Scholars and Gentlemen: Shakespearian Textual Criticism and Representations of Scholarly Labour, 1725-1765

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Index
Académie française49, 132
Warburton attacks 84-5
academies, see language reform Accademia della Crusca 49, 132
accidence:
Johnson corrects Sh.'s 178
Malone corrects Sh.'s 187
Pope corrects Sh.'s 60-1
Theobald objects to Sh.'s 70-1
'accidentals' and 'substantives' 4-5
act and scene divisions 167-8
Addison, Joseph28, 67
Dialogues upon the Usefulness of Ancient Medals45
plans English dictionary 49
Spectator, no. 470 45
actors, see players
actors' parts:
as source of copy for early printed texts of Sh. 93
Adorno, Theodor W.15
Aesop:
Alsop's edition of 27
Aldrich, Henry, Dean of Christ Church 23
Alleyn, Edward72
Alsop, Anthony:
edition of Aesop 27
helps to attack Bentley 21 n.
amateurs:
excessive concern for smooth metre of 117
make poor writers in Johnson's opinion 139
tend to bibliographical indolence 117
tendency to banalize distinctive Shakespearianisms 117-18
unsuitable as editors 77-87, 110, 117- 19
unsuitable as scholars 140-3
anachronisms:
in Sh. charged to players 53
Johnson resists charging to players 169
analogical conformity:
Johnson rejects reduction of English to 130
Milton's 'zeal' for 145
Anglicanism:
interest of in minute scholarship 39-41
responds to Simon's Biblical scholarship 34-9
annotation:
Pope's aesthetic of 67
anti-eclecticism, see textual bibliography Anti-Scriblerus Histrionicus, see 'stroling Player', the
arbitrary government:
pedants collude with 85-7
textual critics compared with 37
Arbuthnot, John39
archaisms:
defended by Fortescue-Aland 43
defended by professed scholars 13
Johnson restores 175-6
and lexicography 69-71, 103
Pope removes 60
regarded as textual corruptions 12
Theobald restores 65-71, 103-4
Arianism 36
Aristarchus, see Bentley
Ariosto, Lodovico:
printed text of Elizabethan translation of 16
Aristotle53, 81
Atterbury, Francis12, 24, 42
helps to attack Bentley 21 n.
Short Review of Phalaris controversy 23, 25
audiences:
Elizabethan, as low 52
author:
as autonomous subject 9
authorities:
Johnson's use of in Dictionary 129-58
need for in lexicography 48-9, 51, 129-58
authority, bibliographical, see textual bibliography
Bacon, Francis10
as authority in Johnson's Dictionary 134-5, 148
'Bad' Quartos 4
Bailey, Nathan136

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