Shakespeare and the Culture of Christianity in Early Modern England

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INDEX
Adams, Henry Hitch, 415
Adelman, Janet, 248
Aeschylus, 69, 72
Aglionby, Edward, 255n3
Albright, Evelyn May, 116n4
Allegory, 4–5, 6, 9, 10–12, 94, 180–83
Allen, William, 227, 230, 236–38, 242, 247, 251
Antigone, 2, 5
Apelles. See Lucian
Aquinas, Thomas, 207–8, 314–15, 317, 319–20, 337
Arden, Edward, 229
Arden of Faversham, 415–17
Aretino, Pietro, 35
Arundell, Dorothy 205, 215n37
Auden, W. H., 392
Austen, Glyn, 27
Bacon, Francis, 110–11, 114
Bacon, Nicholas, 149–52
Baker, Oliver, 223
Baldwin, T. W., 26, 27–28, 30, 39, 39n1
Bale, John, 147
Bancroft, Richard, 146, 156n6, 215n43
Barish, Jonas, 138n5, 289–90, 292, 305nn10, 11, 352
Barnes, Paulinus, 232
Barroll, J. Leeds, 215n42
Barton, Anne, 352
Battenhouse, Roy, 234, 284n9
Baxter, Richard, 420
Beauregard, David N., 361n12–13, 362n18, 377–78
Beale, Robert, 109
Bede, 141–42
Bell, Thomas, 339
Bellarmine, Robert, 202
Belsey, Catherine, 415
Belson, Thomas, 83, 86, 91
Benjamin, Walter, 15, 266–67, 270, 275, 281–82, 283n6, 284n8
Berkeley, David S., 346, 360n8
Bernard, Richard, 300–301
Berthold, Dennis, 359n5
Bevington, David, 16, 55, 100n2, 312, 332n2, 342, 346
Birch, W. J., 234
Boccaccio, Giovanni, 313, 322
de Boisisse (ambassador), 114
Bolton, R., 306n27
Book of Common Prayer, 122–23, 127, 135–37, 168
Borromeo, Charles, 226
Bossy, John, 288
Bovet Richard, 175n16
Bowden, Wiliam, 354
Bradbrook, M. C, 361n15
Bradley, A. C, 428, 431n6
Bristow, Richard, 252, 254
Brooks, Douglas, 416
Brooks, Harold, 58, 61
Brown, John Russell, 185
Brown, Robert, 307n31
Brown, Theo, 237

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