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Bartholomew Fair

Autor Jonson, Ben
Testimonios
  • BARTHOLOMEW FAYRE: A COMEDIE. [Bartholomew Fair]. Jonson, Ben. London. Allott, Robert. 1631. 2º. “This collection was issued again in 1640 with a general title page and with volume 3 of Jonson's Works (STC 14754 and STC 14754a)” Farmer and Lessser (5097)..
  • The works of Ben Jonson. Jonson, Ben. London. Herringman, Henry; Brewster, Eward; Bassett, Thomas; Chiswell, Richard; Wotton, Matthew; Conyers, George. 1692. 2º.
Ediciones modernas
  • Bevington, David; Donaldson, Ian; Butler, Martin, ed. The Cambridge Edition of the Works of Ben Jonson. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2012. (7 vols).
  • Creaser, John, ed. Bartholomew Fair. In: The Cambridge Edition of the Works of Ben Jonson. Vol. 4. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2012, pp. 253–428
  • Bevington, David; Engle, Lars; Eisaman Maus, Katharine; Rasmussen, Eric, ed. English Renaissance Drama: A Norton Anthology. London and New York: W.W. Norton, 2002.
  • Gossett, Suzanne, ed. Bartholomew Fair. Manchester; New York: Manchester University Press, 2000, pp. 195. Revels student eds.
  • Kinney, Arthur F, ed. Renaissance Drama: An Anthology of Plays and Entertainments. Malden: Blackwell, 1999.
  • Campbell, Gordon, ed. The Alchemist and Other Plays. Jonson, Ben. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1998. Oxford English Drama.
  • Counsell, Colin, ed. Bartholomew Fair. London: Hern, 1997, pp. 140. Drama classics, 32.
  • Trussler, Simon, ed. Bartholomew Fair. London: Methuen, 1986, pp. 154. Methuen student eds.
  • Hibbard, G. R., ed. Bartholomew Fair. Jonson, Ben. London: A & C Black, 1977. New Mermaids.
  • Fraser, Russell A.; Rabkin, Norman, ed. Drama of the English Renaissance II: The Stuart Period. New York: Macmillan Publishing Co. Inc., 1976.
  • Duncan, Douglas, ed. Bartholomew Fair. Edinburgh: Oliver & Boyd, 1972, pp. 159. The Fountainwell drama texts.
  • Jamieson, Michael, ed. Three Comedies: Volpone, The Alchemist, Bartholomew Fair. Harmondsworth: Penguin Books, 1966, pp. 489. Penguin English Library.
  • Ornstein, Robert; Spencer, Hazelton, ed. Elizabethan and Jacobean Comedy: An Anthology. Boston: Heath, 1964.
  • Hussey, Maurice, ed. Bartholomew Fair. London: E. Benn, 1964, pp. 137. New Mermaids Series.
  • Partridge, Edward B., ed. Bartholomew Fair. London and Lincoln: Arnold; Univ. of Nebraska Press, 1964, pp. 207. Regents Renaissance Drama Series.
  • Waith, Eugene M., ed. Bartholomew Fair. Jonson, Ben. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1963. The Yale Ben Jonson.
  • Horsman, E. A., ed. Bartholomew Fair. Jonson, Ben. London: Methuen, 1960. The Revels Plays.
  • Herford, C. H. ; Simpson, Percy ; Simpson, Evelyn, ed. Bartholomew Fair. In: Ben Jonson. Vol. 6. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1938, pp. 1–141
  • Brooke, Charles F. Tucker; Paradise, Nathaniel Burton, ed. English Drama 1580-1642. Boston: Heath, 1933.
  • Spencer, Hazelton, ed. Elizabethan Plays. Boston: Heath, 1933.
  • Herford, C. H.; Simpson, Percy ; Simpson, Evelyn, ed. Ben Jonson. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1925. (11 vols.).
Datación
Representaciones antiguas
  • Company: Lady Elizabeth's Men Venue: Whitehall Palace Date: 1614
    Cast:
      Location: Venue type: palace / court
      Note: 1 November
      Information source: Wiggins, Martin. British Drama 1533-1642: A Catalogue. Volume 6: 1609-1616. 2015.
    • Company: Lady Elizabeth's Men Venue: The Hope playhouse Date: 1614
      Cast:
        Location: Venue type: commercial theatre
        Note: 31 October
        Information source: Wiggins, Martin. British Drama 1533-1642: A Catalogue. Volume 6: 1609-1616. 2015.
      Tiempo histórico
      • Siglo XVII
      Lugares de la acción
      • London. [United Kingdom]. Europe
      Bibliografía selecta Estudios críticos:
      • Goossen, Jonathan. "Macbeth, Julius Caesar, A Midsummer Night's Dream and 'Bartholomew Fair'". Early Modern Literary Studies. 2009/2010, vol. 1, 15, .
