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(p. 709) Index

(p. 709) Index

Abbott, E. A.:
Shakespearian Grammar, A 300, 302
Ackermann, Rudolph 696, 701
actors (performers) 21, 64, 69, 78, 81, 147, 166, 234, 240, 247, 258–9, 264, 267, 269, 271, 285, 288–301, 302, 304, 307, 309–11, 316, 319–21, 335–6, 340, 341–55, 358–9, 364, 368, 531, 545, 575, 586, 606, 618, 619, 632, 633, 644, 646, 659, 674–7, 697, 700
as metaphorical figure 384, 405, 475–8, 545, 619, 622
Acuña, José Basileo 694
Adams, Joseph Quincy 684
Adamson, Sylvia 81n14, 177
address, terms of 272, 363, 370, 434, 434n16, 439, 456, 471–5, 473n10, 481, 501, 595
Adelman, Janet 216–17, 365
Adonis 86, 113, 117
Aeschylus 578
Aesop:
Fables 99
Africa 274–5, 643, 703
Akenside, Mark 565
Alberti, Leon Battista 490, 495
Albrecht, Heinrich Christoph 672, 679–80
Rape of Lucrece, The (translation) 672–3, 679–80
translations reviewed 679–80
Venus and Adonis (translation) 672–3
Alderson, Simon J, 77n
Alfar, Christina 363
Alleyn, Edward 293–4
allusion 83, 122, 161, 265, 431, 567–80, 587–9, 592, 594, 600, 605, 606, 609–10, 612, 613, 654
biblical 64, 83, 87, 93n52
classical 11, 78, 83–4, 99, 102–3, 105, 106–7, 113, 129, 408–9, 412
to Lord’s Prayer 315
to Norse literature 83
to Shakespeare’s works 46, 567–80, 587–8, 592, 600, 605, 606, 609–10, 612, 613, 654
Almeida, Joselyn 701
Altman, Joel B. 97n4
America, United States of 633–4, 637, 640, 641, 642, 645, 648, 674
Americans 632, 633, 647
literature 636
Amyot, Jacques 109
Ancaeus 88
Anderson, Christy 491, 492
Anglican church 160
Anselm of Canterbury, Saint 23
anthropology 541–2
Aphrodite 21; see also Venus
Aphthonius:
Progymnasmata 102, 103, 106
Apollodorus 207
Aquinas, Saint Thomas 533
archaisms 114, 473, 509, 510, 526, 542, 683; see also neologisms
architecture 486–97, 500, 503
(p. 710) classical 486, 490, 493
Palladian 491
Aretino, Pietro 138n8
Argentina 694, 695, 704, 705
Ariosto, Ludovico 116, 139, 681
Orlando Furioso 86, 663
Aristotle 12n10, 17, 66, 194, 215, 327–9, 335, 414–15, 418n17, 527, 532
De Anima 194
neo-Aristotelians 494
Nicomachean Ethics 414–15
Physics 327–9, 335
Poetics 527
Armas, José de 693
Armbruster, Silvia 676
Arnold, Matthew 43, 60, 587, 589, 593–4
Empedocles on Etna 587
Poems 587
‘Shakespeare’ (sonnet) 593–4
‘The Study of Poetry’ 589
Arthur, King, legend of 234, 236, 237, 238, 274
Guinevere 236, 237
Ascham, Roger 314, 315–16, 494
The Schoolmaster 314
Ashbery, John 604, 605–8
‘Friar Laurence’s Cell’ 605–8
Some Trees 607
Ashcroft, Peggy 352n19
Astrana Marin, Luis 693–4
Atkins, Carl D. 432n4, 436n23, 439
Shakespeare’s Sonnets 432n4
atmosphere 49
Attridge, Derek
Auad, Fátima 694
Auden, W. H. 604, 641
audiences v, 14, 17, 53, 78, 103–4, 106, 107, 109, 122, 149, 164, 166, 192, 209, 247, 259, 260, 261, 262, 265, 266–7, 269, 270, 273, 275, 276–8, 281, 285, 318–19, 378, 379, 380–1, 384, 388, 391, 392, 395, 399, 417, 476–7, 510, 511, 522–3, 525, 526, 531, 632–3, 659, 677, 685, 695
Elizabethan 32, 103, 106, 107, 109, 122, 187, 243, 258, 285, 334, 341–4, 347, 399, 542, 544
implied 153–4, 156, 574, 585
Augustine, Saint 122, 126, 131, 328, 419, 422, 422n30, 533
City of God 422
Confessions 122, 131, 328
Patrologia Latina 419n22
Babylon 138, 143
Whore of 140
Bacchantes (maenads) 208, 209, 212, 216
Bachmann, Ingeborg 605, 611–12
‘Böhmen legit am Meer’ (‘Bohemia Lies by the Sea’) 611–12
Bacon, Francis 6, 494, 590, 591
authorship of Shakespeare’s works suggested 590, 591, 684
‘Of Buildings’ 494
‘Of Gardens’ 494
Bakhtin, Mikhail 473n12
balance 34, 35, 41, 70
Baldwin, T. W.:
William Shakespere’s Small Latine and Lesse Greeke 97
Baldwin, William 380
Bannen, Ian 353
Barber, C. L. 270
Barnfield, Richard 497
‘If music and sweet poetry agree’ (in The Passionate Pilgrim) 321
Barthes, Roland 656
Bartholomeusz, Dennis 349–50
Barton, Anne 50n12, 51, 574–5
Barton, John 290, 309, 310, 317, 353
Playing Shakespeare 309
Basse, William:
‘On the death of William Shakespeare’ 240, 244
(p. 711) Bate, Jonathan 97n3, 431n3, 436, 446, 563, 568, 569, 571, 572, 574, 577–8, 583n1, 661
Shakespeare’s Complete Works (with Eric Rasmussen) 432n4
Bates, Catherine 155n7, 513
Bateson, Gregory 78
‘Theory of Play and Fantasy’ 78
Battista, Leon see Alberti, Leon Battista
Baudelaire, Charles 657
‘Correspondances’ 657
Baudissin, Wolf Heinrich Graf von 682
Beaumont, Francis 240
Maid’s Tragedy, The (with John Fletcher) 440
Beccadelli, Ludovico 126
Beckett, Samuel 467
Bell, Ilona 442n41, 509, 519
Bellenger, Yvonne 146
Belmonte Müller, Guillermo 693
Belsey, Catherine 368
Bembo, Pietro 121
Benson, John xi, 185, 191–2, 243, 505, 551–2
Benveniste, Emile 474
Berain, Catherine of 233
Bergren, Ann 207, 209
Bernhard, Karl 685
Bernini, Gian Lorenzo
Apollo and Daphne (sculpture) 412
Berry, Cicely 304, 309–10, 347
Actor and His Text, The 310
Voice and the Actor 347
Berry, Philippa 80n9
Berthelet, Thomas 142, 143f
Bertolucci, Attilio:
‘I papaveri’ (The Poppies) 607
Bevington, Davy 507, 509
Bhagavad Gita 634
Bible 83, 122, 137, 143, 154–5, 235, 418, 591, 595
Christ 87, 126, 128, 154–5, 524, 603, 639
Exodus 93n52, 129, 595, 596
Genesis 596
Habakkuk 137
illustrations 142n
Job 64
Judges 276
Magi 611, 612, 613
Mary Magdalen 524
Mary, sister of Martha 87
Moses 591, 595
Proverbs 421
Psalms 64
Revelation 138, 143
Romans 443
Vulgate 154
Biermann, Wolf 685
Bigg, J. Stanyan 587
Billig, Michael 66
Billlingsley, Henry
translation of Euclid 488
autobiography 119, 121–2, 127, 472, 476
biography 151, 231–2, 460, 476, 477–8, 482
Bishop, Elizabeth 443n42, 604, 607, 608–13
‘As We Like It’ 608, 612
Cold Spring, A 611
‘Twelfth Morning; or What You Will’ 608–13
‘Varick Street’ 610–11
Blackfriars Theatre 248
Blake, William 563–4
‘Pity’ (color print) 563–4, 564f
Blanco White, Joseph 689, 691–2, 696–702, 704
Christian Teacher, The, writings in 697
El Español (ed.) 701
‘Night and Death’ (sonnet) 700
‘Soliloquio sobre la muerte y el suicidio’ (translation from Hamlet) 697–9
Variedades, ó mensagero de Londres (ed.) 696
Blank, Paula 78n2, 81n14, 93
blank verse 5, 29, 43, 49, 162, 285, 340, 341–5, 569, 583, 614, 672, 698
blason (blazon) 213, 221, 236, 356, 357–8, 367, 403; see also Petrarch: Petrarchism
counterblason 357–8
blasphemy 125, 155
Blind, Mathilde 596
Shakespearean Sonnets 596
(p. 712) Bloch, Marc 542
Blomefield, Francis 323
Bloom, Gina
Bloom, Harold 590, 591, 661
Anxiety of Influence, The 590
Bly, Mary 85
Boccaccio, Giovanni
Decameron 214
Bodenstedt, Friedrich 674n8, 675
Boethius
Consolation of Philosophy 119
Bolivar, Simón 701
Bond, John 107
Bonnefoy, Yves 653–69
Anti-Platon 662
Dans le leurre du seuil 654
‘Les nouées’ 654
L’heure présente 654
translations of Shakespeare 653–4, 656–7, 658–61, 664, 665–6, 667, 669
‘Une voix’ 655
Book of Common Prayer 547, 557
Booth, John Wilkes 632
Booth, Junius Brutus 632, 633f
Booth, Mark W. 260
Booth, Stephen 68n16, 70, 71, 74, 84n28, 93n52, 432, 434, 435, 436, 446, 481, 498, 501, 502
