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Satiro-mastix

Thomas Dekker

Satiro-mastix

or, The vntrussing of the humorous poet

by Thomas Dekker

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Published by Kraus Reprint in Vaduz .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Jonson, Ben, -- 1573?-1637,

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesUntrussing of the humorous poet.
    Statementby Thomas Dekker ; hrsg. nach den Drucken von 1602 von dr. Hans Scherer.
    SeriesMaterialien zur Kunde des älteren englischen Dramas -- Bd. 20
    ContributionsScherer, Hans.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPR2489 .S3 1963
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvi, 136 p. ;
    Number of Pages136
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22372258M

      The title pages of the first quartos of Histrio-Mastix and Satiro--mastix have hyphens. Indeed, the latter has two. Unlike Knutson, however, who modernizes only Dekker's title to estrange it from Marston's, I have modernized both consistently. (3) Philip Edwards, Threshold of a Nation (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, ),   Read "The Roaring Girl" by Thomas Dekker available from Rakuten Kobo. This Jacobean city comedy is a curiosity in that it presents a real-life character, the notorious cross-dresser Moll Fri Brand: Bloomsbury Publishing.

      A Book Collection in Hampstead other copy known, and that a poor one), Lyly's 'Woman in the Moone,' (only two or three copies known), Dekker's 'Satiro-Mastix,' , Ben Jonson's 'Sejanus,' (only one other known on large paper: this is a presentation copy), Middleton's 'Roaring Girl,' , Chapman's 'Widdowe's Teares,' Ben Jonson is a “classical” artist: “not onely a professed Imitator ofHorace,” as Dryden says, “but a learned Plagiary of all the others; you track him every where in their Snow.”¹ “All the others” is really an overstatement; for while Jonson’s reading in Greek and Latin literature is remarkably varied and wide-ranging, certain texts inevitably attract him more than others.

      And there is this from Thomas Dekker’s Satiro-Mastix: Now thou art in thy pee and cue. The pee here is a reference to pea cloth, a course woolen cloth common in men’s clothing of the day. The cue is mysterious. One plausible explanation is that it comes from the difficulty children have learning to write. The latter meaning is an allusion to the color of light-brown to yellowish human skin, and was first seen in the work by Thomas Dekker, Satiro-mastix or the Untrussing of the Humorous Poet: “No, come my little cub, doe not scone mee because I go in Stage, in Buffe, heer’s veluet too.” At the time, “in stag” also meant “naked.”.


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