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(p. 555) Index

(p. 555) Index

Note: plays by Shakespeare are filed as entries, plays by other writers as sub-entries under the author. Biblical references are in alphabetical order and separated from their locators by a colon.

Aamait Asal Eemait Kusal (film) 476
Actaeon myth 522–4
acting companies 22–3
Admiral’s Men 23, 315–16
child actors 29, 31, 32
chorister companies 29
finance for 28 (see also patronage)
itinerant acting companies 22, 55–6
Lord Chamberlain’s Men 22–3, 27–8, 29
Queen’s Men 100, 523
adaptations 439–54
17th-/18th-century 440–4
19th-century 444–6
20th-century 446–52
afterpieces 441, 443, 453
burlesque 446
drolls 441, 452
films 447, 448, 454
A Midsummer Night’s Dream 452–4
musicals 446–7
novels 448–50
operas 441–2, 442f, 443f, 452–3
prose 444–6
puppet versions 447
teen films 448
translations 450–1
Admiral’s Men 23, 315–16
adultery 66–7, 113–14, 489–503
Christianity and 490–3
The Comedy of Errors 493–6
The Merchant of Venice 496–500
The Merry Wives of Windsor 500–3
in pre-Shakespearean drama 490–3
advertising 26
advice literature 146–7, 148
afterpieces 441, 443, 453
Agamben, Giorgio 363
Agnew, Jean-Christophe 21
Alaimo, Stacy 261
Alegres Comadres, As (film) 447
Alfreds, Mike 464
Allen, Giles 28
Allen, Woody 454
Alleyn, Edward 524
Alley, William 538
All’s Well That Ends Well 109–10
adaptations 445, 450, 451, 481
bed-trick 5, 51–2, 109, 288, 481
borders 185
grief 208–10
letters 402
medieval sources 66
memory 215
mourning 208–10
New Comedy and 37, 43
place and being 162, 165, 168–9
as problem comedy 537, 548–53
prostitution/meretrix 43, 45
race 180, 185
remembering 208–9
rulers in 540–1
senses 246
succession 210–12
warfare 202
Amar Akbar Anthony (film) 476
Ambrose (Aurelius Ambrosius) 491
Amorim, Paulo Henrique 179
Angoor (film) 447, 476 (p. 556)
animated films 476–7
Anthropocene epoch: green comedy in 260–2
anti-theatrical tracts 238, 432
apprehension 237–8
Aquinas, Thomas 245
archaeology: niello items 188
architecture 342–56
Country Life photos 342–3, 345
empty rooms 345, 351–6
and epistemology 343–6
windows and doors 346–51
Arendt, Hannah 128
Ariosto, Ludovico 33, 50, 154
Aristotle
Poetics 57n9, 300–1, 538–9
on souls 240, 245
Armin, Robert 22, 23, 314
Armstrong, Louis 447
Ascham, Roger 158, 203–4
Ashcroft, Peggy 461
Ashton, Elizabeth 449
Association for the Study of Literature and the Environment 251
As You Like It 24, 56, 117–18, 121, 231, 250, 526
adaptations 444, 445, 448, 451, 472, 473, 477, 479. See also Never Been Kissed (teen comedy)
conversions 117
cross-dressing 290
domestic sphere 139, 145–6
festivity 112–13
as first contact narrative 529
forest setting 254–5, 256, 364–5
green world 520, 525
humoral theory 224–5
influence of Lyly 32
letters 402, 403
and Marlowe 526
marriage 113
medieval sources 65–6
music 314, 324–5
place and being 165, 166, 167–8, 169
race 180
religious culture 112–13, 117, 120
senex iratus character 40–1
senses 242, 245–6
stage space 426
transition and transformation 521, 522
warfare 202–3, 204
women managing inheritance 337–9
writing 407–9
audiences 411–25
laughter 411–15
Measure for Measure 418–22
Much Ado about Nothing 422–5
Twelfth Night 415–18
Austen, Glyn 110
Austen, Jane 475
Awdeley, John 71
Bacon, Francis 547
Bahl, Ankur 465
Bailey, Lisa 5
Baker, J. H. 270n23
Baldwin, James 172
Baldwin, T. W. 49
Bale, John 90
Bandello, Matteo 42
Barber, C. L. 11, 24, 122n1, 163
Bardot, Brigitte 476
Barish, Jonas 303–4
Barkan, Leonard 516n20
Barley, William 71–2, 74
Bartels, Emily 184
Bassi, Shaul 156n12
Bate, Jonathan 251
bear-baiting 524–6, 527
Beaumont, Francis 195
Beauregard, David 109
Beckerman, Bernard 427
Bednarz, James P. 231
bed-trick 38
All’s Well That Ends Well 5, 51–2, 288, 481
Measure for Measure 5n11, 52, 278, 288, 420, 422, 481
The Two Noble Kinsmen 260
Bennett, Susan 455–6
Benston, Alice N. 269n21
Benton, James Grant 448
Benveniste, Jacques 206n1
Bergantino, David 449
Berger, Harry 252, 520n1
Bergner Elizabeth 478
Bernard, Richard 53 (p. 557)
Berry, Ralph 525
Bess (Elizabeth) of Hardwick, Countess of Shrewsbury 522–3. See also Hardwick Hall
Bethencourt, Francisco 175
Betterton, Thomas 452
Bevington, David 96, 97, 427
Bhranti Bilash (film) 476
Bibbiena, Cardinal 158
biblical references
Acts 19.8 493
Acts 19.18–19 110
Acts 19.26 493
1 Cor. 2.9 120
1 Cor. 7.13–14 499
Eph. 5.22–32 493
Exod. 20.5 499
Exod. 34.13–14 490
Ezek. 23.7–8 490
Ezek. 23.11 490
Ezek. 23.14 490
Gen. 38.24 491
Heb. 11.31 491
Hos. 1.2 491
Hos. 1.6 491
Hos. 1.9 491
James 2.25 491
Josh. 2 491
Judg. 8.33 490
Matt. 1.3–6 491
Matt. 5.29 495
Matt. 7.2 126
Matt. 16.19 496
Rom. 9.15 108
Rom. 9.25 491
Ruth. 3.7 491
2 Sam. 11 492
Big Business (film) 476
Billington, Michael 461
Billon, Pierre 484
Bix, Karen Helfand 73–4
