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Ben Jonson - A gentleman reading a poem that began with Where is that man that never yet did hear 
 Of fair Penelope, Ulysses' queen? calling his cook, asked if he had ever heard of her, who answering No, demonstrate to him Lo, there the man that never yet did hear 
 Of fair Penelope, Ulysses' queen.
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    Ben Jonson
    British Dramatist, Poet 1573-1637
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    A gentleman reading a poem that began with Where is that man that never yet did hear Of fair Penelope, Ulysses' queen? calling his cook, asked if he had ever heard of her, who answering No, demonstrate to him Lo, there the man that never yet did hear Of fair Penelope, Ulysses' queen.
    Source: Conversations with William Drummond of Hawthornden
A gentleman reading a poem that began with Where is that man that never yet did hear Of fair Penelope, Ulysses' queen? calling his cook, asked if he had ever heard of her, who answering No, demonstrate to him Lo, there the man that never yet did hear Of fair Penelope, Ulysses' queen. by: Ben Jonson
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A gentleman reading a poem that began with Where is that man that never yet did hear Of fair Penelope, Ulysses' queen? calling his cook, asked if he had ever heard of her, who answering No, demonstrate to him Lo, there the man that never yet did hear Of fair Penelope, Ulysses' queen.
- Ben Jonson
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