INDEX
To enhance the usefulness of the index, the spelling of proper names is regularized.
Aaron ( Shakespeare's character) and idiosyncrasy 132, 142
ABC with the Cathechism, The50
Abington 400
Accession Day tilts 155
Acheley, Thomas154
Acton, John51
Acton, Joyce (later Lady Lucy) 36
Act to Restrain the Abuses of Players 342-3
Adams, Joseph Quincy418
Addenbrooke, John227
Ad Herennium53
Admiral's Servants 107, 199-200, 202, 207-8, 211, 225, 286, 299
see also Strange's-Admiral's amalgamated troupe; Henry's Servants, Prince
Aeschylus275, 405
Æsop 7, 154, 157, 159
Ainge, George, and family, of Henley Street19
Ainge, John, and family, of Henley Street19
Alcester354
Alcibiades 345
Alexander, Peter423
Alexander VI, Pope139
Allen, Giles266, 268, 271
Alleyn, Edward96, 105, 110, 129, 131, 136, 152-3, 169, 199, 204, 270, 401-2
Alleyn, Joan152, 199
Allott, Robert:
England's Parnassus179
All Saints', Luddington 84
All's Well That Ends Well174, 205, 256, 259, 305, 308-10, 327-8, 368
Alne, river and valley of the 62; Alne hills 13, 19
Anglicans, see Church of England
Anglo-Scottish union 335
Anna, Queen, see Anne, Queen Consort of England
Anne Hathaway's Cottage 75
Anne of Denmark, see Anne, Queen Consort of England
Anne, Queen Consort of England 282, 297, 299, 302-5, 318, 331
Annesley, Cordell337
Anne's Servants, Queen, see Worcester's Servants
Antony and Cleopatra35, 273, 304, 331, 342-5, 368
Apocrypha, the (biblical) 89
Archer, Simon291
Arden(later Hewynsand Stringer), Agnes or Anne (aunt) 14
Arden(formerly Hill, nèe Webbe), Agnes 14, 31
Arden, Forest of, see Forest of Arden
Arden(later Skarlettor Scarlett), Elizabeth (aunt) 14
Arden(later Lambert) Joan (aunt) 13, 39, 135
Arden, Sir John417
Arden(later Edkins), Katherine (aunt) 14
Arden(later Webbe), Margaret (aunt) 13, 16, 383
Arden, Mary, see Shakespeare, Mary
Arden, Robert (Mary's father) 13-15, 21-2, 28, 31, 229, 247, 346
Arden(or Ardern), Thomas (Mary's grandfather) 15, 417
Arden, Walter417

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • List of Illustrations vii
  • Introduction ix
  • A Note on Conventions Used in the Text xvi
  • I - A Stratford Youth 1
  • 1 - Birth 3
  • 2 - Mother, of the Child 11
  • 3 - John Shakespeares Fortunes 25
  • 4 - To Grammar School 43
  • 5 - Opportunity and Need 60
  • 6 - Love and Early Marriage 72
  • II - Actor and Poet of the London Stage 93
  • 7 - To London-- and the Amphitheatre Players 95
  • 8 - Attitudes 120
  • 9 - The City in September 145
  • 10 - A Patron, Poems, and Company Work 169
  • 11 - A Servant of the Lord Chamberlain 196
  • 12 - New Place and the Country 225
  • III - The Maturity of Genius 249
  • 13 - South of Julius Caesar's Tower 251
  • 14 - Hamlet's Questions 274
  • 15 - The King's Servants 295
  • 16 - The Tragic Sublime 318
  • IV - The Last Phase 351
  • 17 - Tales and Tempests 353
  • 18 - A Gentleman's Choices 382
  • The Arden and Shakespeare Families 412
  • A Note on the Shakespeare Biographical Tradition and Sources for His Life 415
  • Notes 425
  • Index 451
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