Blackfriars Theatre, City of London 28–9
Blackton, J. Stuart 471
Blanchard, E. L. 446
Blount, Edward 96
blue-green comedy 250–1, 253
Bly, Mary 100
Boaistuau, Pierre 396
Bogdanov, Michael 195
Bolt, Ranjit 451
Bomb-itty of Errors (rap musical) 447
Bond, Samantha 463
Book of Common Prayer 110–11
bookshops: 16th-century London 69–70
Boon, James A. 176
Boorde, Andrew 177, 178
Booth, Stephen 415n6
Bornhak, Achim 486
Bottom’s Dream (animated film) 476–7
Bourdieu, Pierre 21, 546
Boys from Syracuse, The (musical) 446, 447, 473–4
Boyz, Da (hip-hop musical) 447
Bracton, Henri 276
Bradbrook, Muriel 94
Bradshaw, Graham 237–8
Braidotti, Rosi 261
Branagh, Kenneth 42, 307, 474–5, 479
Brathwaite, Richard 241
Brecht, Bertolt 447
Breight, Curtis C. 194
Brennan, Liam 418, 421
Brenton, Howard 447
Breuer, Horst 415n6
Brexit 467
Bright, Timothy 224
Brome, Richard 404–5
Brook, Peter 52, 453–4
Brotton, Jerry 7
Browne, Thomas 316
Brown, Georgia 83
Brown, Pamela Allen 13
Brownlow, Frank 528
Brown, Sarah Annes 445
Bruce, Alastair 458
Bruster, Douglas 27, 260
Bryant, J. A. 89
Buck, Carole 449
Bullock, Christopher 441, 443
Burbage, James 28–9
Burbage, Richard 22, 28, 29
Burby, Cuthbert 26n19
Burke, Peter 211
burlesque 446 (p. 558)
Burnaby, William 443
Burrow, Colin 46, 47
Burton, Richard 447, 482
Burton, Robert 224, 319
Burt, Richard 475
Butler, Judith 300, 345
Bynes, Amanda 448
caballero films (Mexico) 476
Caesar, Julius 522
Caldwell, William Casey 415n4
Camillo, Giulio 215–16
Campbell, O. J. 231
Campion, Thomas 313–14
Canemaker, John 476–7
Carey, Alison 451
Carey, Henry (Lord Hunsdon) 27
Carrington, John 444
Carroll, D. Allen 415n6
Carroll, William 339, 386, 518
Cartwright, Kent 80n34
Casey, Edward 152
Castaldo, Annalisa 448
Castelvetro, Lodovico 538–9
Castiglione, Baldassare: The Courtier 159, 160, 161, 203, 322
Cavell, Stanley 163
Cavendish, Dominic 457–8
Cavendish, William 222
Cawdry, Robert 5
Caxton, William 64
Cecil, Robert 549
censorship 31
Chapman, George 223, 228, 405
Chapman, Matthieu 183
Charron, Pierre 396
Chatterjee, Kumkum 6
Chaucer, Geoffrey 57–8
Canterbury Tales 60, 61–3, 67
Gamelyn 65
House of Fame 65
influence of 59–64
Parliament of Fowls 61
Troilus and Criseyde 60, 63–4, 65
Cheek by Jowl 460, 463
Cheney, Patrick 524
Children of the Chapel 32
Children’s Midsummer Night’s Dream, A (film) 478
Christensen, Ann C. 140–1
Church, Tony 40
cinquecento comedy 157, 158
city comedy 30. See also Measure for Measure
Clare, Janet 231, 526
classical reception 37–8, 90, 95
Cleaver, Robert 335
Clueless (teen comedy) 475
Cockle, M. J. D. 197–8
Cohen, Jeffrey Jerome 252, 261
Cohen, Walter 166
Coke, Edward 265n6, 272n27, 276
collaboration 26, 31
Collinson, Patrick 528
Colman, George, the Elder 453
comedian comedy 471
comedy 88–99
approaches to 10–13
definitions of 9–10, 57–8, 88, 90–3, 98–9
Elizabethan 93–9
endings 30, 88
as genre 93–9
tragicomical history of 88–93
tropes/traditions 10
as virtual travel 23–4
Comedy of Errors, The 30, 101, 110, 114
adultery 493–6
architecture/doors and windows 348, 349–51
borders 185
caricature 179
coney-catching 74–6
domestic sphere 136, 140–1, 142, 144, 145
and early modern crime 74–6
humoral theory 232–4
influences on 32–3, 60–1
and Inns of Court 533, 534
legal culture 266–9, 279 (p. 559)
maritime elements 258–9
marriage 110, 165
medieval sources 59, 60–1, 67
memory 212
New Comedy and 37
place and being 152, 161, 162, 165, 166, 170
prostitution/meretrix 43–4
race 179, 183
rulers in 539–40
and satire 80–1, 82–3
selfhood 232–4
senses 242, 246
setting 533–4
stage space 429–30, 431
warfare 204
comic closure 122–5
commedia erudita 32–3
comprehension 238
Condell, Henry 26
coney-catching 71–8, 84
consciousness 244
controversy over pastimes 111
Convey, Colum 40
Cook, Carol 288n12
Copernicus, Nicolaus 153
Coriolanus 196, 523
Corpus Christi plays 57, 58
Correggio, Antonio da 505
Council of Trent 106
Counter-Reformation 106
Courtney, Richard 194
Cowden Clarke, Mary 444–5
Cox, John F. 42
Cox, Robert 452
Crawford, Julie 309–10
Crooke, Helkiah 361n5, 431–2
cross-dressing 202–3, 204, 242
As You Like It 290
The Merchant of Venice 290
Twelfth Night 202, 208, 290–5
The Two Gentlemen of Verona 290
Crowley, Joshua 436
Crowl, Samuel 307
Culpeper, Nicholas 221
Curtain playhouse, Shoreditch 22
Cusak, Sinead 461
Cymbeline 65, 67, 436–7
Czinner, Paul 473, 477–8, 479
D’Amico, Jack 160
Daniel, Samuel 8
Danson, Lawrence 89, 303
Darwin, Charles 372
Dash Arts Company 465, 466
Datta, Monti 436
Davenant, William 441
Davies, John 241, 265, 266
Dawson, Anthony B. 112n18, 406n26
Day, John 423, 532
death-resurrection sequences 286, 288
Dee, John 238
Dekker, Thomas 25
The Honest Whore, Part 2 405–6
Poetomachia (Poets’ War) 30
The Shoemaker’s Holiday 29, 195
Deleyto, Celestino 471
Deliver Us From Eva (film) 483
