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Pleasure reconcil'd to virtue / Ben Jonson

dc.contributor Howard-Hill, T. H. (Trevor Howard) Department of English University of South Carolina Columbia Jonson, Ben, 1573?-1637
dc.coverage.placeName Oxford 2018-07-27 2019-07-04T10:58:51Z 2019-07-04T10:58:51Z 1618 1974-01-01
dc.identifier ota:0078
dc.description.abstract v.7 (1941) Publication based on OTA text: Ralph Crane and some Shakespeare first folio comedies / T.H. Howard-Hill. -- Charlottesville : University of Virginia Bibliographical Society, 1972. -- "The results of the present investigation were accepted as fulfillment of the thesis requirement for the Oxford D.Phil". -- ISBN 0-8139-0410-2.
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dc.subject.lcsh Masques -- 17th century
dc.subject.other Masques
dc.title Pleasure reconcil'd to virtue / Ben Jonson
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HCRAPRV02UPU +(PRV:C:1:) +PLEASVRE ] reconcild to ] VERTVE. +The Scene ] the ] Mountaine ] ATLAS. His top ending in y figure of an old Man, his head z beard all hoary z frost: as if his sholders were couerd wth snow, y rest wood z rock: a Groue of Ivy at his feet: out of wch, to a wild Musique of <Cimbals Flutes>, z <Tabers>, is brought forth Comus, y god of <cheere>, or y <belly>, riding in tryumph, his head crownd with roses, z other flowres; his haire curld: They y wayt vpon him, crownd with Ivy, their Iavelyns don about wth it: One of them going wth Hercules <Bowle> bare before him: while y rest present him, wth this Song. ] <Roome, roome, make roome for y bouncing belly> <first father of Sauce, z deuiser of gelly>, <Prime master of arts, z y giuer of wit>, <y found out y excellent ingine, y spit>, <y plough, z y flaile, y mill, z y Hoppar>, <y hutch, z y bowlter, y furnace, z coppar>, <y Ouen, y bauin, y mawkin, z peele> <y harth, z y range, y dog, z y wheele>. <He, he first inue . . .

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