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|Genre/Form:||Comedies of humours|
|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Jonson, Ben, 1573?-1637.
Every man out of his humour.
[London, Printed for the Malone society by F. Hall at the Oxford university press] 1920 [i.e. 1921]
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Ben Jonson; F P Wilson; W W Greg
|Notes:||"Prepared by F.P. Wilson and the general editor," W.W. Greg; dated Nov. 1921.
Reprint of the 1st edition from an imperfect copy in the British museum, missing parts being supplied from a copy in the Boston Public library, with facsimiles of the t.p. and B¹ recto, the title-pages of the 2d and 3d editions, also dated 1600.
Original t.p.: The Comicall Satyre of Every Man Ovt Of His Hvmor. As It Was First Composed by the Author B.I. Containing more than hath been Publickely Spoken or Acted. With the seuerall character of euery Person ... [Ornament] London, Printed for William Holme, and are to be sold at his Shop at Sarjeants Inn gate in Fleetstreet, 1600.
|Description:||viii pages,  pages 4 facsimile 22 cm.|
|Series Title:||Malone Society reprints, 1920.|
|Other Titles:||Every man out of his humor|