della Porta, Giambattista 158
Dench, Judi 460–1, 462, 463
Deng, Stephen 129–30
Dennis, John 443
Descartes, René 225, 241–2
Dickey, Stephen 525, 526
Diehl, Huston 115
Dieterle, William 474, 477–8
DiGangi, Mario 329n5
Digby Plays 60
Diggelmann, Lindsay 5
Dignam, Mark 40
Dillon, Janette 100
Dimmick, Jeremy 80
disrespect 146, 148
Dod, John 335
Do Dooni Char (film) 447
Doggett, Thomas 442
domestic sphere 135–50
domestic interaction 138–41
good/bad behaviour 146–50
household façades/hospitality 143–6
households, representation of 135–8
location and identity 141–3
Donatus, Aelius 58, 92
Donne, John 223, 225, 234 (p. 560)
Donnellan, Declan 463
Doran, Gregory 382, 466
Double Di Trouble (film) 476
Downton Abbey 455–63
Draper, John 415n6
Drayton, Michael 24–5
drolls 441, 452
Dromgoole, Dominic 464
drunkenness 113–14
Dryden, John 1, 452
Dugan, Holly 309
Dusinberre, Juliet 41n12, 407n28
early modern crime 70, 71–8
ecocriticism, see green world
ecology, see green world
economy 122–33
and comic closure 122–5
debt/credit 124–5
economy of obligation 124–5
flow/overflow 126–32
Edelman, Lee 298
Edmondes, Thomas 553
Edwards, Richard 62
Edzard, Christine 472, 477, 478
Egerton, Stephen 107
Eisenstein, Elizabeth 395
Elam, Keir 12n45, 409n33, 433n18
elite culture: and popular culture 27–30
Elizabeth I, Queen of England 184, 200
Religious Settlement 106–7
and succession 211–12
Elizabeth (Bess) of Hardwick, Countess of Shrewsbury 522–3. See also Hardwick Hall
Ellington, Duke 447
Ellinson, Lucy 467, 468
Elliott, J. H. 533
Elyot, Thomas 203–4
enargeia 507, 508
encounters 4–9
Enterline, Lynn 506, 507
epic poetry 33
epistemology: architecture and 343–6
epistolary complaint poetry 509
Erasmus, Desiderius 362, 395–7
Erickson, Amy Louise 338n26
Erickson, Peter 181–2
Erne, Lukas 26
eroticism 281–96
homoeroticism 242, 286, 289, 295, 309–10
Twelfth Night 288–96
The Two Gentlemen of Verona 285–6
Espinosa, Ruben 172n2
Evanthius 92
exorcisms 528
fabliaux 57, 67
Fairbanks, Douglas 482
Fair Em (anon) 93, 99
Farjeon, Herbert 415
Fickman, Andy 448
Field, Richard 70
Fierecilla Domada, La (film) 476
first contact narratives 529–33
First Folio 26, 64, 96
Catalogue 2, 3f, 9
classification of plays 87–8
Fischlin, Daniel 439
Fisher, R. M. 533
Fitzpatrick, Tim 527
Fletcher, Giles 531
Fletcher, John 259, 440–1, 532
Floyd-Wilson, Mary 178–9, 226n13, 511n16
Fludd, Robert 216
folk practice: and comedy 217–18
Fontane, Lynn 446
Forker, Charles 69n2
Fortier, Mark 439
Fortune playhouse, Cripplegate 22
Foucault, Michel 163–4
Foucheux, Rick 434–5
Freed, Amy 451
Freedman, Barbara 11n44
French, Marilyn 288n12
Frye, Northrop 11, 38–9, 162–3, 250
Fudge, Erica 368
Fulbecke, William 265
Fuller, Nicholas 549
Fulton, Thomas 108
Furdell, Elizabeth Lane 177
Galbraith, David 92
Games, Alison 7
Gardner, Lyn 467
Garrard, Greg 251
Garrick, David 444, 453
Gascoigne, George 33, 50
Gelli, Giovanni Battista 363n9
Gemelos Alboratafos, Los (musical) 447
Geneva Bible 106
genre
concept of 87–8
invention of 55–9
Geoffrey of Monmouth 65
geography 153–70
and agency 168–70
dialectics of comic geography 162–4
globes 153, 155f
Italy 153, 155–62
geohumouralism 178–9
Gesta Grayorum 531
Get Over It (teen comedy) 475
Giese, Loreen 331–2
Gildon, Charles 442
Gillette, Kyle 379–80
Gillies, John 154, 164
Giovenazzi, Edney 181
globes 153, 155f
Globe Theatre, Southwark 22, 23, 29, 524
Globe to Globe Festival 450–1
Godwin, Simon 183
Goldberg, Myra 448
Golding, Arthur 522
Gonzaga, Federigo II, Duke of Mantua 505
Gooden, Philip 449
Goodrich, Peter 274
Goodwin, Benny 447
Gordon, Alan 449
Gorski, Philip 114
Gossett, Suzanne 94
Gosson, Stephen 23, 92, 111, 240, 304
on music 316, 318
Gouge, William 148
Gower, John 59, 60–1
Granville, George (Lord Lansdowne) 442–3
Greenblatt, Stephen 6, 12n47, 177, 180, 226n12, 283, 290, 345
Greene, Gayle 12
Greene, Robert 58n12
Black Book’s Messenger 71
coney-catching pamphlets 71, 72–3, 74, 75, 76–7, 84
The Defence of Conny Catching 71
A Disputation between a Hee Conny-Catcher and a Shee Conny-Catcher 71, 84
Friar Bacon and Friar Bungay 93
Greene’s Groatsworth of Wit 69
A Notable Discouery of Coosenage 71, 72–3, 72f, 75, 76, 78
Pandosto 71
A Quip for an Upstart Courtier 79–80, 79f
The Second Part of Conny-Catching 71, 73n19, 76–7
Third and Last Part of Conny-Catching 71
Greene, Roland 4
Green, Jesse 183
green world 250–62, 520–35
in Anthropocene epoch 260–2
blue-green comedy 250–1, 253
end of comedy genre 533–5
first contact narratives 529–33
forests 254–7, 477–8
screen adaptations 477–81
sea setting 257–60
theatre and church 527–9
transition and transformation 521–6
grief 206–12, 213
Griffith, D. W. 481
Grise, Virginia 451
Guha, Dipika 451
Guilgud, John 461
Gurnis, Musa 108
Gurr, Andrew 31, 97
Hakewill, George 396
Hall, Jonathan 11n44
Hall, Kim F. 175–6, 181–2
