Shakespeare and Donne: Generic Hybrids and the Cultural Imaginary

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Index
Abraham, Lyndy, 223n5, 2291n42, 230n43
Act of Uniformity, 85
Activity, 142–44
Affection, 190–91, 194, 196–98, 200, 202–4, 214, 269n44
Afterlife, 68–69, 72
Agamben, Giorgio, 3, 187, 270n49
Aitchison, Jean, 273n60
Alan of Lille, The Plaint of Nature, 143–44
Alchemy, 24, 223n5 229n42, 230n43, 233n62
Alleyn, Edward, 1
Ambiguity, 149–51, 163–64, 251n9
Anatanaclasis, 155, 158–60
Anderson, Judith H., 12–14, 165, 227n27, 249n3, 254n33
Apostasy, 2
Appearances, deceptiveness of, 49–55
Aristotelian tradition, 13, 180, 181, 186–87, 197, 200, 205, 259n7, 263n19, 266n29, 266n30, 270n49
Aristotle, 3, 62, 191–92, 196, 199, 259n5, 265n29, 270n49
Asexual reproduction, 73–75, 77–80
Aspect seeing, 152–55, 157, 252n13
Astington, John, 89–90
Atlases, 115
Attridge, Derek, II, 149, 251n9
Audience, 7–8; addressed by theatrical/ poetic works, 31–37; at court, 89–90; engagement of, 87–110; integral vs. accidental, 105; and life/death matters, 31–37; metaperformative experiences of, 103–5, 244n26; performers and characters in relation to, 95–97, 244n26; at plays, 87, 89; presence and mediality in the theater, 97–100; at sermons, 87–89; and sites of death, 26; skepticism and, 183; speaker’s relationship to, 90–94; voices and perspectives experienced by, 100–3
Augustine, Saint, 207
Austin, John L., 97, 174, 241n3
Autoeroticism, 72–81, 240n18
Averroës, 205
Avicenna, 205
Barthes, Roland, 208
Bates, Catherine, 11, 150–51, 250n4
Bauer, Matthias, 4–5
Bayer, Johann, Uranometria, 115
Beaumont, Francis, The Knight of the Burning Pestle (with John Fletcher), 32
Bedford, Countess of, 28–29
Bednarz, James P., 182
Behn, Aphra, The Emperor of the Moon, 111
Belsey, Catherine, 107–8, 262n16
Berlant, Lauren, 255n9
Bethell, S. L., 102

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