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(p. 649) Index

(p. 649) Index

Absolutely Fabulous311
Accursius, Bonus304
Achmet, Sultan334
Ackroyd, Peter90
actresses553–70
Addison, Joseph489, 492
Adelphi (Terence)300
Adorno, Theodor490
Aebischer, Pascale211
Aesopian fable23
affective drama489–91
Africa Centre399
Agamben, Giorgio18
An Age of Kings (BBC)19, 50
An Alarum Against Usurers (Lodge)288
Albee, Edward15
Albovine, King of the Lombards (Davenant)172–3
The Alchemist (Jonson)301
Aleman, Mateo536
alienation421–3
allegory59–60, 526, 543–4
‘L’Allegro’ (Milton)443
Allestree, Richard320
All's Lost by Lust (Rowley)538
All's Well that Ends Well (Shakespeare)194–5, 266
almanacs5, 17, 20, 22–3, 316–21, 324
Althusser, Louis265
Alwes, Derek296
ambiguity350
Amores (Ovid)83
Amphitruo (Plautus)299–300
anachronism55
Anatomy of Abuses (Stubbes)591
Anderson, Benedict52
Andoh, Adjoa505
Anglo, Sydney314
animals325–7
Ann Twice, her Book88
Antipodes (Brome)305
Antonio and Melinda (Marston)99
Antony and Cleopatra (Shakespeare)190, 390, 444
sex and fear398
Anything for a Quiet Life (Middleton & Webster)307, 310, 461
and almanacs22, 318
and foreign languages538–9, 541
inconsistency531–2
servants307
The Apartment (Wilder)551
An Apologie of Raymond Sebond (Montaigne)327
An Apology for Actors (Heywood)490
Arabia Sitiens (Percy)70
Arbor of Amorous Devices (Breton)522
Arcola Theatre229–31, 234
Arditi, Jorge377, 378
Arditti, Jake505, 515
Arendt, Hannah42
Aretino, Pietro309, 535
Ariosto, Lodovico301
Aristotle8, 49, 51, 53, 267, 286, 292, 298, 488, 491, 493
arithmetic524–5, 526
Arnott, Peter398
Arte of English Poesie (Puttenham)131, 141
Asinaria (Plautus)307
Astington, John H.26
Aston Hall554–5
Astrophel and Stella (Sidney)316, 522
audience4–5, 9–10, 15, 37, 39–40, 43, 590–1, 592, 595, 598
composition5, 100
size98
Augustine, St8
Aulularia (Plautus)299
Austin, J. L.285
Ayckbourn, Alan111
Bacon, Francis391
Badiou, Alain349
(p. 650) Baer, Ronni6
Bailey, Amanda590
Baillie, John492
baiting488–9
Bakhtin, Mikhail M.304, 453
Bale, John371
Il ballarino (Caroso)134, 139, 140
Balzac, Honoré de15
Bandello, Matteo535, 537
Barker, Richard Hindry347–8, 349
Barker, Roberta487, 500
Barroll, J. Leeds438
Bartholomew Fair (Jonson)167
Bate, Jonathan13, 47
Baudelaire, Charles15
bawdy544, 548–9
Bayley, John190, 193, 194
BBC50
Beaumont and Fletcher70, 169, 172, 177
Beaumont, Francis490
Beckett, Samuel393
Bedroom Farce (Ayckbourn)111
beds203–4
Beeston's Boys164, 165, 167, 172, 177
The Beheading of St John the Baptist (Caravaggio)8
Bell, John53
Belleau, Remy309
Bene, Giulio del298–9
Benjamin, Walter59–60, 96, 363
Bennett, Susan217, 221, 224
Berens, Bradley S.332
Berger, Jesse553, 554, 561–2, 567
Bergeron, David528, 530
Bernhardt, Sarah553
Bernstein, Leonard229
Bible44, 286, 348, 355, 420, 519, 521, 522
Bibles316–17, 324
biblical exegesis249
Billington, Michael229
Bird, Theophilus170
The Black Book (Middleton)4, 13, 149, 247, 314
clothing and temptation602
demonic interests427–9
intertextuality183
language262
Nashe's influence315, 319
and theatre181
Blackfriars, Liberty of590
Blackfriars playhouse99, 167, 169, 170, 198, 199, 331, 589–90, 594–7, 599, 602
Blair, Tony63, 217, 221
A Blancke and perpetuall almanac (Purfoote)317
Blight, David502
Blockheads106, 214
Blond, Philip424
The Bloody Banquet (Dekker and Middleton)164, 172, 179, 333
dumb show335, 344
emotional effects496
and imagination522–3
Blount, Edward70–1
Blue Velvet (Lynch)210
Bly, Mary15
Boccaccio301, 410, 493, 537, 581
Bodin, Jean158, 315
Bolton, John132
Bon, Ottavio334
Bond, Edward15, 48
The Bondman (Massinger)3, 289
Bones, Ken505
Bonet, Juan Pablo333
The Book of Bulls165, 171
Book of the Courtier (Castiglione)269, 376–7
Bosch, Hieronymus199
Bourdieu, Pierre4, 377, 490, 491
Bowie, David509
Bradbrook, Muriel189, 190
Branagh, Kenneth211, 218
Brecht, Bertolt15, 52, 58, 230, 264, 278, 297–8, 390
Bretnor, Thomas17, 319, 320, 324
Breton, Nicholas522, 593
Breughel the Elder, Pieter199
Bridewell593–4
Briggs, Julia59, 62, 498, 499
Brittain, Stephanie504, 515–16
Brittin, Norman A.4, 347
The Broken Heart (Ford)137
Brome, Alexander172
Brome, Richard164, 166, 172, 174, 305
and dance138
(p. 651) Bromham, A. A.62, 138, 413
Brooke, Mr592
Brooke, Nicholas492–3
Brooks, Cleanth358
The Brothers Karamazov (Dostoevsky)421, 433
Brown, John Russell342
Brownstein, Oscar488–9
Bruster, Douglas142, 335
Bruzzi, Zara413
Bryson, Anna378, 490
Buc, Sir George53–4
Buccola, Regina14
Buckingham, Duke of132, 405, 415, 536, 546
Bullen, A. H.12
Bulwer, John331–2
Buontalenti, Bernardo491
Burke, Edmund492
Burnet, Thomas492
Burton, Robert151–2, 155
Butler, Martin166
Cabaret (Kander, Ebb, Masterhoff)230, 231, 239, 245
Cabras, Donatella511, 514, 516
Caccini, Giulio93
Caesar, Philip282
Calhoun, Craig41
Calvin, Jean424, 529
Calvinism8, 421, 424, 427, 519, 529, 532, 533
Cambridge Companion to Roman Satire297
camp432, 433–5
Campaspe (Lyly)70
Campion, Thomas70
Capital (Marx)22
Captivi (Plautus)299
Caravaggio6–8, 11
Cardenio (Shakespeare)411
The Cardsharps (Caravaggio)6–8, 11
Carlell, Lodowick169
Carlyle, Thomas48
The Carnal Professor (Bolton)132
Caroso, Fabritio134–5, 136, 139, 140
Carr, Robert, Earl of Somerset413
Carson, Rob449
Cartwright, William172
The Case is Altered (Jonson)305
Casina (Plautus)298, 299–300, 301, 303, 309
Cassaria (Ariosto)301
Cassini, Oleg588
Castiglione, Baldassare269, 376–7, 379–80, 381
category confusions537–8
Catullus3
Cavani, Liliana210
Cavendish, Michael71–2
Cavendish, William138
Cecchi, Giovanni Maria301
censorship1–2, 10
Game at Chess2, 10, 405
Microcynicon483
Certeau, Michel de29–30, 33, 37, 38, 324
Cervantes404, 410–11, 414–16, 535–7
Chakravorty, Swapan63, 184, 381, 412, 443, 571
Chamberlain, John100
Chamberlain, Robert165, 177–9
Chambers, E. K.438
The Changeling (Middleton & Rowley)5, 77, 138, 164, 165, 179, 210, 438, 529, 586