Hall, Peter 477
Hamlet 5, 21, 36–7, 152, 179, 196, 213, 214, 316, 405, 527
Haraway, Donna 261
Harbage, Alfred 31
Hardwick Hall 144f, 522–4, 523f, 532
Harlan, Susan 307
Harman, Thomas 71–2
Harrison, John 70 (p. 562)
Harrison, Robert Pogue 254
Hart, Lorenz 447
Harvey, Gabriel 33
Hawes, Clement 6
Hawke, Simon 448–9
Haynes, Jo 452
Hazlitt, William 453
Heal, Felicity 107n3, 389–90
Hedley, Philip 447
Heidegger, Martin 244
Heinze, Eric 267n18
Helgerson, Richard 31
Hellberg, Martin 474
Heminges, John 26
Henderson, Lauren 449
1 Henry IV 5, 118
Henry V 195–6, 197, 229
Henryson, Robert 64
Henslowe, Philip 62, 384
heritage tragedies 485
Herodotus 177
heroines/female characters 328–41
Hess, Nigel 192–3, 457
heterotopias 163–4
Heywood, Thomas 92
An Apology for Actors 25, 58, 112, 239
A Woman Killed with Kindness 344, 346
Higlett, Simon 192–3, 457, 459
Higson, Andrew 459, 462
Hipólito, Leila 447
Hiscock, Andrew 191
historical (new) formalism 428
history plays: humour in 196–7
Hitz, Dave 451
Hobbes, Thomas 362–3, 369–70
Hobgood, Allison 227
Hoby, Thomas 159, 160, 203
Hodgdon, Barbara 51
Hoffman, Michael 472, 474–5, 477, 478
Hogarth Shakespeare 449–50
Holinshed, Raphael 65
homoeroticism 242, 286, 289, 295
female homoeroticism 309–10
male homoeroticism 310
Hooks, Adam 70nn5, 8&9
Hopkins, Lisa 12–13
Horace (Quintus Horatius Flaccus) 538
Howard, Alan 461
Howard, Jean 7, 12, 289, 308, 428
Howes, Edmund 28
humoral theory 220–34
elements and humours 223t
humours comedy 220, 228–32
melancholy 224
nature of 221–5
and selfhood 225–8, 243–4
humours comedy 220, 228–32
Hunter, G. K. 96, 97
Hunter, R. G. 109
Hunt, Maurice 109–10, 149, 268
Husserl, Edmund 244
Hutcheon, Linda 439, 440–1
Hutson, Lorna 270n25
Innes, Paul 195
Institution of a Gentleman, The 203–4
Iovino, Serenella 261
Ireland 202, 265, 520
Italy 153, 155–62
Ivers, David 451
Iyengar, Sujata 174
Jackson, Russell 462
Jacobi, Derek 461
Jacobson, Howard 450
James I and VI, King of England and Scotland 276, 277, 278, 521, 547, 549
James, Heather 515, 516
Jardine, Lisa 289
Jefford, Barbara 52
Jenkinson, Anthony 531
Jensen, Ejner 11n44, 122n2, 126n18, 133n35, 302n17
Jensen, Phebe 11n43, 56n2, 113, 163
jesters 23, 55
Johnson, Charles 441, 443, 444
Jones, Ann Rosalind 216, 383
Jones, Richard 81
Jong, Erica 448
Jonson, Ben 25, 32, 92, 100, 412, 526, 538
The Alchemist 89, 111
Bartholomew Fair 89, 111
Catiline 405
Eastward Ho! 31
Epicoene 89, 526 (p. 563)
Every Man In His Humour 228
Every Man Out of His Humour 90, 229–32, 526
humours comedy 220, 228, 229
The Isle of Dogs 31
poetomachia (Poets’ War) 30
Volpone 226–7
Jorgens, Elise Bickford 313n1
Jorgensen, Paul 194
Jowett, John 87
Julius Caesar 413
Junger, Gil 448
Kahn, Coppélia 500
Kairschner, Shawn 436
Kapil, Aditi Brennan 451
Kean, Charles 453
Kean, Edmund 382
Kearney, James 393
Kelly, Carla 449
Kemp, William 22–3
Kendal, Felicity 460
Kent, Charles 471
Kenyon, Sam 467
Kesson, Andy 303
Keyishian, Harry 473
Kidnie, Margaret Jane 435n22, 439–40
kinds, human and non-human 358–72
community membership 369–72
cross-species bonding 367–9, 370
exposure 359–64, 365–6
moralizing on 364–7
King Lear 30, 196, 218, 363, 528, 535
King’s Men 22, 27–8, 29
Kinney, Arthur F. 493n15
Kirkman, Francis 452
Kiss Me, Kate (musical) 446, 447, 473–4
Knapp, Jeffrey 34
Korda, Natasha 13, 334–5
Kornstein, Daniel 269n21, 270n23, 273n29
Kostic, Veslin 530
Krieger, Murray 220
Kumar, Kishore 447
Kyd, Thomas 32, 91
Lacy, John 441
LaGuardia, Eric 109n8
Lake, Peter 113
Lampe, J. F. 453
Lampert, Lisa 498
language
aggression of 179–81
of plague and pestilence 214
Laroque, François 163, 168
Latour, Bruno 261
laughter 411–25
Measure for Measure 418–22
Much Ado about Nothing 422–5
Twelfth Night 415–18
Ledger, Heath 448
Lees-Jeffries, Hester 207, 217
legal culture 263–79
common law 264–7, 269, 270–2, 274–9
Leggatt, Alexander 88, 92, 167
Lemnius, Levinus 434
Leo Africanus 177
Leslie, John 535
letters 377, 378–9, 383–9, 398–404, 508–13
All’s Well That Ends Well 402
As You Like It 402, 403
epistolary complaint poetry 509
letter-writing manuals 508
love letters, limits of 401–4
love letters, mocking of 409–10
Love’s Labour’s Lost 384, 387–9, 401–2, 403, 510, 518
The Merchant of Venice 402–3
The Merry Wives of Windsor 409–10
Much Ado about Nothing 403–4
Twelfth Night 387, 409
The Two Gentlemen of Verona 384, 385–7, 398–401, 402, 509–13
letter-writing manuals 508
Levant Company 530
Leveridge, Richard 443, 452–3
Levinas, Emmanuel 247–8
Levine, Laura 12
Levith, Murray J. 160
Lin, Erika 381
Lindley, David 316nn12&13, 320n24
Linke, Uli 188
Little, Arthur 183
Lloyd, Lodowick 535
Locatelli, Angela 163 (p. 564)
Lodge, Thomas 92
Defence of Poetry 304
Rosalynde 40, 65, 71, 408
Loewenstein, Joseph 8
Lord Chamberlain’s Men 22–3, 27–8, 29
Lo Savio, Gerolamo 484
