Shakespeare at the Globe, 1599-1609

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GENERAL INDEX
Above, the, 89-92, 106, 230-231
Acting, effect of sightlines on, 128-129; style of, 214
Adams John C., The Globe Playhouse, 22, 65, 69, 71, 89-90, 92, 94, 101-102, 159, 202, 214, 230
Admiral's men, Lord, 3-6, 9-10, 12-13, 15-18, 20, 95
Admiral-Prince's men, 4
Aeschylus, 47
Albright, V. E., The Shakesperian Stage, 65, 214
Alexander, Peter, Shakespeare Life and Art, xii
Alleyn, Edward, vii, x, 9, 12, 131
Annals of the English Drama (Harbage), xi, xii
Antigone (Sophocles), 31, 59
Arcadian Rhetorike, The (Fraunce), 114-117, 119
Archer, William, 65
Aristotle, Poetics, 29, 31-32, 39, 49, 58
Armin, Robert, 123, 133, 134
Art of Rhetorique, The ( T.Wilson), 114-115, 117, 119
Arte of English Poesie, The (Puttenham), 28-29
As Merry As May Be, 20
Asides, staging of, 162, 183, 186-192
Bacon, Sir Francis, 120, 140-143, 146
Baldwin, Thomas W., The Organization and Personnel of the Shakespearean Company, 22, 128, 133-136; Shakespeare's Five-Act Structure, 26, 29, 40
Barnardo and Fiametta, 7, 11
Barnes, Barnabe, xiii, 82, 164. See also The Devil's Charter
Battle of Alcazar, The (Peele), 147, 176-177, 179
Beaumont, Francis, ix
Beds, use of, 78-79, 82-83, 86, 210
Bentley, Gerald E., ix, 14
Black Book(T. M.'s), xiii
Blackfriars Theatre, vii, ix, x, xii, 13- 14, 21, 24, 71, 94, 133, 210
Blind Beggar of Alexandria, 11
Boas, F. S., xiv
Booth, Edwin, 132
Bourgeois Gentilhomme, Le,112
Boy actors, 134
Bradbrook, Muriel C., Themes and Conventions of Elizabethan Tragedy, 26, 30-31, 51, 58
Bright, Timothy, A Treatise of Melancholie, 139, 143-144
Brown, John R., 111
Brute, 10
Bryan, George, 124
Bulwer, John, Chirologia and Chironomia, 114
Burbage, James, vii-viii, 105, 122
Burbage, Richard, x, 1, 4, 18, 96, 123, 133-134, 136
Cambises, 121, 125, 127
Campbell Lily B., Shakespeare's Tragic Heroes, 139, 141
Campbell, Oscar J., xii
Castiglione, Baldassare, The Courtier, 117
Catastrophe, 26, 39
Cecil, Sir Robert, 18
Certain Small Workes (Daniel), xi
Chairs, use of, 77-78, 83
Chamberlain-King's men, vii, xiii, 4, 22. See also Chamberlain's men, Globe company, and King's men
Chamberlain's men, Lord, viii, xi, xiii, 3-5, 13-14, 18-19, 93, 95, 113, 124, 130. See also Chamberlain-King's

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Acknowledgments v
  • Contents vii
  • Introduction ix
  • Chapter One - The Repertory 1
  • Chapter Two - The Dramaturgy 24
  • Chapter Three - The Stage 63
  • Chapter Four - The Acting 109
  • Chapter Five - The Staging 157
  • Chapter Six - The Style 214
  • Appendix A 217
  • Appendix B 220
  • Appendix C 226
  • Notes 232
  • Index to the Globe Plays 245
  • General Index 248
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