and film211, 221
as collaboration64
corruption581
court and countryside579
and dance140–1, 142–3
demonic character431
dumb show335
embodied passions156–63
emotional eclecticism487–8
as emotional experience499–500
glove scene135–6
influence of174–6
macrocosm/microcosm149–51
manners386–8
metaphors523–4, 528–9
moral inconsistency530
performances167, 487, 553, 554–5, 563–4
a personal view390–401
popularity171
Spanish theme404, 410, 411–14
spiritual seduction435
The Changeling (Stern)211
Chapman, Alison317
(p. 652) Chapman, George2, 4, 13, 202, 279, 492
and music80
and Plautus305
Charles I, King2, 164, 166, 331, 401, 404–6, 408, 414–15, 545, 546
Charney, Maurice191
Chartier, Roger25
A Chaste Maid in Cheapside (Middleton)438, 527, 528, 583, 586
bad faith584–6
bed203
clothing196–7
coal575
and commodities208
consumerism200
conversion427
Cupid song83–4, 86–7, 92
and dance133
disease582
dumb show335–6, 337
embodied passions148–9, 150–1, 152–5
and imagination518
incontinence456
language261, 477
and linguistic variety538
and London525, 530
and morality296, 302
and music65, 71–3, 74, 82
and Plautus307
printed165
scam298, 586
sex and pollution580–1
usury287, 293
Chaucer, Geoffrey15, 539
Chekhov, Anton15
Cheney, Dick63
chess44–45, 139, 523, 526
Chesterfield, Nick512
Children of the Chapel589
Children of the Revels166
children's companies98–100, 167, 398
Chion, Michel339, 344
Choyce Drollery77
Chronicles (Holinshed)55, 57
Churchill, Caryl52
Cicero377
Cinthio
170–2, 187–8, 267; see Giraldi, Giambattista city comedies
morality tradition379
role-playing378, 388
style258–9
and Timon189–91
The City of God (Augustine)8
The City Wit (Brome)166
civic entertainments and pageants2, 127–8, 164, 523, 571–5
Civil Disobedience (Thoreau)12
Civitas Londini (Norden)36
class warfare379
Classen, Constance574
Cleaver, Robert269
Cleland, James592
Clinton, Bill213, 217
Clinton, Hillary225
Clizia (Macchiavelli)301, 309
clothing196–209, 383, 588–603; see also costume
Cockayne, William571
Cockpit playhouse165, 166, 167, 169, 170, 174
Coeffeteau, Nicolas149–50
Cohen, Ralph183, 197, 200, 343–4
Coleridge, Samuel Taylor50, 51, 53
collaboration64, 68, 72, 78, 131
Collected Works (Middleton)13, 25, 48–9, 195, 443, 466, 467, 529
Collier, Jeremy10
Coloma, Carlos405, 546, 550
Colthurst, Edmund572
comedy and ethics296–311
Comedy of Errors (Shakespeare)305
commedia dell’arte135
commercial exchange525
community and danger360–2
Companion10, 13, 14, 25, 448
Compulsion (Harding)211, 221–5
Conceits, Clinches, Flashes and Whimzies (Chamberlain)165
Confessions (Augustine)8
Connor, Steven338–9
consumerism200, 289
consumption577, 579
continental connections61–2
Cook, Patrick J.512
Coombe Park202
Copjec, Joan212, 214, 217
(p. 653) Coriolanus (Shakespeare)190, 444
Cormack, Lesley38
Cornell, Joseph5
costume56–7, 138, 182–3, 186, 512, 514, 565–7, 597; see also clothing
Revenger's Tragedy512, 514
This by project102–3, 106–8
Cotgrave, John77
The Court of Conscience (West)599
courtesy376–8
courtly culture578–9
Covatta, Anthony442
Cowan, Elliott505, 514
Cox, Alex211, 218, 219, 220, 221
Crane, Ralph342
credit/debt445
crime391, 446–7, 473–4
Cropper, Elizabeth6
cross-dressing101–2, 177–8, 205–6
The Cruel Brother (Davenant)172–3
The Crying of Lot 49 (Pychnon) 432
The Cunning Lovers (Brome)172
Cunningham, J. P.132
cupid song65–6, 73, 87–8, 90
Cupid's Revenge (Beaumont & Fletcher)172
Curtis, Sue229–45
Cymbeline (Shakespeare)194
Cynthia's Revels (Jonson)80, 99
Cynthiosee Giraldi, Giambattista
Daadler, Joost487
Daileader, Celia236
The Damned (Visconti)210
dance68, 75, 130–6; see also masque
Revenger's Tragedy505–6, 508, 512, 514
and sexuality66, 74
and tragedy492
dance books133–4
Dannenberg, Hilary P.5
Danson, Lawrence298
Dante475
The Dark Knight230
Davenant, William166, 167, 172
early tragedies172–3
Macbeth435
David and Goliath (Caravaggio)8
Davis, Lennard332
Dawkins, Richard8
Dawson, Andrew491
De casibus virorum illustrium (Boccaccio)493
De officiis (Cicero)377
deafness332–3
‘Death’ (Hume)93–4
Death in Venice (Mann)432
Decameron (Boccaccio)301, 581
Dekker, Thomas12, 17
The Bloody Banquet164, 172, 174, 333
as collaborator13, 64, 247, 560
and deafness332–3
in debt287
Middleton's epistle to Dekker319
and plague477–8
sex and fine clothing602
Spanish Gypsy536
usury and sex293
Delcourt, Marie298, 311
Della Porta, G. B.306, 308, 535
Demeger, Robert504
demonic interests427–35
Dench, Judi552, 553
Dennis, John492
Descartes, René489, 491
The Deserving Favourite (Carlell)169
Dessen, Alan200, 573–4
Deuteronomy286
The Devil is an Ass (Jonson)602
Dews, Peter50
Diana404
Dickens, Charles15
DifferentGear505, 511, 514
Digby, Sir Kenelm333
Diobono, Pompeo132
Discourses (Machiavelli)51
A Discoverie of Witchcraft (Scot)314
disease398, 477–8, 574, 581–2
disguise202, 597–8
disguised duke plays597–8
Dobranski, Stephen323–4
Dobson, Michael400
Doctor Faustus (Mann)432
Doctor Faustus (Marlowe)19, 26–8, 167
Dolce, Lodovico309
Dollimore, Jonathan8, 424, 430, 432
Don Quijote (Cervantes)302, 410–11
(p. 654) Donne, John486, 589
Dornelley, Mrs594
Dostoesvsky, Fyodor421, 433
Double Indemnity (Wilder)551
Dowland, John93
Drake, Nathan11
The Draughtsman's Contract (Greenaway)210
Drayton, Michael64, 522
Dryden, John348
The Duchess of Malfi (Webster)89, 95, 211, 469
Dugdale, William132
The Duke of Milan (Massinger)174
dumb shows172, 330–44
dumbness331–2
The Dunciad (Pope)3
Dury, Ian214
The Dutch Courtesan (Marston)102–5, 113, 597
Dutton, Richard409, 448
Dyce, Alexander12, 443
Dylan, Bob588, 596
Dyskolos (Menander)299
Ebb, Fred230, 231, 239, 245
Eccles, Mark12
Ecclesiastes (Jackson)357
Echard, Laurence303
Eco, Umberto299
economic relations273–4, 281–94
Edward IV57
Edward's Boys102–12, 184, 185–6
Elias, Norbert378
Eliot, T. S.10, 15, 391, 398, 471–2, 482, 485, 518, 530
Elizabeth I, Queen144, 268, 590–1, 592, 593, 595
