Fancy's Images: Contexts, Settings, and Perspectives in Shakespeare and His Contemporaries

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Index
Works mentioned or discussed in this book (as distinguished from those merely cited in the notes for purposes of documentation) are listed by both author and title with cross-references; anonymous works and those of doubtful authorship appear under their titles only.
Aberle, David F., 185n. 7
Aeneid. See Virgil
Agamemnon. See Seneca
Aglaura. See Suckling, Sir John
Agrippina (mother of Nero), 143, 189n. 28
Alabaster, William
--Roxana Tragaedia, xi, 2
Alexander VI, Pope ( Rodrigo Borgia), 155
Allington, Sir Giles, 189n. 29
All's Well That Ends Well. See Shakespeare, William
Alphonsus, Emperor of Germany, xii, 20, 22-24, 28, 173n. 6; links with Titus Andronicus, 22- 23, 173n. 7
Altick, Richard D., 180n. 16
Amadis de Gaule, 119
Amadis de Grecia, 119
Anatomy of Melancholy, The. See Burton, Robert
Anglican church, 68, 152, 188n. 24
Annals. See Tacitus ( Cornelius Tacitus)
Anne of Austria (niece and queen of Philip II), 155
Antonio and Mellia. See Marston, John
Antonio's Revenge. See Marston, John
Antony and Cleopatra. See Shakespeare, William
Appollonius of Tyre, 142. See also Shakespeare, William, Pericles, Prince of Tyre
Arcadia. See Sidney, Sir Philip
Ariosto, Ludovico, 80
--Suppositi, I, 46, 47
Aristophanes, 143; in Plato's Symposium, 165- 166
Aristotle, 81
Arthur (legendary king of Britain), 80
Arthur, Prince (elder brother of Henry VIII), 154, 156
Ascham, Roger
--Scholemaster, The, 141, 184n. 1
Asconius, 143, 186n. 8
Astrophil and Stella. See Sidney, Sir Philip
As You Like It. See Shakespeare, William
Atheist's Tragedy, The. See Tourneur, Cyril
Aubrey, John
--Brief Lives, 152, 188n. 23
Auden, W. H.
--Sea and the Mirror, The, 43
Augustine, Saint (of Hippo), 129
Bacall, Lauren, 4
Bald, R. C., 176 nn. 1-2
Bandello, Matteo, 141, 184n. 2
Barber, C. L., 94, 97, 181 nn. 3-5, 181n. 27
Barish, Jonas A., 173n. 5
Barnes, Barnabe
--Devil's Charter, The, 142, 155
Barton, Ann (formerly Ann Righter). See Righter, Ann
Barton, John
--Hollow Crown, The, 178n. 3
Basile, Giovanni Battista
--Pentameron, 141, 184n. 2
Beaumont, Francis, xv, 142
--Cupid's Revenge. See Fletcher, John
--King and No King, A. See Fletcher, John
Bedtrick: in Marguerite of Navarre, 157, 159; in Middleton, 159; in Shakespeare, 159
Bembo, Pietro, Cardinal, 125
Benson, Sir Frank, 92
Bergeron, David, 188n. 17
Bestrafte Brudermord, Der (Fratricide Punished), 173n. 11, 175n. 31, 175n. 34
Bethell, S. L., 4, 171n. 3
Bevington, David, xvi, 31, 183n. 2, 184n. 5

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