      • Harrison, Tom. "Taking liberties: the influence of the architectural and ideological space of the Hope Theatre on Jonson's 'Bartholomew Fair'". Ben Jonson Journal. 2017, vol. 1, 24, p. 73-95.
      • Thompson, Emily. "'Fleshly Motion': Puppets and the Performing Body in 'Bartholomew Fair'". Ed. Botvinick, Marshall. Staging Ben: A Collection of Essays on the Theatricality of Jonson's Plays. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars, 2016, p. 71-93.
      • Creaser, John. "Misprinting 'Bartholomew Fair': Jonson and 'The Absolute Knave'". Ed. Jones, Edward. A concise companion to the study of manuscripts, printed books, and the production of Early Modern texts: a festschrift for Gordon Campbell.Chichester. Malden: Blackwell, 2015, p. 209-28.
      • Gillen, Katherine. "Female chastity and commoditized selfhood in 'Bartholomew Fair'". Studies in English Literature 1500-1900. 2015, vol. 2, 55, p. 309-26.
      • Moran, Andrew. "An emetic upon St Bartholomew's Day: purging, stripping, and reclothing the Pauline body in 'Bartholomew Fair'". Ben Jonson Journal. 2015, vol. 1, 22, p. 23-40.
      • Kitzes, Adam H. "'Bartholomew Fair' 1641: A Note". Ben Jonson Journal: Literary Contexts in the Age of Elizabeth, James and Charles. 2014, vol. 2, 21, p. , 281-287.
      • Ostovich, Helen. "'Gingerbread progeny' in 'Bartholomew Fair'". Ed. Hopkins, Lisa; Ostovich, Helen. Magical transformations on the Early Modern English stage. Farnham: Ashgate, 2014, p. 203-14.
      • Wilson, Emma Annette. "'All Is But Hinnying Sophistry': The Role of Puritan Logic in 'Bartholomew Fair". Renaissance Papers. 2014, , p. 17-28.
      • Faber, Paul L. "Overdo's mad moniker: 'Arthur of Bradley' in Jonson's 'Bartholomew Fair'". Ben Jonson Journal. 2013, vol. 1, 20, p. 126-35.
      • Caton, Kristina E. "Shared borders: the puppet in Ben Jonson's 'Bartholomew Fair'". Early Theatre. 2013, vol. 1, 16, p. 51-73.
      • Simons, Jay. "Stinging, barking, biting, purging: Jonson's 'Bartholomew Fair' and the debate on satire in the poetomachia". Ben Jonson Journal. 2013, vol. 1, 20, p. 20-37.
      • Pettegree, Jane. "Contamination, judgment, and friendship in 'Bartholomew Fair'.". Ben Jonson Journal. 2012, vol. 2, 19, p. 217-39.
      • Zysk, Jay. "You Are What You Eat: Cooking and Writing across the Species Barrier in Ben Jonson's 'Bartholomew Fair'". Ed. Feerick, Jean E.; Nardizzi, Vin. The Indistinct Human in Renaissance Literature. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2012, p. 69-84.
      • Brown, Andrew. "Theatre of judgment: space, spectators, and the epistemologies of law in 'Bartholomew Fair'". Early Theatre. 2012, vol. 2, 15, p. 154-67.
      • Milne, Kirsty. "Reforming 'Bartholomew Fair': Bunyan, Jonson, and the Puritan point of view". Huntington Library Quarterly. 2011, vol. 2, 74, p. 289-308.
      • Tiffany, Grace. "Ben Johson's 'Bartholomew Fair' in Stratford, Ontario". Shakespeare Newsletter. 2009, vol. 3 [279], 59, p. 87-88.
      • Thong, Tracy. "'Quality Food, Honestly Priced': Traders and Tricksters in Ben Jonson's 'Bartholomew Fair'". Ed. Friedland, Susan R.. Food and Morality: Proceedings of the Oxford Symposium on Food and Cookery 2007. Totnes: Propspect, 2008, p. 288-297.
      • Cantor, Paul. "The law versus the marketplace in Jonson's 'Bartholomew Fair'". Ed. Kezar, Dennis. Solon and Thespis: law and theater in the English Renaissance. Notre Dame: Notre Dame UP, 2007, p. 40-63.
      • Johnston, Mark Albert. "Prosthetic Absence in Ben Jonson's Epicoene, The Alchemist, and 'Bartholomew Fair'". English Literary Renaissance. 2007, vol. 3, 37, p. 401-28.
      • Paster, Gail Kern. "'Bartholomew Fair' and the humoral body". Ed. Sullivan, Garrett A., Jr; Cheney, Patrick; Hadfield, Andrew. Early modern English drama: a critical companion. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2006, p. 260-71.
