Shakespeare's Universal Wolf: Studies in Early Modern Reification

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INDEX
Achilles (in Troilus and Cressida) 67-70
Adam (in As You Like It) 186-90, 198
Adams, Howard C.81 n.
Adorno, Theodor20, 39, 43, 87, 101 n., 186, 191 n., 194, 221
see also Frankfurt School, Dialectic of Enlightenment
Africans 114-15, 123, 128 see also Moorishness
Albany (in King Lear) 143-4, 177, 179
Alexander, Peter61 n.
Althusser, Louis43, 45-6, 133 n., 166, 194, 216
Anderson, Perry169 n. anti-humanism 9-14, 49-51, 214-15
Augustine100-1
Bacon, Francis15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 193
Bakhtin, Mikhail190
Barber, C. L.190
Bartels, Emily110 n.
Belsey, Catherine10 n., 24, 214 n.
Benjamin, Walter3-4, 40, 177 n., 191, 195-8
Bethell, S. L.108 n.
Bloch, Ernst191-3, 197 see also utopian
Boileau-Despréaux, Nicolas134
Boose, Lynda E.112 n., 114 n.
Bradley, A. C.97, 99, 118-19, 120 n., 160, 161
Bristol, Michael D.163 n.
Brower, Reuben60-1, 118
Bruster, Douglas31, 35, 61 n., 80 n., 85 n., 87 n., 91 n., 93 n.
Burckhardt, Jacob1, 10-11, 214, 216
Calderwood, James159 n.
capitalism 25, 36, 93, 169, 183, 184-5, 186
carnivalesque 190, 211
Caroll, William C.163 n.
Cartelli, Thomas28 n., 29 n., 63 n., 122 n.
Chambers, E. K.108 n.
Charnes, Linda78 n., 81 n.
Clayton, Thomas145 n.
Cohen, Walter27 n.
Coleridge, S. T.108, 119 n., 162, 209-10
colonialism 111 n., 114-5, 121, 130
commodity and commodity fetishism 31, 35, 41-2, 45, 85-94, 154 see also Marx, Karl and capitalism
containment and subversion 192, 200, 211-12, 215-19
Cordelia (in King Lear) 153, 161-3, 173, 174-8, 180
Corneille, Pierre134
Cowhig, Ruth115 n., 117
Cressida (in Troilus and Cressida) 78-82, 91, 110, 134
cuckoldry 203-8
cultural materialism 8-11, 13, 28, 49, 192, 200 n., 213-19
Danby, John F.62 n., 152, 161-2, 165
de Grazia, Margreta8 n.
desacralization 26-34, 217-18
in As You Like It183, 184-5
in King Lear156-9, 164-5
in Othello96, 125-6
in Troilus and Cressida62-4, 94
Desdemona (in Othello) 95, 96 n., 109, 110, 116-7, 124, 127-8, 131, 132, 133-6
desire
in As You Like It192, 198-212
in King Lear148-56
in Othello126-7
in Troilus and Cressida76-7, 82
Dews, Peter8 n., 10 n., 39 n., 45 n., 48 n., 49
Dialectic of Enlightenment22, 51-2, 67, 68, 92, 95, 101 n., 102, 109, 138, 191, 219-23
differentiation 6-7, 18-20, 55, 110, 157
Dobson, Michael112 n., 115-16
Dollimore, Jonathan10 n., 13, 14 n., 15, 65 n., 74 n., 90 n., 96 n., 105-6, 132 n., 140 n., 157 n., 161 n., 214-15, 217, 218
Don Quixote125-6
Dreyfus, Hubert and Paul Rabinow11 n.
Duke Senior (in As You Like It) 194-8
Dusinberre, Juliet 203 n.

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