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The Other Folio: On the Legacy of Ben Jonson

Outside of academic circles, where there has been a resurgence in interest, Jonson is a distant third in the contemporary popular imagination about the time period, after canonical William Shakespeare and sexy Christopher Marlowe. The post The Other Folio: On the Legacy of Ben Jonson appeared first on The Millions.
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