Elizabeth, Winter Queen of Bohemia61, 404, 542
Elliot, Marianne553, 556–7, 565
Ellis-Fermor, Una12, 13, 48
Else, Gerald298
Empiricus, Sextus312, 313–14, 315, 316, 324, 326–7
Engel, Marian5
England's Heroical Epistles (Drayton)522
Engle, Lars527
The English Moor (Brome)174–6
Enterline, Lynn99
environment and spiritual values579–80
Epicoene (Jonson)101, 167
and deafness331
music172
subversive women309
Epidicus (Plautus)301, 306–10
Epistles (Middleton)9
Erasmus99, 112, 302
Ercole D’Este, Duke301
Erne, Lukas47, 49
eroticismsee sex
Essex, Earl of413, 543
ethics423–5
ethopoeia101–2
etymology346, 351, 352
European connections535–8
dance132, 133
Evans, Robert C.517
Every Man In His Humour (Jonson)199, 201
Every Man Out of His Humour (Jonson)199, 201, 490
Ewbank, Inga-Stina171, 433, 434
Exodus522
An Experimentall discoverie of Spanish practises (Scott)409
A Fair Quarrel (Middleton & Rowley)9, 17, 164–5, 167, 394
almanacs22, 318
anthologized10
aristocratic duelling266
and dance133
female wit176
influence on Heminges177
masculinity271
names466–7
popularity171
and Swinburne471
The Faithful Shepherdess (Fletcher)172
The Family of Love13
Family Stone504
family violence445–8
Farley-Hills, David8
fashion588–603
The Fatal Contract (Heminges)177
Father Hubburd's Tales (Middleton)247, 315
on hearing plays330
and print culture249
spoken syntax253–5
Faust (Goethe)28, 435
The Fawn (Marston)199
Fearful and Lamentable Effects of Two Dangerous Comets (Smellknave)318
Feldman, Doris57
Fellini, Federico133, 565
female subjectivity176–9, 441
feminism309, 452, 454, 458, 461
Fernie, Ewan15, 272, 279
Ferrell, Lori Anne529
Field, Nathan99
Figgis, Mike211
film210–25
film noir212, 214, 217
Five Gallants see Your Five Gallants
Fletcher, Angus480
Fletcher, Anthony271
Fletcher, John13, 166, 167, 172; see also Beaumont and Fletcher
and Shakespeare542
and Spain404, 414
and Spanish match405
tragicomedies266, 267
Flynn, Barbara553–4, 556–61, 565, 568
fog573–5
Foix, Alain393
Ford, John164, 170, 174
as co-writer64
and dance137–8
foreign influences535–7
foreign languages538–41
Fortune playhouse39, 40, 43, 166, 167, 174, 209
Foster, Robert309
Foster, Susan Leigh338
Foucault, Michel18
Foulweather, Adam318
The Four Prentices of London (Heywood)167
14. Ayres in Tabletorie to the Lute (Cavendish)71
Fowler, Alastair443
Frayn, Michael111
Frederick Henry, Prince, elector palatine404, 542, 543, 545
Fried, Michael6
Freud, Sigmund88, 93, 424, 530
Friar Bacon and Friar Bungay (Greene)
dumb show335, 338
Frith, Moll1–2, 6
Frye, Northrop54
La fuerza de la sangre (Cervantes)536
Fyve Wittie Gallantes see Your Five Gallants
Gair, Reavley98, 100
Galatians420
Gallagher, Lowell28
gallant198, 379, 383
Gallathea (Lyly)70
A Game at Chess (Middleton)9, 360, 397, 438, 541
audience9, 43
castigation474
censorship2, 405
contemporary opinion2–3
costume138
court and countryside579
desire and fear398–9
dumb show335, 336
as history play47–63
and imagination523, 526
language480, 482–3, 485
and Milton443
mimetic desire448–51
pain394–5
performance44–6
poetry469, 472
as political drama58, 546–9
political tension371–4
revival170
Spanish theme404–17
spatiality33
suppressed10, 164
topicality38, 54
games437, 449, 523–4, 526; see also chess
Gardner, Dan11, 553
Gasper, Julia496
Gay, John230
Gbadamosi, Gabriel14
gender issues84, 89, 206–8, 264–6, 268–79, 309–10, 452–67, 521
gender politics102–5, 109–10
and music81
Revenger's Tragedy457–61, 463, 464–5
in Shakespeare453, 454, 461–4, 465–6
(p. 656) A General Discourse Against the Damnable Sect of Usurers (Caesar)282
Genet, Jean474
Geneva Bible348, 418, 519, 521
genre3, 47–53, 266–7
Gentleman Usher (Chapman)305
Germania (Tacitus)62
Germany61–3
Gershwin, George229
Ghazali, Ahmed393
The Ghost of Lucrece (Middleton)130–1, 346, 350, 469, 470
Gibbons, Brian379
The Gift (Mauss)192
Ginger and Fred (Fellini)133
Giraldi, Giambattista (Cythius, Cinthio)410, 535, 537
Girard, René437
Giraudoux, Jean15
La gitanilla (Cervantes)536–7
Glapthorne, Henry166
Globe playhouse40, 43–4, 46, 98, 167, 596, 599
gloves134–6, 159, 595
A Godly Form of Household Government (Cleaver)269
God's Parliament House (Middleton) see The Two Gates of Salvation
Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von27, 435
Goffman, Erving382
Gondomar, Diego Sarmiento de Acuña, Count406, 408, 546
Gorge, Lord596
Gossett, Suzanne531
Gosson, Stephen592
Gough, Alexander165
Graham-Dixon, Andrew7
Graham, Martha133
Grant, Teresa51
Le grazie d’amore (Negri)134
Greek literature469, 491–2
Green, Ti502, 505
Greenaway, Peter210
Greene, John165
Greene, Robert51, 471, 583, 602
dumb shows335, 338
usury288–9, 293
A Groat's Worth of Wit (Greene)288–9
Grotius, Hugo361
Guarini, Giovanni Battista266
Gurr, Andrew330, 438
Gutter Bothers112
Guy-Bray, Stephen15
Guzman de Alfarache (Aleman)536
The Gypsies Metamorphosed (Jonson)416, 536
Habermas, Jürgen40, 41
Hacket, Cuthbert164
Hall, Joseph286, 483
Hamlet (Shakespeare)452, 460
compared to Changeling392, 393
dumb show343, 344
misogyny453, 454, 461–4
and opera227
violence493, 495, 496
Hamlin, William313, 315
Harbage, Alfred12–13
Harburg, Yip82
Harding, Sarah211, 221–5
Hare, David52
Harlot's Progress (Hogarth)578
Harnoncourt, Nikolaus92–3
Harris, Jonathan Gil571, 574
Hazlitt, William11, 472, 588
Hebson, Ewen283
Hegel, G. W. F.424, 425
Heidegger, Martin47, 49, 348, 349
Heinemann, Margot8, 413, 443, 529
Heinsius, Daniel299
Helgerson, Richard57
Heminges, William170, 177–9
Hengist-King of Kent (Middleton)54–5, 47–63, 165, 167, 250–1, 360, 373
audience15
costume56–7
dumb show335, 336–7
emotional complexity498–9
and imagination523
peace and danger367–71, 374
popularity47, 171–2
songs78
style256–8, 259
vocabulary260–61, 263
(p. 657) 1 Henry IV (Shakespeare) audience50, 53, 54, 275
2 Henry IV (Shakespeare)444
Henry, Prince371, 542, 543, 595
Henry V (Shakespeare)55
