Unediting the Renaissance: Shakespeare, Marlowe, Milton

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INDEX
Note: italic type indicates an illustration
a
Admiral’s Men 55
Alexander, Peter 106 , 120 , 127
Allen, Michael J.B. 106
Alleyn, Edward 55-56 , 61
Alpers, Svetlana 87
Aquinas, St Thomas 163
Armin, Robert 165 , 166,199 , 201
Arnold, Matthew 8
Aubrey, John 209-210 , 220

b
Barber, C.L. 51 , 89
Barroll, Leeds 161
Barthes, Roland 23-27
Bentley, G.E. 158
Berger, Thomas L. 18 , 72
Bernal, Martin 17 , 22
Bernhardt, Sarah 132
Bevington, David 7 , 44 , 60
Biblia Polyglotta33 , 34-35
Bibliographical Society (Oxford) 19
bibliography see editing;
New Biblography;
unediting the Renaissance
Bird (or Borne), William 44 , 55
Boas, F.S. 53 , 106
book as material artefact 178-227passim
Boose, Lynda 108
Bowdler, Thomas 8
Bowers, Fredson 3 , 19 , 28 , 30 , 83 , 168 , 181
Boyle, Robert 33
Bradley, A.C. 134 , 146
Bradshaw, John 212
Bridgewater, Earl of 178
Briggs, Asa 3
Browne, Thomas 195-196
Bruno, Giordano 56
Bullock, Christopher 125
Burbage, Richard 149 , 161
Burke, Peter 199

c
Capell, Edward 105 , 128 , 136
Carruthers, Mary 163
Catherine and Petruchio124-125 , 128
Chambers, E.K. 21 , 23 , 70 , 155
Chapman, George 14-15
Charles I of England 123 , 208
Charles II of England 64
Charles V (Holy Roman Emperor) 5 , 58-60
Chartier, Roger 3 , 24 , 37 , 192 , 213
Chaucer, Geoffrey, 12 , 165 , 192
Cobler of Preston125
Coleridge, Samuel Taylor 135
Comedy of Errors (Shakespeare) 21
Copeland, Rita 158
Cotton, Charles 14
Cowden Clark, Charles and Mary 8-9
Cowley, Abraham 204-205 , 214
Craig, Hardin 151
Craik, T.W. 74
Crane, Ralph 77
Crews, Frederick 2
Cymbeline (Shakespeare) 14

d
Daniel, P.A. 70
Dante Alighieri 30 , 163-164
Darbishire, Helen 178
Darnton, Robert 3 , 24
Darwin, Charles 7-8
Day, John 102-103 , 108 , 116 , 126 , 151 , 192
Dibdin, Thomas 28
Dickens, Charles 127 , 129

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Illustrations viii
  • Preface and Acknowledgements ix
  • 1 - Introduction 1
  • 2 - Textual Instability and Ideological Difference 38
  • 3 - Purity and Danger in the Modern Edition 68
  • 4 - The Editor as Tamer 101
  • 5 - Bad Taste and Bad Hamlet 132
  • 6 - John Milton’s Voice 177
  • Notes 228
  • Index 263
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