5 edition of Poetaster found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Ben Jonson; edited with introduction, notes, and glossary, by Herbert S. Mallory ...|
|Series||Yale studies in English -- no. 27, Library of English literature -- LEL 10979.|
|Contributions||Mallory, Herbert Samuel, 1872-1927.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ciii, 282 p.|
|Number of Pages||282|
|LC Control Number||87569087|
He said “Hand that pen over to me, poetaster!” “Open Book,” Cake. She’s writing, she’s writing She’s writing a novel In this case, the novel is mostly a metaphor for her life—and a mixed metaphor at that (You think she’s an open book/ but you don’t know what page to turn to, do you?), but I’ll let that slide. Poetaster. Definition: an inferior poet. a musical with a book by George S. Kaufman and Morrie Ryskind and music by George and Ira Gershwin (the inept vice-presidential candidate is named Alexander Throttlebottom). The name proved popular, and began to be used as a noun. Poetaster, the last of the comical satires and the one closest in date to Sir Giles, features, like Chapman's own comedy, a learned and dignified leading character who is accorded value and status by an aristocratic patron. Poetaster presents the poet Horace in opposition to lesser (and less worthy) poets.
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Poetaster definition is - an inferior poet. How to use poetaster in a sentence. Did You Know. : Poetaster (): Thomas Dekker, Josiah Harmar Penniman: Books. Skip to main content. Try Prime Books Go Search EN 4/5(1). Poetaster - one of Ben Jonson's earliest plays - was first staged inthe same year as Hamlet.
A poetaster is a trivial rhymester, a writer of doggerel, at best an inferior poet. A poetaster is pretentious, and places undue value on his own work. Apparently, the first occurrence of this term is in this play.4/5(1). Print book: EnglishView all editions and formats Summary: Set in Ancient Rome, "Poetaster" offers one of the first and most subtle statements in English of the Augustan cultural ideal.
Poetaster is a scornful, intolerant word for a poet who writes insignificant and/or rubbish poetry. It's pronounced po-et-ass-ter, which I thought I would mention after asking for poe-taste-r (delicious Poe!) in the library and being met with utter contempt/5.
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A writer of insignificant, meretricious, or shoddy poetry. n a writer of inferior verse n. an inferior poet; a writer of indifferent verse. An unskilled poet. Henry Theodore Tuckerman, Mental Portraits; Or, Studies of Character, The Reviewer: Lord Jeffrey, page Where the personal feelings were not engaged, it was also an agreeable pastime to follow his destructive feats; see him annihilate a poetaster, or insinuate away the pretensions of a book-wright.
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POETASTER is a limited edition of copies. Published in conjunction with the exhibition Matthew Strauss / Dead Language, part of the Great Rivers Biennial organized by the Contemporary Art.
‘The Poetaster’ an Elizabethan satirical stage play, written by a guy named Ben Jonson, The term poetaster, Meaning an inferior poet in the play with pretensions to artistic value, was coined by Jonson in this play. And the wordplay itself was actually on ‘disaster’ ‘This poet was a disaster’ Poet–dis-aster, take out the ‘dis Author: Seana Graham.
*poetaster* a paltry or inferior poet; a writer of poor or trashy verse. The word, which is modern Latin, was coined by Erasmus in a letter of ; it is first found in English in Ben Jonson's Fountain of Self-Love ().
Poetaster, Paperback by Jonson, Ben; Cain, Tom (EDT), ISBNISBNBrand New, Free P&P in the UK Set in Ancient Rome, "Poetaster" offers one of the first and most subtle statements in English of the Augustan cultural ideal.
Tom Cain concludes his essay on the satiric force of Poetaster by remarking that it 'emerges as a play that demands a more prominent place in the Jonson canon than it is normally given'. 1 This essay is in part an attempt to attend to Poetaster as he suggests, and this attention takes two forms.
First I think it is worth focusing upon the play as a work both composed of. Horn-Book: or ha' steept your Lips in Wine, till you made 'em so plump, that Juno might have been jealous of 'em. Punck, kiss me Punck. Ovid. Here, Daughter Venus, I drink to thee. Chlo. 'Thank you, good Father Jupiter.
Tuc. Why, Mother Juno! Gods and Fiends! what, wilt thou suffer this ocular temptation? Tib."Ben Jonson, Vol. 4: Cynthia's Revels; Poetaster; Sejanus; Eastward Ho" published on by Oxford University Press.Poetaster was entered on the Stationers’ Register in to Matthew Lownes with the following entry.
21 decembris. Entred for his copie vnder the handes of master Pasfeild and the Wardens. A booke called Poetaster, or his arraignement. vj d (Greg, ). Publication followed inwith the following quarto title page.