prompt me first to write") XIX. An Elegy ("By those bright eyes, at whose immortal fires") XX. A Satirical Shrub XXI. A Little Shrub Growing By XXII. An Elegy ("Though beauty be the mark of praise") XXIII. An Ode. To Himself XXIV. The Mind of the Frontispiece to a Book XXV. An Ode to James, Earl of Desmond XXVI. An Ode ("High-spirited friend") XXVII. An Ode ("Helen, did Homer never see") XXVIII. A Sonnet, to the Noble Lady, the Lady Mary Wroth XXIX. A Fit of Rhyme against Rhyme XXX. An Epigram on William, Lord Burl[eigh] XXXI. An Epigram. To Thomas Lo[rd] Ellesmere XXXII. Another to Hiim XXXIII. An Epigram to the Councillor that Pleaded and Carried the Cause XXXIV. An Epigram. To the Small-Pox XXXV. An Epitaph XXXVI. A Song ("Come, let us here enjoy the shade") XXXVII. An Epistle to a Friend XXXVIII. An Elegy ("''Tis true, I''m broke! Vows, oaths, and all I had") (XXXIX. An Elegy) XL. An Elegy ("That love''s a bitter sweet, I ne''er conceive") XLI. An Elegy ("Since you must go, and I must bid farewell") XLII. An Elegy ("Let me be what I am, as Virgil cold") XLIII. An Execration upon Vulcan XLIV. A Speech according to Horace XLV. An Epistle to Master Arth[ur] Squib XLVI. An Epigram on Sir Edward Coke XLVII. An Epistle Answering to One that Asked to be Sealed of the Tribe of Ben XLVIII. The Dedication of the King''s New Cellar. To Bacchus XLIX. An Epigram on the Court Pucell L. An Epigram. To the Honoured -, Countess of - LI. Lord Bacon''s Birthday LII. (A Poem Sent Me by Sir William Burlase) LIII. An Epigram. To William, Earl of Newcastle LIV. Epistle to Mr. Arthur Squib LV. To Mr. John Burges LVI. Epistle. To My Lady Covell LVII. To Master John Burges LVIII. Epigram to My Bookseller LIX. An Epigram. To William, Earl of Newcastle LX. An Epitaph, on Henry L[ord] La-ware. To the Passer-By LXI. An Epigram ("That you have seen the pride, beheld the sport") LXII. An Epigram. To K[ing] Charles LXIII. To K[ing] Charles and Q[ueen] Mary LXIV. An Epigram. To our Great and Good K[ing] Charles LXV. An Epigram on the Prince''s Birth LXVI. An Epigram to the Queen, then Lying in. LXVII. An Ode, or Song, by All the Muses LXVIII. An Epigram. To the Household. 1630 LXIX. An Epigram. To a Friend and Son LXX. To the Immortal Memory and Friendship of that Noble Pair, Sir Lucius Cary and Sir H. Morison LXXI. To the Right Honourable, the Lord High Treasurer of England LXXII. To the King. On His Birthday LXXIII. On the Right Honourable and Virtuous Lord Weston LXXIV. To the Right Hon[oura]ble Hierome, L[ord] Weston LXXV. Epithalamion: or, a Song LXXVI. The Humble Petition of Poor Ben to the Best of Monarchs, Masters, Men, King Charles LXXVII. To the Right Honourable, the Lord Treasurer of England. An Epigram LXXVIII. An Epigram to My Muse, the Lady Digby, on Her Husband, Sir Kenelm Digby LXXIX. A New Year''s Gift Sung to King Charles. 1635 LXXX. "Fair friend, ''tis true, your beauties move" LXXXI. On the King''s Birthday LXXXII. To My L[ord] the King, on the Christening His Second Son James LXXXIII. An Elegy on the Lady Jane Pawlet, Marchion[ess] of Winton LXXXIV. Eupheme The dedication of her cradle The song of her descent The picture of the body Her mind Her being chosen a muse Her fair offices Her happy match Her hopeful issue Her apotheosis, or relation to the saints Her inscription, or crown LXXXV. The Prai
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