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Lewis Lewkenor's English translation of Gasparo Contarini's De Magistratibus et Republica Venetorum, entitled The Commonwealth and Government of Venice, had been published in 1599 and was familiar to Jonson. Herford and the Simpsons suggested that this text was likely to be Jonson's sole source for the political details of Volpone, yet Jonson was familiar with the contents of Italian expatriate John Florio's library of Italian textbooks in London: he utilized Florio's A World of Words to furnish his Venetian play-text with Italian terminology.
Let us now take the standing part. 12-15) This republic (like that of Venice in Volpone and in a manner directly comparable to the Principate of Sejanus) is decaying into a world of individual self-seeking. Cicero, unmoored by his status as a social arriviste in Rome, cannot function successfully in this circumscribed environment and is therefore forced to define a political position for himself: what the doubleness of the Jonsonian portrait implies, however, is that his stance might just as readily have been anti-republican as pro.
Though hills were set on hills And seas met seas to guard thee, I would through; Ay, plow up rocks steep as the Alps, in dust, And lave the Tyrrhene waters into clouds, But I would reach thy head, thy head, proud city. 73-8) Yet in the very next scene we register a distinct fall in Catiline's tone; as he organizes his wife and co-conspirators to electioneer on his behalf, we witness a colder, more cynical mind in operation. This is a shrewd strategist; an arch-pretender, one who can assume hyperbolic speech and action (witness the bloody sacrifice of the slave) when he deems such behaviour necessary.