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date: 15 July 2020

(p. xvii) List of Figures

(p. xvii) List of Figures

  1. P.1 The catalogue of the thirty-five plays included in the 1623 Folio, excluding the poems. viii

  2. P.2 Highly crafted quarto title page of the 1594 edition of Venus and Adonis. ix

  3. P.3 Quarto title page of the 1594 edition of Lucrece. x

  4. P.4 Marked-up copy of the 1609 quarto title page of the Sonnets, bearing Shakespeare’s name. xi

  5. 8.1 A ‘Roman’ Lucrece in Front of the Ruins of Ancient Troy or Future Rome. 143

  6. 13.1 Seventeenth-century drawing, by Francis Sandford, of the Stanley tomb, St Bartholomew’s Church, Tong. 228

  7. 13.2 Inscription on Shakespeare’s grave, Holy Trinity Church, Stratford-upon-Avon. 230

  8. 13.3 Salusbury tomb (showing Sir John, d. 1578, grandfather of the poet-patron of Lleweni, with his wife and children) in St Marcella’s Church, Denbigh. 233

  9. 14.1 ‘It was a louer and his lasse’, from Thomas Morley, The First Booke of Ayres (1600). 250

  10. 14.2 A Louers complaint being forsaken of his Loue. To a pleasant new tune. 255

  11. 20.1 Clement Marot, Blasons du corps feminin (1543). 359

  12. 25.1 Sonnet 126, ‘Shake-speares Sonnets. Neuer before imprinted’ (1609). 464

  13. 27.1 The Warrener’s Lodge at Rushton. 492

  14. 27.2 Drawing of the south front of Burghley House. 493

  15. 27.3 The western front of Burghley House. 493

  16. 27.4 A page from Puttenham’s The Art of English Poesy. 496

  17. 30.1 The Threnos of ‘The Phoenix and Turtle’, in Loves Martyr (1601). 552

  18. (p. xviii)
  19. 31.1 Blake, ‘Pity’. 564

  20. 35.1 Duelling Flamboyancies: (A) Walt Whitman as Walt Whitman: Steel engraving of a daguerreotype, now lost, used as frontispiece for Leaves of Grass. (B) Junius Brutus Booth as Richard III. 633

  21. 37.1 Venus and Adonis played by Barbara Geiger, the Berliner Globe Theater, 1993. 675

  22. 37.2 Venus played by Barbara Geiger and Adonis by Christian Kaiser, Pegnitz-Auen, 14 July 2008. 677

  23. 37.3 Venus played by Nadine Geyersbach and Adonis by Alex Gamnitzer, Theater Freiburg, 20 October 2002. 678 678

  24. 38.1 Title page of Matías de Velasco y Rojas’ translation, 1877. 692