The Devil is an Ass
by Ben Jonson
Publisher: H. Holt 1905
Number of pages: 346
Jonson's work is renowned for its wit and biting religions and social commentary. This play abounds with unscrupulous characters, con men, and gullible dupes. Several subplots involving deceit and trickery are successfully interwoven, creating an enjoyable comedy.
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