Stillness in Motion in the Seventeenth Century Theatre

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Index
Note: titles of works are usually entered only under the author’s name, unless there is a significant amount of detail: e.g. Epicoene.
a
Achinstein, Sharon 7 , 86 , 89 , 91-2 , 94 , 101 , 175 , 176 , 177 , 179
actor:
and pamphlet 101-5 , 179 ;
and stage directions 110 , 111-12 , 129 , 180
Addison, J. 138 , 159
Agnew, Jean-Christophe 86
aischrologia (cursing) 93
Anderson, Benedict 87 , 176 , 183
anti-masque 48 , 57-8 , 64-5 , 66
Aquinas, St Thomas 81
architecture of theatres 154-7 , 186 ;
innovation 6 , 154 , 155-6 ;
see also stage design
Arendt, H. 159
Areopagitica36 , 44 , 73 , 94 , 96-101passim
Arthur, Jean 185
Arundel, Thomas Howard, Earl of 52-3
Aubrey, John 186
audience:
diversity of 13-14 , 168 ;
“Ladies, The” 134-7 , 139 , 142 , 83-4 ;
perception and reception 7-8 , 13-18 ;
play-going 2 , 3 , 35 , 113 , 133 , 154-5 , 163 ;
see also adjustment under texts;
readers
author’s name and Copyright Act 157-60 , 186

b
Bach, Rebecca Ann 171
Backsheider, P. 183
Bacon, Francis 48-9 , 109 , 162
ballads 56 , 58 , 86
Barber, C.L. 172
Barbour, Richmond 186 ;
and Jonson 32-3 , 34 , 39 , 56 , 167
Barish, Jonas 73 , 135 , 163 , 173
Barroll, Leeds 163 , 170
Barry, Elizabeth 138 , 143 , 185
Bataille, Georges 167
Baxandall, Michael 8
Behn, Aphra 106-31 , 179-83 ;
Amorous Prince, The109 , 181 ;
comparison with Collier 132 , 133-4 ;
comparison with Jonson 106 , 107-8 , 111 ;
comparison with Vanbrugh 141-2 , 146 ;
Dutch Lover, The106 , 107 , 108 , 110 ;
Feigned Courtesans;
or, A Night’s Intrigue, The114 , 121 , 183 ;
Forced Marriage, The109-10 , 121-31 , 134 ;
Lucky Chance, The134 , 135 , 141 , 180 , 185 ;
motion, pedagogy of 4 , 17 , 65 , 112-31 , 180-3 ;
Oroonoko108 , 113-14 ;
prefaces/prologues 106-12 , 134 , 135 , 137 , 179-80 ;
Roundheads;
or, Good Old Cause, The146 , 181 ;
Rover, The114-21 , 124 , 128 , 134 ;
on Shakespeare 109 , 110-11 , 117-78 ;
Sir Patient Fancy121 , 180 , 181 ;
and stage direction 110 , 11-12 , 129 , 180 ;
Young King, The108

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Acknowledgments viii
  • Introduction 1
  • Prologue 21
  • 1 - Permanently Moving 30
  • 2 - Predominantly Still 59
  • 3 - Theatrically Pressed 82
  • 4 - Decidedly Moving 106
  • 5 - Perpetually Stilled 132
  • Epilogue 154
  • Notes 162
  • Bibliography 187
  • Index 202
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