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[The Workes of Benjamin Jonson] Every Man in His Humour and Every Man Out of His Humour
Benjamin Jonson

[The Workes of Benjamin Jonson] Every Man in His Humour and Every Man Out of His Humour
[The Workes of Benjamin Jonson] Every Man in His Humour and Every Man Out of His Humour

Description/Condition

Poor. Upper board and free front endpaper detached. The copy contains only the plays 'Every Man in His Humour' and 'Every Man Out of His Humour'. Pagination starts with the 'title page' of 'Every Man in His Humour' and ends on page 176 (the last leaf of the play 'Every Man Out of His Humour'. The leaves are occasionally marked, annotated and 'patched' with similar paper (mostly to the first and last few leaves), all as pictured. Many of the leaves bear the publishers watermarks. Trimmed. Pages 6 and 7 are mis-numbered 4 and 5.

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Detailed Information

Item No: B29088
Publication date: 1616
Published by: William Stansby
Published location: London.
Edition: 1st Edition
Dimensions: 4to. 10 1/2".
Cover: Hard
About this title:

 Often seen as the crucial model for the Shakespeare' first folio.