Love’s Labour’s Lost 26, 101–2, 105, 121
borders 185
domestic sphere 139–40
endings 30
influence of Chaucer 61
letters 384, 387–9, 401–2, 403, 510, 518
medieval sources 61, 67
New Comedy and 36–7
and Ovidian narratives 504
place and being 165, 166
race 180, 183, 185
religious culture 120
and satire 83–4
and topical references 193n3
warfare 192–4, 202
Love’s Labour’s Won 193, 457, 458f
Lowe, Kate 182
Luhrmann, Baz 475
Lunt, Alfred 446
Lupton, Julia Reinhard 129n26, 130n29
Luscombe, Christopher 192–3, 458
Luther, Martin 106, 362, 396
Lydgate, John 57, 59, 65
Lyly, John 32, 86, 93–7
Campaspe 93, 94, 95
children’s plays 78
Endymion 93, 94, 95
Gallathea (Galatea) 32, 93, 94, 97, 402
Love’s Metamorphosis 93, 94, 96, 97
Midas 93, 95
and A Midsummer Night’s Dream 526
Mother Bombie 93
Sappho and Phao 93, 94, 96–7
The Woman in the Moon 93, 94
Macbeth 196, 405
MacCulloch, Diarmaid 115
McDonald, Russ 120, 461, 462
Macdonald, Virginia L. 73
McEachern, Claire 42n13
Machiavelli, Niccolò 200, 201f
MacLean, Sally-Beth 100
McMillin, Scott 100
McSweeny, Ethan 435
madness 431–4
magic 110
Maguire, Laurie 282n3
Makacs Kata (film) 476
Makrancos hölgy (film) 476
Malone, Edmond 48, 49
Malory, Thomas 154
Mandeville, John 155, 177
Manningham, John 33–4
Māori Merchant of Venice (film) 484–5
maps/mapmaking 153, 154–5, 154f
Marcus, Sharon 300n9
Marks, Jonathan 174
Marlowe, Christopher 32, 94
and As You Like It 526
Doctor Faustus 91, 95, 524, 528
Edward II 524
The Jew of Malta 448
Tamburlaine 91
Marotti, Arthur 107
Marowitz, Charles 447–8
Marprelate Controversy 78, 81
marriage 496–500
As You Like It 113
The Comedy of Errors 110, 165
Measure for Measure 131, 132
The Merchant of Venice 489–90
Marston, John 26, 30, 405
Martindale, Charles 38
Martin, Randall 527
Mary Magdalene 60
Maslen, R. W. 304
Massumi, Brian 123, 125
Masten, Jeffrey 4, 286
Master of the Revels 30
Matthews, Andrew 448
May games 55
McLintock! (Western comedy) 476
Measure for Measure 66, 114, 115
adaptations 441, 442, 445, 447–8, 451, 481
appetite 128–9
audience 418–22
bed-trick 5n11, 52, 278, 288, 420, 422, 481
and capitalism 123–4 (p. 565)
coining 129–30
collaboration on 123n7
economy, representation of 126–33
encounters 5
humoral theory 228
laughter 418–22
legal culture 266–7, 275–9
marriage 131, 132
medieval sources 66
music 314, 323
place and being 165, 170
as problem comedy 537, 545–8
race 183
rape 130, 420
religious culture 108, 114
review of 2004 performance 412
rulers in 540–1
Theatre for a New Audience production 183
writing 405
Meckler, Nancy 466
Meeker, Joseph 251–2
melancholy 224
memory 212–18
arts of 212–17
and religious practices 217–18
remembering 208–9
memory theatres 215–16
Menon, Madhavi 298
Mentz, Steve 233
Merchant of Venice, The
adultery 496–500
Alien statute 272–3
borders 186–8
caricature 178, 179
conversions 118
cross-dressing 290
domestic sphere 143–4
female economic authority in 332, 334–6
household, representation of 136–7
influence of Lyly 32
legal culture 266–7, 269–75
letters 402–3
marriage 489–90
medieval sources 59, 67, 272, 273
place and being 156, 158, 161–2, 164, 165, 166
race 178, 179, 180, 181, 183, 186–8
racism 173
religious culture 116–17, 118
rulers in 539
senses 247–8
Meres, Francis 1, 101
Merleau-Ponty, Maurice 244–5
Merry Conceited Humours of Bottom the Weaver, The (droll) 441, 452
Merry Wives of Windsor, The 197
adaptations 443, 445, 447, 450–1
adultery 500–3
architecture 346–7
coney-catching 84
domestic sphere 145, 147
humoral theory 229
letters 409–10
medieval sources 56, 67
music 315, 320
New Comedy and 37, 49–50
place and being 165–6, 169
prostitution/meretrix 43, 44–5
race 180–1
rape 49–50
setting 24
warfare 202
metamorphosis 161, 162–3, 167 (see also transformations)
Middleton, Thomas 30
Midsummer Night’s Dream, A 24, 25, 76, 119–20
borders 185–6
conversions 119
domestic sphere 139, 141–2, 143
exposure 365–6
as first contact narrative 529
forest setting 255–6, 365–7
green world 520, 525
human/non-human beings 365–7
humoral theory 227–8
influence of Chaucer 61–3
and Lyly 526
medieval sources 56, 59, 61–3
music 324
and nostalgia 463–9
place and being 161, 162, 163, 165, 166, 168
race 180, 183, 185–6
rape 142, 465
religious culture 119
rulers in 539, 540
senex iratus character 39–40
Shakespeare’s Globe production 464–6, 467, 468
stage space 430–1, 432
transition and transformation 521, 522
2012 STC production 435–6
2016 RSC production 466–8
warfare 204
Midsummer Night’s Rave, A (teen comedy) 475
Midsummer Night’s Sex Comedy, A (film) 454
military conflict 190–204
early modern literature on 197–201
modern literature on 194–5
modern performances 192–4, 195–6
standing armies 198, 201–2
Miller, James 444
Mincoff, Marco 94, 96
Miola, Robert S. 69n1, 302n19, 303n23
miracles 209
Miranda, Carmen 178
Molière (Jean-Baptiste Poquelin) 444
