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Revision as of 12:31, 5 March 2015

Henry Porter, Henry Chettle and Ben Jonson (1598)


Historical Records

Payments to Playwrights (Henslowe’s Diary)

F. 49r (Greg I.94; Henslowe-Alleyn Digitisation Project)

lent vnto the company the 18 of aguste 1598 to }
bye a Boocke called hoote anger sone cowld of }
mr porter mr cheattell & bengemen Johnson in } vjli
fulle payment the some of }


Theatrical Provenance

Presumably performed by the Admiral's Men at the Rose in the summer or autumn of 1598.

Probable Genre(s)

Comedy (Harbage).

Possible Narrative and Dramatic Sources or Analogues

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References to the Play

None known; information welcome.

Critical Commentary

Carson speculates that the play was "almost certainly completed" (49) and that Jonson may have been "brought in as 'coadjutor' in a relatively subordinate role to help Wilson and Chettle, who had recently collaborated on "Black Bateman Part 2" (62).

Donaldson points out hos "[a]nger was a subject of some interest to Jonson, whose surviging commedies often depict wrathful eruptions of the kind indicated by this title...; and also to Porter"(1:110).

For What It's Worth

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Works Cited

Donaldson, Ian. "Hot Anger Soon Cold." The Cambridge Edition of the Works of Ben Jonson. Ed. David Bevington, Martin Butler and Ian Donaldson. 7 vols. Cambridge: CUP, 2012. 110



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