Shakespeare’s Sonnets 432, 434, 435
Borges, Jorge Luis 690, 705–6
Bouchetel:
‘Blason du con’ 358
Bowery Theatre 632
Boyd, Michael 253
Bradley, A. C. 47, 583
Bradshaw, Graham 71n26
Braithwait, Richard 534–5, 538
English Gentlewoman, The 534
Brazil 609, 612, 613
Brecht, Bertolt 671
Bremer Shakespeare Company 675–6, 685
Alles Lügen (All Lies) 675
Venus and Adonis 675–6
Breton, André 655
Brissendon, Alan 87n34
Britain 234, 235, 236, 237, 238, 241–2, 549, 571, 674, 689, 693, 696, 700, 701
British Empire 691; see also imperialism
see also England; Scotland; Wales
Brooke, Nicholas 34n20
Brown, Carleton 233
Brown, Wendy 509
Browne, Sir Thomas 542, 548, 558
Browning, Elizabeth Barrett 583, 584, 645, 646
Sonnets from the Portuguese 583
Browning, Robert 151, 584–5, 586, 587–8, 590, 592, 596n25, 597–8
‘Caliban upon Setebos’ 584
“ ‘Childe Roland to the Dark Tower Came’ ” 587–8
‘Essay on Shelley’ 590, 597
‘Fra Lippo Lippi’ 584, 596n25
‘House’ 597
‘Master Hugues of Saxe-Gotha’ 592
‘My Last Duchess’ 584
‘The Names’ (sonnet) 597–8
Pippa Passes 586
‘Soliloquy of the Spanish Cloister’ 585
Bruster, Douglas 360
Buhler, Stephen 277
Bullein, William 422
Bulleins Bulwarke of Defence 422n27
Bullokar, William
Pamphlet for Grammar 169, 181
Bunyan, John
Pilgrim’s Progress 121, 634
Burbage, Richard 335
Burckhardt, Sigurd 502
Burghley House 493, 493f
Burrow, Colin v, vi, 97n4, 195, 198n30, 407, 408, 409, 413n2, 432, 435–6, 437, 439, 442, 445, 512, 514, 543, 547, 661
(p. 713) Complete Sonnets and Poems, The v, 432
‘Editing the Sonnets’ 435–6
Burton, Robert 533–4, 538
Anatomy of Melancholy, The 533–4
Butler, Judith 205, 510
Byron, Lord (George Gordon) 574–7, 579, 587
Childe Harold’s Pilgrimage 575–6
Don Juan 577
Manfred 576
Marino Faliero 577
‘Ode to Napoleon Buonaparte’ 575
‘On This Day I Complete My Thirty-Sixth Year’ 579
Callaghan, Dympna 78n2
Callard, Rebecca 350
Callimachus 109
Calvin, John 419
Institutes of the Christian Religion 419n24
Camden, William 107, 227, 241, 548
Campbell, Thomas 700
Campillo, Laura:
Shakespeare en España: textos, 1764–1916 (ed., with Ángel Luis Pujante) 690
Campion, Thomas 327, 488
Observations in the Arte of English Poesie 488
Caravaggio 615
Carew, Richard:
Survey of Cornwall, The 141
Carlyle, Thomas 594
Caro, Miguel Antonio 693
Carr, Nicholas 494
Carthage 102, 106, 138; see also Virgil: Aeneid
Castiglione, Baldasarre:
Book of the Courtier (trans. Thomas Hoby) 415, 548–9
Castrop, Helmut 681
Catholicism 148, 231–2, 492, 528, 541, 546, 557, 573, 696
anti-Catholicism 140, 232
Pope 136, 139, 140
Cato:
Distichs 99
Cavalcanti, Guido 123
Cave, Terence 79n6
Caxton, William 189
Cecil, Sir Robert 140n17, 238
Cecil, Sir William 490, 493f
censorship 81, 135, 635
Cervantes, Miguel de 694
Chambers, E. K. 286, 303
Chapman, George 48, 230, 237, 240, 398, 489, 491, 553
Hero and Leander see under Marlowe, Christopher
Musaeus, translation of 489
characterization 23–4, 49, 51, 67, 151, 155–6, 162–3, 165, 260, 261, 262, 263, 264, 272, 275, 285, 290, 304, 305, 309, 310, 340, 345, 347, 348, 350–3, 379, 380, 410, 583–6, 589, 602, 605, 618, 620, 622, 640, 679, 680, 681, 697; see also voice
Chartier, Roger 188n8
Chaucer, Geoffrey 114, 215, 240, 402, 544
Legend of Good Women 413n2
Troilus and Criseyde 119, 402n11
Cheney, Patrick 378–9, 386, 396n2
Cambridge Companion to Shakespeare’s Poetry, The vi
Shakespeare, National Poet-Playwright vi
Chernaik, Warren 148n34
Chester, Robert 230–1, 233, 235–8, 540, 542, 543, 544, 545, 548, 549, 551, 553
Loves Martyr 230–2, 233–8, 239–41, 242, 540, 542, 545, 547, 548, 551, 554–5, 558
dedication to Sir John Salusbury 230
‘Poeticall Essaies’ by other writers 230, 238, 239–40, 241, 540, 543
reprinted in 1611 238
Chile 695
(p. 714) Chrétien de Troyes 215
Christianity 14, 16, 148, 159, 230, 232, 419, 422–3, 470, 524, 541, 544, 547, 548–9, 554, 557, 611, 615, 636, 637, 664
anti-Christianity 637
Christmas 149
Churchyard, Thomas:
Lamentable Description 136
‘Shore’s Wife’ 524
Cicero 10, 89n42, 10n8, 145n25, 419
Ciceronians 494
De amicitia 419
citation 154–5, 196, 418, 421, 422, 428, 607; see also allusion; quotation
civil war 135–40, 146, 147–9, 602, 603; see also Wars of the Roses
Clark, David L. 564
Clarke, Mary Cowden:
Girlhood of Shakespeare’s Heroines, The 585
class, social 360, 367, 486, 501, 506, 524–5, 532–6, 538, 584, 602, 609, 612, 633, 637, 643, 644, 647, 695
classical literature vi, 14, 48, 83, 97–114, 185, 188, 202, 221, 524, 548, 554, 587
\Greek 48, 85, 100, 113, 188, 207, 209, 591
odes 99, 170, 266
plays 98, 290
poetry 98–9, 110, 113, 324–8, 548
see also epics; neoclassicism; specific authors, characters
Cleopatra 82–3, 86, 88, 206, 215–16, 217; see also under Shakespeare, William (works): plays: Antony and Cleopatra
Clough, Arthur Hugh:
Amours de Voyage 584
Coeffeteau, Nicholas 533
cognitive linguistics 66
cognitive science 66, 330
Coignet, Matthieu:
Politique Discourses upon Trueth and Lying (trans. Edward Hoby) 422n27
Coleridge, Samuel Taylor 46, 62, 66, 69, 565, 566, 571–4, 583, 595, 597, 604, 621–2, 624, 628, 629, 661, 700
Christabel 572–4
‘Frost at Midnight’ 572
‘Kubla Khan’ 573
‘Monody on Chatterton’ 572
‘A Motto Adapted from Love’s Labor’s Lost 574
‘The Nightingale’ 574
Rime of the Ancient Mariner, The 572–3
colonialism 38–40, 585
Colonna, Francesco:
Hypnerotomachia Poliphili (Strife of Love in a Dream) 503
Colonna, Giacomo 121, 127
Columbia, Republic of 695
Columbus, Christopher 494
Colwell, Anne 610
comedies (plays) 10, 20, 51, 54, 163, 187, 249, 267, 285, 368, 536, 612, 653, 662
comedy 18, 38, 57, 85, 87–8, 104, 165, 277, 285, 402, 404–5, 412, 429, 460, 541, 609, 624, 634, 662, 677
commonplacing 187–9, 196, 198–202
commonplace books 192, 196, 201–2
commonplace marks 187–8, 200
complaint, poetic vi, 71, 117, 140, 153, 154, 258, 404, 510, 523–5, 528, 535–6, 538, 681
‘female complaint’ 510, 523, 524, 528
Condell, Henry 234, 240, 242
conduct books 533–4
Conrad, H. 286–7
Contarini, Gasparo:
Commonwealth and Government of Venice, The 142n
conventions, poetic 36, 110, 121, 127, 188, 192, 193–6, 439
Cooper, Thomas:
Thesaurus 324, 427
copying 86, 192, 194, 252, 257
Corcoran, Neil 604
Corinth 201
Cormack, Bradin 110n36, 182, 198n30
Cornelius, Friedrich 683
Costa Picazo, Rolando 704
Costa Rica 704
Costello, Bonnie 609
(p. 715) couplets 108, 131, 400, 401, 403, 404, 435, 439n32, 443, 444, 465, 516, 517, 608
concluding 6, 9, 11, 70–2, 74, 111–12, 129, 155, 156, 157, 162, 171, 242, 297, 438, 439, 451–2, 453, 457, 459, 462, 516, 517, 620, 654, 694
decasyllabic 108
fourteener 48, 108
hexameter 48n10
in dramatic verse 4, 6, 9, 11, 35–6, 85, 87–8, 108, 278, 297, 333, 620
courtly love 472, 475; see also Petrarch: Petrarchan love
courtly speech 53, 54, 157, 183, 470, 509n18
Cowper, William 572, 594
Craik, T. W. 440
Crane, Mary Thomas 69
Crooke, Helkiah 221
Cuba 692
Cubism 148
cue-parts (actors’ play scripts) 293–5, 296, 299–300, 364
Culmann, Leonhard:
