Every Man in His Humour (Revels Plays)

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Every Man in His Humour (Revels Plays)

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  • 製本 Paperback:紙装版/ペーパーバック版/ページ数 302 p.
  • 言語 ENG,ENG
  • 商品コード 9780719078262
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基本説明

New in paperback. Hardcover was published in 2000.

Full Description


This edition breaks with the usual practice by presenting the 1601 quarto version of Ben Jonson's play, set in Florence, instead of the revised 1616 version, set in London. Robert S. Miola presents a meticulously edited and modernised version of the play as originally acted by the Lord Chamberlain's Men (with Shakespeare in the cast) in 1598. Miola explores the relevance of the Italian setting, particularly the potent, variegated, and fascinating body of myth and legend that constituted Italy for English audiences in 1598. The editor also illuminates the dramatic context of the play, while paying detailed attention to the social, political, and religious contexts. -- .

Table of Contents

General Editors' Preface                           ix
Preface xi
Abbreviations xiii
Introduction 1 (1)
Date, and place in Jonson's career 1 (7)
Every Man in His Humour, 1598 8 (23)
Intertextualities 31 (5)
The text in print 36 (5)
The text on stage 41 (10)
Other critical issues 51 (186)
Every Man in his Humour 79 (158)
Longer Notes 237 (6)
Appendix 1 Longer folio additions and revisions 243 (17)
Appendix 2 Press corrections 260 (1)
Index 261 (4)
List of Tables xvii
List of Figures xxiii
Map: Central Europe in 1910, with seven xxiv
East Elbian provinces outlined in white
Introduction 1 (36)
The Setting 1 (3)
Who Owned the Land? How do we Know? 4 (2)
Address Books of Landed Properties as 6 (14)
Sources for Scholars
The Pioneer: Johannes Conrad 6 (3)
Conrad's Students and Followers 9 (1)
Recent Work in the Conradian Tradition: 10 (10)
Hess, Nabert, Buchsteiner, Schiller
Farm Statistics are not Property 20 (17)
Statistics
Incomparabilities in the Data of the 23 (4)
Agricultural Censuses
Owning, Renting, and Ownership 27 (3)
Statistics
Can Census Data Serve as a Proxy for 30 (1)
Property Data?
Adjustment of the 1882 Census Data 30 (7)
Data Considerations 37 (17)
Preview 37 (1)
Principal Sources and Uses of Ownership 37 (4)
Data
Correcting and Adjusting the Data 41 (13)
Internal Consistency of the Data 41 (2)
Problems with Individual Properties 43 (1)
General 43 (1)
The Principality of Pless 44 (2)
Incomplete Coverage of the Data 46 (2)
Adjusting for the Anomalies in 48 (1)
Reporting State-Owned Properties
Introduction 48 (1)
Adjustments to State and Crown 48 (6)
Properties for Pomerania, Brandenburg,
and East Prussia
The Geographical and Size Distribution of 54 (32)
Large Landed Properties
Preview 54 (1)
Introduction 55 (1)
The Land Endowment of the Eastern 55 (4)
Provinces
The Regional Distribution of Large 59 (8)
Properties
The Size of Large Properties 67 (19)
Distribution by Total Area of Properties 67 (2)
Distribution by Total Area Owned 69 (4)
Distribution by Tax Value 73 (3)
Logarithmic Distributions 76 (2)
Summary 78 (5)
Distribution in the Provinces 83 (3)
Ownership of Land by Rank or Class of Owner 86 (37)
Preview 86 (1)
Introduction 87 (4)
Ownership by Rank and Type of Owner 91 (28)
Royalty 93 (5)
The Nobility 98 (1)
Princes and Dukes 98 (4)
Counts and Countesses 102 (1)
Barons and Baronesses 103 (3)
Untitled Nobility 106 (2)
Summary 108 (1)
Non-Noble Persons (`Bourgeoisie') 109 (2)
Another Look at Rank: Military Officers 111 (5)
The Prussian State 116 (1)
Non-Physical Juridical Persons (Other 117 (2)
than the Prussian State)
Summary 119 (4)
The Biggest Landowners 123 (29)
Preview 123 (1)
Introduction: Conrad's Twenty Largest 124 (5)
Landowners
The Top Fifty Landowners by Total Area 129 (17)
and Total Tax Value
The Super Elite: The Top Ten Landowners 146 (6)
Knight's Estates: A Special Class of 152 (23)
Property
Preview 152 (1)
Introduction 153 (2)
Numbers and Area of Knight's Estates in 155 (3)
East Elbia
General Considerations 155 (2)
Coverage and Inclusion 157 (1)
East and West Prussia, 1834-1884/5 158 (5)
Ownership Changes in All Seven Provinces 163 (2)
after c. 1882
Who Owned How Much? 165 (8)
Was there Specialization in Ownership? 167 (1)
Grouping Properties by their Land-Use 168 (2)
Profile
Did Different Classes of Owners 170 (3)
Specialize in What Types of Properties
They Owned and Where?
Why did Knight's Estates Appear to 173 (1)
Command a Premium over Other Large
Properties in the Market?
Summary of Examination of Knight's Estates 173 (2)
Industry on the Land 175 (35)
Preview 175 (1)
Introduction 176 (9)
The Data 177 (1)
Summary of Distribution of Industrial 178 (2)
Establishments
Numbers of Certain Industrial 180 (2)
Establishments from Tax Data
Industrial Establishments according to 182 (3)
the Industrial Censuses
Industrial Establishments on the Larger 185 (15)
Estates
Share of Census-Listed Industrial 187 (1)
Establishments on Large Estates
Distribution by Province and Size 188 (2)
Category over Time
Who Owned the Properties with 190 (3)
Industrial Establishments on Them?
Owners with Twelve or more Industrial 193 (7)
Establishments on their Land
Factors Influencing the Location of 200 (7)
Rural-Based Industrial Enterprises
Summary and Conclusions 207 (3)
Classifying Land by its Use 210 (26)
Preview 210 (1)
Introduction: The Distribution of Land 211 (11)
Quality and Value
Classifying Properties by Land-Use 222 (14)
Profiles
Calculating Land-Use Profiles 224 (1)
Cluster Analysis and the Number of 225 (4)
Properties
Cluster Analysis and the Area and Tax 229 (1)
Value of Properties
Regional Concentration of Properties by 230 (2)
Land-Use Profiles
Was there Specialization in Ownership 232 (4)
of Large Properties?
Concluding Remarks 236 (14)
The Book Started with a Sermon 236 (1)
What has this Study Shown? 236 (6)
Was the Land Tax Biased to Favour Big 242 (7)
Holdings?
Auf Wiedersehen 249 (1)
Appendix. Coding the Handbook Data 250 (8)
A.1 Location Coding 250 (1)
A.2 Owner Codes 250 (4)
A.2.1 Physical Persons 251 (1)
A.2.2 Non-Physical Legal Persons 252 (2)
A.3 Other Codes 254 (4)
A.3.1 Additional Characteristics of 254 (2)
Owner or Property
A.3.2 Reference Variables and Fields 256 (2)
List of Works Cited 258 (7)
1. Archival Sources and Prussian Laws 258 (1)
2. Official Government Publications 258 (1)
3. Directories of Landowners and Landed 259 (1)
Properties
4. Articles, Book Chapters, Lectures, 260 (5)
Monographs, Reference Works
Index 265