      • McAdam, Ian. "The Puritan dialectic of law and grace in 'Bartholomew Fair'". Studies in English Literature 1500-1900. 2006, vol. 2, 46, p. 415-33.
      • Noe, Mark. "The Real and the Preferable: Perelman's Structures of Reality in Jonson's 'Bartholomew Fair'". Rhetoric Review. 2005, vol. 4, 24, p. 421-37.
      • Pastoor, Charles. "The Puritan audience in Jonson's 'Bartholomew Fair' and Shirley's The Bird in a Cage". English Language Notes. 2005, vol. 1, 43, p. 1-12.
      • Barnes, Peter. "'Bartholomew Fair': all the fun of the fair". Ed. Woolland, Brian. Jonsonians: living traditions. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2003, p. 43-50.
      • Tudeau-Clayton, Margaret. "'I Do Not Know My Selfe': The Topography and Politics of Self-Knowledge in Ben Jonson's 'Bartholomew Fair'". Ed. Textures of Renaissance Knowledge. Tra. Berry, Philippa; Tudeau-Clayton, Margaret. {Falta título libro}. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2003, p. 177-98.
      • Weil, Judith. "Jonson's 'Bartholomew Fair' and Brueghel's Children's Games". Ed. Bamford, Karen; Leggatt, Alexander. Approaches to Teaching English Renaissance Drama. New York: Modern Language Association of America, 2002, p. 172-79.
      • Drouet, Pascale. "Justice Overdo à Smithfield: la metis et ses effets de miroir dans 'Bartholomew Fair' de Ben Jonson". Imaginaires. 2002, 8, p. 33-50.
      • Baker, David Weil. "'Master of the monuments': memory and erasure in Jonson's 'Bartholomew Fair'". English Literary Renaissance. 2001, vol. 2, 31, p. 266-87.
      • Cantor, Paul A. "In defense of the marketplace: spontaneous order in Jonson's 'Bartholomew Fair'". Ben Jonson Journal. 2001, 8, p. 23-64.
      • Egan, Gabriel. "The use of booths in the original staging of Jonson's 'Bartholomew Fair'". Cahiers élisabéthains. 1998, 53, p. 43-52.
      • Lynch, Kathleen. "The dramatic festivity of 'Bartholomew Fair'". Medieval and Renaissance Drama in England. 1996, 8, p. 128-45.
      • Coronato, Rocco. "Il giudice alla gogna: Panoptikon e occasione festiva in 'Bartholomew Fair'". Rivista di Letterature Moderne e Comparate. 1996, vol. 1, 49, p. 13-37.
      • Pinciss, G. M. "'Bartholomew Fair' and Jonsonian tolerance". Studies in English Literature 1500-1900. 1995, vol. 2, 35, p. 345-59.
      • Roland-Leone, Erin. "Jonson's vessels runneth over: a look at the ladies of 'Bartholomew Fair'". English Language Notes. 1995, vol. 1, 33, p. 12-15.
      • Ardila, John G. "Una traducción 'políticamente correcta': Celestina en la Inglaterra puritana". Celestinesca: Boletín Informativo Internacional. 1988, vol. 2, 22, p. 33-48.
      • Marcus, Leah S. "Pastimes and the Purging of Theater: 'Bartholomew Fair' (1614)". Ed. Kastan, David Scott; Stallybrass, Peter. Staging the Renaissance: Reinterpretations of Elizabethan and Jacobean Drama. New York: Routledge, {Falta año pub}, p. 196-209.

      Traducciones:
      • FR:
        • Jonson, Ben. "La Foire de la Saint-Barthélemy". Tra. Laroque, François. Ed. Cottegnies, Line; Laroque, François; Maguin, Jean-Marie. Théâtre élisabéthain. Paris: Gallimard, 2009. Vol. 2.
        • Jonson, Ben. "La Foire de la Saint-Barthélemy". Ed. Cottegnies, Line; Laroque, François; Maguin, Jean-Marie. Tra. Villquin, Jean-Pierre. Théâtre élisabéthain. Paris: Gallimard, 2009. Vol. 2.
      • DE:
        • Jonson, Ben. Bartholomäusmarkt. Tra. Erhardt, Volker. Frankfurt am Main: Autorenagentur, 1982 ?.
        • Jonson, Ben. Bartholomäusmarkt. s.l.: {Falta nombre editorial}, 1971.
        • {Falta autor capítulo libro}. "Der Bartholomäusmarkt". Tra. Mauthner, Margarete. Jonson, Ben. Dramen. Berlin: Cassirer, 1912.
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      Entidades Patrocinadoras

      Ministerio de Economía y Competitividad / Ministerio de Ciencia, Innovación y Universidades
      Agencia Estatal de Investigación
      FEDER/ERDF
      Ministerio de Ciencia, Innovación y Universidades,Agencia Estatal de Investigación, FEDER/ERDF