Sententiae Pueriles 99
Culpeper, Jonathan 365
cultural memory 135
Cummings, Brian 63n2, 64, 170
Cunningham, Valentine 204, 205–6, 213
Cupid 4, 126, 268, 269, 275, 470
Cybele 86, 140
Daemmrich, Ingrid 136
da Lentini, Giacomo 123
Damians de Bulart, Angelina 694
dance 270, 278, 279, 328, 332–5, 338, 674, 676
Daneau, Lambert 137–8
Treatise, touching antichrist 137
Daniel, Samuel 118, 135, 140–1, 144, 239, 339, 449, 450, 486, 489, 491, 497, 502, 524
Civil Wars 136
‘The Complaint of Rosamond’ 140–1, 524
Defence of Rhyme 110, 339, 450, 489, 502
Delia 131, 144, 524
Musophilus 141
Dante 110, 119–23, 127, 128, 131, 586, 589, 694
Beatrice 119–21, 123
De vulgari eloquentia 170–1
Divine Comedy 120
Rime petrose 127
4 (Cosi` nel mio parlar voglio esser aspro) 127
Vita Nuova 119–23, 127, 128, 131
III (A ciascun’ alma presa e gentil core) 120
XIX (Donne ch’avete intelligenza d’amore) 123
XXIII (Donna pietosa) 120
XLI (Oltre la spera che piu` larga gira) 120
XLII (Una mirabile visione) 120
David, Richard 343, 348–9
Davies, John, of Hereford 524
Davies, Sir John 334, 335, 336, 338
Orchestra or A poeme of dauncing 334
Davis, Philip:
Shakespeare Thinking 69
Davy, John 234, 237
‘An Epitaph vpon the death of . . . Sr John Salusbury’ 234–5, 236, 237
Dee, John:
“Mathematical Preface” to Billingsley’s Euclid 488
degli Agostini, Niccolò:
Tutti i libri di Ovidio Metamorphoseos 117
de Grazia, Margreta 80n9, 90n43, 188, 191, 191n16, 200n, 243n36, 479
dell’Anguillara, Giovanni Andrea:
Metamorfosi d’Ovidio 117
della Scala, Cangrande 121
Deloney, Thomas:
‘When Arthur first in court’ 274
De Man, Paul 564
Demetrius:
On Style 3
democracy 633–4, 636–7, 647, 705
Dench, Judi 309, 320
Dennis, John 77n
Déprats, Jean Michel 658–60
Pléiade Edition of Shakespeare’s works 658–9
(p. 716) Derrida, Jacques 77
Deutsche Shakespeare-Gesellschaft 680
Devereux, Lady Penelope 122; see also Sidney, Sir Philip: Astrophil and Stella
dialect 79n6, 81, 106, 135, 157, 182
dialogue 35, 47, 51, 69, 195, 252, 285, 290–5, 296, 297, 318, 322, 346, 380, 468–9
Diana (goddess) 85, 269
Dickens, Charles 586
Dickinson, Emily 633–6
‘The Brain—is wider than the Sky’ 635
‘He fumbles at your Soul’ 636
‘I dwell in Possibility’ 635
‘Paradise is that old mansion’ 635
‘So the Eyes accost—and sunder’ 635
‘To be Aliveis Power’ 635
‘Unto my Books—so good to turn’ 635
Dickson, Vernon Guy 148n34
diction 9, 11, 57, 90, 176, 441, 575, 679
Digges, Leonard 43, 242–3
‘TO THE MEMORIE of the deceased Authour Maister W. SHAKESPEARE’ 243
‘Vpon Master WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE, the Deceased Author, and his POEMS’ 243
Diocletian 148
Dionysius of Halicarnassus 413, 426
Roman Antiquities 413
disease (infection, sickness) 23, 50–2, 75, 80, 85n29, 131, 140, 231, 378, 398, 442–3, 479–81, 482, 484, 533, 623, 687
epidemic (plague) 378, 398
venereal 85n29, 131, 139, 445
Dobson, Michael 349–50, 351
doggerel 12, 13, 622, 663
Dolan, Frances 87n36
Dolce, Lodovico:
Le trasformationi 117
Stanze nella favola d’Adone 117
Dolven, Jeffrey A. 89n40, 98n4
Donaldson, Ian 242, 422n30
Donatus 10n8
Donne, John v, 40, 131, 135, 310, 433, 441, 488, 558
‘The Canonization’ 488
‘Death be not proud’ 441
‘Sappho to Philaenis’ vi
‘To His Mistress Going to Bed’ 38, 39
memorial in St. John’s Cathedral 558
dramaturgy 11, 163, 408
Drayton, Michael 135, 140, 495, 497, 502
Idea’s Mirrour 131
dreams 22–3, 47–8, 50, 108, 123, 208, 221, 269–70, 274, 668, 678
nightmares 318–21
Droste-Hülshoff, Annette von 687
Drummond of Hawthornden, William 612
Dryden, John, 43–4, 45–6, 56, 59, 68, 104, 107, 564
All For Love 68
Essay of Dramatick Poesie, An 43–4
Troilus and Cressida: Or, Truth Found too Late 68
Du Bartas, Guillaume de Salluste 146
du Bellay, Jean (Cardinal) 135
du Bellay, Joachim 134–49
Antiquitez de Rome 112, 134, 137, 138–42, 144–6, 149
Antiquitez 1 141
Antiquitez 3 146
Antiquitez 4 140
Antiquitez 6 138
Antiquitez 13 146
Antiquitez 24 139
Antiquitez 28 139
‘Contre les pétrarquistes’ 129
courtesan poems 138–40, 142, 144–5
‘La Courtisanne Repentie’ 139
Divers jeux rustiques 138–9, 145
‘J’ai oublié l’art de petrarquizer’ 145
Olive 145, 146
Les Regrets 141
La vieille courtisanne 138–40, 148
DuBois, Thomas A. 273n15
Dubrow, Heather 117, 266, 442n41, 444
The Challenges of Orpheus 266
Duffell, Martin J. 326, 328, 329, 331, 338
New History of English Metre, A 326
Duffin, Ross, 255, 280–1
(p. 717) Duncan-Jones, Katherine 29, 127, 172, 378n3, 432, 436, 437, 439, 441, 442–3, 445, 686
Shakespeare: Upstart Crow to Sweet Swan vi
Shakespeare’s Sonnets 432
Dürer, Albrecht 222n55
Durkheim, Émile 540–1, 547
Durling, Robert 151
Eckermann, Johann Peter:
Conversations of Goethe 601
Edmondson, Paul 438
education v, 80, 81, 89, 97–9, 103–4, 107, 110, 169–70, 172–6, 178–9, 181, 183, 188, 192–4, 197, 260, 342, 343–4, 349n15, 488, 533, 634–5, 637–8, 654
advocacy of vernacular 174–5
American 634–5, 637–8
language learning 672, 685–6
literacy 60, 80, 81, 104, 108, 109, 170, 342, 344, 392, 533
as metaphor 387–8, 391, 392, 394
as metaphor 172–3, 178
modern university 431–47, 637, 654
textbooks 99, 103, 169, 181, 192, 192n19, 343, 634–5; see also specific authors
of women 213, 533, 635
ecphrasis (ekphrasis) 102, 204–6, 208–20, 222–3, 380, 405, 406–7, 424–5
Eld, George 185–6, 200
elegies 38, 97, 225, 227, 229, 232–4, 236, 238–9, 240–4, 548, 550, 553, 554, 559, 608
pastoral 258; see also pastoral (general heading)
Eliot, George 583, 586
Brother and Sister 583
Eliot, T. S. 599, 603, 604, 616, 638, 643
‘Hamlet and his Problems’, 616
‘Marina’ 604
Waste Land, The 599, 604
Elizabeth I, Queen 39–40, 148, 225–6, 231, 232, 235, 236, 237–8, 241, 269, 419, 490, 496, 545, 549–50, 555, 582, 645, 702
Elsky, Martin 89n40
Elyot (Eliot), Sir Thomas:
Bibliotheca (Dictionary) 324
Preservative agaynste deth, A 143f
Emerson, Ralph Waldo 636, 637
Empson, William 80, 82, 158–9, 279, 433–4, 501, 602, 604, 607, 612
Seven Types of Ambiguity 80, 602
Some Versions of Pastoral 602
Structure of Complex Words, The 602
‘To an Old Lady’ 607
English language 27, 41, 48, 80–2, 89, 100, 101, 168–71, 174–8, 180–3, 324–5, 326–7, 329, 330, 334, 339, 357–8, 474, 514, 525, 570, 589, 601, 602, 629, 672, 676, 679–80, 681, 685–6, 687, 698
Anglo-Saxonisms (‘native words’, etc) 176–8, 182–3, 314, 317, 351, 444, 601
changes in 16th century 27, 41, 80, 168–70, 178, 180–1, 183
contrasted with Latin and Greek 48, 100, 169–70, 175, 178, 181, 324–5, 326–7, 329, 330, 339, 460
Latinate words 57, 176–7, 182–3, 314, 317, 320, 444, 548, 601
loan words 80
Old English 106, 182
Enlightenment 699
epics 48, 86, 102, 145, 170, 386, 398, 413, 424–5, 589, 591, 672, 679, 681
epithets 27
compound 34
epyllion 117, 396, 398–9, 404–5, 409n26
(p. 718) equivocation 156, 157
Erasmus, Desiderius 98, 101, 188–9, 192–4, 196, 199, 201, 426, 473
Adagia (Adages) 188, 201, 426
De Conscribendis Epistolis 192–3
De Copia 193–4, 197, 201
De Ratione Studii 193
Praise of Folly 426