Molyneux, Emery 153
Molyneux Globe 155f
Monks, Aoife 380, 382–3
Montaigne, Michel de 176–7, 368, 396, 520
Morice, James 539
Morley, Sheridan 461, 462
Morton, Timothy 128, 260–1
Moshinsky, Elijah 460, 463
Moulton, Ian Frederick 398
Mountford, Fiona 457, 458
mourning 206–12, 213
Mucedorus 93, 98–9
Much Ado about Nothing 97, 460f, 518
architecture/doors and windows 348–9
audience 422–5
borders 185
domestic sphere 144–5
and Downton Abbey 455–63
Edwardian setting 456–9
encounters 4–5
eroticism 288
laughter 422–5
letters 403–4
Machiavellianism 160
medieval sources 59, 66, 67
music 314, 315, 319, 324
New Comedy and 37
and nostalgia 455–63
and Ovidian narratives 504, 511, 512
place and being 156, 157, 158, 160, 162, 165, 166–7, 169
queer comedy 306–11
race 183
Raj setting 460–3
religious culture 117, 118–19
senex iratus character 41–3
warfare 192–4
writing 406–7
Muldrew, Craig 124–5
Mullaney, Stephen 24
Mumby, Jonathan 464
music 313–27
and comedic (ir)resolution 323–5
diversity of response to 325–7
instruments 315–16
The Merchant of Venice 315, 317–20, 326–7
speculative/practical music 316
Twelfth Night 314, 315, 316, 320–3
musicals 446–7, 473–4
music as symbol 313–16
narrative comedy 471
Nashe, Thomas 24, 84, 158
Neely, Carol Thomas 289, 433–4
Nelson, Thomas 71
Never Been Kissed (teen comedy) 475
New Comedy 36–7, 544
masks 38, 43
prostitution/meretrix 43–7
rape 38, 48–52, 53
senex iratus 38–43
new (historical) formalism 428
New Historicism 427
Newington Butts playhouse, Newington 22
Newman, Karen 12
Nicholas of Cusa 153
Nicholl, Charles 83
Northbrooke, John 23
Norton, Thomas 521
nostalgia 455–69
A Midsummer Night’s Dream and 463–9
Much Ado about Nothing and 455–63
Nothing Much To Do (web series) 486
Novelli, Ermete 484
novels 448–50
Nunn, Trevor 474–5, 480
Old Comedy 537–8, 541–4
Olivier, Laurence 448
Olot Palot (TV series) 476
Omanbala, Chu 468
Omerod, Nick 463
operas 441–2, 442f, 443f, 452–3
Opperman, Serpil 261
Oregon Shakespeare Festival: ‘Play on!’ initiative 451–2
Origen (Origen Adamantius) 491n4
Orlin, Lena Cowen 331, 347–8
Ortiz, Joseph 314
Othello 36–7, 48–9, 67, 173, 196, 344–5, 377
Ours Et La Poupée, L’ (film) 476
Ovid (Publius Ovidius Naso)
Ars Amatoria 516–17
Heroides 51, 508, 509, 512–13, 515–16
Metamorphoses 505, 518
rhetorical practices 507–8
Ovidian narratives 504–18
Love’s Labour’s Lost 504
Much Ado about Nothing 504, 511, 512
Ovid Room, Palazzo Te 505–6
The Taming of the Shrew 504, 506–7, 513–17
The Two Gentlemen of Verona 504, 509–13
Oxford’s Boys 32
Pagden, Anthony 6, 8
Palazzo Te: Ovid Room 505–6
Palmer, Daryl W. 531–2
Papp, Joseph 47
Paracelsus (Theophrastus von Hohenheim) 124
Park, Clara Claiborne 328
Parker, Charles H. 184
Paster, Gail Kern 221n2, 226n13, 230n21, 511n16
patronage 27, 28, 55
Patterson, Annabel 31
Paul’s Boys 32
Peat, Derek 430n10
Peele, George 93, 99
Pellegrini, Ann 309
Pentland, Elizabeth 532, 534, 535
Pequigney, Joseph 528
Pericles 37, 59–60, 66, 67–8
Petrarchism 281–2, 290, 291
phenomenology 244, 245
Phillips, Kim M. 5
Piccolomini, Alessandro 158
Pickford, Mary 482
Pico della Mirandola, Giovanni 363
Pierce, Karen F. 48
Piñiero, Matias 486
Piper, Tom 466
place and being 152–70
dialectics of comic geography 162–4
geography and agency 168–70
Italy 153, 155–62
as magical 153–5
regulative/protean worlds 164–8
world off-stage 170
Plato 241
Platter, Thomas 8n31, 23–4
Plautus, Titus Maccius 36, 37–8, 101
Amphitryo/Amphitryon 33, 43, 90
Bacchides 38
Menaechmi 33, 43–4, 60, 75n25, 101, 212, 267, 493
Miles Gloriosus 43, 44, 46, 47
senex iratus 38–9
Truculentus 43
Play On! (musical) 447
plays: licensing 24, 31
Pliny the Elder 360–1, 362 (p. 568)
Plotinus 241
poetomachia (Poets’ War) 30
Pollard, Tanya 226, 227
Poole, Kristen 152, 153
popular culture: and elite culture 27–30
Porter, Cole 447
Porter, Margaret 449
Posner, Aaron 434–5
Posner, Richard 269n21
Postema, Gerald 266
Powell, Dick 474
Prague School 379
Praise of Musicke, The (attrib. Case) 315, 316, 319
Pratt, Mary Louise 5–6
Praz, Mario 160
preservation 206–18
grief/mourning 206–12, 213
memory, arts of 212–17
religious belief and 217–18
primogeniture 330–1
Princess of France, The (film) 486
printing 395–410
books 395–7
Prior, Mary 331
problem comedies 537–53
All’s Well That Ends Well 537, 548–53
Measure for Measure 537, 545–8
rulers and comedy 538–41
Troilus and Cressida 537, 541–4
tyranny 545–8
wardships 549–53
prose adaptations 444–6, 448–50
prosopopoeia 507–8
prostitution/meretrix 43–7
Prynne, William 239–40
Ptolemy 153, 154f
Pugliatti, Paola 194
puppet plays 447
Purcell, Henry 441–2, 442f, 443f, 452
Purchase, Bruce 40
Puttenham, George 8, 9, 538, 539
Quabeck, Franziska 195
Queen’s Men 100, 523
queer comedy 298–311
capaciousness of comedy 300–2
capaciousness of queer 299–300
