I've read Webster, I've read Ben Jonson
, but I don't think myself clever--not exactly, at least.
As we must perceive, that after the nicest strokes of a Shakespear or a Jonson
, of a Wycherly or an Otway, some touches of nature will escape the reader, which the judicious action of a Garrick, of a Cibber, or a Clive,[*] can convey to him; so, on the real stage, the character shows himself in a stronger and bolder light than he can be described.
25) Richard Dutton speculates that Jonson
drew primarily for his view on the Turks on Richard Knolles's General Historie of the Turkes (first printed in 1603).
This essay focuses especially on Hazlitt's first two "Lectures on the Comic Writers," to consider his relation to comedy in general and to its early modern representations in the plays of Shakespeare and Ben Jonson
Difficult to imagine, that is, that Jonson
would mock or attack the very audience with whom he wishes to communicate as satirist.
Swedish midfielder Matias Jonson
said: "Our tempo was too high.
Both would have been seen by many people, including Ben Jonson
, who knew Shakespeare well before his death in 1616.
running matter to our mutual satisfaction following Jonson
It was a flop when first staged in 1603, and got Jonson
into trouble with the Privy Council.
And it proved an inspired choice, as Walker made fine saves from Darren Huckerby - who also hit a post - Mattias Jonson
and Jim Brennan in the second half to ensure his team progressed.
And Sweden pulled level two minutes from time when Jonson
fired in after hard work by Allback on the left to spark delight all round in Porto.
Sweden applied the pressure and, with 77 minutes played, Henrik Larsson beat two defenders and found Mattias Jonson
with a fine pass but his shot from 12 yards was well saved by Gianluigi Buffon.