Erne, Lukas 103, 188n8
Shakespeare as Literary Artist vi
eroticism see sexuality
errors, textual (mistakes, corruptions) 81, 296, 299, 437, 440
Eschenburg, Johann Joachim 673, 674, 685–6
Ueber W. Shakspeare 673, 685
Essex, 2nd Earl of (Robert Devereaux) 231, 237, 241
ethics 69, 74n33, 159
etymology 16, 28, 71, 81, 124, 182
Euclid:
Elements of Geometrie 488
Eulate, Carmela 693
Euphorbus 102
Euphuism 28
Euripides 219
Evans, Edith 311–12, 322
Evans, Gareth Lloyd 350–1, 353
Evans, G. Blakemore 432, 435, 439, 445
Shakespeare’s Sonnets 432
Evans, Vyvyan:
The Structure of Time 330
Everett, Barbara 434
Eyre, Richard 346
Fabian, Sybille 678
Fairfax, Edward
translation of Tasso 116
Farjeon, Herbert 311–12
Farmer, Alan 379
Farnaby, Thomas 107
Fauconnier, Gilles 66
Fearon, Ray 354
Felipe, León 703–4
Otelo, o el pañuelo encantado (Othello, or the Enchanted Handkerchief) 703
Macbeth o el asesino del sueño (Macbeth or the Murderer of Sleep) 703–4
female sexuality 22, 38, 87–8, 93, 117, 127, 131, 139–40, 165–6, 199, 200, 205–6, 208–14, 216–17, 220–3, 271, 357–8, 385, 391, 402, 407, 427, 445, 479, 505–9, 511, 513–20, 524–5, 533–4, 662, 666
and pregnancy/reproduction 57, 92, 93, 205–6, 208, 210, 220–1, 222, 369, 479, 519–20, 555, 662
and sexual violence 102, 142, 205–6, 209–11, 213–14, 216–17, 218, 219–20, 508, 615
chastity 102, 269, 356, 392, 415, 416, 422, 511, 513–14, 517, 520, 534, 536, 537, 546, 555, 575, 681
promiscuity 478, 479, 507–8, 517–18, 519–20
feminism 370, 506n5, 508, 645
antifeminism 517
feminist criticism 205, 357, 508
Fenner, Dudley 32
Feuchtwanger, Lion:
Exil 684
Field, Michael (pen name of Katherine Bradley and Edith Cooper) 586
Field, Richard 103, 379, 551–3
figurative language 27, 46, 54, 61, 64–6, 68, 74–6, 162, 607
film (cinema) 205, 253, 310, 347, 350, 353, 606, 641, 643–4, 645
Fineman, Joel 189n11, 479, 507
Fisher, Roy 604, 613–16
‘Barnardine’s Reply’ 613–15, 616
Flatter, Richard 683
Fleming, Juliet 552–3
Fletcher, John 10n7, 46, 262, 359, 566
Bloody Brother, The (or Rollo, Duke of Normandy) 262
Maid’s Tragedy, The (with Francis Beaumont) 440
(p. 719) Florio, John 702
Folger Shakespeare Library 683
Folkerth, Wes 341n2
fools (clowns, jesters) 54, 265, 266, 271–2, 278, 426, 703; see also under specific plays
Ford, Mark 605
Forey, Madeleine 104n22
form (poetry) 35, 89, 99, 100, 101, 102, 108, 110, 117, 170, 346, 590, 671, 672
classical 100, 101, 102, 694
see also couplet; metre; specific verse forms
Foucault, Michel 467, 476, 656
‘What is an Author?’ 467, 476
Four Books of Architecture 491
France 27, 30, 136, 137, 138, 139, 140, 147, 148, 372, 570–1, 653, 696, 701
French Empire 701
poetry 134, 141, 653, 669
reception of Shakespeare 653, 659, 669
theatre 248, 654, 659
Franco, Francisco 691, 704
Fraser, Russell 295–6
Fraunce, Abraham:
Third Part of The Countesse of Pembrokes Yvychurch 144
Frederyke of Jennen 214
free verse 634, 672
Freeman, Donald C. 365
Freer, Coburn 341, 342–3, 349
Freiligrath, Ferdinand von 673, 678
Freud, Sigmund 624
Fried, Debra 88
Fuller, David 308
Furnivall, Frederick 591
Galen 220, 533
Galinsky, Hans 681
gardens and gardening 486, 494
Garnier, Robert 136
Cornélie 137
Gascoigne, George:
Certain Notes of Instruction concerning the making of Verse or Rhyme in English 451, 526
Geiger, Barbara 674–5, 675f, 676, 677f
geography 29, 38–40, 488, 690
George, Stefan 683
German Shakespeare Society 683
Germany 641, 656, 671–87
German Democratic Republic (East Germany, GDR) 685
language 177, 182, 671, 676, 678, 679, 685, 686–7
reception of Shakespeare 671–2, 679, 685, 686
theatre 671, 673–8, 685
translations of Shakespeare 671–3, 679–87, 699
Gestalt 20
Gibbs, Raymond 67
Gielgud, John 309, 346–7, 350–4
Ages of Man recital 350–2, 353
Gildon, Charles 190–1, 196, 435
Gillebert, Pierre 139
Gillespie, Stuart 361
Gill, Stephen 570
Globe Theatre 10, 147, 334, 542, 703
Glück, Louise 628–9
‘Before the Storm’ 628–9
Gluckman, Max 540
God (Judeo-Christian) 23, 73, 93, 123, 125–6, 128–9, 146, 155, 419–20, 422, 429, 442, 469–71, 557, 594, 595, 597, 603, 660; see also Bible, Trinity
(p. 720) Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 601, 604, 679–80
Goldberg, Jonathan 508
Golding, Arthur:
translation of Metamorphosis 48, 104, 106, 416–17, 427, 429; see also under Ovid
Googe, Barnabe:
Eglogs, Epytaphes, and Sonettes 238
Gorges, Sir Arthur 145
Gorgeous Gallery of Gallant Inventions, A 269
Gosson, Stephen:
Playes Confuted in Five Actions 147
Goths 110, 138, 146, 147–8
Gower, John:
Confessio Amantis 413n2
Grady, Hugh 268
Graham, Susan 674
Graham-White, Anthony 289
grammar 6, 13, 34, 47, 49, 54, 56, 59, 72, 90, 168–70, 172–83, 288–90, 435, 445, 446, 463, 498, 522, 620, 635, 695
modal verbs 178, 179–81
parataxis 70
Granville-Barker, Harley 346
Grautoff, Erna:
Herrscher über Traum und Leben 684
Gray, Thomas 565, 566, 567
‘The Progress of Poesy. A Pindaric Ode’ 565, 567
Greek (language) 9, 12, 28, 48, 83, 84, 90, 97, 113, 188, 242, 243, 260, 266, 324, 328, 330, 332, 414, 480, 489, 495, 553; see also classical literature
Greek Anthology, The 553
Greenblatt, Stephen 154n5, 434, 442, 494, 507, 661
Greene, Robert 43, 422
Greene’s Vision 422n30
Groatsworth of Wit Bought with a Million of Repentance 29–30, 31
Menaphon 30
Orlando Furioso (play) 293; see also under Ariosto, Ludovico
Planetomachia 401n10
Greene, Robert W. 655
Greville, Fulke 497
Grey, Arthur Lord 231
Griffin, Bartholomew 239
Guinizzelli, Guido 123
Guise, Cardinal of 137
Guise, Duke of 137
Guizot, François 43, 60, 659
Gundolf, Friedrich 673, 681
Shakespeare. Sein Wesen und Werk 681
Gunn, Thom 605, 608
‘In a Wood Near Athens’ 608
Gurr, Andrew 434, 439
Gutiérrez, Joaquín 704
Hakluyt, Richard:
Principal nauigations, voyages, traffiques and discoueris of the English nation 39–40
Hall, Arthur 48n10
Hall, Peter 288, 292, 304, 317, 346, 349–50, 352, 353
Hammond, Paul 434
Handefull of Pleasant Delites, A 269
Hanson, Kristen 329
Hardie, Philip 405, 406–7
Hardwick Hall 491
Harich-Schneider, Eta 683, 684
Harington, Sir John 139
translation of Ariosto 116
harmony 31–2, 34, 35, 37, 41
Harrison, William 490
Hart, John:
Orthographie, An 289
Harvey, Gabriel 28, 31, 106, 118
Hathaway, Anne (wife of Shakespeare) 229, 231, 460, 476
Hatton, Sir Christopher 490
Hazlitt, William 564, 576, 583, 661
Lectures on the English Poets 705
Spirit of the Age, The 576
Heales, Robyn 349–50
Heaney, Seamus 601–2
Heffernan, James 205–6, 207
Heidegger, Martin 623, 627, 656
Discourse on Thinking 623
Heiden, Sophie Zipora 683–4
Helbling, Hanno 685
(p. 721) Hemans, Felicia 700
Heminges, John 234, 240, 242
Henderson, Diane 266n4
Henri III, King (of France) 137
Henri IV, King (of France) 137
Henry VIII, King 148, 231, 490
Henry, Prince (son of James I) 238, 241, 280
Henze, Hans Werner:
Venus and Adonis (opera) 674
heraldry 156, 226, 229, 232, 234, 541, 543, 544–5, 546, 555, 557
Herbert, George:
‘The Collar’ 441n38
Hercules 21, 99, 234, 337
