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Acknowledgements The publication of The Ben Jonson Journal (ISSN 1079–3453) is supported by Beverly Rogers of Las Vegas, Nevada; Jennifer Keene, Dean of the College of Liberal Arts, UNLV and Gary Totten, Chair, Department of English, UNLV. The “Modern Poets on Seventeenth-Century Poets” section, which is edited by Donald Revell, has featured the following essays:  Claudia Keelan, “Henry Vaughan: Pilgrim Marauder,” which appears in this issue  Eryn Green, “Sweetness ready penned”: On Velocity, Vision, and the Gifts of George Herbert’s “Jordan (2)” (November 2021)  Geoffrey Babbitt, “That Thin Skin is Broke: Thomas Traherne’s Gnostic Bent,” BJJ 27.2 (November 2020)  Kathryn Cowles, “Jonson’s ‘On My First Son’ in Constellation,” BJJ 26.2 (November 2019)  Kamil Ali, “Jerusalem Syndrome: A Commentary on ‘If Infinite Worlds, Infinite Centers,’ by Margaret Cavendish,” BJJ 25.2 (November 2018)  Norman Finkelstein, “Something Understood,” BJJ 24.2 (November 2017)  James Longenbach, “On Shakespeare’s Twelfth Sonnet,” BJJ 23.2 (November 2016) The Ben Jonson Journal 29.2 (2022): v–vi DOI: 10.3366/bjj.2022.0335 © Edinburgh University Press www.euppublishing.com/bjj vi BEN JONSON JOURNAL  Martha Ronk, “Self-shattering: Donne’s Images and Melancholy,” BJJ 22.2 (November 2015)  Dan Beachy-Quick, “Impossible Delight of the Flameless Flame: A Reverie on Desire in http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Ben Jonson Journal Edinburgh University Press

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The publication of The Ben Jonson Journal (ISSN 1079–3453) is supported by Beverly Rogers of Las Vegas, Nevada; Jennifer Keene, Dean of the College of Liberal Arts, UNLV and Gary Totten, Chair, Department of English, UNLV. The “Modern Poets on Seventeenth-Century Poets” section, which is edited by Donald Revell, has featured the following essays:  Claudia Keelan, “Henry Vaughan: Pilgrim Marauder,” which appears in this issue  Eryn Green, “Sweetness ready penned”: On Velocity, Vision, and the Gifts of George Herbert’s “Jordan (2)” (November 2021)  Geoffrey Babbitt, “That Thin Skin is Broke: Thomas Traherne’s Gnostic Bent,” BJJ 27.2 (November 2020)  Kathryn Cowles, “Jonson’s ‘On My First Son’ in Constellation,” BJJ 26.2 (November 2019)  Kamil Ali, “Jerusalem Syndrome: A Commentary on ‘If Infinite Worlds, Infinite Centers,’ by Margaret Cavendish,” BJJ 25.2 (November 2018)  Norman Finkelstein, “Something Understood,” BJJ 24.2 (November 2017)  James Longenbach, “On Shakespeare’s Twelfth Sonnet,” BJJ 23.2 (November 2016) The Ben Jonson Journal 29.2 (2022): v–vi DOI: 10.3366/bjj.2022.0335 © Edinburgh University Press www.euppublishing.com/bjj vi BEN JONSON JOURNAL  Martha Ronk, “Self-shattering: Donne’s Images and Melancholy,” BJJ 22.2 (November 2015)  Dan Beachy-Quick, “Impossible Delight of the Flameless Flame: A Reverie on Desire in

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