| Prologue: Making sense ||21|
|1 Permanently moving: Ben Jonson and the design of a lasting performance ||30|
|2 Predominantly still: John Milton and the sacred persuasions of performance ||59|
|3 Theatrically pressed: Pamphletheatre and the performance of a nation ||82|
|4 Decidedly moving: Aphra Behn and the staging of paradoxical pleasures ||106|
|5 Perpetually stilled: Jeremy Collier and John Vanbrugh on bonds, women, and soliloquies ||132|
| Epilogue: Making space ||154|
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Book title: Stillness in Motion in the Seventeenth Century Theatre.
Contributors: P. A. Skantze - Author.
Place of publication: New York.
Publication year: 2003.
Page number: vii.
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