Heywood, Thomas 239, 681
Hibbard, G. R. 49n11
Hieatt, Charles 135
Hieatt, Kent 135
Higher Criticism 591
Hill, Geoffrey 603, 605, 608, 615–16
‘Funeral Music’ 603
King Log 603
Triumph of Love, The 605, 608, 615–16
hip-hop 640
Hippocrates 533
Hippomenes 86, 88
historicist criticism v, 26, 501
histories (plays) 10, 27, 53, 54, 163, 186–7, 267, 273, 285, 368, 586, 653, 659, 697; see also specific plays
history 40, 81, 122, 273–4, 275, 313, 378, 391, 425, 469, 474, 478, 487, 490–91, 501, 528, 602, 603, 645, 689, 701, 702
classical 99, 102, 393, 425
of England 20, 26, 30, 31, 99, 139
personal 372–3, 386, 392, 394
Hitler, Adolf 684
Hofmann, Katharina 676
Hogle, Jerrold E. 578
Holdenby House 490
Holland, Hugh 240–1
Cypres Garland 241
Pancharis 240–1
‘Vpon the Lines and Life of the Famous Scenicke Poet, Master WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE’ 241–2
Holland, Peter 270
Homer 48, 189, 589, 591, 595, 639
Achilles 206
Cassandra 209
Helen 86, 88, 113, 425, 429
Illiad 48, 591
Paris 425, 429
Priam 217–18, 425
homoeroticism and homosexuality 92, 127, 132, 191–2, 271, 397, 400, 402, 407, 478, 479, 506, 507, 519–20, 702; see also gender; sexuality
homophobia 191–2
Hope, Jonathan 79n6
Hopkins, Gerard Manley 310, 588–9, 592, 601–2
‘Carrion Comfort’ 588, 592
‘No worst, there is none’ 588
Horace 99, 113, 227, 240, 243, 489
Epodes 139
Satires 326–7
horses 323–4, 325, 328, 331, 358, 543, 563, 564f, 611
Houlbrooke, Ralph 558
Howard, Skiles 335
Howe, Susan 645–7
Casa Guidi Widows 645
‘Fragments of a Liquidation’ 646
Liberties, The 646
‘Stella’s Portrait’ 646
‘THEIR | Book of Stella’ 646
‘WHITE FOOLSCAP | Book of Cordelia’ 646
Hughes, Langston 643
Hughes, Ted 599–602, 603–4
William Shakespeare: Poetry selected by Ted Hughes 599, 603
Hugo, François-Victor 659
humanism 117, 149, 169, 170, 172, 174, 213, 248; 380, 426, 473 487, 489, 495; see also education
humours (medical theory) 533
Humston, Robert 137
(p. 722) Hundred Years’ War 30
Hunter, G. K 53n
Hytner, Nicholas 346
imagery 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 45, 60, 64, 68, 74, 153, 164, 193, 312, 314, 362, 379, 388, 393, 394, 395, 403, 423, 514, 566, 575, 594, 596, 614, 615, 641, 659, 671, 676
immortality (eternal life, eternal youth) 113, 122, 149, 227, 229–30, 239, 243, 405, 406, 434, 453, 558–9; see also time
imperialism 38–40, 691, 701
increase (copia) 185–6, 190, 192–202, 406n19, 410; see also Erasmus, Desiderius
poetics of 185–6, 199
individualism 582, 585, 590, 637
Ingram, W. G. 432, 434, 436, 445
Shakespeare’s Sonnets (with Theodore Redpath) 432
Inns of Court 334, 524
Ireland 237, 696
rats 325
Isis 21, 367–8
and Osiris 367
Italy 27, 175, 583, 585
Italian drama 248
Italian language 80, 84, 116, 136, 154, 171, 607
Italian poetry 116–33; see also specific poets
Iwersen, Rainer 685
Jackson, Macdonald P. 436, 459–60, 526
Jacobi, Derek 317
Jaggard, William 239, 240
James, Heather 97n4, 210n27, 211
James I, King 231, 238, 241, 280
Jefford, Barbara 348
‘Jepha, Judge of Israel’ (ballad) 275–7
Jerome, Saint 422
Adversus Jovinianum 422n29
Jerusalem 143
‘New Jerusalem’ 136, 138
Jews 138
Johnson, Richard:
Crowne Garland of Golden Roses, A 275
Johnson, Robert:
authorship of ‘Full Fathom Five’ and ‘Where the Bee Sucks’ 280
‘Get You Hence’ (ballad) 280
Johnson, Samuel xi, 78, 81–4, 85–9, 94, 128, 565
Johnson, W. R. 247
Jones, Inigo 489, 490, 491
Jones, Richard 186n1
Jones, Robert:
First Book of Airs 273
Jonson, Ben 10n8, 26, 43, 44, 97, 99, 107, 109, 135, 230, 237, 238, 240, 241, 242–3, 244, 258, 325, 359, 540, 552, 553, 555, 612, 638, 691
Alchemist, The 243
Catiline His Conspiracy 243
English Grammar, The 289
‘Epos’ (in Chester’s Loves Martyr) 555
Everyman Out of his Humor 10n8
‘The Phoenix Analysde’ (in Chester’s Loves Martyr) 552
Poetaster 107, 325
‘To the memory of my beloued, The AVTHOR Mr. WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE’ 240
Volpone 243
Jordan, Wilhelm 676n, 678
Joseph, B. L. 343–4, 346
Joseph, Sr. Miriam:
Shakespeare’s Use of the Arts of Language 66
Kaegi, Anne 357
Kahlenburg, Max 680–1
Kaiser, Christian 675–6, 677f
Kannegießer, Karl Friedrich Ludwig 686
Kean, Edmund 311, 322, 575, 580
Keats, John v, 65–6, 311, 322, 564, 565, 566, 579–80, 587, 594, 602, 608, 625–6, 627, 629
Endymion 580
‘The Eve of St. Agnes’ 579
Letters 625
‘Ode on Melancholy’ 580
(p. 723) ‘Ode to a Nightingale’ 625–6, 627, 629
‘On Sitting Down to Read King Lear Once More’ 580, 625
‘To Autumn’ 580
Kendall, Timothy:
Flowers of Epigrammes 238
Kenilworth Castle 490
Kermode, Frank 59n24, 567, 661
Kerrigan, John 71, 432, 435, 436, 439, 445, 507, 510, 513, 514, 579, 686
The Sonnets and A Lover’s Complaint 432
‘King Cophetua and The Beggar Maid’ (ballad) 266n4, 274–5
King’s Men, The 248, 262, 359
Kitch, Aaron 280
Kleist, Heinrich von 3
Kliman, Bernice:
Latin American Shakespeares (ed., with Rick Santos) 690
Kökeritz, Helge 446
König, G. 286
Koestler, Arthur 79n6
Koppenfels, Werner von 681
Kozinn, Allan 674
Krämer, Ilse 683
Kraus, Karl 683
Krauss, Clemens:
Cappriccio (with Richard Strauss) 309, 321
Krieger, Murray 204
Kronos 149
Kyd, Thomas:
Cornelia (translation) 137
Lamb, Charles 46, 566
Specimens of Dramatic Poetry 566
Lamb, Mary Ellen 172
Lampe, Jutta 677
Langham, Robert 490–1
Lanham, Richard 37n, 38n27, 80n9, 91nn45–6
La Primaudaye, Pierre de 314–15, 427, 428
French Academy 314–15
Larra, Mariano José de 700
Latin (language) 9, 48, 57, 80n9, 89, 90, 97, 98–100, 103, 113, 122, 138, 148, 168–78, 181, 188, 195, 212, 233, 242, 243, 260, 324, 330, 413, 414, 416, 492, 503, 548, 554; see also classical literature
Latin-English dictionaries 324, 387, 427
Leavis, F. R. 346, 579
Revaluation 579
Leicester, Earl of (Robert Dudley) 490
Lesser, Zachary 379
Levao, Ronald 445
Levin, Harry 502
Lily, William:
Shorte Introduction of Grammar 169, 175, 181
Lindley, David 263
lines (verse) 285–305, 329, 338, 340, 341, 343, 525
as subject of wordplay 84–5, 87, 241–2
breaks 69, 70, 285, 286–8
caesurae 6, 8–9, 13, 15, 289, 442, 443, 499, 673
epic 301, 303–4
end-stopped, end-paused 3, 156, 158, 285, 286–8, 290, 291, 304, 305, 350, 404, 443n42, 591
enjambed 5, 6, 13, 59, 70, 156, 285, 286–8, 289, 305, 315, 316, 329, 330, 333, 350, 439n32, 443, 443n43, 444
feminine endings 6, 13, 85, 157, 301, 303–4, 457, 554
half-lines 6, 8, 9, 53, 290–2, 333
hypermetrical see under metre
long 285, 290, 301–4, 305, 331, 347
omitted syllables 298–9, 303
shared 285, 290–2, 300, 305, 348; see also dialogue
Ling, Nicholas:
Politeuphuia: Wit’s Commonwealth 201
Livy 413, 414, 417–18, 423, 424, 426
Ab Urbe Condita 102, 413, 414
Llewelyn, Nigel 558
Lodge, Thomas 140, 362, 524
Phillis 524
Rosalynde 663
Scillaes Metamprphoses 405
(p. 724) Tragical Complaint of Elstred, The 524
Wounds of Civil War 136
logic 23, 63, 64, 69, 71, 72, 74, 75, 76, 90, 158–9, 162, 170, 192, 232, 277, 324, 349, 450, 509, 517, 520, 621, 624
cornerstone of medieval education 170
