Mapping Male Sexuality: Nineteenth-Century England

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Index
Acton, William, 203
Adams, James Eli, 8, 221, 227, 263
Aesthetic Movement, 19, 233–34, 237– 38, 240, 247, 257
aestheticism: characteristics, 235–37; idealism, 163–64, 252, 257–58, 306; parody, 239–40 rhetoric, 146–47, 260, 305, 309; satire, 147, 233–34, 328; sympathy for, 238
Allen, Gay Wilson, 281
Apuleius, Lucius, 258–59
Ariosto, Lodovico, 91, 218–19
Arnold, Matthew, 10, 265
Auerbach, Nina, 198, 210
Augustine, Saint, 261
Austen, Jane, 157
Bailey, J. O., 341 n.60
Barham, Richard Harris, 145, 168–69
Barnes, Barry, 338n.1
Bardies, Roland, 322n.76
Beckford, William, 10, 14, 17, 74–75, 104, 114, 145–51, 153, 162–66
Beer, Gillian, 181
Begnal, Michael, 210
Bennett, William, 179
Benson, Arthur, 266 n.7, 269n.34
Benson, Carole, 105
Benson, Nancy, 94
Bentley, Eric, 341 n.69
Bishop, Henry, 277
Bloom, Harold, 94
Boethius, 106
Bohstedt, John, 45n.9
Booth, Alan, 40
Born, Daniel, 193
Boswell, John, 116n.18
Boulton, Edward, 246
Bourget, Paul, 326
Boyarin, Daniel, 151–52, 171
Brake, Laurel, 260, 269n.34
Bray, Alan, 146
Briggs, Julia, 207
Bristow, Joseph, 9, 282
Brontë, Charlotte, 180
Bruhm, Steven, 23n.12, 66n.16
Buckton, Oliver, 216, 223
Burke, Edmund, 163
Burroughs, John, 280
Butler, Judith, 16, 94
Butler, Marilyn, 52
Byron, George Gordon, Lord, 10, 12, 15–16, 69–87, 91–115, 128, 157, 161, 165
Calhoun, Craig, 38–39, 48n.56
Cameron, Sharon, 300
Carlyle, Thomas, 12, 185–87, 189–91, 193
Carpenter, Edward, 19, 21, 277–96
Cartledge, Paul, 252
Castle, Terry, 113
Catholic Emancipation (1829), 152
Catullus, Gaius Valerius, 60–62
celibacy, 222–23, 225–29, 328–29
Chatterton, Thomas, 127, 131
Chauncey, George, 284–86, 289, 294
Childers, Joseph, 156
Christensen, Jerome, 76, 93, 110, 116n.26, 117n.29, 121n.130
Church, R. W., 221–22
Clarke, George, 150, 164–65
Clement, Catherine, 194
Cleveland Street scandal, 21, 239, 252, 265
Coleridge, Samuel Taylor, 114, 153
confession, 16, 80, 85–86, 103, 149, 254, 257–58, 261, 264–65
Contagious Diseases Acts, 9
Corber, Robert, 7, 49
Courtenay, William, 148, 150, 164

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