queer-comic procedures 306–11
Quintilian (Marcus Fabius Quintilianus) 507
race 172–89
caricature and humour 176–9
definitions of 173–6
global vs local 183–9
language, aggression of 179–81
whiteness 181–3
racism 173, 175–6, 179
Radford, Michael 485
Ragusa (Dubrovnik) 530, 532
rape 367, 448
Cymbeline 437
Measure for Measure 130, 420
The Merry Wives of Windsor 49–50
A Midsummer Night’s Dream 142, 465
Much Ado About Nothing 349
New Comedy 38, 48–52, 53
Palazzo Te paintings 505
The Taming of the Shrew 282, 283
The Two Gentlemen of Verona 286, 367n16, 481, 513, 518
Rape of Lucrece, The 61, 70
Rauch, Bill 451
R. D. 529–30
reception theory 53
Records of Early English Drama project 427
Red Lion playhouse, Mile End 22
Reformation 110–11
Refutation of the Apology for Actors (I. G.) 304
Reinhardt, Max 474, 477–8
religious culture 105–21
comedy and religious doctrine 108–10
conversions 117–21
reformation of manners 113–15
religion in Shakespeare’s England 106–7
religious outsiders 116–17
theatre and religious festivity 110–13
Renaissance Theatre Company 463
Reynolds, Frederic 453
Rhodes, Neil 84
Rhys-Davies, John 40
Rice, Emma 464, 465
Richard II 444
Richard III 197
Richardson, Brian 395n1
Rich, Barnabe 33n35, 34, 198, 199, 200–1, 203 (p. 569)
Roach, Joseph P. 238–9
Robson, Frederick 446
Rodgers, Richard 447
romances 57, 58–9
Romeo and Juliet 281n2
Root, Amanda 47
Roper, Amelia 451
Rose playhouse, Southwark 22
Rowe, Katherine 226, 511n16
Rowley, William 532
Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC) 382, 466–8
rudeness 146, 148
Russell Brown, John 88
Russia 531–2
Rutter, Carol Chillington 379
Rylance, Mark 413, 418, 421–2
Sackville, Thomas 521
St German, Christopher 264
Samsonov, Samson 474
Sanders, Eve Rachelle 402
satire 30, 31, 70, 71, 78–84
Savage, Lee 435
Schneider, Gary 508
Schoch, Richard 446nn11, 12, 13, 14&15
Schwarz, Kathryn 13
Scholasticism 245
Scott-Warren, Jason 524, 525
screen adaptations 447, 454, 470–86
animated films 476–7
film genre and 473–7
future of 486
green world 477–81
heritage tragedies 485
The Merchant of Venice 484–5
musicals 473–4
The Taming of the Shrew 481–3
teen films 448, 472, 475–6, 483
verbal humour 471–2
Sedgwick, Eve Kosofsky 299–300
selfhood
The Comedy of Errors 232–4
ethics of 248
and humoral theory 225–8, 243–4
Selwyn, Don 484–5
Sen noci svatojánské (film) 447, 476
senses 236–48
ethics of sensation 246–8
problem of sensation 237–42
promise of sensation 242–6
Protestant religious culture and 240–1
Settle, Elkanah 452
Shakespeare, John 70
Shakespeare’s Globe 464–5
Shakespeares letzte Runde (TV film) 486
Shakespeare Theatre Company (STC) 435–6
Shaughnessy, Robert 466
Shepard, Alan 194–5
Sherley, Anthony 532
Sherley, Robert 532
Sherley, Thomas 532
She’s the Man (teen film) 448, 475–6
Shrew That! (web series) 486
Siddons, Sarah 461
Sidney, Philip 9, 57, 98, 99, 161
silent films 471–2, 481–2
Sinden, Donald 460–1, 463
Singer, Marilyn 449
Singh, Jyotsnah 7
situational comedy 471
Slade’s Case 265n6, 272
Slater, Niall W. 38
Smith, Adam 125
Smith, Bruce R. 194
Smith, Danielle Taana 188
Smith, Emma 10
Smith, Ian 181, 182
Smith, J. C. 453
Smith, John 532
Smith, Peter J. 412, 464
Smythe, John 198–9
Sofer, Andrew 380, 381, 390, 393
Sokol, B. J. 270n22
Solberg, Emma Maggie 492
Soliman and Perseda (attrib. Kyd) 405
Somogyi, Nick de 194
Sonnets 25
souls
Aristotle on 240, 245
organic/triple souls 225, 227
Sousa, Geraldo U. de 7
spectatorship 432–3, 437
Spenser, Edmund 33, 66, 154, 164
Spinosa, Charles 265n6 (p. 570)
stage properties 377–94
body parts 383
costumes and 383
cultural approach to 381
human remains 382
phenomenological approach to 381
semiotic approach to 379–81, 393
and Shakespeare’s stage 379–84
Tchaikowsky’s skull 382
See also letters; rings
stage space 426–38
The Comedy of Errors 429–30, 431
contemporary theatre 434–8
Cymbeline 436–7
doors 429–30
A Midsummer Night’s Dream 430–1, 432
(re)presentation of 427–9
Twelfth Night 433–5
vision and madness 431–4
walls 430–2, 433
Stallybrass, Peter 216, 383
Stavreva, Kirilka 180
STC (Shakespeare Theatre Company) 435–6
Steevens, George 423
Stevenson, Juliet 47
Stewart, Alan 378, 384, 385, 410
Stewart, Patrick 414
Stiles, Julia 448
stock characters
meretrix 43–7
senex iratus 38–43
Stone, Lawrence 331
Strachey, William 532–3
Strange Magic (animated film) 477
Strier, Richard 110
Stubbes, Philip 9–10, 111, 238, 239
Styan, J. L. 427
succession 210–12
All’s Well That Ends Well 210–12
Elizabeth I and 211–12
sueño de una noche de San Juan, El (animated film) 477
Sullivan, Garrett 212, 216
Supple, Tim 465, 466
Suzman, Janet 461
Suzuki, Mihoko 13n49, 310
Swan playhouse, Southwark 22
Swingin’ the Dream (musical) 447
Takahashi, Yasunari 44
Talfourd, Francis 446
Taming of the Shrew, The 77–8, 83, 86, 87, 114, 518
architecture 351–6