London 29, 146, 175, 230, 233, 235, 549, 689, 696, 700, 701, 703
Longinus:
On the Sublime 3
Longleat House 491
Lope de Vega, Félix 691
love poetry 84; see also under Petrarchism
lovesickness 399, 402, 442, 479–81, 533–4, 536, 676; see also disease
Lowell, Robert 608, 609
Lucan 136, 145
Luhrmann, Baz:
Romeo + Juliet 606
Lyly, John 28
Lyne, Raphael 63n2, 65, 66, 67n16, 72
Shakespeare, Rhetoric, and Cognition 65
lyric verse vi, 9, 27, 36, 65, 68, 69, 70, 119, 123, 151, 157, 162, 163, 166, 247, 253, 265–7, 268–70, 273, 276–8, 279, 281, 524, 525, 528, 531, 579, 583–4, 587, 589, 591, 622, 627, 629, 696, 697
‘lesser lyric’ 265, 266, 269, 281
McDonald, Russ 63, 66, 69n23, 71, 286, 297, 341, 343, 344, 349
Shakespeare and the Arts of Language 66
McGuire, Philip 451
Mackail, J. M. 526
McKellen, Ian 309, 317, 320
Mackenzie, Henry 564–5
Man of Feeling, The 564
McMullan, Gordon 47
Macpherson Guillermo 693
Macready, William 586
Madariaga, Salvador de 693
Magnusson, Lynne 434n16, 473
Mahoney, Charles 572
Maiden’s Complaint of her Loves Inconstancy, The (ballad) 535–6; 538
Mallarmé, Stéphane 556
Malone, Edmond (Edmund) xi, 130, 191n16, 196, 243, 505, 680, 685, 698
Mañé Garzón, Pablo 694
Mantuan:
Eclogues 99
Marder, Elissa 208n20
Marino, Giambattista:
Adone 117
Maristany, Fernando 693
Markham, Gervase 139–40
Famous Whore, The 139, 144
Marlowe, Christopher 26, 48, 49, 139, 240, 396n2, 495, 586, 590, 621, 702
Dido Queen of Carthage (with Thomas Nashe) 106, 371
Doctor Faustus 586, 587
Hero and Leander (completed by George Chapman) 137, 398, 681
Tamburlaine the Great 186n1, 586
Marsh, Christopher 334
Marshall, David 530
Marston, John 230, 540, 553
Martí-Miquel, Jaime 693
Martindale, Charles 97n3
Martindale, Michelle 97n3
Martinez, Ronald L. 119
Mason, Michael 570
Massinger, Philip 46
Masson, Forbes 253
Masten, Jeffrey 86n33
materialist criticism 26
mathematics 190, 488, 495, 543
geometry 488
see also numbers
Mauntz, Felix von 675
(p. 725) Maximilian II, Holy Roman Emperor 323–4
Maxwell, J. C. 297
Mayakovsky, Vladimir 507
Medwall, Henry:
Fulgens and Lucrece 18, 19
Meek, Richard 222
Melville, Herman 635
Mendes, Sam 346
Menzer, Paul 344n8
Mercury (god) 192
Meredith, George:
Modern Love 584
Meres, Francis 43, 102, 202, 239, 308
Palladis Tamia: Wit’s Treasury 201–2, 411
Mermaid Tavern 135
metre 47, 48, 54, 63, 69, 71n26, 75, 78, 85, 86, 87, 100, 107, 157, 161, 170, 238, 262, 287, 290, 294, 295, 296, 297–8, 299–300, 301–3, 305, 317, 324–32, 334–8, 341–5, 345–6, 347, 349, 351–2, 438, 442, 444, 450, 452, 487, 500, 501, 502, 517, 538, 540, 543, 634, 640, 671, 672, 673, 679, 686, 694, 699
alexandrines 48n10, 171
anapestic 326, 327, 329, 330, 334, 336, 337
classical (Greek and Latin) 48, 100, 110, 113, 324–8, 330, 339, 460
dactylic 327, 334, 336
decasyllabic 108
fourteener 48, 108, 342
hendecasyllabic 698
hexameter 48n10, 111, 295, 301–3
hypermetrical lines 6, 9, 13, 157, 290, 457–8
iambic 86, 161, 292, 313, 321, 327, 330, 331–2, 333, 335, 337, 340, 457, 499, 602
pentameter 13, 48, 58–9, 85, 286, 288, 291, 292, 301, 302, 314, 316, 329, 334, 337, 340, 341–5, 348, 350, 351, 434, 451, 573, 614
poulter’s measure 107
pyrrhic 327, 328, 329, 330, 331
rhyme royal 526, 538, 583n1, 679
scansion, improper 100
spondaic 327, 328, 329, 330, 334, 335, 336
tetrameter 325, 351, 540, 543, 583n1
seven-syllable (cataletic) 86, 325, 540
trochaic 86, 327, 329, 331, 334, 335, 337, 442, 540, 543, 566
Mexico 703–4
Michelangelo:
Colonna, Vittoria 132–3
dei Cavalieri, Tommaso 132
poetry 132–3
151 (Non ha l’ottimo artista alcun concetto) 133
Middleton, Thomas:
Ghost of Lucrece 140n17
Mad World, My Masters, A 398
revision of Measure for Measure 261–2
Millier, Brett 611
Milton, John 97, 108, 512, 578, 589, 624
Areopagitica 512
‘Epitaph on the admirable Dramaticke Poet, W. SHAKESPEARE’ 242, 244
mimesis 9–10, 18–24, 48, 70, 204–5, 349, 379, 388, 389, 392, 394, 512, 514
articulated 18–20
elevated 18–19, 24
evacuated 18 23–4
reticulated 18, 20–1
saturated 18, 21–3
Minturno, Antonio:
De Poeta 494
Miola, Robert S. 97n3, 341, 342n3, 349n15
Mirror for Magistrates, The 380, 524
miscommunication 80, 81, 163, 164–5; see also malapropism; quotation: misquotation
Mitchell, W. T. J. 206, 223
modernist poetry 640, 642, 643, 647
modernity 14, 17, 488, 582, 587, 591, 597
monologue 139, 151
Montaigne, Michel de 384–5
‘Apology for Raymond Sebond’ 384–5
Essais 384
Montemayor, Jorge de 259
Montezanti, Miguel Ángel 694, 695
(p. 726) Montgomeryshire, Earl of 240
Moore, Marianne 608, 638
Moratín, Leandro Fernández de 691, 693n7
More, Thomas 426
Morley, Sheridan 352, 353
Morley, Thomas 249, 250f, 251
Morozov, Mikhail 362
Mortimer, Anthony 117n2
Mowat, Barbara A. 432n4, 435, 445–6
Shakespeare’s Sonnets and Poems (with Paul Werstine) 432n4
Mowl, Timothy:
Elizabethan and Jacobean Style 493
Muir, Kenneth 509
Mujica Lainez, Manuel 694
Mulcaster, Richard 80, 175
First Part of the Elementarie, The 175
Mulvey, Laura 205n7
Musaeus 489
muses 146, 171, 173, 174, 176–7, 197, 209, 219, 589, 646
music 26, 79, 199, 247–9, 250f, 252, 253–6, 259, 262, 263, 264, 265, 268, 270, 271, 278, 309, 321, 327, 330, 335, 336, 344, 488, 494, 495, 574, 674, 684, 685
jigs 270, 277, 278, 280, 333
myths 11, 18, 21, 78, 83–4, 85–9, 99–100, 116–17, 238, 674, 676, 677; see also Homer; Ovid; Virgil; specific mythological figures
narrative poetry vi, 398, 523, 524, 567, 579; see also Shakespeare, William: narrative poems
narrators 58, 120, 152, 154, 247, 250, 258, 372, 381, 382, 399, 409, 421, 423, 430, 510, 523, 525, 528, 531, 532, 568, 577, 672, 676
Nashe, Thomas:
Choise of Valentines, A 397–8
Dido Queen of Carthage (with Christopher Marlowe) 106
‘Epistle to Students’ 30
preface to Sidney’s Astrophil and Stella 171
nationalism 691, 693, 704, 705
naturalism 5, 8, 345, 347, 354, 672; see also realism
nature 27, 46, 73, 193, 279, 280, 364, 402, 464–5, 542, 565, 655, 656, 657
as creator 23, 86, 111, 129, 144, 147
human 38, 58–9
imagery of 11, 44
relationship to art 279–80, 667–9
Naughton, John 658
Shakespeare and the French Poet (ed) 654
Neely, Carol Thomas 360
Neill, Michael 301, 551
neoclassicism 691, 696–7, 699, 701
neologisms 48, 54, 80, 81n14, 105, 418, 522, 526, 683
conversion of noun to verb 11, 48, 388
see also archaisms
Neoplatonism 132, 232, 399, 494, 547, 548
Nero 148
Neruda, Pablo 695
New Shakspere Society 591
New York Review of Books 608–9
Newman, Jane O. 216, 219
Newstok, Scott L. 553
Niedecker, Lorine 642
Nietzsche, Friedrich 589, 656
Noble, Adrian 310
Norris, Ralph:
Warning to London by the fall of Antwerp, A 137
Norse literature 83
North, Dudley:
Forest of Varieties, A 289
North, Sir Thomas
translation of Plutarch’s Lives 109, 415
Norton Shakespeare, The 443
novels 582, 586, 589, 626–7, 682, 684, 685
numbers 77, 78, 82, 84, 89, 92, 93, 488, 495, 526, 584
0 (zero) 92, 141, 144, 146, 519
see also mathematics
Nunn, Trevor 317, 320, 346
Nuttall, A. D. 75n35, 661
Ochlast, Jens 676
