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Re: Jonson/Jones Feud; Q: Royal Shakespeare touring
Shakespeare Electronic Conference, Vol. 6, No. 0791.  Sunday, 15 October 1995.
 
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        Date:   Friday, 13 Oct 1995 11:45:56 -0500 (CDT)
        Subj:   Re: SHK 6.0778 Q: Jonson/Jones Feud
 
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        Date:   Friday, 13 Oct 1995 22:56:14 -0500
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From:           Bob Evans <
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Date:           Friday, 13 Oct 1995 11:45:56 -0500 (CDT)
Subject: 6.0778 Q: Jonson/Jones Feud
Comment:        Re: SHK 6.0778 Q: Jonson/Jones Feud
 
Mike Jones asked about discussions of the feud between Ben Jonson and Inigo
Jones.  Here are some possibilities:
 
D. J. Gordon, "Poet and Architect: The Intellectual Setting of the Quarrel
between Ben Jonson and Inigo Jones," in _The Renaissance Imagination_, ed.
Stephen Orgel (1975), 77-101.
 
Orgel, _The Jonsonian Masque_ (1965), esp. p. 61.
 
Orgel and Roy Strong, _The Theatre of the Stuart Court_ (1973).
 
James Lees-Milne, _The Age of Inigo Jones_ (1953), 19-52.
 
J. Alfred Gotch, _Inigo Jones_ (1928), 136-51.
 
Graham Parry, _The Golden Age Restored_ (1981), 146-64.
 
C.H. Herford and Percy and Evelyn Simpson, _Ben Jonson_ (1925-52_, 10: 689-92.
See also H&S 1: 145.
 
R. C. Evans, _Ben Jonson and the Poetics of Patronage_ (1989), 158-65, 183-84,
235-36.
 
There is also a recent note by Anthony Johnson in _Notes and Queries_.  I don't
have the exact citation handy, but it can be found through the MLA
Bibliography.
 
Hope this helps.
 
                                Bob Evans
                                
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Date:           Friday, 13 Oct 1995 22:56:14 -0500
Subject:        Royal Shakespeare touring company
 
Can anyone tell me anything about the Royal Shakespeare Company's current
touring company that's doing R&J and Macbeth?  I understand they are a black
company and put the Macbeth setting in Africa.  I have a chance to attend.  Any
critiques?
 
Keith Ghormley, Lincoln Nebr

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