community membership 370–2
coney-catching 74, 76, 77
domestic sphere 137, 138–9, 140, 141, 144, 149, 150
eroticism 281–5
humoral theory 222
laughter 412–13
medieval sources 55–6
New Comedy and 37, 50–1
Ovidian narratives 504, 506–7, 513–17
place and being 157–8, 160–1, 162, 165, 166, 169
rape 282, 283
and satire 81, 82
Tandy, Philip 26n19
Tangata Whai Rawa O Weniti, Te (film) 447
Tannock, Stuart 469
Tatum, Channing 448
Taunton, Nina 194
Taylor, Elizabeth 482
Taylor, Gary 69n2
Taylor, Sam 471–2, 482
Tchaikowsky, André 382
Teague, Fran 446
teen comedies 448, 475–6
Tempest, The 37, 441
10ml Love (Bollywood film) 486
10 Things I Hate About You (teen film) 448, 472, 475, 483
Tennant, David 382
Terence (Publius Terentius Afer) 36, 37–8, 88–90
Adelphoe 40–1, 88
Eunuchus 43, 48–50, 88–9
Heauton Timorumenos 38, 88, 89, 101
Hecyra 43, 52
senex iratus 38–9
Terry, Ellen 461
Teuta, Queen of Illyria 535
theatre
attacks on 111, 238–40
criticism of 23
professional theatre, rise of 22–7
publication of plays 26–7
public/private performances 30–4
and shame 25
Theatre playhouse, Shoreditch 22, 28
Theobald, Lewis 423
Thian, Valerie 449
Thomas, William 156–7, 158, 159
Thompson, Mark 463
Thoron, Elise 451
Tillyard, E. M. W. 108, 109, 541
Tiramani, Jenny 463
Titus Andronicus 173
tough love 504–18
early modern education and 507–9
letter writing 508–9
Ovid Room, Palazzo Te 505–6
The Taming of the Shrew 513–17
The Two Gentlemen of Verona 509–13
tragedy 91, 92, 196, 227
tragicomedy 30, 59, 260
transformations 168–9. See also metamorphosis
translations 450–1
Traub, Valerie 12, 289, 295
Tribble, Evelyn 216
Triumph Theatre Productions 463
Trnka, Jiří 447, 476
Troilus and Cressida 2, 231
influences on 64–5
medieval sources 59, 64–5
New Comedy and 38
as problem comedy 537, 541–4
prostitution/meretrix 38, 43, 45–7
Turner, Henry 255, 428
Twelfth Night 24, 111, 203, 231, 250
audiences 415–18
borders 185
Chichester Festival Theatre, 2008: 414
cross-dressing 202, 208, 290–5
domestic sphere 141, 142, 145–6
endings 30
eroticism 288–96
female economic authority in 332–4, 336
as first contact narrative 529–33
green world 520–1, 527–9
grief 206–7, 208
homoeroticism 295
influences on 32, 33–4
and Inns of Court 533, 534
and Jonson 526
laughter 415–18
letters 387, 409
medieval sources 56, 59
memory 212–14, 218
mourning 206–7
music 314, 315, 316, 320–3
New Comedy and 37, 50
Petrarchism 290, 291
place and being 152, 162, 166
preservation 206–7
recognition scene 294–5
remembrance 208
senses 238, 242, 243, 245, 246
setting 257–8, 533–4
stage space 433–5
theatre and church 527–9
transition and transformation 521–2, 524–5
2003 Folger production 434–5
warfare 202
Two Gentlemen of Verona, The
adaptations 444, 451, 481
cross-dressing 290
cross-species bonding 367–9
domestic sphere 141, 143
eroticism 285–6
forest setting 256, 369
green comedy 259–60, 261
influences on 32, 61
medieval sources 61, 66
music 325–6
and Ovidian narratives 504, 509–13
place and being 156, 160, 161, 165, 169 (p. 572)
race 180, 183
rape 286, 367n16, 481, 513, 518
warfare 204
women managing inheritance 337, 339–41
writing and wooing 397–8
Two Noble Kinsmen, The 59, 60, 63, 66, 259–60
Tyler, Anne 449
Ulta Palta (film) 476
unfaithfulness 66–7
van Es, Bart 33
Venus and Adonis 70
verbal comedy 471
vernacular comedy 56–7
Vico, Giambattista 154
Viola (film) 486
Vives, Juan Luis 138
Wager, William 91
Wallace, Michelle 182
Wall, Wendy 135n1, 207–8, 209
wardships 549–53
Warner, William 65, 75n25
water memory 206
Wayne, John 476
Webbe, William 542
Webster, T. B. L. 38
Weimann, Robert 428–9
Weisberg, Richard 269n21
Were the World Mine (musical) 474, 475, 476
Wesker, Arnold 448
Whedon, Joss 480–1
Whelan, Peter 454
Whetstone, George 98
Whitehead, Anne 214
Whitehorne, Peter 200
Whitty, Jeff 451
Whitworth, Charles 212
Whyman, Erica 466
Wickham, Glynne 200
Wilder, Josh 451
Wilder, Lina Perkins 216
Wilkins, George 532
Williams, Emlyn 448
William Shakespeare’s Romeo + Juliet (teen comedy) 475
Williams, Raymond 469
Wilson, John Dover 94
Wilson, Richard 532
Wilson, Robert 93, 99
Wilson, Thomas 549
Windholz, Jordan 311
Winiarski, Catherine 492, 499
Winterson, Jeanette 444
Winter’s Tale, The 67, 358–61, 377, 393, 444
witchcraft 110
Wolfe, John 79, 157
Wolf, Joan 449
women 328–41
economic lives of early modern women 329–32
female economic authority 332–6
inheritance 330–2
managing inheritance 337–41
paid/unpaid work 330
Woodes, Nathaniel 91
Woolf, Virginia 448
Wotton, Henry 158
Wright, Thomas 432
writing
love letters, limits of 401–4
love letters, mocking of 409–10
reading and writing as metaphors 404–9
and wooing 397–401
Wroth, Robert 553
Wyatt, Michael 157
Yachnin, Paul 4, 34, 468
Young, B. A. 461
Zeffirelli, Franco 472, 482
Žižek, Slavoj 308–9
Zupančič, Alenka 17, 305, 306, 309, 311