Olivier, Laurence 309, 310, 346–7, 350, 354
Othello 354
(p. 727) Olson, Rebecca 213n35, 217
onomastics 180
Oras, Ants 287
Orgel, Stephen 432, 434, 436, 438, 445–6
The Sonnets 432n4
ornamentation 3, 26–7, 32, 33, 35–6, 37–8, 41, 54, 77, 101, 171, 176, 486–7, 492, 496, 502, 503
Ornstein, Robert 34n20
ottava rima 117, 575
Otway, Thomas 572
Ovid 84, 85–6, 87n34, 88, 98, 100–2, 103–4, 106, 111–14, 116–17, 138n8, 149, 202, 206–9, 210, 212, 213, 214, 216, 219, 221, 227, 232, 239, 240, 243, 396–7, 399–400, 402n12, 405–10, 411–12, 413, 414, 416–18, 423, 424, 425, 427, 428, 429, 445, 524, 540, 546, 553, 674
Amores ix, 125, 232, 396, 405, 407
II.6 (elegy on Corinna’s parrot) 546, 553
Fasti 102, 413, 414, 416, 418, 425, 428
Costanzo, Antonio, commentary by 413, 426
Marso, Paolo, commentary by 413, 426
Heroides 98, 117, 406, 410, 524
Metamorphoses 48, 85–6, 88, 89, 111–12, 117, 194, 206–9, 210, 212, 213, 214, 216, 219, 221, 397, 405, 407, 409, 413, 416–17, 427, 429
Adonis 405
Arachne 206, 208
Atalanta 78, 83–4, 85–9, 93–4
Aurora 399
Byblis 417, 429
Cinyras 400
Daedalus 194
Hermaphroditus 397, 399
Hippolytus 399
Iasus 85
Jason 416
Medea 107, 416
Myrrha 400, 416–17
Narcissus 397, 399
Oenone 399
Orpheus 266, 268, 269, 396–7, 399, 405, 407
Paphus 400–1
Persephone 405
Phaeton 405
Procne 205, 207–8, 211, 214, 216, 217
Pygmalion 107, 194, 400, 408
Pythagoras 102, 112, 194, 405
Salmacis 399
Scylla 399
Tereus 106, 211, 213–14, 218, 361, 408, 409, 410
translated by Golding 48, 104, 106
Venus 400, 405
Ovidian myths 11 see also myths
Ovidian poems 28, 41, 116, 386, 396, 532, 538; see also epyllion
Tristia 406
Oxford English Dictionary (OED) 48n9, 52, 55n19, 57n21, 80, 81n16, 87n35, 113, 195, 324, 419, 423, 440, 544, 547, 548, 549, 568, 580, 619
Oxford Shakespeare, The vii, 80, 109, 253, 255–6, 257, 295, 299, 301, 333, 432n4, 613
oxymoron 37, 118, 438, 501
Painter, William
The Palace of Pleasure 413n2
Palfrey, Simon 292
palindromes 500
palinode 145
Parabosco, Girolamo 117
paradox 29, 50, 92, 118, 145, 153, 154, 157, 162, 166, 186, 457, 549, 568
Paris, France 570–1
Parker, Patricia 78n2
parody 39, 40, 53, 60, 84, 86 118, 232, 252–3, 267, 676, 685
self-parody 50
see also satire
Parra, Nicanor 695
Parry, Robert:
Sinetes passions 140n17
Parthenopaios 87n34
(p. 728) Partington, A. S. 79n6
Passionate Pilgrim, The 239–40, 321
translations 685, 686, 693, 695
Pasternak, Boris 602, 607, 608, 613
Doctor Zhivago 602
‘Hamlet’ 602
Safe Conduct 607
pastiche 86, 106
pastoral 253, 258, 279–80, 524–5, 532, 566, 570, 612; see also under elegies
Paterson, Don 431–2, 434, 436, 439–40, 441n38, 445
Reading Shakespeare’s Sonnets: A New Commentary 432n4
pathos 7, 47, 54, 140, 278, 402–3, 680
Patmore, Coventry:
Angel in the House, The 584
patriarchy 207, 212, 213, 219, 280, 358, 370, 434, 479, 507, 515, 519–20, 582
patriarchal language 207, 358
Peacham, Henry 29, 79, 91n46, 259–60, 261
Complete Gentleman, The 259–60
Garden of Eloquence, The 29, 79, 83n25
Peele, George:
possible collaboration on Titus Andronicus 408n25
Pembroke, Earl of 240
Pérez Bonalde, Juan Antonio 693
performance (concept) 12, 30, 60, 64, 166, 261, 263, 361, 372, 373, 381, 382, 384, 386, 387, 388, 390–1, 395, 468, 475, 482, 509–11, 513, 514, 520, 584, 585, 624
performances v, 29–30, 32, 79, 103–4, 108, 166, 187, 188n8, 247–53, 257, 258–9, 260, 261, 263, 264, 265, 271, 285, 288, 289, 290, 294, 307–8, 309, 311–2, 321, 336, 340, 341–54, 358, 361, 364, 380, 575, 585, 586, 589, 618, 632, 644, 654, 659, 671, 673–8, 685
acting styles 343–4, 345–8
modern theories of 285, 288, 300, 302–3, 304, 345–8, 350
reviews (criticism) of 311–12, 313, 340, 347, 349–50, 352, 354
Petrarch 110–11, 116–19, 121–31, 138, 144–6, 151, 155, 157, 258, 486, 495, 661
Canzoniere (Rime sparse) 119, 120–31
RVF 1 (Voi ch’ascoltate in rime sparse il suono) 124–5, 130
RVF 3 (Era il giorno) 125–7
RVF 4 (Que’ ch’infinita providentia et arte) 121
RVF 16 (Movesi il vecchierel canuto et bianco) 126, 128
RVF 23 (Nel dolce tempo de la prima etade) 127
RVF 45 (Il mio adversaria in cui veder solete) 126
RVF 70 (Lasso me, ch’i’ no so in qual parte pieghi) 127
RVF 90 (Erano i capei d’oro a l’aura sparsi) 129
RVF 125 (Se ‘l pensier che mi strugge) 126
RVF 126 (Chiare fresche et dolci acque) 129
RVF 129 (Di pensier in pensier) 130
RVF 132 (S’amor non e) 118
RVF 134 (Pace non trovo) 118
RVF 189 (Passa la nave mia colma d’oblio) 130
RVF 190 (Una candida cerva sopra l’erba) 127, 151–2, 154
RVF 239 (Là ver’ l’aurora, che si dolce l’aura) 153
RVF 248 (Chi vuol veder quantunque pò Natura) 129
RVF 264 (I’ vo pensando) 123, 126, 131
RVF 345 (Deh porgi mano a l’affannato ingegno) 131
RVF 348 (Da’ piú belli occhi, et dal piú chiaro viso) 131
RVF 365 (I’ vo piangendo) 126, 131
Familiares 122
Laura 118, 121–3, 125–31, 144, 154, 211
real existence questioned 121
Secretum 122, 126
Petrarchism 38, 86, 87, 118–19, 121, 127, 129–33, 144–5, 153, 157, 211, 213, 268–9, 270, 272, 403, 442, 463, 506, 507, 512–13, 517, 524, 533
(p. 729) anti-Petrarchism 135
Petrarchan love 36, 37, 117, 130, 463, 473, 512; see also courtly love
Petrarchan sonnet see under sonnet (poetic form)
Petronius 136
Pevsner, Nikolaus 487, 490
Phaer, Thomas 106
Phoenix Nest, The 232, 239, 540, 553
Pierce, Robert B. 74n
Pike, Kenneth L. 104n20
Pilkington, James 419
Aggeus and Abdias, Prophetes 419n22
Pinter, Harold 292
plagiarism 43
Plato 328, 548–9, 632
Diotima 209
Gorgias 489
Platonic love 238
Platonism 401, 494, 662
Symposium 548–9
Theaetetas 194
see also Neoplatonism
Plautus 187
Playfair, Nigel 311
Plessow, Günter:
Kritik der Liebe 686
plot 17, 18, 162, 163, 166, 185, 275, 277, 281, 361, 362, 365, 587, 588, 600, 605, 614, 640, 681
Plutarch 367
‘Life of Marcus Antonius’ 109
Lives 108–9, 367, 415
Poe, Edgar Allan 634
Poel, William 345–7, 351
Poems for Shakespeare: A Selection 613
poesis v, 9
politics 26, 28, 29, 38, 40, 225–6, 269, 545–6, 549, 555, 592, 609, 613, 615, 664, 685, 689, 691, 696, 700, 701–2, 703
Polychorda 686
polysemy 171, 180
Pombo, Rafael 693
Poole, William 82n21, 90
Pope, Alexander 77n, 596n27
Porter, Cole 640–1
Kiss Me, Kate 641
Porter, Ebenezer:
Rhetorical Reader, The 654–5
postmodernism 646
post-structuralism 656
Potter, Lois 353–4
Pound, Ezra 642, 643
Prince, F. T. 116
printing 78, 80–1, 102, 103, 107, 128, 142, 143f, 185–7, 188n8, 190, 198, 239, 248, 249, 251, 252, 256, 257, 258, 264, 267, 269, 274, 279–80, 288, 289, 296, 379–80, 385, 551–3, 636, 637, 641
book trade (book market) 379, 384, 385
Procter, B. W. 575
pronunciation 79, 80n9, 81, 157, 160, 175, 308, 326, 446, 452, 459, 465; see also dialect
proportion 36
prose v, 3, 4, 6, 7, 12–13, 19, 26, 28, 40, 59, 83, 119–20, 122, 123, 285, 290, 308, 309, 312, 313, 317, 326, 332, 333, 340, 494, 582, 586, 614, 622, 625, 629, 634, 654, 671, 673, 674, 679, 684, 685, 693, 695
prosody 71, 161, 344, 345, 543, 583, 654, 660
prosodic treatises 288–9