Henry VIII397, 589
Henslowe, Philip57, 197, 201, 488, 594
payments to Middleton247
Herbert, Sir Henry166
Herbert of Cherbury, Lord Edward132
heritage211–12
Heroides (Ovid)101
Heywood, Thomas12, 167, 181, 203, 490
as collaborator64, 266
dumb shows334
history plays51
pageants5
Hill, Geoffrey486
Hillebrand, Harold98
The History of Richard III (Buc)54
history plays47–63, 267
Hitchcock, Alfred392
Hobbes, Thomas193, 361
Hoenselaars, A. J.541
Hogarth, William578
Holbrook, Peter447
Holinshed, Raphael55, 57, 325
Holles, John44, 45, 546–7
Holmes, David442
Homilies591
The Honest Whore (Middleton & Dekker)269, 271–3, 275–6; see The Patient Man and the Honest Whore honour
Honourable Entertainments (Middleton)571, 586
Hooper, Wilfred592
Hope, Jonathan267
Horace304
Hotel (Figgis)211
House of Commons591
How to Do Things with Words (Austin)285
Howard, Charles, Baron of Effingham571
Howard, Frances413, 414, 543
Howell, James408–9
Howsygoe, George596
Hudson, Stephen504
Hughes, Merritt443
Hult, David F.5
Hume, Tobias93–4
The Humorous Courtier (Shirley)166
A Humourous Day's Mirth (Chapman)202
Hunt, Alan591, 594
Hunter, G. K.51
Hymenaei (Jonson)574
hysteron proteron130, 136, 141–2
Ibsen, Henrik15
identity208, 265, 284
If You Know Not Me You Know Nobody (Heywood)167
incest308
Inchbald, Elizabeth53
incontinence154, 452, 454–7, 458, 526
Inns of Court100, 590, 592
and dance132
intertextuality179, 183
An Invention (Middleton)341
Ioppolo, Grace498
Irish Irregulars Theatre Company399
Irma la Douce (Wilder)551
Jack Jugler305
Jackson, John357
Jackson, MacDonald194, 210, 495
Jackson, Michael133, 507
The Jacobean Drama (Ellis-Fermor)12
Jacobi, Derek218
James I, King48, 59, 265, 269, 273, 276, 290, 401, 546, 572, 578–9, 581, 595, 598, 600
censorship of Game at Chess405
duelling271
marriage negotiations542, 543
and Overbury plot413
and political tensions361–2
sumptuary laws591–2
James, William9
Jameson, Frederic213
jazz229
Jenner, Mark574
Jerry Springer: the Musical245
Jesuits407–8
The Jew of Malta (Marlowe)167, 406
(p. 658) Johnson, Samuel493
Jones, Ann Rosalind136, 196, 200, 202, 206, 209, 409, 594
Jones, Inigo491
Jonson, Ben4, 13, 49, 146, 167, 189, 190, 201, 247, 416, 495
audience330
boy players99
and deaf331
didactic theatre199, 490
and fashion597, 601, 602
higher status9, 10, 279
humoral plays266
as influence536
masque5, 141
on Middleton2–3
mist574
morality301
Middleton's borrowings75
and music80, 172
and Plautus305
satire437
and Spanish match405
subversive women309
Jonson, Ronald486
Jorgens, Elise Bickford90
Journal of the Commons591
Jowett, John73, 90, 172, 176, 189, 190–1, 443, 529
Julius Caesar (Shakespeare)492
Juvenal296–8
Kamp, Ivo298
Kander, John230, 231, 239, 245
Kant, Immanuel489–90, 492
Karim-Cooper, Farah206
Kastan, David Scott194
Kathman, David98
Kavanagh, Afra5
Keeble, Jonathan504
Kemble, Fanny553
Kennedy, Jackie588
Keysar, Robert589–90
Kierkegaard, Søren427
Kill Bill (Tarantino)512
King and Queen's Own Companysee Beeston's Boys
King Edward VI School, Stratford-upon-Avon100–2
King James Bible49, 519
King Johan (Bale)371
King John (Shakespeare)50
King, Thomas A.268, 272–3
King's Men164, 172, 173–4, 331, 395, 438, 590, 597
history plays165
and music65, 73, 74, 75–76
Revenger's Tragedy194
revivals166, 167
King's Revels Company166, 172
Kinnear, Rory505, 506, 507–8, 509–10, 515
Kitch, Aaron284
Kittler, Friedrich28
The Knave in Grain (J. D.)174–5
The Knight of the Burning Pestle (Beaumont)410, 490
Knights, L. C.10
König, Eberhard6
Kristeva, Julia464
Kücklesom, Alexander132, 133
Kyd, Thomas167, 193, 414, 494
Lacan, Jacques265, 271, 424
Lady Elizabeth's Men167
and music65, 71, 74
The Lady's Tragedy (Middleton)4, 9, 174
censorship1
dumb show335, 337
emotional effects485–96
names467
playing cards524
Spanish theme404, 410
The Lady's Trial (Ford)170
Laetus, Pomponius301
Lamb, Charles10–11, 49, 470–1, 473
Lamb, Edel98
Lane, John286
language use346–59
Lanier, Douglas14
Latin260–1
laughter55, 306
Lawes, William77, 165, 172
Lazarillo404
Leach, Eleanor Winsor304
Lear (Shakespeare)145, 262, 397, 444, 489, 493
Lefton, Sue184
Leggatt, Alexander189, 379, 385
Leinward, Theodore527
Leviathan (Hobbes)361
Liberty, Equality, Fraternity (Foix, Ghazali, Gbadamosi)393–4
Lichtenstein, Therese5
Lieblein, Leonore188
Light Shining in Buckinghamshire (Churchill)52
Lily, William317
Lindemann, Mary571, 574
literacy250–2
Locke, John361
Lodge, Thomas288, 289, 592
London118–19, 122, 475–7, 525, 527, 571–87
as setting199–200, 204, 221, 379, 525–8
civic identity125–7
debt and credit281–4
moral and physical pollution580–2
Longinus492, 493
Lord Admiral's Men594
Lord Chamberlain164–5
lost songs67–8
The Lost Weekend (Wilder)551
Love's Sacrifice (Ford)174–5
Loyola, Ignatius407
Luhrmann, Baz213–14
Luther, Tommy506
Lyly, John69, 70, 307
and music80
Lynch, David210
Mabbe, James404
Macbeth (Shakespeare, adapted by Middleton)48, 192, 195, 422, 435
clothing as identity603
demonic432–3
dumb show335
Middleton's input64, 74–5, 76
opera227
MacCannell, Juliet Flower222, 225
Machiavelli, Nicolo51, 60–1, 62, 298, 301, 309, 406–8, 535
macrocosm/microcosm149
A Mad World My Masters (Middleton)4, 184–9, 190, 194–5, 310, 398, 550
and Aretino535
carnival laughter306
city and country576, 578
disease582
dumb show335, 336
and Falstaff56
hearing plays330
manners384–5
moral environment532
and morality296
and music65, 66–9, 71
names466
onomatopeia252
performance98, 100, 105–12, 113
pivotal play195
and Plautus307
printed edition165, 168–9
revival167, 171
and Shakespeare520
stage directions342
and Timon189, 190, 191–2
usury289, 292, 293
Madden, John211
Maffesoli, Michel489
Maguire, Nancy Klein267
The Maid's Tragedy (Beaumont and Fletcher)177
Making Publics Project40
Malcolmson, Christina414
Malespini, Celio535
malevolent speech479–80
Malynes, Gerard286
Mandragola (Macchiavelli)298, 301, 309
