Erotic Subjects: The Sexuality of Politics in Early Modern English Literature

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INDEX
1650s, England in, 23–24, 185–187
See also Cromwell, Oliver; republicanism
abjection, 215, 243
See also love; masochism; martyrdom
absolutism, 204
association with Catholicism, 32, 37n23, 83, 112, 149, 163, 201
association with Continent, 6, 12, 122, 146, 150
See also Catholicism; monarchy, limited; political theory, medieval and early modern; royalism; tyranny and tyrants
Achinstein, Sharon, 213n30
AdamsonJ. S. A., 164n66, 165, 167
Adelman, Janet, 110n57
Adolphus, Gustavus, 162, 164, 165–166
Akrigg, G. P.V., 90n11
Alexander, Gavin, 33n7, 33n8, 52n49, 54n53
allegory, 57, 59, 61, 73–74, 82, 235
ambivalence, 7, 133, 219, 221–222
See also love; Petrarchism
Amussen, Susan Dwyer, 27n61
anatomy and medicine, early modern, 71–75, 100
See also pregnancy; sexuality, history of
ancient constitution, 6, 11–17, 32, 94, 107, 240–241
and property rights, 110, 186
See also Commons, House of; counsel; law, early modern; monarchy, limited; parliament; political theory, medieval and early modern; republicanism; resistance
Anderson, Judith, 61n13, 76n49
Andrea, Bernadette, 118n2, 127n29
anger, 123, 138–140
Anne of Denmark, 91, 125
antiquarianism, early modern, 52, 107–108, 110
Aristotle, 120
early modern interpretations of, 15, 57–58
Ethics, 120n10
Poetics, 27n60
Politics, 11, 58n1, 131
Aristotle’s Master Piece, 73–74
Armitage, David, 204, 209n5
Arnold, Oliver, 94n21, 103n36
Arrizabalaga, Jon, 114
ascesis, 34–35
See also martyrdom
Ashton, Robert, 112n15
Atherton, Ian, 164n65
Augustine, St., 12n4, 75n48, 93–94
Aylmer, John, 14–15, 21
Bach, Rebecca Ann, 28n63
Bailey, Rebecca A., 149n19, 169n75, 174n86
Baines, Barbara J., 20n35, 71n39
Baker, David, 62n14, 183n24
Bale, John, 17n24, 112
Bamford, Karen, 20n34, 87
Barber, C.L., 110n57
Barker, Arthur, 215n39
Bashar, Nazife, 88n4
Bastwick, John, 170–173
Bates, Catherine, 34, 44n38
Battigelli, Anna, 193n44
Beaumont, Francis, 170
Beilin, Elaine V., 118n2, 127n29, 128n32, 132n37, 135n41
Belsey Catherine, 94n24, 96n27

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