prostitutes and prostitution 135, 138–40, 142–5, 356, 358, 508, 517
Protestantism 139, 148, 226, 227, 232, 419, 429, 557, 573, 689, 696
Unitarianism 697
Proust, Marcel 135
proverbs 46, 74, 93, 198, 199, 272, 431, 438, 443, 444, 452
Prynne, J. H. 74–5, 604
They That Haue Powre to Hurt; A Specimen of a Commentary on Shake-speares Sonnets, 94 74, 604
psychology 24, 49, 71, 445, 591
moral psychology, ancient and Renaissance 414–15
psychological readings 48, 52, 57, 66, 153, 420, 421
psychological realism 9, 669
(p. 730) Pujante, Ángel Luis 693
Shakespeare en España: textos, 1764–1916 (ed., with Laura Campillo) 690
punctuation 286, 287, 288–90, 303, 347, 435–6, 437, 443, 443n42, 445, 446, 463, 699; see also grammar, syntax
puns 44, 50, 57, 77n, 78, 79, 82–3, 84–5, 88, 89, 90, 92, 130, 136, 140, 147, 172n11, 339, 358, 431, 437, 446, 451, 499, 501, 516, 621, 646; see also wordplay
Purcell, Henry 674, 677–8
Puritanism 636, 665–6
Puttenham, George 10n7, 26–7, 29, 32, 35, 39, 81, 86n31, 90, 91, 234, 260, 289, 295, 326–7, 329, 330–1, 449, 454–5, 460–1, 462, 495, 497, 499, 510–11, 525–6, 527, 529, 531, 533, 537
Art of English Poesie, The 289, 326–7, 330, 454–5, 495, 496f, 511, 525–6, 527
Quayle, Anthony 346, 348
Queen’s House, Greenwich 490
queer theory 507
Quevedo, Francisco de 694
Quintilian 100n9, 422, 428–9
Declamationes XIX Maiores 422n29
Institutio Oratoria 194
quotation 60, 99, 100, 103, 107, 109, 113, 265, 360, 363, 570, 577, 579, 600, 641–2
misquotation 99, 100; see also miscommunication; malapropism
self-quotation 201
Rabelais, François 135
race 93n50, 352, 354, 486, 506, 508, 585, 643, 647, 665–6
Radcliffe-Brown, A. R. 542
Raleigh, Walter 240
Rasmussen, Eric 432n4, 436, 446
Shakespeare’s Complete Works (with Jonathan Bate) 432n4
Rayson, Paul 363; see also Wmatrix
Read, Sophie 78n3, 90
realism 9, 582, 589, 669; see also naturalism
Record, Robert 488
Rebhorn, Wayne 144
Redpath, Theodore 432, 434, 436, 445
Shakespeare’s Sonnets (with W. G. Ingram) 432
Reed, Henry:
Lessons of the War: ‘Naming of Parts’ 357
Reformation 128, 140, 148, 226, 231–2, 541, 557, 558, 582; see also Protestantism
Regis, Gottlob 673, 682
Reichert, Klaus 685
Renaissance 10, 67, 69, 81, 89, 99–100, 132, 136, 149, 188–9, 200, 202, 260, 285, 288, 487, 489, 493, 531, 548, 553, 576, 585, 619, 676, 681, 702
visual art 99–100
Restoration 43, 68
rhetoric 7–8, 11, 28, 30, 32–6, 38, 40–1, 51, 54, 55, 59, 62, 64–76, 78–81, 83, 89–92, 99–101, 110–12, 117, 151, 152, 153–4, 157, 161, 163, 169, 171, 180, 186, 192–3, 196–7, 199, 200, 204, 208, 209, 219, 221, 223, 259–61, 263, 289, 296, 297, 298, 309, 313, 343, 344, 347, 352, 365, 372, 396, 405–6, 409–10, 411, 423, 435, 450, 452, 497, 509, 510, 511–13, 514, 516, 524, 527, 541, 579, 603, 661, 679, 680, 682
aischrologia 90
cacozelia 91
classical 67, 90, 98–102, 163, 204n2, 210, 234, 259–61, 487, 683
cognitive 65, 66–7, 69, 72–3, 76, 706
rules 80, 89–90
‘vices’ 79–81, 90–1, 201
tautalogia 201
rhetorical terms (tropes, figures, schemes) and concepts 27, 28, 35, 39, 53, 54, 62, 65–71, 73, 74–6, 78–81, 83, 89–92, 99–101, 171–2, 174, 192–3, 194, 195, 200, 365, 393, 434, 450–1, 452, 455, 461, 497, 502, 503, 511, 574, 600
alliteration 53, 59, 124, 160, 230, 231, 314, 317, 319, 443, 450, 453, 454, 499, 543, 625
anadiplosis 33, 497
(p. 731) analogy 48, 59, 121, 132, 197, 405, 408, 612
anaphora 33, 59, 83, 260, 450, 454, 497, 510
antanaclasis 90, 91, 172, 180, 182, 183
antimetabole (commutatio) 260, 451, 453, 455–6, 497
antistasis 451, 453
antistrophe 54, 260, 510
antithesis (opposition) 8, 54, 57, 118, 130, 320, 370, 372, 420, 494, 497, 498, 502
aposiopesis 295, 635
apostrophe 177, 458, 510, 595
assonance (vowel rhyme) 308, 314, 320, 451, 453, 454, 455, 501
bombast 27–8, 29–32, 34, 37, 39–41, 43, 44, 68
chiasmus 67, 70, 314, 451, 484, 497, 498
chronographia 101
comparison 8, 48, 55, 88, 129, 145
consonance 451, 453, 454, 455
diacope 451, 453, 456
dissonance 308, 315
definition 129, 469
echo see under sound
ecphonesis 510–11, 513, 514, 519
enargeia 215, 219, 222
epanalepsis 172, 497
epimone 509
epiphora 369
epizeuxis (subjunctio) 451, 497, 503
heaping 34, 36–8, 160
hyperbaton 698
hyperbole 27–9, 31, 32, 33, 38–41, 128–9, 365, 472, 503, 629
irony 18, 21, 28, 67, 80, 126, 129, 132, 196, 198, 200, 387, 428, 444, 470, 502, 579, 616, 624, 677
isocolon 33, 59, 451, 454, 456
juxtaposition 131
metalepsis 64, 65, 67, 69, 83
metaphor 27, 28, 32, 44, 45–6, 55, 56, 59, 60, 64, 67–9, 71n26, 89n42, 93, 112, 117, 143, 172n11, 193, 219, 260, 312, 362, 363, 365, 366, 372, 385, 386, 388–9, 390–2, 434, 488, 489, 497, 502, 564, 629
metonymy 28, 49, 67, 83, 253, 405, 421, 544
parallelism 28, 31, 33, 34, 35–6, 39, 40, 70, 158–9, 498, 502, 582, 620, 622, 625
paronomasia (adnominatio) 90, 91, 451, 456
personification 57, 59
ploce (ploche) 90, 451, 453, 456, 497, 503
polyptoton 67, 71, 75, 90, 91, 124, 451
prolepsis 142, 237
prosopopiea 260–1, 262–3
simile 8, 45, 54, 366
syllepsis 90, 91, 92
syllogism 162
symmetry 26, 27, 28, 32–4, 35, 39, 41, 131, 157, 445, 488, 489–90, 491, 493, 500, 526
synecdoche 28, 49, 67, 163, 494
tautology 51, 129
traductio 101
zeugma 498
rhetoricians 38, 66–7, 79, 90, 232, 489, 494
classical 66–7
Renaissance 67, 90, 489, 494
rhetorical treatises 3, 28, 29, 79, 83, 168, 289, 654–5
Greco-Roman 3, 28
16th-century manuals 28, 29, 79, 83, 168, 343
rhyme vi, 3–6, 17, 35, 53, 71, 79, 91, 108, 110–13, 117, 157, 171, 268, 297, 324–5, 333, 342, 400, 402, 404, 434, 438, 443–4, 446, 449–66, 495, 496f, 497–8, 499, 500–1, 502, 516, 525, 543, 551, 554, 556, 577, 591, 640, 643, 654, 682, 683, 694
abab (‘cross metre’) 36, 111, 451, 457
feminine rhyme see under lines (verse)
identical 464, 465
internal 450, 456, 462, 463, 498, 500, 501, 516
rhymed with ‘time’ 113, 462–3
sight (eye) rhyme 157, 464
slant (half) rhyme 79, 91, 360
rhythm 3, 6, 11, 13, 14, 69, 71n26, 171, 247, 309, 313, 316, 317, 324–39, 340, 343, 347, 360, 442, 443, 495, 499, 575, 602, 604, 639, 660, 679, 683, 694
cadence 158, 164, 326, 525, 634
see also metre
Rich, third Baron (Robert Rich) 122
Richardson, Ian 350
Richardson, Ralph 346
Ricks, Christopher 554, 579
riddles 50, 86, 370, 540, 582
Rigolot, Francois 144
Rimbaud, Arthur 657–8
ritardando 5–6
Rivas, José Pablo 693
Rivero Taravillo, Antonio 695
Riverside Shakespeare, The 16
Robinson, Edmund 359
Robinson, Terese 671, 673, 677
Roche, Thomas 121
Rodenburg, Patsy 288
Rodó, José Enrique:
Ariel 705
Roe, John 526
Rogers, Thomas:
Philosophical Discourse, A 414
Rokison, Abigail 341, 342n4, 346, 347–8
Rollins, Hyder Edward 432, 439, 445
A New Variorum Edition of Shakespeare: The Sonnets 432
romances (plays) 9, 10, 23, 52, 100, 532, 627, 629
Greek 100
Romanticism 191, 247, 266, 563–7, 573, 574, 576, 578, 580, 583, 584, 587, 597, 604, 656, 682, 686, 696, 699–700, 701
Rome 108, 110, 112, 135–44, 146–9, 175, 220, 393, 413, 425, 548, 680
Coliseum 147
fall 112, 136, 139
monarchy 142, 424–5, 427
Republic 136, <