Manley, Lawrence322
Mann, Thomas432
The Manner of his Lordship's Entertainment... (Middleton)572–3
manners377, 378, 384–5
Manners, Katherine553–4, 558–61, 566–7, 568
Manningham, John100
Mansfeld, Count Ernst von62
maps35–6
Marbeck, Mary586
Il Marescalco (Aretino)309
Maria, Spanish infanta61, 371, 404
Marin, Louis11
(p. 660) Marion, Jean-Luc424
Marlowe, Christopher49, 51, 167, 181, 371, 390, 407, 437, 495
outrage437
and Owl's Almanac19, 26–8
Marotti, Arthur407–8
marriage440–5
The Marriage of the Old and the New Testament see The Two Gates of Salvation
Marston, John13, 99, 102–3, 113, 199, 483
dumb shows334
and music80
tragicomedies267
The Martyrdom of St Matthew (Caravaggio)8
Marx, Karl22, 190, 192
‘Mary Magdalen's Complaint at Christ's Death’ (Southwell)94
masculine misbehaviour452
masculine subjectivity264–6
masculinity268–79
Mason, H. A.297, 298
masque401–3; see also dance
in Revenger's Tragedy495, 511–13, 514–15
in Your Five Gallants382–3
Masque of Cupids (Middleton)73, 75, 413
Masque of Heroes (Middleton)5, 9, 322
and almanacs22, 318
costume and personification526
Masque of Queens (Jonson)75, 141
Massinger, Philip3, 9, 10–11, 13, 165–6, 169, 174
and Spain404, 414
and Spanish match405
usury289
Masten, Jeff.146
Master Turbulent77
Masteroff, Joe230–1, 239, 245
Maus, Katharine583
Mauss, Marcel192
Maxwell, Baldwin543
The Mayor of Quinborough (Middleton) see Hengist, King of Kent
McCanles, Michael532
McCarthy, Kathleen300, 310
McGee, C. E.138
McLuskie, Kathleen, E.170, 204–6
McMillin, Scott100, 114
McMullan, Gordon211, 213, 267
McRae, Andrew322
Measure for Measure (Shakespeare, adapted by Middleton)194, 195, 266, 278, 444
borrowing289
disguise597–8
and Middleton64, 438–9, 519
urban and natural environment576
The Meeting of Gallants at an Ordinary (Middleton)5, 56, 181, 199, 247
Mehl, Dieter172, 334, 335
Menaechmi (Plautus)300, 301, 304, 305
Menander299, 306, 311
Mercator (Plautus)304
The Merchant of Venice (Shakespeare)148
The Merry Devil of Edmonton181–2
A Merry Prognostication318
The Merry Wives of Windsor (Shakespeare)
and opera227
subversive women309
Messalina (Richards)166
metadrama303–4
Metamorphoses (Ovid)100, 101
metaphor357
metatheatricality208–9
metonymy59
Michaelmas Term (Middleton)4, 165, 167, 190, 195, 398, 527
castigation474
city and country576–7, 578, 583
clothes, manners and status383–4
and dance133
and dramatic conventions183
dumb show335, 336–7
language and syntax255–6, 258–9, 262
and Latin261
literacy250–1
and London525, 527
names466
pollution580
self-reference303–4
stage directions182
usury287, 288, 289–90
Microcynicon (Middleton)9, 315, 470, 472
censorship1
and dance133
language480, 483–5
(p. 661) Middlesex Session Rolls596
Middleton, Thomas
chronology195
and collaboration13, 17, 64, 68, 78, 560
criticism, history of11–15
editions of12–13
education and scepticism315
financial distress283
and imagination518–33
as influence165–6
life25–6, 164, 586–7
and London571–2
as moralist438
as poet346–59, 469–86
popularity3, 165
portraits418
reading410, 535
Middleton's Changeling (Thompson)211, 212–17
A Midsummer's Night's Dream (Shakespeare)19–21
dumb show344
and folly302
and imagination520, 521–2
urban and natural environment576
Mills, Perry184, 185, 187
Milton, John141–2, 443, 475, 486
mimetic desire437–51
Minto, William48
Minturno, Antonio307
Mirren, Helen552
The Mirror for Magistrates493
The Miseries of Enforced Marriages (Wilkins)497
misogyny213, 452, 456, 556, 559
Changeling391, 397
Chaste Maid456
Hamlet453–4, 461–4
Revengers Tragedy235, 453, 458–9, 461, 516, 558–60
Women Beware Women556
mock almanacs17, 19, 146, 313, 316, 318–28
Montaigne, Michel de132, 313, 314–15, 316, 327
Monty Python and the Holy Grail298
Moore, Jonathan502, 503–4, 507–8, 512, 515
moral and physical pollution574–5, 580–2
morality301, 302–3, 445
and Middleton's poetry471, 472, 473
More Dissemblers Besides Women (Middleton)94, 149, 165, 167, 251
Cupid song73, 84, 87–8, 90–1
and dance133
dumb show330–1
female wit176
and Lamb471
and music65–6, 67, 73–4, 76, 82, 89
personifications526
popularity171
Morley, Thomas82, 91, 94
Moseley, Humphrey165
Mother Bombie (Lyly)307
Mother Courage (Brecht)52
Mount, D. B.285
Mountebanks’ Masque (Campion)70
Much Ado About Nothing (Shakespeare)167
Muir, Kenneth189, 190, 194
Mulekwa, Charles398
Mullaney, Steven32–3, 453, 458, 465
Munday, Anthony64
Munro, Lucy98
music64–79, 80–96
and dance567–8
and dumb shows337–8, 344
Edward's Boys106, 109–10, 112
Macbeth433–5
Revenger's Tragedy504, 505–6, 511, 514
Musical Companion (Playford)77
musicals228
mute players342–3
Mydas (Lyly)70
Myddelton, Sir Hugh572–3
Myddelton, Sir Thomas573
Nagra, Parminder221
Nagra, Simon506
names452–3, 466–7
Narrative of the wicked plots … by Seignior Gondomar (Scott)408
Nashe, Thomas14–5, 17, 51, 428, 471
fashion602
influence on Middleton315–16, 319
national stereotypes535
(p. 662) National Theatre, London229, 431, 502, 505, 507–8, 511, 515–17, 565
Negri, Cesare134
Nehring, Neil489–90
Neill, Michael47, 136
Nelson, Jennifer L.332
neo-noir211, 217, 218, 225
Neoplatonism80
Neptune's Triumph (Jonson)405
Neve, Jeffrey319
The New Academy of Complements77
New Comedy183, 194
New Historicism49
New River572–3
A New Way to Pay Old Debts (Massinger)165–6, 169
Newberg, Andrew8
Newington Butts586–7
News from Gravesend (Dekker and Middleton)247
plague477–8
usury281
News from Hell (Dekker)293
The Nice Valour (Middleton)165, 169, 264
economic relations276–8
female wit176
Jacobean court266
masculinity and honour267–8, 269–70, 271–4, 278
popularity171
and print culture248
and topical allusions543–5, 546
Nicol, David487, 500
Nietzsche, Friedrich287
The Night Porter (Cavani)210
The Nightingale and the Ant (Middleton)
inconsistency531
language478–9
usury283, 293–4
Ninotchka (Wilder)551
No Blacks, No Irish (Gbadamosi)399–400
No Wit/Help Like a Woman's (Middleton)5, 165, 167, 541, 548
almanacs21–2, 318, 320–1
and dance139–40
female wit176–7
marriage plots542–3
and morality301, 302–3
multiplicity of language539–41
and Plautus306–10
popularity171
Shirley's revision172
stage directions182
usury and sex294
Nobiltà di dame (Caroso)134–5
Noises Off (Frayn)111
Norden, John36
Novelas ejemplares (Cervantes)414, 536
Nunn, Trevor502
Nuttall, A. D.192
O’Brien, Eileen504
O’Callaghan, Michelle170, 176, 189
Of Deformity (Bacon)391
Ogilby, John167
O’Hare, Damian504
Old Law (Middleton, Rowley, Heywood)141, 143–6, 167, 266, 360, 371
anthologized10
politics and ideology363–6, 372
tragicomedy143, 146
Olivares, Count-Duke405
Olivier theatre502, 505, 553–4
Olson, Elder297–8
On the Genealogy of Morals (Nietzsche)287
onomatopeia252
opera227–8, 245
Orgel, Stephen101, 572–3
Orton, Joe495
Othello (Shakespeare)80, 167, 442, 444, 500
and Mad World184–5
influence on Middleton438–9
and opera227
and Timon191
Outlines of Pyrrhonism (Empiricus)312, 313–14, 315, 326
Overbury, Thomas413
Ovid83, 100, 101
The Owl's Almanac (Middleton)16–30, 136, 603
mock-marginalia323–8
and print culture248–9
scepticism312–13, 315, 318–19
(p. 663) Oxford English Dictionary198, 327, 348, 351–2, 357, 410
pageants2, 3–4; see also civic entertainments
Painter, William195
Palace of Pleasure (Painter)195
Pamela (Richardson)40
pamphlets181–2, 183, 247–8, 315–16
anti-Spanish404, 408
language and syntax255–7
plague582
Pantagrueline Prognostication (Rabelais)318
Paradise Lost (Milton)141–2, 429, 443, 444
paraphrase348, 357–8
Parker, Jamie505, 509
Parker, Patricia524
Parker, R. B.443
parody17
The passions of the minde in generall (Wright)489
Paster, Gail Kern304, 306, 489, 527
The Patient Man and the Honest Whore (Middleton & Dekker)57, 165, 167, 190, 199, 247, 274, 466, 560
dumb show335, 336, 337–8
fashion599
masculinity279
number science524
onomatopeia252
Patterson, Annabel210, 392, 413, 499
Paul's Boys98–100, 438–9, 589–90
and music65, 66, 69–71
Paul's playhouse98
The Peacemaker (Middleton)4, 271
masculinity278–9
Peele, George51
The Penniless Parliament of Threadbare Poets (Middleton)9, 318, 319
censorship1
‘Il Penseroso’ (Milton)443
Percy, William70
performances
Game at Chess44–6
Mad World106–12
modern184–7, 551–70
Revenger's Tragedy502–17, 553, 556–62, 565–7
song93–4
Women Beware Women553–4, 556, 565, 567
perfume595–6
Pericles (Shakespeare and Wilkins)171, 194
personifications521, 526
Petrarch475
Philaster (Beaumont and Fletcher)177
Philip IV, King of Spain404–5, 546
Phillips, Gene D.552
Phillips, Siobhan5
Philocophus (Bulwer)331
The Phoenix (Middleton)4, 165, 166, 167, 190, 398, 438, 449
crime and punishment473–4
dumb show337
language261
mimetic desire438–46, 451
personifications526
utopian fantasy266
Pierce Penniless his Supplication to the Devil (Nashe)315–16, 319, 428
Pinter, Harold15
Plato82
Plato's Cap (Middleton)17, 183, 247, 315
almanacs318, 319–20
literacy251
reading324
Platter, Thomas492
Plautus296–311
play companies166–8
Playford, John77
playgoers38
playhouses32–3, 38, 40, 43, 166–8, 488
Plutarch190, 195, 325
Poetics (Aristotle)7–8, 53, 298, 299
political drama58, 541, 543
political theory and national security360–75
Politics (Aristotle)51
politics, modern217, 218
pollution573, 580
Ponce de Leon, Pedro333
Pond, Edward319, 320
Pope, Alexander3–4, 5, 9
popular entertainment4
population growth583
postmodernism212–13
(p. 664) Powesland, Corinna504
Praise of Folly (Erasmus)302
predestination420
Prince Charles's Men167
Prince Henry's Men167
The Prince (Machiavelli)60
print culture248–9
print runs317
prognostication316–21
prostitution4, 453, 461
Protestant nationalism404
Protestantism61
Publics in Early Modern Europe (Wilson & Yachin)32
Pulp Fiction113
Purchas His Pilgrims334
Purfoote, Thomas317
The Puritan (Middleton)4, 5, 190, 398, 590; see The Puritan Widow
The Puritan Widow (Middleton)4, 5, 9, 182, 190, 398, 452–3, 458, 464, 490
almanacs21, 318
censorship1
debt288
incontinence454–7, 459
language476–7
names466
public & private space33–6
Puttenham, George83, 141
Pynchon, Thomas432
Pyrrhonism312–14, 315–16
The Queen and Concubine (Brome)172
Queen Henrietta Maria's Men68, 165–6, 167, 168, 174
Queen's Men51
Queen's Revels company99
A Quip for an Upstart Courtier (Greene)293
Rabelais, François17, 318
racism399
Rackin, Phyllis55
RADA218
Radical Tragedy (Dollimore)432
Il Ragazzo (Dolce)309
Gli ragionamenti (Aretino)535, 550
Rainolds, John315
Ralph Roister Doister305, 309
Rancière, Jacques3, 9, 10, 52, 57
Randall Earl of Chester (Middleton)57
Ravelhofer, Barbara51
The Raven's Almanacke (Dekker)17, 319
Ravenscroft, Thomas83, 99
reading and texts323–5
La Reconnue (Belleau)39
Red Bull playhouse166, 167
Red Bull Theatre229, 512, 553, 554
Rée, Jonathan342
Reed, Joanna553, 563
Reformation424
Reiss, Timothy525
religion8–9, 420–7
The Renegado (Massinger)405
Repentance (Greene)602
Reply to the Schoole of Abuse (Lodge)592
repulsion526–7
The Retrospective Review471
revenge291–2
The Revenger's Tragedy (Cox)211, 218–21
The Revenger's Tragedy (Middleton)5, 167, 174, 193, 438, 529
bathos455
court579
cycle of revenge503
demonic character429–31, 432, 433
dumb show335, 336
and film210–11, 218
gender politics457–61, 463, 464–5
and imagination518, 522
influence on Davenant172–3
language479
masque139, 140–1, 143
music568
as music theatre228–9, 245
mute players343
names452, 466, 569
performances502–17, 553, 556–62, 565–7
proto-feminism454, 461
revivals14
sex and violence494
sexualization186
and Shakespeare194, 195
speechlessness339–42
(p. 665) spiritual seduction435
tears459–61
and Thoreau12
and Timon190
town and country577–8
usury291–2, 294
violence333
revivals14, 165–7, 171
Reynolds, Edward150
Reynolds, John404, 408, 411
Rhodes, Neil319
Ribner, Irving51, 529
Richard II (Shakespeare)50–51
Richard III (Shakespeare)50, 60
Richards, Nathaniel165, 166
Richardson, Catherine203–4
Richardson, Samuel40
Richardson, Tony487
Ricoeur, Paul54, 56
Riehle, Wolfgang306
The Righteous Mammon (Hall)286
Rigoletto (Verdi)228
The Rise and Fall of Mahoganny (Brecht & Weill)230
The Roaring Girl (Middleton & Decker)4–5, 9, 33, 190, 586
almanacs21, 318
censorship2
clothing196–7, 205–6
consumerism200
debtors’ prison287–8
dialect359
language use476
metatheatricality208–9
names466
playgoers43
prostitution461
public & private space39–40
sex and property580
shopping204–5
stage directions182
women characters552–3
Robert Earl of Huntington (Munday and Chettle)57
Roberts, Sasha203
Romeo and Juliet (Shakespeare)152, 390
and opera227, 228
Rooth, Liv553–4, 561–2, 567, 569, 570
Rosador, Kurt Tetzeli von57
Rowe, George E.189, 191, 194, 300
Rowland, David404
Rowley, William17, 146, 538
as actor390, 392
as collaborator64, 266, 396, 467
Royal Court theatre401, 487
Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester229, 502, 503, 507–9, 511–15, 517
Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC)50, 105, 218, 502, 553
The Royal Slave (cartwright)172
Rudens (Plautus)300
Rule a Wife and Have a Wife (Fletcher)405
Rutter, Carol Chillington553
Sabol, Andrew165, 336, 339
Saccio, Peter106, 109
The Sacred Theory of the Earth (Burnet)492
Sad Shepherd (Jonson)574
Salinger, Leo304
Salisbury Court playhouse68, 71, 165, 166, 167, 168
Sanders, Julie200
Sandys, George333–4
Sapientia Solomonis418
satire297, 322
Scary Movie494
scepticism312–28
Schlegel, August Wilhelm von50, 51, 300
Schmidgall, Gary227–8
Schopenhauer, Arthur424
Schubert, Franz93, 229
Scot, Reginald314–15
Scott, Jools229–45
Scott, Thomas408, 409
The Second Maiden's Tragedy see The Lady's Tragedy
A Second part of Spanish practices (Scott)408
Second Part of Vox Populi (Scott)408
Second Shepherds’ Play400
Second Tome of Homilies591
The Second Treatise of Government (Locke)361
Secundus, Janus83
Segal, Erich304
Selden, John151
Seligmann, Raphael78
(p. 666) Seneca493
Serlio, Sebastiano139
servants307–8
The Seven Deadly Sins (Brecht & Weill)230
The Seven Year Itch (Wilder)551, 569
sex
and class412–13
and dancing136
and the demonic432–5
and fear397–9
and fine clothing600–2
and gloves134–6
and money379
in music66, 67, 71, 74, 76, 78, 83–4, 92–4
and politics217
and pollution580–1
and usury292–4
and violence494–5, 500
Sextussee Empiricus, Sextus
sexual content and child players99–100
sexualized language452–3
Shaftesbury, Earl of492
Shakespeare and the Rival Traditions (Harbage)12
Shakespeare in Love (Madden)211
Shakespeare, William12, 60, 137, 167, 171, 181, 247, 276, 390, 592
and almanacs19–21
bawdy325, 544
on bonds192
clothing as identity603
and collaboration13, 64, 560
compared to Middleton13, 15, 48–9, 100, 569
and cross-dressing101, 177
demonic material432–5
dumb shows334, 338, 344
and Fletcher542
foreign plots537
gender politics453, 454, 461–4, 465–6
history plays50–1, 52, 55, 63
and imagination518
lost play411
Middleton's influence and collaboration74–5, 184, 195, 438–9, 444–5
and music65–6, 80
and opera227–8, 245
pity and terror397
poet and playwright469, 472
poetics484–5
psychology190
scepticism313, 314, 316
on screen210, 211
self-reference303
spectators330
style256–7, 259
tragedies488, 491–2, 499–500
tragicomedy194, 266, 267
urban and natural environment576
vocabulary260, 262
women characters552, 553
Shakespeare's Globe184, 185
Shand, G. B.131, 346, 347, 349, 419, 421
Shapiro, Michael98
Sharpe, Kevin324
Shelton, Thomas404, 410
Shirley, James164, 165, 166, 167–8, 169, 172, 173
and dance138
The Shoemaker's Holiday (Dekker)602
shopping204–5
A Short Organum for the Theatre (Brecht)264, 278
Shuger, Deborah347, 350, 418–19, 425–6, 427, 469, 519
Sidney, Sir Philip146, 266, 316, 522
Silk, Michael491, 500
Simmons, R. C.17
Sir John Oldcastle57
Siraisi, Nancy574
Sixe Court Comedies (Lyly)70
Skantze, P. A.338–9
Slater, Niall304
Sly504
Small, Christopher92, 93
Smellknave, Simon318
Smith, Bruce R.269, 334
Smyth, Adam18, 20, 317–18, 324
Snow White244–5
sodomy105, 292
Some Like it Hot (Wilder)551
songsee music
(p. 667) songbooks88–9
Sophocles493
La Sorella (Della Porta)306, 308, 542
Southwell, Robert94
Spain371–2, 404–17
The Spanish Gypsy (Middleton, Dekker, Ford, Rowley)3, 164, 167, 541, 543, 548–9
actors549–50
continental influences535–8
and dance133
popularity171
rape266, 547
Spanish theme404, 410, 414–17
topical allusions545–6
The Spanish Tragedy (Kyd)167, 193, 414
dumbness341
Specimens of the English Dramatic Poets (Lamb)10, 470
Spem in alium (Tallis)358
Spencer, John168, 169, 171
Spenser, Edmund475
spoken syntax253–8, 259–60
St Martin's, Ludgate100
St Paul's playhouse33, 40, 167
Stachniewski, John529
stage directions68, 75, 181–3, 185, 336–7, 342–3, 394, 574–5
Staged Properties in Early Modern English Drama203
Stallybrass, Peter136, 196, 200, 202, 206, 209, 594
Staple of News (Jonson)597, 601
Stationer's Register247
Stationers Company317
status593–4
The Steam Industry552–3
Steen, Sarah Jayne10, 48, 56, 170, 470–1
Steevens, George11, 48
Steggle, Maurice176
Stenger, Harold527
Stern, Jay211, 221
Still, Melly502, 505, 508, 514–16, 553–4, 568
La Stiava (Cecchi)301
Stone, Lawrence268, 269
Stoppard, Tom469
Stow, John55
Strafford, Sir Thomas167
Strindberg, August15
Stubbes, Philip488, 591
subjectivity268
and usury284
sublime492
Suckling, Sir John172
Sugimura, N. K.141
Sullivan, Ceri571
Summer's Last Will and Testament (Nashe)316
sumptuary laws590–3, 594, 595, 598
Sunset Boulevard (Wilder)551
Sutton, Adrian505, 511
The Swaggering Damsel (Chamberlain)177–9
The Swan playhouse71
Sweeney Todd (Sondheim, Wheeler)245
Swinburne470, 471–2, 473, 482, 485
synecdoche59
Tacitus62
‘Take O take those lips away’ (Wilson)95
Tallis, Thomas358
Tamburlaine (Marlowe)167
The Taming of the Shrew (Shakespeare)466
Tarantino, Quentin512
tautology350
Taylor, Charles38, 375
Taylor, Gary8, 44, 89, 99, 165, 171, 194, 274, 315, 335–36, 339, 342, 405, 406, 415, 423, 429, 437, 443, 448, 450, 496, 500, 518, 523, 529, 535, 538, 543, 545, 546, 547, 548
Taymor, Julie219
The Tempest (Shakespeare)194, 444
Tennenhouse, Leonard267
Terence299, 300, 303, 311
Terry, Ellen553
Theresa of Avila, St547
Thisby project101–2
Thomas, Keith317
Thomas Middleton and Early Modern Textual Culture (Taylor)448, 529
Thompson, Marcus211, 212–17
Thoreau, Henry David12
The Threepenny Opera (Brecht and Weill)230
Thurman, Uma512
(p. 668) Timon of Athens (Shakespeare and Middleton)184, 189–95, 276
as collaboration444–5, 560
language479–80
stage directions182
usury286, 292, 294
Titus Andronicus (Shakespeare and Peele)488
dumbness341
violence493, 496
Titus (Taymor)219
‘To Mr Thomas Middleton’169–70
Toft, Robert595
Tom Tel-troth's Message (Lane)286
Tomlinson, Sophie176
Tompkins, John99
Tompkinson, Stephen504, 507, 516
topical allusions543
town and country576–9, 586–7
tragedies267, 487–500
tragicomedies143, 146, 194, 266–7
The Traitor (Shirley)166, 173–4
translations404
transvestite marriage176–7, 309
Trauerspiel60, 363
Treitler, Leo93
Trevis, Di502
Trew Law of Free Monarchies (James I)276
A Trick to Catch the Old One (Middleton)81, 165, 167, 195, 398, 438
inconsistency530
influence on Massinger169
names466
onomatopeia252
playing cards524
self-reference303
sexualized language453
and Timon189
urban scams578
usury283, 284–7, 292–3
Tricycle Theatre399
The Triumphs of Health and Prosperity (Middleton)164
The Triumphs of Honour and Industry (Middleton)9
The Triumphs of Integrity (Middleton)518, 523
The Triumphs of Truth (Middleton)2–4, 401–3, 528, 530, 573–5
Troilus and Cressida (Shakespeare)194
Trollope, Anthony10
Truculentus (Plautus)298, 299, 302–3, 304
The Truman Show (Weir)219
Turkey333–4
Twelfth Night (Shakespeare)177
bawdy544
and music65–6
self-reference303
subversive women309
Twice, Ann88–9, 92
The Twilight Zone495
The Two Gates of Salvation (Middleton)9, 249–50, 427, 528, 529
The Two Gentlemen of Verona (Shakespeare)101
Two New Plays (Moseley)165
The Two Noble Kinsmen (Fletcher and Shakespeare)542
undertones109
The Unfortunate Traveller (Nashe)316
urban environment526–7, 576–9, 586–7
urban scams578, 583–4
Urbino376, 379
usury281–94
Van Campen, Joanna553
Varholy, Cristine593–4, 601
Velasco family333
Venus and Adonis (Shakespeare)520
Verdi, Giuseppe228, 229, 435
Verstegan, Richard62
Vice (Scott & Curtis)229–45
Villiers, John543
Vine, Richard5
Visconti, Luchino210
vocabulary260–3
Volpone (Jonson)189
Vox Coeli (Reynolds)404, 408
Wagner, Richard424
Waiting for Godot (Beckett)393
(p. 669) Waldman, Mark Robert8
Wall, Wendy483
Walter, Harriet553, 556, 560–4, 565–6, 568
Ward, Adolphus William48
Ward, Robert572
Warner, Michael40–1
Wasserman, Earl362
water571–2
wealth290
Webster, John49, 64, 169, 397, 538
and music80
on screen211
Weil, Simone421
Weill, Kurt230
Weimar Court Theatre50
Weir, Peter219
Weiss, Adrian531
Wells, Stanley446
Werburgh Street playhouse, Dublin167
West, Richard589, 599
West Side Story211, 228
Whetstone, George290
The White Devil (Webster)169
White, Martin183
Whitehall75
Whitworth, Charles56
The Widow (Middleton)5, 65, 167, 247
female wit176–7
literacy250
morality301–2
and music75–6
personifications526
popularity165, 171
servants307
song171
and writing250
Wilde, Oscar556
Wilder, Billy551–2, 565, 569
Wilds, Lilian511
Wilkins, George497
William Shakespeare's Romeo + Juliet (Luhrmann)213, 214
Wills, David348
Wilson, August52, 55
Wilson, Bronwen32
Wilson, John95
Windsor-drollery (Sackville)77
Winkler, Lizzie506, 516
The Winter's Tale (Shakespeare)145, 194, 444
luxury595
urban and natural environment576
The Wisdom of Solomon Paraphrased (Middleton)4, 9, 346–59, 418–27, 433, 469, 532
and imagination519–22
Wiseman, Susan264, 267, 274, 543
Wit at Several Weapons (Middleton & Rowley)5
as collaboration64
and dance133
dumbness341
substitution400
The Witch (Middleton)48, 65
anthologized10
and dance133
and Davenant172
Jacobean court266
list of parts342–3, 344
and music74, 75, 89
and scepticism314
sex and the demonic432–3
stage directions75
witchcraft314–15
‘With my love my life was nestled’ (Morley)94
Wits Interpreter (Cotgrave)77
Wit's Miserie and the World's Madness (Lodge)289
Wit's Recreation169–70
The Wizard of Oz82, 565
Wodehouse, P. G.309
Womack, Peter52
A Woman Killed with Kindness (Heywood)203
The Woman's Prize (Fletcher)166
women
and class154–5
in history plays59
in Nice Valour267–8
in Revenger's Tragedy236–8
and shops204–5
subversive309
violence against515–17
(p. 670) Women Beware Women (Middleton)4, 165, 167, 390, 438, 472
anthologized10
and Caroso134
castigation474
court and countryside579
deformity and revenge391
desire and swindle396
dumb show335
games523
and Lamb471
language480–1, 482, 485
manners and status385–6
masque137
moral inconsistency530–1, 532
performances553–4, 556, 565, 567
violence488, 493–4
women characters552
women characters552, 569
A Wonderful Strange and Miraculous Prognostication (Foulweather)318
Woodbridge, Linda527
The World tossed at Tennis (Middleton and Rowley)138, 164
Wright, Abraham169
Wright, Thomas489
Wulstan, David94
X-Ray-Spex109
Yachnin, Paul32, 320, 438–9, 448–9, 491, 596
Yates, Julian15
Yates, Louise553–5, 563–4, 569
Yeats, W. B.420
Yonge, Bartholomew404
A Yorkshire Tragedy (Middleton)8, 190, 195, 438
and almanacs21, 318
domestic tragedy391
emotional effects497–8
family violence445–8
and Nashe316
Your Five Gallants (Middleton)6, 166, 167, 195, 209, 248, 398, 438
and clothing196–9, 200, 207–8, 588–90, 593–603
competition and hierarchy380–3
and dance133
disease582
dumb show335, 343–4
intertextuality183
names466
objects and exchange475–6
and print culture248
usury284, 289, 290–1
Zajonc, Robert11
Zimmermann, Susan493
Žižek, Slavoj212, 217, 219, 265, 271, 424