The Case is Altered

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The Case is Altered  (1609) 
by Ben Jonson

"An early comedy by Ben Jonson. First published in 1609, the play presents a range of problems for scholars attempting to understand its place in Jonson's canon of works." Excerpted from The Case is Altered on Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

THE CASE IS ALTERED.

A COMEDY.


PERSONS REPRESENTED.

COUNT FERNEZE.

LORD PAULO FERNEZE.

CAMILLO FERNEZE.

MAXIMILIAN,

CHAMONT.

SIGNIOR ANGELO.

FRANCISCO COLONNIA.

JAQUES DE PRIE.

CHRISTOPHERO, the Steward.

JUNIPER, a Cobler..

ANTONIO BALLADINO,

SEBASTIAN,

MARTINO,

VINCENTIO,

VALENTINE,

BALTHASAR,

ONION,

MONS. PACUE.

FINIO, a Page.

BOY.


WOMEN.

AURELIA.

PHŒNIXELLA.

RACHEL DE PRIE.


SCENE. Milan.


Act I Scene I

Act I Scene II

Act I Scene III

Act I Scene IV

Act I Scene V

Act II Scene I

Act II Scene II

Act II Scene III

Act II Scene IV

Act II Scene V

Act II Scene VI

Act II Scene VII

Act III Scene I

Act III Scene II

Act III Scene III

Act III Scene IV

Act III Scene V

Act IV Scene I

Act IV Scene II

Act IV Scene III

Act IV Scene IV

Act IV Scene V

Act IV Scene VI

Act V Scene I

Act V Scene II

Act V Scene III

Act V Scene IV

This work was published before January 1, 1926, and is in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago.